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Presidential election in chaotic Guinea-Bissau could resolve political impasse

“After weeks of political turmoil including violent protests, an alleged coup attempt and the emergence of two competing prime ministers,…

John Magufuli gets honorary PhD for outstanding leadership

“The University of Dodoma, Tanzania’s biggest public learning institution, on Thursday conferred an honorary doctorate degree to President John Magufuli…

Pope Francis urges respect for prostitutes

“Pope Francis led an impassioned mass for tens of thousands of emotional worshippers at a packed Bangkok stadium Thursday, urging…

Zimbabwe: 10-Month-Old Baby Detained in Police Brutal Crackdown of Citizens

“A 10 month-old is among eight people who were arrested on Wednesday 20 November 2019 as Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP)…

Zimbabwe: Breaking News – 96 Hours of Dry Taps For Bulawayo Residents

“The City of Bulawayo has moved to tighten its water rationing schedule from 72 to 96 hours a week as…

Readers from 28 countries

Today our readers come from USA, Indonesia, Singapore, India, Nepal, China, Kazakhstan, Finland, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Algeria,…

Some African superstitions worth believing because they are backed by science

” when it comes to African myths, most people believe without questioning.” source:  https://www.pulse.ng/lifestyle/food-travel/some-african-superstitions-worth-believing-because-they-are-backed-by-science/epxs0hx You may also be interested in: Brilliant…

East Africa’s superstitions

“East Africa is ripe with superstitions. Some of them are funny, some of them are nerve-racking, and all of them provide…

Natural Resource Governance Institute Jobs in Tanzania

“Background/NRGI Summary: The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) is a nonprofit policy institute that promotes the responsible management of oil,…

Nigeria’s trafficking curse: the battle to dispel the black magic behind sex slavery

“belief in juju to kill or maim is deeply rooted in Edo state, the home of about nine in every…

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