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Ghana: MTN Donates Computers to Kumasi Special School

MTN Foundation Ghana has donated five computers and accessories, and 800 connectivities and printers to the Kumasi Special School and Jachie D/A and...

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Ghana: MTN Focuses On Providing Quality Services

The Corporate Services Executive of Scancom Limited (MTN), Mrs. Cynthia Lumor, says MTN, having achieved its initial objective of becoming a number one...

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No school, no play

How former Liverpool footballer Salif Diao is trying to ensure aspiring players do not abandon school to pursue a...

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Cyberattack causes disruptions in Europe; Ukraine reports serious intrusions

A massive, international cyberattack using malicious data-scrambling software started in Ukraine on Tuesday afternoon before apparently reaching Russia’s top oil producer and quickly making its...

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It’s ‘unlikely’ the U.S. economy’s growth will meet Trump’s goal, International Monetary Fund says

The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its outlook for the U.S. economy, citing the number of uncertainties that surround President Trump's plans to boost economic...

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Another sexual harassment scandal in the tech world in which alleged victims risked their careers to expose it

The pattern is familiar: A powerful man in the technology industry is accused of using his position to harass women trying to establish themselves in...

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Mindy Kaling sells Hollywood Hills West home with a view for $1.61 million

Actress and comedian Mindy Kaling has parted ways with a home in Hollywood Hills West, selling the city- and ocean-view property for $1.61 million. Set...

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Africa: Ross Outlines Trump’s Commercial Policy Toward Africa

Last week in a speech to the U.S.-Africa Business Summit sponsored by the Corporate Council on Africa, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross signaled that...

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DeMario Jackson gives his take on what happened at the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ pool

DeMario Jackson, whose name was caught up in the alleged-misconduct brouhaha that brought "Bachelor in Paradise" production to a halt two weeks ago, is starting...

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Diouf: Gerrard needs to know Senegal is bigger than Liverpool

Senegalese footballer El Hadji Diouf shares his unvarnished thoughts on former Liverpool team mates Stephen Gerrard and Jamie...

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George Soros ‘plotted to oust Equatorial Guinea’s leader’

The claim has been made by a former British mercenary who led his own failed coup attempt in...

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Ethiopia: University Building Resilience Towards Climate Changes

Addis Ababa University (AAU) Centre for Environmental Sciences is putting extra efforts of graduating competent professionals aimed at supporting nation's overall activities of...

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East Africa: Call for African Market Niches, Harnessing Neighbouring Bloc

Ethiopia's move and interaction on the economic fronts has not been as anticipated as its contribution and influence on the continent politics and...

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Ethiopia: Quality in Livestock Export to Maximize Foreign Earnings

Many argue that as Ethiopia is the leading country in Africa with its large livestock inventory and potential supply base for the live...

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Ethiopia/South Africa: St. George to Take On Mamelodi Sundowns

In the first away leg Saint George managed a goalless tie with Mamelodi...

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Ethiopia: Tsega Gebru Wins Ethiopian Women’s Cycling Race

Tsega Gebru of Mesfin Engineering came out first in the Women's Ethiopian Cycling Championship that took place on Sunday in...

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South Africa: Suspected Rhino Poachers Arrested in KwaZulu-Natal

During the early hours of this morning two suspects, one of them a 22 year old police constable, were arrested on suspicion of being...

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Ethiopia: The Country’s Fabulous National Parks

Covered in evergreen grasses, forest and flowers, Ethiopia's national parks are the ultimate delights for exploration, picnic and refreshment. It's full of breath...

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Ethiopia: Concerted Effort Decisive for Tech. Transfer – Ministry

The Ministry of Education called upon Higher Learning Institutions (HLIs) and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) as well as Research Centres...

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Senegal’s Salif Diao ‘slept rough before Monaco trial’

Former Senegal midfielder had to spend 10 days sleeping rough under a stadium while awaiting his trial with his first...

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DR Congo’s Mabiala joins Portland Timbers

Major League Soccer side Portland Timbers sign DR Congo international Larrys Mabiala from Turkish club...

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South Africa: Minister Briefs Portfolio Committee On African Languages in Schools

The Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga, has told the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education that she is encouraged with the...

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Africa: Future of African Youth Lies in Agriculture, Not Europe – Food Prize Laureate

Rome -Making agriculture "cool" for young people in Africa is key to lifting millions out of poverty and stemming migration to Europe...

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Zimbabwe: Wide Star Brite Auditions Kick Off

Auditions for Zimbabwe's premier reality show, StarBrite, kicked off at the beginning of April and have so far been held at various centres...

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Zimbabwe: Construction On Wetlands Ramps Up Water Stress

Harare -Wetlands can ease the impacts of a changing climate by maintaining groundwater levels and protecting areas from the worst impacts of...

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Kenya: Underdogs Umoja End Ulinzi’s Unbeaten Run in League

Ulinzi Warriors' unbeaten run in Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League was shattered at the weekend when the military side fell 54-48 to underdogs...

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Kenya: How Cranes Nearly Caused an Upset in Nairobi

A penalty try awarded by the French referee Laurent Cardona saved Kenya Simbas from home annihilation by a charged and inspired Uganda Rugby Cranes...

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Kenya: Schools and Colleges Showcase Film Talent at National Festival

It was all pomp and colour at the 2017 edition of the Kenya Schools Colleges and University Film Festival...

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Kenya: Simbas Drop Down in Latest World Rugby Rankings

Nairobi -Having been held to a 33-33 draw by Uganda in a Rugby Africa Gold Cup cum Elgon Cup tie on Saturday at...

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Liberia: China’s Ecological Project Breaths Life Into Vast Desert Land

Kubuqi -Whoever thought that a desert is a waste land and only evokes poverty for its inhabitants would rethink after touring the 7th largest...

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