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Riding Growth Of Liquefied Natural Gas, US Stays Atop Worldwide Petroleum Production

As overseas countries move away from coal, American gas exporters are lowering costs. The post Riding Growth Of Liquefied Natural Gas, US Stays Atop Worldwide Petroleum Production appeared first on Zenger News.

Cycling For Sanitary Pad Earns Kenyan Woman International Recognition

Milka Hadida was honored with the Florence Nightingale medal for her initiative in helping keep girls in school. The post Cycling For Sanitary Pad Earns Kenyan Woman International Recognition appeared first on Zenger News.

‘My Children Are Determined To Kill Me’: Plight Of Kenya’s Elderly Accused Of Witchcraft

Witchcraft allegations are often leveled at the elderly on Kenya's coast, a guise used by family members to dispossess them. The post ‘My Children Are Determined To Kill Me’: Plight Of Kenya’s Elderly Accused Of Witchcraft appeared first on Zenger News.

Environmentalist Invents App To Clean Up Cameroon’s Polluted Rivers

Ismael Essome makes boats from recycled plastic which he donates to fishermen in Cameroon's coastal towns. The post Environmentalist Invents App To Clean Up Cameroon’s Polluted Rivers appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenyan Doctor Ditches Medicine, Finds Success In Fitness And Adventures Firm

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.

Zimbabwe’s Financially Excluded Rural Folk Grab Opportunities In Digital Stock Trading

Online stock trading app opens up capital markets to Zimbabwe's financially excluded investors. The post Zimbabwe’s Financially Excluded Rural Folk Grab Opportunities In Digital Stock Trading appeared first on Zenger News.

Death Toll Climbs To 72 As Violence Continues In South Africa

Mass protests broke out after former President Jacob Zuma surrendered to police to face a 15-month jail term. The post Death Toll Climbs To 72 As Violence Continues In South Africa appeared first on Zenger News.

South Sudan Marks A “Wasted Decade” Of Independence

More than 8.5 million people face starvation in Africa's youngest country. The post South Sudan Marks A “Wasted Decade” Of Independence appeared first on Zenger News.

Prophet And Loss: Fake Seer Shamed After He Predicted England Would Win The European Cup

Followers declare him a fraud and threaten to burn his church down. The post Prophet And Loss: Fake Seer Shamed After He Predicted England Would Win The European Cup appeared first on Zenger News.

Nigeria’s Twitter Ban: A Shot In The Foot For Businesses

Businesses that depended on Twitter to connect with clients are hard hit by the month-long suspension of the site. The post Nigeria’s Twitter Ban: A Shot In The Foot For Businesses appeared first on Zenger News.

Tiny Tonga Fights For Survival Against Illegal Fishing

Unregulated and unreported trawling plagues Pacific island nation. The post Tiny Tonga Fights For Survival Against Illegal Fishing appeared first on Zenger News.

Ethiopia Ruling Party Scores Landslide Victory In General Elections

 A second round of national elections will take place on Sept. 6, 2021. The post Ethiopia Ruling Party Scores Landslide Victory In General Elections appeared first on Zenger News.
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ISIS, Al-Qaeda Expanding In Africa: United Nations

A United Nations report says travel restrictions due to the pandemic disrupted terror activities. The post ISIS, Al-Qaeda Expanding In Africa: United Nations appeared first on Zenger News.

Killer School Kidnapers Release 28 Nigerian Students

Bandits gunned down a police guard and are now demanding more ransom money for a further 81 hostages. The post Killer School Kidnapers Release 28 Nigerian Students appeared first on Zenger News.

Tunisian President Sacks Prime Minister, Freezes Parliament

The sacking of Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi follows violent protests over the government's handling of the pandemic. The post Tunisian President Sacks Prime Minister, Freezes Parliament appeared first on Zenger News.

Ethiopia Completes Second Phase Of Filling Africa’s Largest Dam, Angering Egypt And Sudan 

Egypt and Sudan fear that a severe reduction in the River Nile waters due to the Ethiopian dam could threaten their people. The post Ethiopia Completes Second Phase Of Filling Africa’s Largest Dam, Angering Egypt And Sudan  appeared first on Zenger News.