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Tanzania witnessing increase in mental illness

Tanzania government has cautioned the health care system and the society to take special care of psychiatric patients as the East African nation witnesses...

Namibians urged to hand in illegal firearms

Namibians now have an opportunity to surrender all arms, ammunition or armaments contravening the Arms and Ammunition Act of 1996. According to a notification in...

Nigerian film, ’76 Makes Landmark Premiere in London

Nigerian cinematic production, ’76 becomes first Nollywood film to be chosen by both Toronto and London film festivals. The multi-million dollar landmark already scheduled to...

Researchers: Climate change threatens to double malaria risk from African dams

A study published in the Malaria Journal has shown that the number of Africans at risk of malaria who live near dams will nearly...

4000 rural schools electrified in Zimbabwe

In an effort to ensure access to reliable and sustainable energy for all, Zimbabwe has electrified over 4,000 primary and secondary schools across the...

Zambia court throws out election result challenge

Zambia's constitutional court on Monday threw out an attempt by the defeated presidential candidate to annul August's election results, clearing the way for President...

LG Electronics plan to venture into robot technology

South Korea's LG Electronics Inc said on Sunday it will aggressively invest in robots in an effort to capitalize on advancing artificial intelligence that...

Mixed reactions to South Sudan government agreeing to regional force

The planned deployment of a regional protection force to South Sudan has been met with mixed reactions. While people sheltering in UN compounds support the...

Baby gorillas named in Rwanda in a colourful ceremony

In an annual conversation event, Rwanda named 22 baby gorillas at the foot of volcanic mountains in the Northern Province’s Musanze district. Rwandan President Paul...

Government source says Zambia to prep for Lungu’s inauguration as court...

Zambia's government will proceed with plans to inaugurate President Edgar Lungu as the Constitutional Court's extension beyond a 14-day deadline of the opposition's legal...
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