Lesotho: Proposed Internet Broadcasting Rules Will Stifle Free Speech

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The Lesotho government, through the Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA), has proposed new regulations that stipulate that individuals with more than 100 followers on social...

West Africa: Malaria Consortium to Pilot Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention Outside Sahel...

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Mozambique's Ministry of Health officials met with staff from Malaria Consortium at a kick off meeting to launch an exciting new research study that...

Namibia: Netball Premiership Playoffs Postponed

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Netball Namibia (NN) recently confirmed that the playoffs initially scheduled for next month have been postponed to early next year. The playoffs are for...

Zimbabwe: Lift Sanctions Unconditionally, Says Zimbabwe’s President in His State of...

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Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa says his country's economy is poised for growth despite sanctions imposed on the country by the West. Delivering his State of...

Botswana Pull Out of Cosafa Women’s Under-17 Championship

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Botswana have confirmed their withdrawal from the 2020 COSAFA Women's Under-17 Championship to be hosted in Nelson Mandela Bay from November 5-13, citing an...

Angola: Covid-19 Forces Confinement of Over 13 Million Pupils – President

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Luanda — The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, Thursday said that more than 13 million pupils enrolled in this school year are temporarily...

Mozambican Oil & Gas Chamber Endorses Mozambique Gas & Power 2021...

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Download logoThe Mozambique Gas & Power 2021 event gains key endorsement from the Mozambican Oil & Gas Chamber (CPGM); CPGM joins the Ministry of...

Coronavirus – Africa: Decrease in COVID-19 deaths in the African Region

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The number of COVID-19 cases in the WHO African Region is now at 1,262,476, with 28,601 deaths. The number of new deaths decreased by...

Kenya: Amateur cyclists creating a niche through organised racing

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Growing up, many young Africans cycle just for fun. In recent years however, many have been riding in the hopes of getting into the...

Kenya: 1,700 Covid-19 Cases Reported Among Inmates Since March – Prisons...

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Nairobi — A total of 1,700 inmates have so far tested positive for COVID-19 since the country recorded its first case in March. Kenya Prisons...