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[Nyasa Times] Since the first case of Coronavirus-related death in April, Malawi has cumulatively recorded 146 deaths as the total figure of registered cases is now at 4,658.
[Botswana Daily News] Serowe -- The COVID-19 pandemic has curtailed Serowe District Health Management Team (DHMT) efforts to roll out distribution of HIV self-test kits.
[SAPS] The communities serviced by above mentioned police stations are hereby informed that these stations are temporarily after members tested positive for Covid-19 virus.
[The Herald] Gospel musician Allen Jenje has released a single Ndinovimba which preaches hope.
[Daily Maverick] Amapiano music forms part of a selection of hypnotic South African sounds that captivate fans in incomparable ways.
[Nyasa Times] Joram Nyirongo has come into the limelight with his EP called Tamuuze which he reports writing and recording in one week.
[This Day] Abuja -- The 2020/2021 post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening will commence in Nigeria's higher institutions on September 7.
[Nation] Plans by Kakamega-based Masinde Muliro University to administer online exams starting this month have hit a snag after its students complained that they could end up being disadvantaged due to poor internet network in their home areas.
[Nation] When the government directed that all schools be closed following the Covid-19 outbreak, proprietors of private learning institutions were caught off guard.
[Citizen] Arusha -- The sector of natural resources and tourism is among the sectors that have gained achievements in a period of five years despite a myriad challenges.
[Namibian] NAMIBIA has had 2,5% more tourists in 2019 than in 2018.
[Namibia Economist] The Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta reassured the tourism industry that the ministry is doing its utmost best to revive the sector and to ensure that it recovers and emerges stronger after the shocks that have been caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
For decades, the Parisian woman has been romanticized as effortlessly glamorous. In her book "The New Parisienne," writer Lindsey Tramuta takes aim at what she sees as a harmful and exclusionary myth.
An exhibition in the memorial at Ravensbrück offers a disturbing look at life under the Nazis in the all-female camp.
In September, 13,000 people can attend a concert featuring Bryan Adams in Düsseldorf's arena. But is it a good idea?
[Nation] Parents secretly taking their girls to Archers Post in Samburu East for the cut at Sh8,000
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -- Women Solidarity Inc. (WOSI) has held a one-day validation exercise on the Simplified Version of the National Women Related Laws including the rape, inheritance and domestic violence law for onward distribution to local actors and stakeholders in Lofa, Nimba, Montserrado, and Grand Cape Mount Counties.
[SAPS] Women from various law enforcement agencies in Gauteng that include South African Police Service, South African National Defence Force, Provincial Traffic Police, Metropolitan Police Departments, Environmental Health and Home Affairs conducted operations under the banner #OperationBasadi around the Province, where more than 12 unlicensed firearms were recovered and suspects of gender-based violence arrested.