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Covid cases in Namibia rises,the capacity of mortuaries run low

Covid cases in Namibia rises and the capacity…

Namibia’s President Hage Geingob mentioned in the press interview that their country is facing a “dark and sombre moment” as coronavirus deaths and cases rapidly increase. Addressing the nation, and giving everyone a hard reality…

Protesters in Sudan,demand that the government quit,IMF-backed reforms

Protesters in Sudan demand that the government quit…

Hundreds of protesters flocked to the streets across Sudan on Wednesday to demand the government's resignation. The austerity measures implemented as part of reforms sponsored by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are the source of…

Covid vaccine gap,South Africa hopes to bridge the divide

Covid vaccine gap: How South Africa hopes to…

With South Africa's vaccination campaign moving at a snail's pace, President Cyril Ramaphosa has been forced to tighten lockdown restrictions in a bid to contain a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. On the other…

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Ethiopia declares a ceasefire in Tigray,rebels take control of the regional capital

Ethiopia declares a ceasefire in Tigray as rebels…

On Monday, Ethiopia declared a "unilateral ceasefire" in Tigray, claiming that rebels had retaken Mekelle, the regional capital. Addis Ababa announced in a statement that it was delaying hostilities to avoid disrupting the planting season…

Rwanda and DRC have established an economic partnership,Democratic Republic of Congo,three bilateral cooperation agreements

Rwanda and DRC have established an economic partnership

Following a meeting between the two presidents of state on Saturday, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda signed three bilateral cooperation agreements. The agreements were inked during Rwandan President Paul Kagame's visit to Goma…

mRNA Covid-19 vaccine,South Africa

South Africa to get WHO’s mRNA Covid-19 vaccine…

WHO (World Health Organization) is setting up a “tech transfer hub” in South Africa that would enable African companies to start manufacturing mRNA vaccines. This technology is used in some of the most promising vaccines…

Elections in Algeria,protest movement,Algeria Election 2021

Elections in Algeria: A hot space

Looking with sceptic's eyes, Algeria is holding a parliamentary election which is otherwise boycotted by an influential protest movement. This is happening due to a lot of factors such as political instability, a sharp drop…

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Abubakar Shekau,Nigeria's Boko Haram leader is dead,Rival militants ISWAP said in an audio recording

Rival militants ISWAP said in an audio recording…

The militant group of Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) said in an audio recording heard by Reuters on Sunday that Abubakar Shekau, leader of rival Nigerian militant Islamist group Boko Haram, was dead. A…

An attack on a village,Northern Burkina Faso

An attack on a village in Northern Burkina…

Roughly over 135 people have been killed by armed men that were linked to Alqaeda and ISIL. Despite no group has claimed responsibility so far. Government spokesman,  Ousseni Tamboura told the reporters that seven children…

The World Bank pauses their payments,Mali Government,the Military Coup

The World Bank pauses their payments to Mali…

Talking about uncertain political and economical force, Mali in Africa tops the list. This year in May, the Malian Army led by Vice President Assimi Goita captured President Bah N'daw, Prime Minister Moctar Ouane and…

Third COVID-19 wave looms on Africa,severe vaccine crunch

Third COVID-19 wave looms on Africa amid severe…

WHO has raised alarming concerns over surgingcases of COVID-19 cases across African nations Africa is witnessing a sharp surge in Covid-19 infections amid an acute shortage of vaccine doses and necessary medical supplies. On Thursday,…