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South African Airways Is In Business Rescue: What It Means, And What Next

Written by Marius Pretorius South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken the decision to put South African Airways,...

African Peer Review: Progress Is Being Made, But There Are Problems

Author Yarik Turianskyi There was great excitement and hype when the African Peer Review Mechanism was launched 16...

Namibia’s Long-Standing Land Issue Remains Unresolved

Written by Henning Melber Thirty years of German settler colonialism in South West Africa – from 1884...

The Poverty Of Poor Economics

Written by Grieve Chelwa Seán Muller The winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics experiment on the poor, but...

In West Africa, U.S. Military Struggles For Scarce Resources As Terrorism Threat Grows

Written by  Lara Seligman Tensions with Iran almost scuttled a major international training exercise in the Sahel.

It’s Africa’s Turn To Leave The European Union

By Brian Stout The EU doesn’t treat the African Union as an equal partner. Unless the AU resets relations,...

Sudan Is Remaking Its Relationship With the Rest of the World

Written by Cameron Hudson From meeting with Netanyahu to working with the ICC, the new government is reversing...

Boris Johnson’s New Scramble For Africa

Written by Stephen Paduano The prime minister’s vision of a “Global Britain” after Brexit will only succeed if he...

The Rise and Fall of Another African Donor Darling

Written by Jessica Moody Ivoirian President Alassane Ouattara has won plaudits for his economic successes, but there are...

Silencing The Guns In Africa: Achievements And Stumbling Blocks

Written by Julian Karssen At the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Organisation...

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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.

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The immensely popular and controversial singer was killed by unknown people on June 25, 1998. The post Algeria: Kabylia Marks The 23rd Anniversary Of The Murder Of Controversial Singer Matoub Lounès appeared first on Zenger News.

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.

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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.

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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

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