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Nigeria: Despite Beautiful Development Roadmaps, Nigeria Wallows in Poverty

[Dataphyte] Abuja -Nigeria's economy bears semblance to the story of a boy who chose to be clothed in rags despite his enormous retinue of beautiful, carefully-tailored, and properly-fitted clothes. Since independence, Nigeria has had a series of properly tho

Africa: COVID-19 Vaccine Trial in South Africa - Everything You Need to Know

[The Conversation Africa] There isn't enough clinical research being done in Africa. Less than 2.5% of all clinical trials in the world are done on the continent. This is why South Africa's involvement in one of the COVID-19 vaccine trials is so important. Th
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Africa: COVID-19 Vaccine Trial in South Africa - Everything You Need to Know

[The Conversation Africa] There isn't enough clinical research being done in Africa. Less than 2.5% of all clinical trials in the world are done on the continent. This is why South Africa's involvement in one of the COVID-19 vaccine trials is so important. The country's effort is being led by Professor Shabir Madhi. The Conversation Africa's health and medicine editor Ina Skosana spoke to him about the process, and what can be expected. This is an edited version of a podcast, which you can listen to here.

Cote d'Ivoire: Prime Minister Coulibaly Dies Suddenly

[DW] The prime minister was expected to lead the party in October's presidential election. President Alassane Ouattara said the country was in mourning.
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Cote d'Ivoire: Prime Minister Coulibaly Dies Suddenly

[DW] The prime minister was expected to lead the party in October's presidential election. President Alassane Ouattara said the country was in mourning.

Rwanda: Justice Minister Vows to Crack Down on Corrupt Officials

[New Times] The Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye, has said that no one will be spared in the quest for accountability.
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Rwanda: Justice Minister Vows to Crack Down on Corrupt Officials

[New Times] The Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye, has said that no one will be spared in the quest for accountability.

Sudan: Why Protesters Are Fed Up With Sudan's Tricky Transition

[The Conversation Africa] In the last few days, tens of thousands of people have, once again, taken to the streets of Sudan's major cities to demand «freedom, peace and justice», the rallying cry for the protesters who ousted Omar al-Bashir in 201
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Sudan: Why Protesters Are Fed Up With Sudan's Tricky Transition

[The Conversation Africa] In the last few days, tens of thousands of people have, once again, taken to the streets of Sudan's major cities to demand «freedom, peace and justice», the rallying cry for the protesters who ousted Omar al-Bashir in 2019.

Africa: WHO Acknowledges 'Emerging Evidence' of COVID-19 Being Airborne

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The World Health Organisation has responded to an open letter by a group of scientists urging the WHO to address the possibility of COVID-19 virus being airborne.
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Africa: WHO Acknowledges 'Emerging Evidence' of COVID-19 Being Airborne

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The World Health Organisation has responded to an open letter by a group of scientists urging the WHO to address the possibility of COVID-19 virus being airborne.

Africa: Remembering Jennifer Davis - Celebration on Saturday (July 11)

[allAfrica] Please join Jennifer Davis's family, friends and comrades for an online celebration of her extraordinary life.
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Africa: Remembering Jennifer Davis - Celebration on Saturday (July 11)

[allAfrica] Please join Jennifer Davis's family, friends and comrades for an online celebration of her extraordinary life.

Cameroon: Military Refuses to Hand Over Body of Journalist

[VOA] Cameroonian rights and press groups are alleging a military cover-up in the death of journalist Samuel Wazizi, after the military on Monday refused to hand over his body to the family.  Cameroon's military in June admitted Wazizi had died at a milita
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Cameroon: Military Refuses to Hand Over Body of Journalist

[VOA] Cameroonian rights and press groups are alleging a military cover-up in the death of journalist Samuel Wazizi, after the military on Monday refused to hand over his body to the family.  Cameroon's military in June admitted Wazizi had died at a military hospital in August last year after months of silence on his whereabouts or condition.  Supporters of Wazizi, who was arrested for allegedly collaborating with anglophone rebels, have accused the military of torturing him to death -- a char

Congo-Kinshasa: Attacks by ADF Armed Group May Amount to Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes

[UN] Geneva/Kinshasa -- The armed group known as Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) has intensified its attacks against civilians in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the last 18 months, expanding its actions beyond areas in whi
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Congo-Kinshasa: Attacks by ADF Armed Group May Amount to Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes

[UN] Geneva/Kinshasa -- The armed group known as Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) has intensified its attacks against civilians in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the last 18 months, expanding its actions beyond areas in which it previously operated. These attacks, which have left more than 1,000 people dead and dozens of others injured, may amount to crimes against humanity and war crimes, according to a UN investigation.

Congo-Kinshasa: DRC: Attacks by ADF Armed Group May Amount to Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes

[UN] Geneva/Kinshasa -- The armed group known as Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) has intensified its attacks against civilians in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the last 18 months, expanding its actions beyond areas in whi
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Congo-Kinshasa: DRC: Attacks by ADF Armed Group May Amount to Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes

[UN] Geneva/Kinshasa -- The armed group known as Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) has intensified its attacks against civilians in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the last 18 months, expanding its actions beyond areas in which it previously operated. These attacks, which have left more than 1,000 people dead and dozens of others injured, may amount to crimes against humanity and war crimes, according to a UN investigation.

Africa: UN Security Council Calls for 90 Days Ceasefire in Conflict Zones

[East African] The United Nations Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution demanding an immediate 90 days' cessation of hostilities in conflict zones around the world due to the impact of the novel coronavirus.
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Africa: UN Security Council Calls for 90 Days Ceasefire in Conflict Zones

[East African] The United Nations Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution demanding an immediate 90 days' cessation of hostilities in conflict zones around the world due to the impact of the novel coronavirus.

Nigeria: Buhari Suspends Corruption Commission Boss Magu

[Leadership] President Muhammadu Buhari has suspended Ibrahim Magu as Acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) by President Muhammadu Buhari, LEADERSHIP reports.
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Nigeria: Buhari Suspends Corruption Commission Boss Magu

[Leadership] President Muhammadu Buhari has suspended Ibrahim Magu as Acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) by President Muhammadu Buhari, LEADERSHIP reports.

South Africa: Companies Sell Unnecessary 'Deep Cleans' With Exaggerated Claims

[GroundUp] Many companies are exploiting ignorance and fear and selling Covid-19 cleaning solutions that are unnecessary and expensive. Regular cleaning with household products is sufficient. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks
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South Africa: Companies Sell Unnecessary 'Deep Cleans' With Exaggerated Claims

[GroundUp] Many companies are exploiting ignorance and fear and selling Covid-19 cleaning solutions that are unnecessary and expensive. Regular cleaning with household products is sufficient. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks

West Africa: How to Step Up the Fight Against Boko Haram

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The joint military force comprising soldiers from Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria which is fighting Boko Haram insurgents has won ground but more needs to be done to make it fully effective, says a newly-released 40-page report fro
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West Africa: How to Step Up the Fight Against Boko Haram

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The joint military force comprising soldiers from Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria which is fighting Boko Haram insurgents has won ground but more needs to be done to make it fully effective, says a newly-released 40-page report from the International Crisis Group.

Gambia: Will Gambia's Transition Stay On Course as Justice Minister Quits?

[JusticeInfo.net] Abubakarr Tambadou, Gambia's Minister of Justice, resigned on June 25 to join a United Nations international tribunal. Tambadou has been a driving force behind the transitional justice process in his country and its strongest advocate, inclu
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Gambia: Will Gambia's Transition Stay On Course as Justice Minister Quits?

[JusticeInfo.net] Abubakarr Tambadou, Gambia's Minister of Justice, resigned on June 25 to join a United Nations international tribunal. Tambadou has been a driving force behind the transitional justice process in his country and its strongest advocate, including on the international stage. Some already worry that his departure may weaken institutions like the Truth Commission. And wonder about the credentials of his successor.

Uganda: More People Show Up Seeking to Take Reins of Power From Museveni

[East African] The number of presidential aspirants for Uganda's 2021 election continues to grow despite concerns about the Electoral Commission's plan for virtual campaigns.
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Uganda: More People Show Up Seeking to Take Reins of Power From Museveni

[East African] The number of presidential aspirants for Uganda's 2021 election continues to grow despite concerns about the Electoral Commission's plan for virtual campaigns.

Rwanda: Former Prime Minister Habumuremyi Arrested

[New Times] Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has confirmed the arrest of former Prime Minister Pierre-Damien Habumuremyi over issuing bounced cheques and breach of trust.
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Rwanda: Former Prime Minister Habumuremyi Arrested

[New Times] Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has confirmed the arrest of former Prime Minister Pierre-Damien Habumuremyi over issuing bounced cheques and breach of trust.

Ethiopia: At Least 150 Killed in Clashes Following Death of Outspoken Singer

[VOA] At least 150 people have been killed in the Oromia region of Ethiopia as riots following the killing of a popular singer continue.
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Ethiopia: At Least 150 Killed in Clashes Following Death of Outspoken Singer

[VOA] At least 150 people have been killed in the Oromia region of Ethiopia as riots following the killing of a popular singer continue.

Africa: COVID-19 Cases Across Continent Surpass 476,600 Mark, With 11,364 Deaths

[allAfrica] As of July 6, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 476,637.
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Africa: COVID-19 Cases Across Continent Surpass 476,600 Mark, With 11,364 Deaths

[allAfrica] As of July 6, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 476,637.

Zimbabwe: Women in Mining Communities Fail to Access Contraceptives Due to Lockdown Restrictions

[New Zimbabwe] MOST women living in remote mining areas are failing to access contraceptives due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, which have limited members of the public's travel.
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Zimbabwe: Women in Mining Communities Fail to Access Contraceptives Due to Lockdown Restrictions

[New Zimbabwe] MOST women living in remote mining areas are failing to access contraceptives due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, which have limited members of the public's travel.

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Awaits Its Economy to Shift to Blockchain Technology.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Zimbabwe is an underdeveloped country that is suffering from the last few years due to the destructive condition of its economy. If we take a brief review of the last few years of the Zimbabwean economy then it can be seen that the main so
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Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Awaits Its Economy to Shift to Blockchain Technology.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Zimbabwe is an underdeveloped country that is suffering from the last few years due to the destructive condition of its economy. If we take a brief review of the last few years of the Zimbabwean economy then it can be seen that the main source of income of the country is its agricultural output which is also has decreased by 51%.

Africa: 15,263 New Confirmed COVID-19 Infections Across Continent Amid Record Rise in Global Cases

[allAfrica] As of July 5, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 463,102.
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Africa: 15,263 New Confirmed COVID-19 Infections Across Continent Amid Record Rise in Global Cases

[allAfrica] As of July 5, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 463,102.

East Africa: EAC MPs Miss Salaries in Cash Crunch, As Burundi and South Sudan Face Expulsion

[East African] Employees of the East African Legislative Assembly are yet to get their June salaries, while members of parliament have gone three months without their full pay as the cash-strapped institution scrambles to put together its 2021 annual budget w
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East Africa: EAC MPs Miss Salaries in Cash Crunch, As Burundi and South Sudan Face Expulsion

[East African] Employees of the East African Legislative Assembly are yet to get their June salaries, while members of parliament have gone three months without their full pay as the cash-strapped institution scrambles to put together its 2021 annual budget whose deadline passed last week.

Rwanda: Why COVID-19 Numbers Earned Rwanda Slot On EU's 'Safe' List

[East African] Burundi's new President Evariste Ndayishimiye has got good political instincts, after all. He has declared that Covid-19 is the country's «biggest enemy». It was a huge change from his predecessor Pierre Nkurunziza, who died suddenl
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Rwanda: Why COVID-19 Numbers Earned Rwanda Slot On EU's 'Safe' List

[East African] Burundi's new President Evariste Ndayishimiye has got good political instincts, after all. He has declared that Covid-19 is the country's «biggest enemy». It was a huge change from his predecessor Pierre Nkurunziza, who died suddenly last month weeks before he was due to step down.

Ethiopia: New Unrest Plagues Nation's Rocky Transition

[ICG] The killing of a prominent Oromo musician has unleashed a wave of protests that have left dozens dead, highlighting anew the fragility of the country's transition. Authorities and opposition leaders should call for calm and engage in sustained dialogue
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Ethiopia: New Unrest Plagues Nation's Rocky Transition

[ICG] The killing of a prominent Oromo musician has unleashed a wave of protests that have left dozens dead, highlighting anew the fragility of the country's transition. Authorities and opposition leaders should call for calm and engage in sustained dialogue to bridge the bitter divisions.

Angola: National Airline Banned From European Airspace

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola Airline (TAAG) has been banned from flying to Portugal and the whole European Shengen Space, due to the rising cases of the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the country as of late.
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Angola: National Airline Banned From European Airspace

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola Airline (TAAG) has been banned from flying to Portugal and the whole European Shengen Space, due to the rising cases of the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the country as of late.

Cameroon: English-Speakers Claim Harassment After Government Declares Security Alert

[VOA] Cameroon's displaced Anglophones, who fled from the separatist war in western regions to the capital, are accusing authorities of harassment.  Last week, the government declared a security alert following two explosions in Yaounde and began raids on ho
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Cameroon: English-Speakers Claim Harassment After Government Declares Security Alert

[VOA] Cameroon's displaced Anglophones, who fled from the separatist war in western regions to the capital, are accusing authorities of harassment.  Last week, the government declared a security alert following two explosions in Yaounde and began raids on houses in English-speaking majority neighborhoods.

Congo-Kinshasa: One Million People Displaced in DR Congo in 6 Months

[DW] The UNHCR recorded events of killing, mutilation, sexual violence and looting in DR Congo in the last eight weeks. The African nation has one of the highest rates of internal displacement in the world.
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Congo-Kinshasa: One Million People Displaced in DR Congo in 6 Months

[DW] The UNHCR recorded events of killing, mutilation, sexual violence and looting in DR Congo in the last eight weeks. The African nation has one of the highest rates of internal displacement in the world.

South Africa: Pay Black Women Healthcare Workers, The Backbone of Our Health Sector

[allAfrica] It will take the average professional nurse 65 years to earn the annual salary of a chief executive officer of one of the private hospital groups in South Africa.
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South Africa: Pay Black Women Healthcare Workers, The Backbone of Our Health Sector

[allAfrica] It will take the average professional nurse 65 years to earn the annual salary of a chief executive officer of one of the private hospital groups in South Africa.

Africa: Using the Demographic Dividend as Anchor to Fight COVID-19

[allAfrica] The Year 2020 will be remembered as the year that heralded great global changes in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. This debilitating contagion has forced the entire world to rethink the future. Among them are stimulating the global economies an
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Africa: Using the Demographic Dividend as Anchor to Fight COVID-19

[allAfrica] The Year 2020 will be remembered as the year that heralded great global changes in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. This debilitating contagion has forced the entire world to rethink the future. Among them are stimulating the global economies and instituting newer social, professional and institutional protocols.

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