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[East African] The cost of Covid-19 testing is now becoming a hindrance to free movement of people and goods within the East African Community.

[East African] The Food Agriculture Organization in collaboration with the European Union on Wednesday launched a three-year project in Somalia to enhance food security by increasing job opportunities in the fisheries and livestock sectors.

[New Zimbabwe] THE Medical and Mental Practitioners Council of Zimbabwe has warned the public over social media adverts by some unscrupulous medical practitioners claiming to be able to treat Covid-19 using Ivermectin, Doxycycline and Nano Silver.

[Namibian] A GROUP of Walvis Bay residents completed recording a version of the 'We are the World' unity song this week.

[Nairobi News] Tanzanian musician Alikiba is reported to have parted ways with Sony Music Entertainment Africa only five years after being signed by the major global music label.

[Premium Times] Burna Boy is the only Nigerian and African artiste on the playlist.

[This Day] The Vice Principal of the Community Secondary School Kadandani in Rimi Local Government Area of Katsina State, Mr. Ibrahim Sale, has admitted to the police authorities that he had sexual relationship with his 12-year-old student.

[Monitor] By Malcolm Musiime

[MAP] Addis Ababa -- Morocco called Wednesday before the African Union (AU) for an African strategy to ensure accessibility to education for African populations.

[This Day] Air Peace has announced that it would resume flights into Dubai via Sharjah on February 5, 2021.

[Nation] Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala has defended the recent appointment of supermodel Naomi Campbell as Magical Kenya's international ambassador, saying the appointment is set to market Kenya through the model's international networks.

[Namibian] NWR downplays Namutoni decay

Despite his age, his COVID illness in 2020 and the #MeToo accusations, the man just keeps on singing. Even at 80, Placido Domingo is still on stage.

While interest in religion decreases, a new Bible for the digital age, with simpler words and short sentences, aims to reach young people in Germany. 

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[This Day] Ugo Aliogo examines the efforts by some organisations to address the issue of sexual gender-based violence in the country

[Nation] The main obstacle to women's access to control and use of land in pastoralist communities is culture that only allows men, who head the households, to control and manage the resources. Pastoral counties have thus, been asked to actively involve women on land issues.

[SAPS] Collaboration between the police and community members led to the arrest of a man suspected to be responsible for the murder of a 32-year-old woman in Vosloorus on the 11 January 2021. The suspect, aged 32, was arrested on Monday, 18 January 2021, at his place of residence in Vosloorus.


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