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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.

How We Survived And Thrived In Pandemic: Kenyan Small Business Owners

An events organizer and a restaurateur in Nairobi went digital to stay afloat in the Covid-19 era.  The post How We Survived And Thrived In Pandemic: Kenyan Small Business Owners appeared first on Zenger News.

Tanzania To Revive China-Funded Port Project, Worries The US 

The United States worried by China's maritime ambitions in East Africa. The post Tanzania To Revive China-Funded Port Project, Worries The US  appeared first on Zenger News.

New Technologies Offer Hope For Cheaper Money Transfer In Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is the most expensive region in the world to send money to.  The post New Technologies Offer Hope For Cheaper Money Transfer In Sub-Saharan Africa appeared first on Zenger News.

Bitter-Sweet: Kenya’s Complicated Affair With Coffee

American-owned restaurant chain Java House nurtured Kenya's coffee-drinking culture and changed the urban dating scene. The post Bitter-Sweet: Kenya’s Complicated Affair With Coffee appeared first on Zenger News.
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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.