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Month: April 2019

South Africa: Ramaphosa declares national period of mourning for flood victims

News Reporter PRETORIA – South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has instructed that the National Flag should fly at half-mast at every station in the country from May 1-7, as a mark of respect and in observance of seven days of…

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Cameroon: 169 Million children at risk of contamination

The worrisome situation is attributed to the growing number of unimmunised children. YAOUNDE – Measles is still a major health risk in poor and rich countries alike. According to health experts, the situation is the result of the increasing number…

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Johannesburg Mayor takes a dig at migrants, blames ANC – AGAIN!

Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba’s views on immigrants have been largely criticised, and he’s also been accused of fuelling violence against foreign nationals. JOHANNESBURG – Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba says after two and half years in government he’s convinced, now more…

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Sudan military ruler to head new joint council with civilians

KHARTOUM – A top Sudanese general has said the new joint civilian-military council will be headed by the current chief of the ruling military council. The move has been denounced by leaders of the protest movement that brought down former…

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Qatar Airways to launch thrice-weekly service to Rabat

RABAT – Qatar Airways will launch a thrice-weekly flight to the Morroccan capital of Rabat from the end of May as well as a daily flight to Casablanca. In addition, Qatar Airways has announced its joint business agreement with Royal…

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Africa: Most beautiful African destinations

In commemoration of Earth Day 2019, CNN Travel compiled a list of the 25 most beautiful places in the world, which included Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve and Morocco’s Mount Toubkal. This is Africa explores other African…

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Why last-minute shoppers will miss Nedbank Cup final

Sports Reporter JOHANNESBURG – Tickets for the Nedbank Cup final, slated for Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium on May 19, have been sold out – barely 24 hours after they went on sale. The match will pit South Africa’s famed “Cup…

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Hundreds of children drop out of school as ravaging drought hits Zimbabwean constituency

Staff Reporter GWERU – A Zimbabwean lawmaker has expressed fear that a number of children in his rural constituency may be forced to drop out of school, due to drought-induced hunger that has ravaged the area. Mthokozisi Manoki Mpofu, Member…

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Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Muthoki Mumo/ CPJ Sub-Saharan Africa Representative on April 29, 2019 During a trip to Addis Ababa in January, it was impossible to miss the signs that Ethiopian media are enjoying unprecedented freedom. A flurry of new publications were on the streets. At…

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Zimbabwe’s RTG declares first cash dividend of $1mln after 2 decades, now holds 3.6% in FMHL

Business Reporter HARARE – Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) has declared a $1 million cash dividend in the year ended December 31, 2018 after nearly 2 decades as the hospitality group is now strong financially with sound fundamentals. This is the…

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