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Eswatini Observer | Eswatini

WE HARDLY USED E1 FROM PREVIOUS BUDGET – ASSOCIATIONS

By Sabelo Gwebu | 2021-03-01 Associations have reacted differently to the sports allocation in Minister of Finance Neal Rijkenberg's national budget.


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The Herald | Zimbabwe

Preps for schools reopening advanced

Preparations for the reopening of schools have reached an advanced stage with Government inspecting all schools to ensure they are compliant with Covid-19 control protocols to avoid a spike in infections.


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The Guardian | Nigeria

Zamfara Girls: PDP charges Buhari to speak on alleged complicity

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has charged President Muhammadu Buhari to speak on what it called “alleged complicity of the military and certain officials of the Presidency” in the abduction of 300 students...


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Club of Mozambique | Mozambique

South Africa signs J&J vaccine deal, eases restrictions - Watch

South Africa has signed an agreement with Johnson & Johnson to secure 11 million COVID-19 vaccine doses and will ease restrictions due to a decline in new cases, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday. South Africa has been the hardest-hit on the continent by the pandemic, recording almost


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Vanguard | Nigeria

Environmental pollution, cause of low life expectancy in Nigeria ― Survey

Some stakeholders in the South–East of Nigeria have blamed environmental pollution in some parts of the country for a low life expectancy of Nigerians, a survey by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) has revealed. An environmentalist and university lecturer, Professor Mike Abaribe of Imo State...


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The Libya Observer | Libya

Eni Group attributes decline in production in Libya to compelling

The Italian Eni Oil Group has attributed the decrease in its production in Libya to compelling reasons, leading to a decline in the production of some of its oil fields. The Italian Eni Group clarified, in its annual report, that the decrease in its production in Libya led to a sharp decline in...


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Sudan Tribune | Sudan

NAS fighters clash with cattle keepers , SSPDF in Central Equatoria

February 26, 2021 (JUBA) - The holdout National Salvation Front (NAS) fighters clashed with cattle herders in Central Equatoria state and South (...)


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Daily Post | Nigeria

Govt pays Boko Haram, bandits but want me dead - Sunday Igboho

Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho has accused the federal government of planning to eliminate him. He made the accusations on a radio programme, City Talks


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Lusaka Times | Zambia

Zambia : Government advises local contractors to engage engineers for quality works

Lusaka - Zambia: Government has strongly advised Local contractors in Luapula Province to involve qualified engineers if they are to develop quality works resilient to


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Hiraan | Somalia

Ilhan Omar leads calls to fire Senate official who scuppered $15 wage rise

Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough ruled provision in $1.9tn Covid stimulus bill did not qualify for budget reconciliation


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Club of Mozambique | Mozambique

Mozambique: Young people with no chronic disease are now hospitalised, suffering severe Covid-19 symptoms - Watch

Maputo's Polana Caniço Covid-19 isolation and treatment centre is seeing an increase in the number of young people hospitalised with severe symptoms, despite having no comorbidities or chronic diseases. Eight Polana Caniço nurses now have Covid-19, putting remaining personnel under pressure.


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Libya Herald | Libya

ESDF settles Malta debts of United Aviation Company planes to lift legal seizure

By Sami Zaptia.   London, 26 February 2021: The state Economic and Social Development Fund (ESDF) announced yesterday that it had settled the Malta debts of the United Aviation Company (UAC) of which it is a shareholder. Aircraft of the UAC had been seized by a Maltese court in lieu of unsettled...


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The Herald | Zimbabwe

More frontline workers vaccinated

Zimbabwe had vaccinated 3 138 frontline workers by 4pm yesterday, taking the total number of people vaccinated so far to 18 843.


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Zambia Daily Mail | Zambia

NHIMA collects K800 million

PRISCILLA MWILA Lusaka THE National Health Insurance Management Authority (NHIMA) has collected about K800 million from the 950,000 members it has registered since 2019.


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Seychelles News Agency | Seychelles

Cinnamon's new moment? President of Seychelles sees 'dollars on the mountain'

Reviving the plantation industry through the exportation of cinnamon is one way that the Seychelles' government is looking to boost its economy. President Wavel Ramkalawan made this declaration recently as he spoke to the national broadcaster on his first 100 days as the head of state.


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Kenya News Agency | Kenya

Nakuru county unveils a Sh 2.55 billion nutrition action plan

Nakuru Deputy Governor Dr Eric Korir has launched a Sh 2.55 billion County Nutrition Action Plan (CNAP) aimed at reducing rising cases of malnutrition within the County.


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Kenya News Agency | Kenya

Sh32.8 million Gongoni market lies idle as traders bicker 

Most traders at the Gongoni market in Magarini Sub County of Kilifi County have deserted the facility less than eight months after Governor Amason Kingi commissioned it.


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Libya Herald | Libya

New ‘‘English’’ Covid-19 variant discovered in Libya, Doctors’ Union call for investigation into delayed arrival of vaccines, Serraj allocates LD 600 million to combatting pandemic

By Sami Zaptia. London, 26 February 2021: Libya’s National Centre for Disease (NCDC) announced Wednesday that it had discovered for the first time cases of the so-called English Coronavirus variant in Libya. This comes as the Libyan Doctors’ Union call for an investigation into the delayed...


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Daily Post | Nigeria

Govt pays Boko Haram, bandits but want me dead - Sunday Igboho

Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho has accused the federal government of planning to eliminate him. He made the accusations on a radio programme, City Talks


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Lusaka Times | Zambia

Zambia : Escalating commodity prices could be caused by sabotage by some individuals- President Lungu

Lusaka - Zambia: President Edgar Lungu says the escalating commodity prices are unjustified and could be caused by sabotage by some individuals. President Lungu said the



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