As overseas countries move away from coal, American gas exporters are lowering costs.
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Milka Hadida was honored with the Florence Nightingale medal for her initiative in helping keep girls in school.
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Witchcraft allegations are often leveled at the elderly on Kenya's coast, a guise used by family members to dispossess them.
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Ismael Essome makes boats from recycled plastic which he donates to fishermen in Cameroon's coastal towns.
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Taii Odero pursued medicine out of peer pressure, but a stint as gym trainer as a university student led him in another direction.
The post Kenyan Doctor Ditches Medicine, Finds Success In Fitness And Adventures Firm appeared first on Zenger News.
Online stock trading app opens up capital markets to Zimbabwe's financially excluded investors.
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Mass protests broke out after former President Jacob Zuma surrendered to police to face a 15-month jail term.
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Businesses that depended on Twitter to connect with clients are hard hit by the month-long suspension of the site.
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The sacking of Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi follows violent protests over the government's handling of the pandemic.
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Egypt and Sudan fear that a severe reduction in the River Nile waters due to the Ethiopian dam could threaten their people.
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