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Transcript Countries of Africa Algeria Kenya South Africa Gabon Libya Uganda Zimbabwe Nigeria Tunisia Rwanda Zambia Niger Egypt Burundi Malawi Mali Sudan Tanzania Botswana Burkina Faso Eritrea Mozambique Angola Benin Ethiopia Madagascar Cameroon Togo Somalia Swaziland Chad Ghana Democratic Rep. of the Congo Rep. of the Congo Central African Equatorial Republic Guinea Liberia Guinea Senegal…

Region Four Golf Tour Limps At Crossroads

THE Africa Region Four Golf Competition which was to be staged this year is now at the crossroads due to a volatile situation caused by the Coronavirus threat. The annual competition was earlier scheduled to tee off in July this year in Uganda; the country has yet to confirm it due to different levels of…

Unlocking value in the railway network’s data

In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out how the rail industry is working to improve its use of data to deliver better services to passengers as commuters start to return to trains post-lockdown. Is flash the saviour of the storage universe? Our latest buyer’s guide assesses the choices for IT managers. And we examine…

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President John Magufuli urged Tanzania’s women to bear more children to boost the country’s economy [Photo, Courtesy] All is almost 'normal' in Tanzania as primary and secondary open their gates to students on 29 June following a directive by President John Pombe Magufuli a fortnight ago. The move to re-open schools follows that of opening institutions…

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Transcript Algeria South Africa Africa Libya Zimbabwe Tunisia Zambia Egypt Malawi Sudan Botswana Eritrea Angola Ethiopia Cameroon Somalia Chad Democratic Rep. of the Congo Rep. of the Congo Liberia Senegal Cote D'ivoire Guinea-Bissau Morocco Gabon Kenya Nigeria Uganda Niger Rwanda Mali Burundi Burkina Faso Tanzania Benin Mozambique Togo Madagascar Ghana Swaziland Equatorial Guinea Central African…

The ultimate global tipping cheat sheet …

Transcript GLOBAL GUIDE TO .. . .... TIPPING BOARDING PASS TIPS PASSPOR When a service charge isn't included in the bill, many of us are stuck with that post-dining quandary of how much to tip. And with so much variation in tipping habits across the globe, it's no wonder there's so much confusion. TIPPING AROUND…

Ethiopia: Ethiopia, Egypt Trade Words Over Nile Sharing Treaty

Ethiopia has accused Egypt of trying to revert to the 1959 colonial agreement that gave it dominance over the Nile waters, warning that the stance by Cairo could torpedo the new Nile Treaty of 2010. The two countries are locked in a bitter dispute over usage of the Nile River waters, with Egypt charging that…

Coronavirus trend: The pandemic is far from over

While the first countries are easing their lockdowns, others report more and more new cases every day. Data for the global picture shows: The pandemic is far from over. These charts and this article are updated every Friday between 1pm and 4pm (CET +1h).  What’s the current global trend?  The goal for all countries is to make it to the blue part of the chart and stay…

Africa: Egypt’s Expedient Hydro-Politics On the Nile

Ethiopia and Egypt are historically intertwined. The two countries are connected by Nile bloodline. Conflicts and cooperation along the Nile river go back as far as the time of the pharos. The word Nile is probably derived from sematic root "nahal" meaning river valley, which later took the forms "Neilos" in Greek and "Nilus" in…

170 nations endorse UN ceasefire appeal during COVID crisis

UN Member States, Observers and others, sent a strong political message this week, with the announcement that 170 signatories have now endorsed the UN’s call to silence the guns, and stand united against the global threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. The initiative, prompted by Malaysia, shows that a large majority of nations are now standing…

East Africa: Concern As EAC Budgets Not Read At the Same Time

Private sector players in the region under the umbrella body, the East African Business Council, have asked East Africa Community partner states to adhere to the Treaty requiring them to read their budgets simultaneously. EABC says harmonisation of the budget presentation helps in the timely implementation of Community projects such as infrastructure, energy and takes…

Kenya: Organisations Call on Govt to Ensure Access to Asylum Seekers During COVID-19 Pandemic

Nairobi, 22nd June 2020 – A coalition of international, national, and refugee-led organizations in the Horn, East and Central Africa (HECA) have today called on governments in the region to reopen borders for asylum seekers. The organisations are calling on governments to put in place measures that manage the current health emergency while ensuring asylum…
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2 dead, 8 others injured in Greenville, South Carolina, nightclub shooting

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Epstein accuser: ‘Prince Andrew should be panicking’

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FDA commissioner ‘concerned’ quarter of Americans could reject coronavirus vaccine

July 5, 2020 | 1:44pm | Updated July 5, 2020 | 1:44pm Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn said it was “concerning” that a new survey found more than a quarter of adults would “definitely” or “probably” not accept a free coronavirus vaccine. During a discussion about the possible timetable for developing a vaccine,…

Too soon to say if safe to hold Republican convention in Florida, U.S. official says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A top Trump administration health official said on Sunday it was not clear whether it will be safe to hold the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville next month, as Florida sees record numbers of coronavirus cases. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to attendees as he hosts a 4th of July…