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African women on the shame of hair loss

It is a topic shrouded in shame, but traction alopecia may affect one-third of women of African...

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Innovative child malaria vaccine to be tested in Malawi

The treatment, developed over 30 years, is the first to give partial protection to children, WHO...

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Algeria protests: Police ‘detain top businessmen’

The four are being held in connection with a corruption investigation, state TV...

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Kenya: Fire Breaks Out At Barclays Branch in Murang’a

Firefighters in Murang'a were on Monday afternoon trying to put off a fire that broke out at a Barclays Bank...

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Botswana: Makgato Attends Belt, Road Forum

Gaborone -Minister of Transport and Communications, Ms Dorcas Makgato is in Beijing, China, to attend the second Belt and Road Forum from...

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Tanzania: Councils Get Threemonth Ultimatum for Loan Issuance

MINISTER of State in the President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Selemani Jafo, has issued an ultimatum to all council directors to...

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Tanzania: Kagera RC Warns Against Coffee, Minerals Smuggling

KAGERA Regional Commissioner, Brigadier General Marco Gaguti has told Kagera residents to use strategic location of the region to boost trade instead of...

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Seychelles: Seychellois Children to Showcase Island Nation’s Traditional Dances At Children’s Festival in Turkey

Sixteen Seychellois children will be taking part in the International Children's Festival in Turkey. Held under the theme 'Love, Friendship and Peace',...

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South Africa: Tribute to Biggest Collection of Artists’ Books in the Southern Hemisphere

There is a very special section of artworks known as artists' books. These are artworks in the form of books rather than...

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Africa: Sarpong Late Winner Gives Rayon Bragging Rights in Kigali Derby

Ghana-import Michael Sarpong was the hero with a late winner to inspire Rayon Sports to a 1-0 victory over bitterest rivals APR to narrow...

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Africa: The Women’s Football Committee of the Libyan Football Federation Organized the Women’s Football League in the City of Benghazi Under 20 Years.

The Women's Football Committee of the Libyan Football Federation organized the Women's Football League in the city of Benghazi under 20 years. The tournament...

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Southern Africa: Southern African Countries Won’t Manage Disasters Unless They Work Together

Cyclone Idai, which recently devastated Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, was one of the worst natural disasters to hit the southern African region....

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Africa: CHAN 2020 Q – Eswatini, Malawi Share Spoils in Manzini

Hosts Eswatini and Malawi braved out a non-scoring stalemate in their Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) 2020 qualifier first round first leg played at...

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Africa: How Science Fiction and Fantasy Can Help Us Make Sense of the World

The world's a mess. How do thoughtful people make sense of it all? In this series we've asked a number of our...

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Zimbabwe: Rusike Fired-Up for Warriors Return

ON-FIRE Zambia-based former Warriors forward Tafadzwa "Fire" Rusike hopes that his scintillating form since joining Zanaco late 2017 will earn him a call-up...

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Mozambique: Voter Registration Still Has Not Started in Many Places

One week after the official start of registration, our correspondents report that people are unable to register at many posts....

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Mozambique: Dozens of Registration Posts Not Open Due to Cyclone Idai

Flooded roads and neighbourhoods, destroyed schools and power lines down have prevented registration brigades from starting work in some parts...

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Zimbabwe: New Bridge to Curb Deaths At Runde River

Chiredzi -Construction of new bridge to address carnage south of Zimbabwe is set to resume soon after government pledged a further US$20 million...

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South Africa: R316 Closed After Eight Killed in Gruesome Crash Near Napier

Eight people have been killed in a head-on collision outside Napier, Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa has...

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South Africa: Cape Town Train Fire – Sinister Force At Work to Reverse ANC Government Gains – Nzimande

Transport minister Blade Nzimande has blamed the recent burning of two Metrorail trains at Cape Town Station on a relentless force determined to reverse...

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Zimbabwe: Mhofela Pays Tribute to Tuku

Unheralded South Africa-based Zimbabwean Afro-jazz musician Darlington "Mhofela" Tanganyika says his music is inspired by the voyage of trials and tribulations in his...

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Egypt: Egypt’s PM Urges Opening Banque misr Branch in Somalia

Egypt's Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli urged opening a branch of Banque Misr in Somalia, as it will have positive repercussions on trade and...

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Cameroon: Diversifying Cameroon’s Economy – Vera Songwe Gives Suggestions

The visiting Under Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa held talks with President Paul Biya at the State...

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Zimbabwe: Another Tuku Protégé Emerges

"No matter how beautiful you dance; your feet will always come back to the ground," says rising Afro-jazz musician Innocent "Answer" Kufakunesu, recalling...

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South Africa: Team SA in the Medals At Junior World Champs

Cape Town -The South African national team continued their rampant medal charge at the end of Day 3 of the CAA African U18 and...

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South Africa: Du Preez, Surprisingly, Praises Sharks After Reds Slip

Cape Town -Sharks coach Robert du Preez has, surprisingly, praised his players following their 21-14 loss to the Reds in Durban on...

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Nigeria Football Federation helping Kelechi Nwakali sort visa issue

Nigeria Football Federation is helping Arsenal's Kelechi Nwakali deal with a visa issue that has seen him stranded in the country since...

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Zimbabwe: Business Not to Blame for Inflation

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's attempt at stemming economic recession and the obtaining galloping inflation by blaming and threatening business is an exercise in...

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Zimbabwe: Warriors’ Chance to Shine

Zimbabwe football followers are thanking their lucky stars after their favourite team, the Warriors, were drawn in what looks like a fair Group...

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Liberia: NDMA Assessment Team Visits Flood-Prone Areas in Margibi District #1

Ahead of the heavy down pour in the country, an assessment team from the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) has paid a courtesy visit...

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