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Malawian COVID-19 survivors on quest to minimize stigma2021-03-01
Malawians who recovered from COVID-19 have embarked on an initiative of sharing their COVID-19 experience into communities.
53 abducted hostages released in Nigeria2021-02-22
Governor of Nigeria's central-north Niger State Abubakar Sani Bello said on Sunday that the state government has managed to secure the release of all the 53 passengers abducted by gunmen on Feb. 14 at village Kundu of the state.
139757098_16139499393141n_副本.jpg Nigeriens vote peacefully in 2nd round of presidential election2021-02-22
Nigeriens vote peacefully in 2nd round of presidential election
139733809_16129166981481n.jpg New authority expected to restore political stability in Libya on 10th uprising anniversary: analysts2021-02-10
New authority expected to restore political stability in Libya on 10th uprising anniversary: analysts
Incumbent AU Commission Chairperson secures second four-year term2021-02-07
Moussa Faki Mahamat on Saturday secured a four-year second term as the chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission.
Uganda's incumbent president wins another five-year term in office2021-01-17
Uganda's incumbent President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday was declared winner of the country's presidential elections held on Jan. 14.
Over 300 students missing after gunmen attacked school in north Nigeria: official2020-12-14
A total of 333 students remained missing as of Sunday after the Friday night attack by gunmen on a secondary school in Katsina, a state in northwest Nigeria, according to government authorities.
Uber announces new minibus service in Egypt's overcrowded capital2018-12-06
Ridesharing giant Uber announced a new service called "Uber Bus" to provide shared microbus rides in overcrowded Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, Uber chief revealed in a press conference near the world famous Pyramids of Giza on Tuesday.
Zimbabwe's top food manufacturer shuts down mills due to foreign currency shortage2018-12-06
One of Zimbabwe's largest food manufacturers, National Foods, announced Tuesday that it will shut down its two mills due to foreign currency shortages.
S. African National Assembly approves process to amend Constitution for land reform2018-12-06
The National Assembly (NA), or Lower House of Parliament, agreed on Tuesday that section 25 of the Constitution be amended to make land expropriation without compensation more explicit.
Africa slow in converting natural resources to tangible development outcomes: report2018-12-06
Africa has been slow to convert its natural resources endowments to tangible development outcomes, because of weaknesses in governance and capacities, a report released on Tuesday showed.
S. African president appoints new chief prosecutor2018-12-06
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday announced the appointment of Shamila Batohi as the new National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP).
Morocco, Czech agree to strengthen bilateral cooperation2018-12-06
Moroccan Prime Minister Saad Eddine El Otmani and his Czech counterpart Andrej Babis on Tuesday agreed to further strengthen bilateral cooperation.
Africa needs effective industrial policy to boost manufacturing exports: economists2018-12-06
Economists on Tuesday urged African countries to make their industrial policies more effective in order to boost manufacturing exports, as the region focuses on continental integration to promote trade.
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