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One female candidate to run for Tunisia presidency

Kalthoum Kennou is the only woman to be accepted by the electoral commission to run in the country's upcoming presidential elections. Her candidacy is...

Lagos Fashion & Design Week Showcases Young Talent

The Lagos Fashion and Design Week has this year showcased young talent. The event is in its fourth edition, and aims to marry the...

Ugandan dance troupe wants to save traditional dance

Traditional dances in Uganda have struggled to stay relevant, with young people in the country much more interested in modern dance. A dance troupe...

Relative Calm Returns to Tripoli

Well, fierce fighting has been ongoing in the Libyan capital for months now, but calm has returned to Tripoli in more recent days. And...

Nigeria’s Pimped Rides

Nigeria's super rich are no strangers to conspicuous consumption, and there's no better way to flaunt your wealth than with a car that stands...

Egyptian Farmers Fear Ethiopia’s Dam Could Strangle their Agriculture

The construction of the Grand Renaissance Dam in Ethiopia is causing ripples among farmers outside of Cairo. In their opinion, it will bring a...

Slackbacking Still up and Running in South Africa

Hiking and backpacking are popular activities in South Africa. Hikers often have to lug their own equipment around. But a sturdy four-legged beast has...

Ugandan Banks Carrying out Transactions using the Chinese Yuan

Trade between Uganda and China has been soaring over the years and is poised to even grow further. As a result, some commercial banks...

Mohamed Morsi’s Trial Enters its Final Phase

Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's court case will soon be broadcast live on Egyptian television. This comes as the court began listening to his...

Mauritius: Thrill-Seekers Go to the Valley Of Colours

Almost a million tourists visited Mauritius last year, that's coming close to the number for its entire population. And it's not just the beaches...
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