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Sudan: Sudan's Salary Strike Wave Continues, Also Anti-Violence and Anti-Racism Protests

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[Dabanga] Khartoum / El Fula / Kassala / Singa -- Sudan is still witnessing a wave of protests and strike action in various parts of the country, mainly against violence and to demand better wages or the implementation of the promised 2022 salary structure.

Sudan: Looming Hunger Crisis in Sudan - Dozens of West Darfur Displaced Die of Hunger

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[Dabanga] Foro Baranga -- Dozens of people reportedly died of hunger in the Foro Baranga camp for the displaced in West Darfur in the past three months after international aid organisations stopped distributing goods in the camp.

Namibia: Mental Evaluation for 'Killer Cop'

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[New Era] A former senior police officer attached to the Women and Child Protection Unit in Keetmanshoop was yesterday ordered to undergo mental observation by Deputy Judge President Hosea Angula when he made a third appearance in the Windhoek High Court.

Namibia: Murder Accused Loses 'Conflicted' Lawyer

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[New Era] A lawyer representing a trial-awaiting man accused of kidnapping, raping and strangling a woman to death, withdrew his services yesterday in the High Court.

Namibia: Siblings in Pre-Trial Appearance

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[New Era] Murder accused siblings who are accused of murdering the young Shannon Wasserfall, made their first pre-trial appearance in the Windhoek High Court yesterday.

Zimbabwe: Businesses 'Dodge' U.S. Dollar Revenue Declarations - Moved Likely to Aid Tax Evasion

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[New Zimbabwe] Most companies are still reluctant to present full disclosure of their foreign currency sales revenue in a development widely perceived by market watchers as a loophole likely to be abused to avoid US dollar tax revenue collections.

Zimbabwe: Shock As Man Spears Brother to Death

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[New Zimbabwe] In an incident that has left Zvimba villagers shocked, an enraged villager bludgeoned his younger brother to death with a spear following a quarrel.

For Iraqi amputees football team, healing is the goal

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Members of an all-amputee football team, made up entirely of players who lost arms or legs in Iraq.

Kehrer opens youth center in Burundi

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As a social responsibility to Burundi, his mother’s birth country, PSG defender Thilo Kehrer has opened a youth centre with the help of his foundation.

Zimbabwe: Minister's Wings Clipped As Zanu-PF Nullifies Youth League Reshuffle

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[New Zimbabwe] MASHONALAND West provincial affairs minister, Mary Mliswa-Chikoka's wings have been clipped after the party nullified recent illegal co-options of her loyalists into the youth league provincial executive.

Africa: Over 11.8 Million Cases of Covid-19 Confirmed Across Continent

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[allAfrica] Harare -- As of June 24, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,849,825 while 315,440,426 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.

Recent shellings damage cities in Ukraine

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Recent shellings damage cities in Ukraine. Rescuers removed a 500-kilogram air-dropped bomb.

UK officer ‘left out evidence’ in Kenya murder case

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DCI Neil Hibberd helped investigate the murder of David Tebbutt and the kidnap of his wife Jude.

Africa: A Frightening View - Inside the Eye of the 'Hurricane of Hunger' #AfricaClimateCrisis

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[IPS] New Orleans -- When I first met Dr. Roland Bunch, I have to be honest--he scared me. As one of the most well-respected leaders on agronomy and resilient land management, he offers extremely prescient predictions on how famines take root when soils fail--and also has an admirably clear-eyed view of what we need to do better.

Lebo M’s Family: Meet His Wives and the Children He Shares with Them

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South African filmmaker Lebo M has a huge family. He has been married six times to four women and has nine children.

Cameroon: Broken Promises - Cameroon's Troubled Disarmament Initiative

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[The New Humanitarian] Buea, Cameroon -- 'The movement has changed - it's now about kidnapping, stealing, and demanding ransoms.'

Senegal: Senegalese Khaby Lame is Now the Official King of TikTok

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[allAfrica] Cape Town -- Senegalese-born comedian Khaby Lame has officially become the most followed TikTok star in the world. The 22-year-old, who posts under the name @khaby.lame, has passed U.S. TikTok creator Charli D'Amelio who had held the top spot since 2020.

Nigeria: Nigeria's Latest Lithium Find - Some Key Questions Answered

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[The Conversation Africa] High-grade lithium has been discovered in Nigeria. In 2019 the total production volume of lithium, not high grade, in Nigeria reached 50 metric tons This is small compared to Zimbabwe which produced 1,200 metric tons the same year. The Conversation Africa's Wale Fatade asked geologist Ibrahim Garba for his insights.

Ndop fabric tears Cameroonians between tradition and modernity

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The traditional fabric is manufactured in the West.

Africa: Indigenous Peoples Warn of Global Delay On Forest Protection Push #AfricaClimateCrisis

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[Thomson Reuters Foundation] From the Amazon rainforest to Indonesia, indigenous groups see little progress on protecting forests since COP26 climate summit

Jason Noah Net Worth: How Rich is the Forex Trader and What Cars Does He Drive

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Jason Noah's net worth is R35 million or $2.1 million which he made primarily from trading forex and other businesses. Here's more about him.

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