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Malawi: UN and FCDO to Bankroll Malawi's National Green Climate Conference

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[Nyasa Times] United Resident (UN) Resident Coordinator Maria Jose Torres Macho says her organization is excited to partner with the Malawi Government and the United Kingdom (UK)'s Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) in hosting this year's National Green Climate Conference.

Zimbabwe: Lawyers Intervenes to End Withholding of Students' Examination Results

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[263Chat] Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has asked authorities at Fatima High School in Lupane in Matabeleland North province to release examination results for two students, which they are withholding as a way to induce payment of outstanding school fees.

Zimbabwe: Murewa Man Rapes, Marries 13-Year Girl

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[New Zimbabwe] A 31-year-old Murewa man is on police's wanted list after he allegedly raped a 13-year-old girl before marrying her to conceal the matter.

Malawi: Mzuzu City Council Seals State Broadcaster Offices Over Unpaid Rentals

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[Nyasa Times] Mzuzu City Council (MCC) has sealed offices of the state broadcaster, Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) at Kaning'ina in Mzuzu, over unpaid rentals.

Women Are Savvy Savers, Says FNB

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Over 10.27% of women have at least 1 months’ worth of income

In a triumph for democracy, Zambia's opposition leader takes office

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Hichilema, 59, will take the oath of office before a crowd that will notably include opposition politicians from regional countries as well as current and former African leaders.

Affordable, Inclusive, And Online: University Of The People Opens Admissions

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Calling all eligible South African students to apply for the 2021 / 2022 academic year

Exclusive: Former #DI Emerging Creative Sifiso Kunene shares his new Resort ‘21 collection

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Design Indaba drives a better world through creativity with its online design publication, annual festival and other "design activism" projects.

Southern African Migrants Excluded As Covid-19 Pandemic Grows

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By Kevin Humphrey

Nigeria: Bandits Kill Four, Abduct 50 in Zamfara - Police

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[Premium Times] Sources said the number of those abducted is more than 70 while 10 were reportedly killed.

Nigeria: Rural-Urban Migration Rises As Bandits Unleash Terror On Villages in Katsina State

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[Premium Times] As attacks by bandits intensify in the villages, urban communities in Katsina are swelling with displaced people.

Nigeria: VP Osinbajo Hasn't Declared Interest in 2023 Presidential Race - Official

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[Premium Times] There have been posters online and in major Nigerian cities suggesting Mr Osinbajo would run for the highest office in Nigeria.

Egypt flies over 40 of its nationals out of Afghanistan

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A military jet transporting Egyptian civilians arrived in Cairo late Monday, according to the official MENA news agency

Africa: You Are Not Alone, Bayern Munich Player Alphonso Davies Tells Refugee Paralympic Team

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[UN News] Ahead of the opening of the Paralympic Games in Tokyo on Tuesday, Alphonso Davies, footballer for German league champions Bayern Munich and Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), has offered words of encouragement for what he called "the world's most courageous sports team".

Ethiopia: U.S. Sanctions Eritrean Military Leader in Connection With Human Rights Abuse in Tigray

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[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -- Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned General Filipos Woldeyohannes (Filipos), the Chief of Staff of the Eritrean Defense Forces (EDF), for being a leader or official of an entity that is engaged in serious human rights abuse committed during the ongoing conflict in Tigray. Filipos is designated pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13818, which builds upon and implements the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act and targets perpetrators of

Somalia: Opposition Leaders Reject New Election Roadmap

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[VOA] Mogadishu, Somalia -- A group of Somali opposition presidential candidates has rejected the government's plan for upcoming elections. The rejection could result in yet another delay for the Somali polls.

To Reverse Food Insecurity Build A Climate Resilient Agricultural Sector

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By Esther Ngumbi

Africa: Protection for Children in Conflict Must Be Central to Pandemic Recovery - UN Official

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[UN News] Protection for children caught up in war must be at the heart of the international agenda, including COVID-19 response, a senior UN official said on Monday.

Sierra Leone: Ebola Vaccine Booster Doses Under Way in Sierra Leone

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[WHO-AFRO] Ebola booster dose vaccination kicks off in Sierra Leone following administration of the prime dose of the Johnson & Johnson Ebola vaccine in May this year. Frontline health workers, practitioners of traditional medicines or traditional healers and commercial motor bike riders who received the first dose are now being given their second jab to maximize their protection against the disease. The target beneficiaries were identified as high-risk groups and selected for preventive vaccination to protect th

UN deplores the worsening situation in Beni

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North Kivu and the neighbouring province of Ituri have been under a state of siege since the beginning of May

Somalia: New Electoral Proposals Kick Up Storm

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[Nation] Somalia's opposition figures on Monday opposed a new framework for elections in which delegate lists would be determined by leaders of federal states.

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