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Readers from 36 countries

Today our readers come from Algeria, Mali, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya,…

The state of Africa: the universities

A few days ago a Tanzanian friend noted, in an email, that ÔÇťAfrica is going backwards socially, politically and most…

Readers from 37 countries

Today our readers come from Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Senegal, Benin, Nigeria, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, Uganda, Canada, USA,…

Readers from 29 countries

Today our readers come from USA, United Kingdom, Denmark, Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, India, Hong Kong,…

Readers from 37 countries

Today our readers come from Canada, USA, Trinidad and Tobago, Honduras, Ireland, United Kingdom, Sweden, Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, Czech…

Kiswahili in Namibia classes by 2021

“Namibia plans to introduce Kiswahili in its curriculum by 2021” source: https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/ea/Kiswahili-in-Namibia-classes-by-2021/4552908-5422702-xj0f1jz/index.html You may also be interested in: APP now…

Tanzania like North Korea

“Tanzania and Uganda have some of the harshest SIM card monitoring policies in the world, joining the league of Saudi…

Cholera breaks out in eastern Uganda

“At least 10 people have been hospitalised following a Cholera outbreak in the eastern Ugandan district of Busia, a relief…

Getty Foundation saves Uganda’s modernist museum

“Sixty-five years after the iconic Uganda National Museum was built, its future is assured following a $135,000 grant from the…

Readers from 21 countries

Today our readers come from 21 countries, namely: Canada, USA, Brazil, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Kazakhstan, Philippines, Algeria,…

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