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Kenya: No Beds for Covid-19 Patients Amid Fears of a Second Wave

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[Nation] Only 18,443 isolation beds are available for use by coronavirus patients against the national target of 30,500 units.

Embrace a Slower Pace of Life on the Okavango Delta

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A marshland that is home to some of the world’s most endangered animals, this beautiful...

Rwanda: How Australia Became Den of Genocide Fugitives and Subversive Groups

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[New Times] Rwandans living in Australia on October 19 condemned claims by a subversive element cum genocide denier based in there, Noel Zihabamwe, who alleges he was threatened by the Rwandan government because he refused to be its agent.

Exploring the Cape Winelands

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Cape Town is known the world-over for its pristine Blue Flag beaches, top-tier restaurants and...

East Africa: Seychelles Votes in Presidential, Legislative Elections

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[Seychelles News Agency] Voters on Seychelles' three main islands lined up early Saturday to cast ballots in the island nation's third and final day of voting for President and National Assembly.

Durban’s Green Corridor is the New Popular Attraction

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Nestled in a far corner of the expansive Inanda Dam is the Green Corridors eNanda...

A Television Program Focusing on the African Diaspora of Latin America

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Formerly of Telemundo and an on-camera host for public television in Philadelphia, Kim Haas dances,...

West Africa Calling: Introducing the Amazing Menu at Akoko

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London’s foodies have been chomping at the bit for new restaurant, Akoko, and its time...

Rwanda: Young Woman Reunites With Family 26 Years After Genocide

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[New Times] Rwanda has always been a country of different stories stemming from its gory history.

Uganda: Court Faults Pathologist for Causing Ayiru's Death

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[Monitor] Mercy Ayiru, a 34 - year - old lady died while undergoing an operation to remove uterine fibroids.

South African Architecture Student Looks at How to Reimagine Dangerous Alleyways in a Johannesburg Suburb as Pedestrian Streets

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As his Honours project, South African architecture student, Joshil Naran examined the apartheid era layouts...

Nigeria: Group Tells Govt to Address Demands of Protesters

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[Vanguard] Abuja -- A group called the New Nigerian Project, NNP, has called on the Federal Government to address demands made by #EndSARS protesters as expectations are high.

How Davido’s ‘FEM’ Became the Unlikely #EndSARS Protest Anthem

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As protests against police brutality rock Nigeria, an unlikely song has become the unofficial anthem...

Ethiopia: Ministry Starts Mentoring Future Women Leaders

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[Reporter] The Ministry of Women, Children and Youth (MOWCY) is implementing a takeover mentorship program for adolescent girls as part of this Year's International Day of the Girl 2020 celebration under the theme: 'Empowering Girls for a Brighter Tomorrow.'

Namibia: Actors Scoop Up Cash Prizes At Monologue Competition

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[Namibian] Three actors took home cash prizes for the best monologues in the Nam Acting monologue competition in Windhoek on Thursday.

Archaeologists Unearth ‘Huge Number’ of Sealed Egyptian Sarcophagi

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Twenty miles south of Cairo, in a necropolis known as Saqqara, Egyptian archaeologists have discovered...

Nigeria: Two Feared Dead in Attack on Customs Office

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[This Day] Ilorin -- Kwara state governor, Alhaji AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, in the early hours of Saturday imposed a 24-hour curfew on the state following a breakdown of law and order after suspected hoodlums attacked businesses in the state.

The Next Wave of African Fashion Designers Taking Their Place on the Global Stage

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African fashion was long ignored by the Western establishment, but is now getting its moment...

Nigeria: Catholic Bishop Faults Deployment of Soldiers to Lekki Toll

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[This Day] Ado Ekiti -- The Catholic Bishop of Ekiti Diocese, Most Rev Felix Ajakaye, has blamed the Nigerian Army for deploying men of Operation Crocodile Smile Vl to coincide with a nationwide protest tagged 'EndSARS', saying this was largely responsible for the killings of peaceful protesters in Lekki area of Lagos.

Nigeria: USAID Provides U.S.$136.5 Million to Fight HIV/Aids

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[This Day] Abuja -- The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced additional development assistance of $136.5 million, which is about N52 billion to support Nigeria under a bilateral Development Objectives Assistance Agreement (DOAG) with the United States signed in 2015.

Ethiopia River Nile dam: PM condemns 'aggressions' after Trump comment

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Its PM condemns "aggressions" after Donald Trump says Egypt might destroy a controversial Nile dam.

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