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South Africa: ‘Never Give Up’ Says First Black African Woman to Scale Everest

By Gopal SharmaKathmandu — The first black African woman to conquer Mount Everest urged fellow Africans to "never give up" on their dreams on...
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South Africa: Phillip Dexter Sends Lawyer’s Letter to Helen Zille Over ‘Callous, Cruel Personal...

By Jenna EtheridgePolitician Phillip Dexter has issued a lawyer's letter to former Western Cape premier Helen Zille over what he calls a "callous and...
Modi’s Win Bodes Ill for India, and the World

Modi’s Win Bodes Ill for India, and the World

The world’s largest secular democracy has just moved further away from its foundational ideals—exemplifying a...
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Tanzania: Hope At Last for Tanzania Rights, Governance Commission

By Khalifa SaidDar es Salaam — After almost two years without a chairperson and commissioners, the Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG)...
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Uganda: We Have Other Priorities, Government Tells Striking Teachers

By Patience AhimbisibweKampala — The hopes of striking teachers to...
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Tanzania: Two Million Women Give Birth Yearly As Life Expectancy Reaches 64 Years

By Habel ChidawaliDodoma — The government said on Thursday, May 16, 2019 that at least 2 million women give birth in the country annually. The...
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Liberia: Fly Alarms – allAfrica.com

The leadership of the Federation of Liberian Youth or FLY, a national youth body in the country alarms that the government through the Ministry...
Waking up to the Sunrise Movement

Waking up to the Sunrise Movement

“You can love two children at once,” a colleague once told me. He meant that advocates for a single issue...
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Namibia: Commission of Inquiry Into Ancestral Land Begins Work

By Kuzeeko TjitemisaThe Presidential Commission into Claims on Ancestral Land Rights and Restitution held its first meeting from 6 to 10 May, having been...
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South Africa: ‘You Never Get Over It,’ Says SA Children’s Author Who Was Stabbed

By Jenni Evans"You never get over it," said South African author Dianne Case as she waited for a man, who she had initially tried...
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Central Africa: A Call for Justice in Africa’s Great Lakes Region

press release Last week, the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region met in Nairobi, Kenya, to discuss "combating impunity and upholding human rights as...
End ‘shame, isolation and segregation’ of fistula sufferers, urges UN reproductive health chief

End ‘shame, isolation and segregation’ of fistula sufferers, urges UN reproductive health chief

Marking the International Day on 23 May to end the almost entirely preventable condition, the head of the UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency,...
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Kenya: City Hall Workers Get Pay Rise After Fight With SRC

By Collins OmuloNairobi Governor Mike Sonko Wednesday announced a wage increase of between 15 and 28 percent for City Hall staff in a move...
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Sierra Leone: As 379,000 Benefits From Family Planning Contraceptive Services in 2018

By Ibrahim TarawallieMarie Stopes Sierra Leone has announced partnership with QCell mobile company to be able to provide more information, education and services on...
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Tanzania: Focus On Pertinent Issues, Meet Tasks Tanzanian Youth

By Christina MsejaTHE Pan African Youth summit has called upon Tanzanian youth to fully utilize the occasion scheduled to take place between today and...
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Ghana: Study Recommends Support for Female Entrepreneurs

By Jonathan DonkorA study on the effect of trade activities by manufacturing firms on national development has recommended increased support for female entrepreneurs whose...
‘No Songs Can Be Sung’: Eurovision Goes to Israel

‘No Songs Can Be Sung’: Eurovision Goes to Israel

Sea breeze, laughter, and pop anthems fill the air at the Eurovision Village, a sprawling fairground only feet from the...
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Zimbabwe: Magistrate Acquitted On Bashing, Kidnapping Maid Claims

Esigodini resident magistrate, Tawanda Muchemwa, who has been facing charges of kidnapping and assaulting his housemaid, was on Wednesday acquitted of both charges. Harare regional...
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Kenya: City Hall Workers to Finally Receive 15% Pay Raise

By Collins OmuloNairobi Governor Mike Sonko has announced that his administration is ready to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with its workers from...
UNMISS and partners aim to de-militarize civilian facilities; improve conditions for returns in Upper Nile - South Sudan

UNMISS and partners aim to de-militarize civilian facilities; improve conditions for returns in Upper...

By Isaac Billy The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and partners are working with military commanders and government officials to create a safe...
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Liberia: 11 Maternal Deaths Reported in Nimba

By Ishmael F. MenkorWithin less than five months, the Nimba County Health Team (NCHT) has reported about 11 maternal deaths across the county, prompting...

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