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Hundreds Of Algerians Flee To Europe As Political Instability Persists

The socio-political crisis that has gripped Algeria since February 2019, has revived illegal immigration to Europe. The post Hundreds Of Algerians Flee To Europe As Political Instability Persists appeared first on Zenger News.

Chinese Takeaway: Beijing Firm Demands Billions Before Opening The New Railway It’s Running 

Chinese operator Afristar demands $348 million before turning over the railway's operations to the Kenyan government. The post Chinese Takeaway: Beijing Firm Demands Billions Before Opening The New Railway It’s Running  appeared first on Zenger News.

School Fees Pain For Kenyan Parents As Covid-19 Pandemic Bites

A tight academic calendar and extra costs due to Covid-19 safety measures burden parents. The post School Fees Pain For Kenyan Parents As Covid-19 Pandemic Bites appeared first on Zenger News.

‘We Need Jobs, Not Rice’: Angry Ghanaian Youth Reject Minister’s Food Donation

Youths chased away three trucks full of rice donations from Lands and Natural Resources Minister Samuel Abu Jinapor. The post ‘We Need Jobs, Not Rice’: Angry Ghanaian Youth Reject Minister’s Food Donation appeared first on Zenger News.

Ugandan Parents Fear Covid-19 Pandemic Lockdown Will Spur Teen Pregnancies 

Over 2,300 school girls were impregnated during first lockdown between March and September 2020.  The post Ugandan Parents Fear Covid-19 Pandemic Lockdown Will Spur Teen Pregnancies  appeared first on Zenger News.

Nigeria’s Lagos City Named The Second Most Stressful City In The World

Chronic traffic, air pollution, and insecurity take a shine off Africa's largest city.  The post Nigeria’s Lagos City Named The Second Most Stressful City In The World 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.

Diamond Rich: Botswana Cements Position As Africa’s Top Producer With Two Discoveries In June

The 1,098-carat diamond recovered from Jwaneng Mine is the third biggest gem-quality diamond ever. The post Diamond Rich: Botswana Cements Position As Africa’s Top Producer With Two Discoveries In June appeared first on Zenger News.

Treesy Money: Tiny Gabon Wins $17 Million Payout For Forest Conservation

Foreign grants could total $150 million to save the state's rainforests and reduce carbon emissions. The post Treesy Money: Tiny Gabon Wins $17 Million Payout For Forest Conservation appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenya Cements Its Place As East Africa’s Business Hub

More business people from across the region flock to the country as it loosens immigration and work permit policies. The post Kenya Cements Its Place As East Africa’s Business Hub appeared first on Zenger News.

Give Us Jobs, Pay Befitting Our Qualifications: Malawian Youth Tell Government

Youth decry tough conditions to access loans through a government fund. The post Give Us Jobs, Pay Befitting Our Qualifications: Malawian Youth Tell Government appeared first on Zenger News.

Nigeria’s Kidnap-For-Ransom Industry

Schools in northern Nigeria bear the brunt of kidnap-for-ransom attacks, which has evolved into a lethal industry. The post Nigeria’s Kidnap-For-Ransom Industry appeared first on Zenger News.
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