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Namibia Press Agency | Namibia

COVID-19: Namibia records 218 new cases and two deaths

WINDHOEK, 27 FEB (NAMPA) – Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Saturday announced that the country recorded 218 positives cases of COVID-19 out of 1 455 samples tested at various laboratories in the last 24 hours. Two deaths were also recorded with one being that of a...


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The Nation | Nigeria

28 policemen killed in three months

No fewer than 28 cops have been killed in three months, The Nation's checks have revealed. They were either shot by gunmen, hacked ...


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Seychelles News Agency | Seychelles

Seychelles seeks more support to get fishermen to stop using banned driftnets

Seychelles is asking the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) to engage all its regional members to commit to sustainable fishing and stop using banned gear, a position that supports a European body representing fishermen. The statement made by the Seychelles' fisheries' minister, Jean-Francois...


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Ethiopian News Agency | Ethiopia

The Victory of Adwa turned Ethiopia into Icon of Liberty: African Descents

Addis Ababa February 28/2021 (ENA) The Victory of Adwa paved the way for African countries that have fallen under the yoke of colonial rule to fight against colonialism and for their independence, African descents said.


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Libya Herald | Libya

Ageela Saleh’s contradictory demands of GNU: small yet representative of all Libya

By Sami Zaptia. London, 28 February 2021: Speaking at a press conference in Rabat, Morocco on Friday, House of Representatives (HoR) head Ageela Saleh made what seemed like contradictory demands of the forthcoming Government of National Unity (GNU). Saleh said he ‘‘looked forward to a mini...


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The Guardian | Nigeria

PFA urges asset diversification to hedge market volatility

Sigma Pensions has urged investors to remain calm in the face of market volatility and strategically diversify their assets.


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Eswatini Observer | Eswatini

BUDGET GOOD BUT MAY NOT BE FEASIBLE-ECONOMIST

By ZWELETHU DLAMINI | 2021-02-28 University of Eswatini (UNESWA) Economics Lecturer Sanele Phiwayinkhosi Sibiya says the probability of missed budget targets remain high therefore the credibility of the E24 billion budget presented by Minister of Finance Neal Rijkenberg on Friday remains rather weak.


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Togo First | Togo

Togo wants to redefine its mines mapping

Togo wants to better assess and certify its areas of mining potential. It announces, with the support of the World Bank, an airborne geophysical


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Club of Mozambique | Mozambique

Listen: Nhongo says he is still waiting for government to negotiate end to fighting in Mozambique

Renamo dissident leader Mariano Nhongo said on Thursday that he was still waiting for communication from Maputo to start peace talks, and denied having violated the unilateral ceasefire declared last December. In an interview with VOA, Nhongo said that he had held several telephonic c


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Cocorioko | Sierra Leone

BRAZEN CORRUPTION : SLPP Chief Minister turns Consolidated Fund into his checking account

SIERRA LEONE’S CHIEF MINISTER.


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The Guardian | Nigeria

Bala, Ortom: Divided by herdsmen’s AK47 

The issue of cattle herders bearing sophisticated weapons like AK47 in place of their traditional sticks, while herding their animals has become a platform of dissention and diatribe between Bauchi and Benue states governors, Bala Mohammed and Dr. Samuel Ortom. The war of words between the two...


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Namibia Press Agency | Namibia

Man to appear in court for allegedly killing stepfather

KEETMANSHOOP, 28 FEB (NAMPA) – A 30-year-old man is expected to appear in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Court of Monday after he allegedly stabbed his 50-year-old stepfather to death at the southern town on Saturday.


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The Guardian | Nigeria

Stock market suffers fourth weekly loss as index plunges by 0.96%

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) suffered a fourth consecutive weekly loss last week, as growing concerns on the increasing yields


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Eswatini Observer | Eswatini

WE HARDLY USED E1 FROM PREVIOUS BUDGET – ASSOCIATIONS

By Sabelo Gwebu | 2021-02-28 Associations have reacted differently to the sports allocation in Minister of Finance Neal Rijkenberg's national budget.


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The Nation | Nigeria

Peugeot unveils new brand identity

Peugeot, the world's oldest surviving automaker, has a brand new logo. It is the brand's first new logo in a decade and the eleventh


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Seychelles News Agency | Seychelles

Air Seychelles announces voluntary redundancy plan for staff to help tackle $153 million debt

Air Seychelles on Tuesday began a voluntary redundancy in particular targeting older workers as part of its evaluation of its manpower plan in order to sustain the airline's long-term operations. The company said that the voluntary redundancy first targets staff members aged 55 and up, but that...


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The Herald | Zimbabwe

Govt moves to rescue winter maize

Government has intervened to save 18 000 tonnes of winter maize crop in the Lowveld from wasting away in the fields by deploying machinery to ensure the entire crop is harvested in the next two-and-a-half weeks.


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Daily Post | Nigeria

Ogun: Many killed as cultists take over Abeokuta, residents live in fear

Residents of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital are beginning to lose count of how many people have been killed by suspected cultists lately, DAILY POST


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Algeria Press Service | Algeria

President Ghali urges human rights organizations to protect Sahrawi people

ALGIERS- Sahrawi President Brahim Ghali on Thursday urged international human rights organizations to protect the helpless Sahrawi citizens from the v...


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Namibia Press Agency | Namibia

COVID-19: Namibia records 218 new cases and two deaths

WINDHOEK, 27 FEB (NAMPA) – Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Saturday announced that the country recorded 218 positives cases of COVID-19 out of 1 455 samples tested at various laboratories in the last 24 hours. Two deaths were also recorded with one being that of a...



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