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[Premium Times] Nigerians have been cautioned to stop living in crowded rooms, seek medical advice when down with fever and be more alert to the outbreak of the cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM) in their environment.
[Nairobi News] Agency's Chief Executive Officer says the council is targeting six counties across the country for a major operation in the coming weeks to weed out the quacks.
[Daily News] THE government has taken measures to reduce newborn mortality in the country by setting up neonatal wards in all hospitals and improve provision of their services.
[Nyasa Times] Comedians-cum-musician, Gift Kainga popularly known as DJ Zimbabwe has come a topic of discussion in different social media platforms with his newly released song titled 'Gada' a cover to south African based king Monada's song 'Mwalwedhe'.
[Nairobi News] Just a few days after his highly successful Broadway show, Kenyan musician Eric Wainaina has challenged the government to offer more support to the music industry.
[The Herald] Nicholas Zakaria has been credited for mentoring top musicians in the country among them Alick Macheso and System Tazvida. He has earned himself the nickname "Senior Lecturer" for that role. Recently the musician collaborated with dancehall musician Jah Signal on his recently released album "Jaya".
[Guardian] Ibadan -President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, said Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) was right in its demands for better funding for education, because the sector is underfunded.
[Capital FM] Juja -President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that the marking of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams has been completed and the results are ready for release.
[Seychelles News Agency] Silhouette island, the fifth-largest of the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles archipelago, lies 20 kilometres north of Mahe - the main island. Ninety-three percent of the island is a national park, and the waters surrounding Silhouette are protected as a marine park.
[The Point] Tourism minister Hamat Bah has disclosed that his ministry will provide over 20,000 jobs in the country in 2019 through either music or culture.
[Daily News] THE arrival of about 10,000 tourists from China is expected in Tanzania next year, thanks to an agreement inked between the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) and Touchroad International Group of China which will organise the tours through chartered flights.
Following an anonymous tip, writer Mira Feticu has found a painting buried in a Romanian forest which appeared to be a stolen Picasso. However, two theatre directors now claim it was all part of their publicity stunt.
Twenty years after signing a global agreement to return art looted by the Nazis, Germany is accused of doing "far too little." The Berlin government recently tripled its funding for the ownership analysis of paintings.
[Daily Trust] A book titled 'My Transition Hours' by former Goodluck Jonathan will be formally presented to the public on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja.
[Guardian] Founder of EndoSurvivors International Foundation (ESIF), Mrs. Olivia Nwankudu has revealed that over 176 million women around the world suffer from endometriosis, a medical condition, which tissues that normally line the uterus grow outside of it, with a prevalence of one in every 10 Nigerian women.
[Nation] Institutional reforms at the African Union (AU) will enhance its efficiency in meeting Africa's needs and aspirations, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said.
[Government of Mauritius] Women entrepreneurs make a substantial contribution to the national economy through their participation in start-ups and their growth in small and medium businesses. Women entrepreneurship is therefore a sector which must be exploited to its full potential through the expansion of existing activities, diversification and enhancement of products.