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Ghana food delivery riders celebrate Qatar WC win

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Ghana food delivery riders in Doha celebrated as their team beat South Korea 3-2 at the World Cup on Monday, staving off elimination.

Spanish coastguard finds stowaways on ship rudder

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Three people are being treated for dehydration after the 11-day voyage from Lagos in Nigeria.

South Africa: Freedom Road - an Empty Promise

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[GroundUp] For years Madibeng Municipality has said it will fix Itireleng's main thoroughfare, but nothing has been done

South Africa: Hanover Park Women March to End Recent Spate of Violence

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[GroundUp] "The government has failed me and so many other families" says mother of gang victim

Sudan: FFC and Opposition Parties Will Support Agreement With Military

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[Dabanga] Khartoum -- The Forces for Freedom and Change-Central Council (FFC-CC) and several other political groups yesterday confirmed their willingness to sign a framework agreement on a new government with the military junta.

Lesotho: Mahao's Widow Cries Out for Justice

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[Lesotho Times] SLAIN army commander, Maaparankoe Mahao's widow, 'Mamphanya Mahao, and other victims of human rights atrocities have spoken of their anguish at the lack of progress in bringing the killers of their loved ones to justice.

South Africa: Green Hydrogen Summit Opens in Cape Town - South African News Briefs - November 29. 2022

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[allAfrica] Cape Town --  

Chadian lawyers down tools in protest of mass trial of anti-gov't demonstrators

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Lawyers in Chad have announced that they will go on strike, ceasing all activity for the duration of the mass trial of 401 people arrested during and after deadly anti-government demonstrations on 20 October.

UNESCO examining 56 proposals to add to Lists of Intangible Heritage

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The 17th session of UNESCO's Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage opens in Rabat -- its first meeting to be held in person since the coronavirus pandemic.

Tanzania: Over 200,000 People With HIV Do Not Take Arvs

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[Daily News] OVER 200,000 people out of 1.72 million living with HIV in the country do not use ARVs treatment, Manager for National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) Dr Anath Rwebembera has said.

Ethiopia: Tigrayan Official Accuses Eritrean Forces of 'Summarily Executing' Civilians

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[Addis Standard] Addis Ababa -- Getachew Reda, Spokesperson for the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) and member Tigrayan peace talks delegation, said Eritrean forces have continued killing civilians including children and women while the Tigrayan forces are carrying out dis-engagement as agreed in the Pretoria/Nairobi peace pact.

Ethiopia: University Teachers Threaten Indefinite Strike

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[Addis Standard] Addis Ababa -- Teachers and their technical assistants working in all Ethiopian universities have written a letter to the Ministry of Education and the House of People's Representatives announcing that they will go on strike for an indefinite period of time starting 04 December 2022.

Malawi: UNHCR Urges Malawi Against Forcing Refugees to Return to Overcrowded Camp

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[VOA] Blantyre, Malawi -- The U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, says it "deeply regrets" Malawi's decision to force about 8,000 refugees living in rural and urban areas back to the overcrowded Dzaleka refugee camp. Malawi's minister of homeland security last week said the forced relocations would start after November 30, when a deadline expires on voluntary returns.

Cameroon: Rescue Workers Still Searching for Landslide Victims

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[VOA] Yaounde -- Rescue workers in Cameroon's capital, Yaounde, are searching for people believed trapped under a landslide that killed at least 14 people and injured scores more Sunday. The victims were attending a funeral when the landslide occurred.

East Africa: 'We Cannot Give Up' On Millions in Drought-Stricken Horn of Africa - WFP Official

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[UN News] Millions of people in the Horn of Africa - a region at the intersection of some of the worst impacts of climate change, recurring humanitarian crises and insecurity - are facing the driest conditions in four decades along with extreme food shortages. The top UN World Food Programme (WFP) official in the region, Michael Dunford, is warning that the situation there is likely to get worse before it improves.

Nigeria: London Museum Returns Looted Benin Bronzes to Nigeria

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[Premium Times] The Horniman Museum houses a collection of 72 treasured items that were taken by force from Benin City in 1897.

Nigeria: Nigeria Issues Travel Advisory to Citizens in U.S., Europe

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[Premium Times] Mr Mohammed said he was not issuing a travel advisory but merely giving a piece of advice to Nigerians who may be visiting these countries.

Africa: Flatlined Progress On HIV Treatment and Prevention Affects 2.7 Million Young People - UN

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[UN News] Some 110,000 youth under age 19 died last year from AIDS-related causes, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday, noting that coupled with 310,000 newly infected, the total number of young people living with HIV stands at 2.7 million.

South Africa: Chris Hani's Monument Damaged Days Before His Killer Walks Free

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[Scrolla] Just days before his killer is set to be released from prison on parole, Chris Hani's memorial in Ekurhuleni has been badly damaged by heavy storms.

Nigeria: Govt Banks On Energy Transition Plan to Pull 100m Nigerians Out of Poverty

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[This Day] For the umpteenth time, the federal government has hinged its target of pulling 100 million Nigerians from the shackles of poverty on the implementation of Nigeria's Energy Transition Plan (ETP).

Cameroon: Paul Biya Has Been Cameroon's President for 40 Years - and He Might Win Office Yet Again

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[The Conversation Africa] At 89 years old, one of the oldest leaders in the world, President Paul Biya of Cameroon has marked 40 years as head of state. He assumed office in 1982.

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