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‚ÄúONE‚ÄĚ WASH PROGRAM IMPROVES WELL-BEING OF VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES IN ETHIOPIA

Ethiopia‚Äôs ‚ÄėOne‚Äô model, under which the government runs its Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ( WASH…

UK LOOKS TO ‘RIGHT THE WRONGS’ OF ‘WINDRUSH’ SCANDAL

The British government said Monday it was determined to "right the wrongs" of its treatment…

HOW FASHION ENTREPRENEURS CAN CONQUER COVID-19: EXPERTS SHARE TIPS AT FIRST FASHIONOMICS AFRICA WEBINAR

The African Development Bank‚Äôs (www.AfDB.org) Fashionomics Africa (www.FashionomicsAfrica.org) initiative on Tuesday launched its first webinar…

SOUTH AFRICAN CIGARETTE MAKERS CHALLENGE SALES BAN

A South African court on Wednesday begun hearing a controversial petition challenging a tobacco sales…

UPROAR AS UGANDA PURSUES PLAN TO DAM WATERFALL IN NATIONAL PARK

The boat edged as close as possible to the deafening surge of water roaring over…

EGYPT CLEANS UP FOR RETURN OF TOURISTS

Hotels have ramped up hygiene, archaeological sites have been sanitised and beaches cleaned up --…

NIGERIA’S NOLLYWOOD GETS CREATIVE TO COPE WITH VIRUS CRISIS

As coronavirus closed businesses around the world and forced billions to stay home, Nigerian director…

LEGACY OF 2010 WORLD CUP ENDED ‘AFRO-PESSIMISM’, SAYS S.AFRICA FOOTBALL BOSS

Danny Jordaan, the man who spearheaded the 2010 World Cup, believes the tournament put an…

AFRICAN FOOTBALL STARS TAKE PART IN CORONAVIRUS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

African footballers have been participating in a social media challenge in a bid to raise…