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Tanzania: Health Ministry Boosts Efforts to Screen Ebola At Airports

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania has enhanced its preparedness for detecting and managing imported cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) via airports.

Nigeria: All Progressives Congress Will Rule Nigeria Beyond 2023 - Oshiomhole

[Vanguard] The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Adams Oshiomhole, has boasted that the ruling party will rule Nigeria beyond 2023.
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Nigeria: All Progressives Congress Will Rule Nigeria Beyond 2023 - Oshiomhole

[Vanguard] The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Adams Oshiomhole, has boasted that the ruling party will rule Nigeria beyond 2023.

Tanzania: China to Post Dar es Salaam Tourist Attraction Sites Online

[Daily News] A TEAM of 12 Chinese tourism experts and Online Content Creators are in the country to help market local tourism in their country.
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Tanzania: China to Post Dar es Salaam Tourist Attraction Sites Online

[Daily News] A TEAM of 12 Chinese tourism experts and Online Content Creators are in the country to help market local tourism in their country.

Rwanda: Urban Refugees to Get Health Insurance

[New Times] Refugees who don't live in camps will, beginning September this year, get access to health insurance coverage, the Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) has said.
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Rwanda: Urban Refugees to Get Health Insurance

[New Times] Refugees who don't live in camps will, beginning September this year, get access to health insurance coverage, the Ministry of Emergency Management (MINEMA) has said.

Rwanda: Study Commissioned to Establish Level of Delinquency in Rwanda

[New Times] The National Rehabilitation Service (NRS) has launched a nationwide survey that seeks to determine the magnitude of delinquency in Rwanda, its root causes as well as possible solutions.
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Rwanda: Study Commissioned to Establish Level of Delinquency in Rwanda

[New Times] The National Rehabilitation Service (NRS) has launched a nationwide survey that seeks to determine the magnitude of delinquency in Rwanda, its root causes as well as possible solutions.

Rwanda: 1200 Troops From 26 Countries Pay Homage to Genocide Victims

[New Times] Over 1200 officers attending the ongoing military drills dubbed Shared Accord, Combat Training Centre, Gabiro, on Friday visited Kigali Genocide Memorial to pay homage to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
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Rwanda: 1200 Troops From 26 Countries Pay Homage to Genocide Victims

[New Times] Over 1200 officers attending the ongoing military drills dubbed Shared Accord, Combat Training Centre, Gabiro, on Friday visited Kigali Genocide Memorial to pay homage to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

Zambia: What Govt Should Do to Clean Up Poisonous Soil, Dust in Kabwe

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -Thousands of children in Kabwe are developing lead poisoning because of growing up in contaminated neighborhoods due to exposure around a former lead and zinc mine. Twenty-five years after the mine's closure, children living in nearb
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Zambia: What Govt Should Do to Clean Up Poisonous Soil, Dust in Kabwe

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -Thousands of children in Kabwe are developing lead poisoning because of growing up in contaminated neighborhoods due to exposure around a former lead and zinc mine. Twenty-five years after the mine's closure, children living in nearby townships continue to be exposed to high levels of toxic lead in soil and dust in their homes, backyards, schools, play areas, and other public spaces.

East Africa: Two Days After Burying Hatchet, Rwanda and Uganda at it Again

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The soured diplomatic relations between Uganda and Rwanda have now sucked in media houses - with each country blocking what they regard as the other government's mouthpiece media houses, The Observer reports.
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East Africa: Two Days After Burying Hatchet, Rwanda and Uganda at it Again

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The soured diplomatic relations between Uganda and Rwanda have now sucked in media houses - with each country blocking what they regard as the other government's mouthpiece media houses, The Observer reports.

South Africa: The Apartheid Flag - 'Divisive Symbol of Oppression'

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The old South African flag which was outlawed by a court judgement this week was adopted two decades before the formal policy of apartheid was enforced. But the elements which go to make it up are embedded in centuries of colonial and s
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South Africa: The Apartheid Flag - 'Divisive Symbol of Oppression'

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The old South African flag which was outlawed by a court judgement this week was adopted two decades before the formal policy of apartheid was enforced. But the elements which go to make it up are embedded in centuries of colonial and settler oppression.

Cameroon: World Humanitarian Day - UN Opens Office in Buea

[Cameroon Tribune] Inaugurated by the UN Coordinator in Cameroon, the office will pilot humanitarian activities in the North West and South West Region.
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Cameroon: World Humanitarian Day - UN Opens Office in Buea

[Cameroon Tribune] Inaugurated by the UN Coordinator in Cameroon, the office will pilot humanitarian activities in the North West and South West Region.

Africa: East Africa's Forgotten Slave Trade

[Deutsche Welle] Over several centuries countless East Africans were sold as slaves by Muslim Arabs to the Middle East and other places via the Sahara desert and Indian Ocean. Experts say it is time for this to be discussed more openly.
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Africa: East Africa's Forgotten Slave Trade

[Deutsche Welle] Over several centuries countless East Africans were sold as slaves by Muslim Arabs to the Middle East and other places via the Sahara desert and Indian Ocean. Experts say it is time for this to be discussed more openly.

Algeria: Stampede At Rap Concert Leaves Five Dead - Reports

[allAfrica] Cape Town -At least five people were killed in a stampede at a rap concert in the Algerian capital on Thursday night, a hospital source has told Reuters.
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Algeria: Stampede At Rap Concert Leaves Five Dead - Reports

[allAfrica] Cape Town -At least five people were killed in a stampede at a rap concert in the Algerian capital on Thursday night, a hospital source has told Reuters.

Africa: How Stunting Robs Economies of Potential Development

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -According to the World Health Organisation's Global Nutrition Targets 2025 report, the global prevalence of childhood stunting and the total number of stunted children less than 5 years of age are decreasing. Between 2000 and 2016, s
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Africa: How Stunting Robs Economies of Potential Development

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -According to the World Health Organisation's Global Nutrition Targets 2025 report, the global prevalence of childhood stunting and the total number of stunted children less than 5 years of age are decreasing. Between 2000 and 2016, stunting prevalence declined from 32.7% to 22.9% and the number declined from 198.4 million to 154.8 million. The number of stunted children in Africa increased from 50.4 million to 59 million between 2000 and 2016.

South Africa: Old Mutual's Peter Moyo Fired a Second Time

[allAfrica] Cape Town -In response to a Old Mutual shareholder request for the board to finalize matters with CEO Peter Moyo, the insurer has fired him for the second time.
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South Africa: Old Mutual's Peter Moyo Fired a Second Time

[allAfrica] Cape Town -In response to a Old Mutual shareholder request for the board to finalize matters with CEO Peter Moyo, the insurer has fired him for the second time.

South Africa: Will IMF Bailout Rumours Kickstart Economic Reforms?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -There seems to be a growing consensus that South Africa is heading for an International Monetary Fund bailout as the country's state-owned enterprises and weak finances project a poor economic outlook, something the National Treasury ac
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South Africa: Will IMF Bailout Rumours Kickstart Economic Reforms?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -There seems to be a growing consensus that South Africa is heading for an International Monetary Fund bailout as the country's state-owned enterprises and weak finances project a poor economic outlook, something the National Treasury acknowledged and assured the government would address.

Zimbabwe: Comedian Gonyeti Abducted, Later Found Beaten And Bruised - Reports

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The popular comedian, Samantha Kureya, best known as Gonyeti, was reportedly taken from her home on Wednesday night by armed gunmen.
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Zimbabwe: Comedian Gonyeti Abducted, Later Found Beaten And Bruised - Reports

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The popular comedian, Samantha Kureya, best known as Gonyeti, was reportedly taken from her home on Wednesday night by armed gunmen.

South Sudan: More Black Gold Struck - 300 Million Barrels, and Counting

[allAfrica] Cape Town -300 million barrels of recoverable oil has been discovered in South Sudan's northeastern Upper Nile state, by a consortium comprising the Dar Petroleum Operating Company (DOPC), which includes China National Petroleum Corporation, Petro
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South Sudan: More Black Gold Struck - 300 Million Barrels, and Counting

[allAfrica] Cape Town -300 million barrels of recoverable oil has been discovered in South Sudan's northeastern Upper Nile state, by a consortium comprising the Dar Petroleum Operating Company (DOPC), which includes China National Petroleum Corporation, Petronas, Nilepet, Sinopec and Tri-Ocean Energy, according to the African Energy Chamber.

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa, EU Envoy in 'Harsh' Human Rights Row

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa and European Union (EU) Head of Delegation, Timo Olkonnen were on Wednesday involved in a harsh public exchange of words over the human rights situation in the country.
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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa, EU Envoy in 'Harsh' Human Rights Row

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa and European Union (EU) Head of Delegation, Timo Olkonnen were on Wednesday involved in a harsh public exchange of words over the human rights situation in the country.

Somalia: Kismayu in Lockdown Ahead of Elections

[Nation] Somalia's state of Jubbaland on Tuesday evening shut down its main airport in Kismayu, ahead of the scheduled local presidential elections due Thursday.
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Somalia: Kismayu in Lockdown Ahead of Elections

[Nation] Somalia's state of Jubbaland on Tuesday evening shut down its main airport in Kismayu, ahead of the scheduled local presidential elections due Thursday.

Congo-Kinshasa: How Outbreaks Like Ebola Extract Huge Social and Economic Costs

[The Conversation Africa] Epidemics, or infectious disease outbreaks, are invariably disruptive and tend to have far-reaching effects on individuals and communities. Humanity has endured a myriad of epidemics, some of which have wiped out entire communities.
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Congo-Kinshasa: How Outbreaks Like Ebola Extract Huge Social and Economic Costs

[The Conversation Africa] Epidemics, or infectious disease outbreaks, are invariably disruptive and tend to have far-reaching effects on individuals and communities. Humanity has endured a myriad of epidemics, some of which have wiped out entire communities.

Nigeria: Atiku Vs Buhari - Tribunal Reserves Judgment

[Premium Times] The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on Wednesday reserved judgment in the petition filed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Atiku Abubakar against the declaration of President Muhammadu Buhari as the winner of the 2019 president
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Nigeria: Atiku Vs Buhari - Tribunal Reserves Judgment

[Premium Times] The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on Wednesday reserved judgment in the petition filed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Atiku Abubakar against the declaration of President Muhammadu Buhari as the winner of the 2019 presidential election.

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa and EU Envoy in Verbal Exchange

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa and European Union (EU) Head of Delegation, Timo Olkonnen were on Wednesday involved in a harsh public exchange of words over the human rights situation in the country.
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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa and EU Envoy in Verbal Exchange

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa and European Union (EU) Head of Delegation, Timo Olkonnen were on Wednesday involved in a harsh public exchange of words over the human rights situation in the country.

South Africa: Ndlovu Youth Choir Through to the Semi-Finals of America's Got Talent!

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The Ndlovu Youth Choir have wowed the world with another stunning performance. They performed a stunning rendition of rock band U2's Beautiful Day.
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South Africa: Ndlovu Youth Choir Through to the Semi-Finals of America's Got Talent!

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The Ndlovu Youth Choir have wowed the world with another stunning performance. They performed a stunning rendition of rock band U2's Beautiful Day.

Rwanda: Rwanda, Uganda Sign MoU to Resolve Stand-Off

[New Times] Rwanda and Uganda have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with both countries committing to resolving the ongoing stand-off that has worsened in the past few months.
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Rwanda: Rwanda, Uganda Sign MoU to Resolve Stand-Off

[New Times] Rwanda and Uganda have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with both countries committing to resolving the ongoing stand-off that has worsened in the past few months.

Zimbabwe: Teachers to Wear Black Every Pay Day to Mourn Death of 'Our Salaries'

[New Zimbabwe] Firebrand teachers group, Amalgamated Rural Teachers' Unions of Zimbabwe ARTUZ, famed for embarking on a 275km march to press for improved wages, on Tuesday said they were now turning to wearing black during paydays to protest poor salaries.
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Zimbabwe: Teachers to Wear Black Every Pay Day to Mourn Death of 'Our Salaries'

[New Zimbabwe] Firebrand teachers group, Amalgamated Rural Teachers' Unions of Zimbabwe ARTUZ, famed for embarking on a 275km march to press for improved wages, on Tuesday said they were now turning to wearing black during paydays to protest poor salaries.

South Africa: Gratuitous Display of Apartheid Flag is Hate Speech - Equality Court

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The Equality Court has ruled that gratuitous display of the flag used during the apartheid era constitutes hate speech and incites hatred against black people in terms of the Equality Act, Eyewitness News writes.
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South Africa: Gratuitous Display of Apartheid Flag is Hate Speech - Equality Court

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The Equality Court has ruled that gratuitous display of the flag used during the apartheid era constitutes hate speech and incites hatred against black people in terms of the Equality Act, Eyewitness News writes.

Angola: National Carrier Inaugurates Luanda/Lagos Route

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan Airlines (TAAG) will be flying to Lagos, Nigeria, as from October this year, in the framework of its intended strengthened presence and expansion in Africa, said on Monday the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Rui Carreira.
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Angola: National Carrier Inaugurates Luanda/Lagos Route

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan Airlines (TAAG) will be flying to Lagos, Nigeria, as from October this year, in the framework of its intended strengthened presence and expansion in Africa, said on Monday the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Rui Carreira.

Congo-Kinshasa: Glencore's Closure of Cobalt Mine 'Could Backfire'

[Deutsche Welle] Plummeting cobalt prices have been blamed for the closure of the giant Mutanda mine, but other factors are at play. Owner Glencore is struggling to get the DRC's new president to overturn a 50% super-profits tax.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Glencore's Closure of Cobalt Mine 'Could Backfire'

[Deutsche Welle] Plummeting cobalt prices have been blamed for the closure of the giant Mutanda mine, but other factors are at play. Owner Glencore is struggling to get the DRC's new president to overturn a 50% super-profits tax.

Rwanda: Revenue From Gorilla Tourism Grows By 25%

[New Times] Revenue from Gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park grew by 25 per cent in 2018 to $19.2M from the previous year, latest Rwanda Development Board data indicates.
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Rwanda: Revenue From Gorilla Tourism Grows By 25%

[New Times] Revenue from Gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park grew by 25 per cent in 2018 to $19.2M from the previous year, latest Rwanda Development Board data indicates.

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