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Kenyan businesses pick up as normalcy returning amid anti-COVID-19 measures

Small and medium-sized businesses in Kenya are registering a steady surge in activities as business picks up in the East African nation amid observation...

COVID-19 cases surge to 174 in Zimbabwe

The number of COVID-19 positive cases in Zimbabwe rose to 174 as 14 more cases have been confirmed, the health ministry has said. In its...

AU, UNICEF condemn killing of health workers in Somalia

The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Sunday in separate statements condemned the abduction and deliberate killing...

EU condemns killing of migrants in Libya

The European Union (EU) Delegation and EU Member State Heads of Mission to Libya on Saturday condemned the killing of dozens of migrants in...

South Africa’s Eastern cape premier self- isolates after staffer tests positive...

South Africa's Eastern Cape Premier Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyaneis self-quarantining at home after a member of his core staff tested positive for the coronavirus. In a...

Cameroon receives COVID-19 related donation from UNICEF ahead of school reopening

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) delivered tons of hygiene and preventive materials to Cameroon on Saturday to help the Central African country fight...

Egyptian, French presidents discuss regional issues, focus on war-torn Libya

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron discussed on Saturday the development of several regional issues, including the situation in...

A landmine blast kills 10 in Mogadishu

  A landmine blast killed at least 10 civilians, injuring others on Sunday, a government official has confirmed. The explosion targeted a minivan ferrying civilians...

Rwanda reports its first death from Covid-19

  Rwanda’s Ministry of Health on Sunday reported the East African nation’s first death caused by the new coronavirus. The victim was a 65-year-old driver who...

South Africa allows phased reopening of tourism amid COVID-19

The South African government on Saturday announced a phased reopening of tourism, further easing COVID-19 restrictions starting from June 1. "Based on the COVID-19 epidemic...
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