Africa:Corruption Undermines “the Africa We Want” – Ramaphosa

Africa:Corruption Undermines “the Africa We Want” – Ramaphosa

Photo: SA Presidency President Ramaphosa flanked by the flags of the African Union and South Africa. document Addressing an Africa Day celebration for the first time since taking office, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa spelled out his administration’s foreign policy...
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Africa:What Being African Means to allAfrica

Africa:What Being African Means to allAfrica

Blog By allAfrica Staff Cape Town — In 1960, 17 countries gained independence from European colonisers, and to mark their liberation, several states began celebrating African Liberation Day. Now Africa Day is widely commemorated among the continent’s 5...
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Global Health: New Ebola Tactics Raise Hope but May Sow Confusion

Global Health: New Ebola Tactics Raise Hope but May Sow Confusion

Although there is optimism that the Ebola outbreak in central Africa can still be quickly contained, the fight is already becoming more complex, health experts said this week. Novel tactics — a new vaccine already in use, and new antibody...
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Africa:On Africa Day – Who Has Taken Up the Mantle of Pan-Africanism?

Africa:On Africa Day – Who Has Taken Up the Mantle of Pan-Africanism?

[embedded content] guest column By Cayley Clifford Pan-Africanism – the liberation of Africans through regional cohesion and solidarity – has played a crucial role in shaping the continent’s development. First championed by Kwame Nkrumah and Julius N...
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Africa:Sinking or Waiting? The Once Mighty Biafra Movement Under Pressure

Africa:Sinking or Waiting? The Once Mighty Biafra Movement Under Pressure

analysis By Patrick Egwu Ejike At a centre for Biafra war veterans in south east Nigeria, John Oliwe rolls his wheelchair into the backyard. He uses a small cutlass to uproot weeds from his vegetable plot as he recalls his...
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Saint-Louis Journal: ‘Wrath of Coastal Erosion’ Is Devouring a Senegal Fishing Hub

Saint-Louis Journal: ‘Wrath of Coastal Erosion’ Is Devouring a Senegal Fishing Hub

SAINT-LOUIS, Senegal — Houses on the shore seem to have been ripped open by a giant claw. The corner of an abandoned school is gutted, leaving what looks like a gigantic bite mark. All that is left of a nearby...
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Africa:Rwanda Becomes Arsenal’s First Tourism Partner

Africa:Rwanda Becomes Arsenal’s First Tourism Partner

By Bryan Kimenyi Rwanda is Arsenal’s first-ever tourism partner. The top-flight English Premier League football club will have all their teams wear ‘Visit Rwanda’ on the sleeves. Vinal Venkatesham, Arsenal’s Chief Commercial Officer said the deal will ...
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Africa:Preventing Noncommunicable Diseases Generates Major Gains – Report

Africa:Preventing Noncommunicable Diseases Generates Major Gains – Report

Photo: OMS/Goldschmid (File photo) press release A new WHO report launched today (May 16) shows that the world’s poorest countries can gain US$350 billion by 2030 by scaling up investments in preventing and treating chronic diseases, like heart disease a...
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Africa:Will Pele’s Prediction of an African Team Winning World Cup Come True This Year?

Africa:Will Pele’s Prediction of an African Team Winning World Cup Come True This Year?

columnBy Roy Gachuhi After the sterling performances of Tunisia in 1978, Morocco in 1986 and Cameroon in 1990, O Rei (The King) Pele predicted that an African team was going to win the Fifa World Cup by the year 2000....
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Africa:Impregnated Southern White Rhino Could Save Nearly Extinct Relative

Africa:Impregnated Southern White Rhino Could Save Nearly Extinct Relative

Photo: Daily Nation Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world, was put to sleep on March 19, 2018. By Rael Ombuor A southern white rhino at the San Diego Zoo in California has become pregnant as a...
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