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Feature: Vertical gardening trend blooms in Kenya amid climate change, pandemic

From use of soil-less technology to growing plants in ordinary sacks, vertical gardening is taking root in Kenya as land sizes shrink and climatic...

Relaxation of adherence to COVID-19 guidelines fuels spike in cases, deaths...

Stakeholders in Zambia have expressed worry that people's laxity in adhering to preventive guidelines against the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the cold weather, has...

Feature: Water shortages compound Zimbabweans’ COVID-19 woes

Battling a pandemic and the worst economic crisis in a decade, residents of Epworth, a town south-east of Zimbabwe's capital Harare find themselves saddled...

Kenya’s COVID-19 home-based care boosts recoveries, eases burden on health system

When Joan Macharia's brother early this month had symptoms of COVID-19 that include dry cough and fever, he visited a government hospital in the...

Feature: Egypt steadily works towards eradicating unsafe slums

"My dream of having a new house has come true," said Abdel Rahim Mohamed, a 40-year-old electricity technician who has moved into Al-Asmarat residential...

Referee bizarrely sends player off for farting during match

A footballer was bizarrely sent off the field of play for farting during a match in which his team went on to lose 6-2. Adam...

Pomp and color dominates Carnival in Sychelles

  Thousands of Seychellois and visitors from all around the world have converged in Seychelles to see floats, dancers, and entertainers make their way through...

University of Cape Town ranked best University in Africa

South Africa's University of Cape Town has once again been ranked the best university in Africa ahead of second placed University of the Witwatersrand, also...

Nigerian wonder artist’s work draws international attention

A young Nigerian Artist has sparked a huge sensation on social media across the continent with his amazing art works. 35-year-old Olumide Oresegun's paintings are...

Kenya wildlife flee fighting to seek sanctuary in Somalia

Kenyan military has launched an offensive to flush al shaabab militants from a forest along its border with Somalia is displacing wildlife. Al shaabab militants...
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