Africa: Nigeria V Tunisia – Who Will Soar Higher?

It will be a clash of two titans when Nigeria Super Eagles lock horns with Tunisia Carthage Eagles in Garoua. Both former champions contest for who will soar higher as they eye a place in the quarterfinals of…

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Nigeria: Dangote’s Wealth Surges by U.S.$1.3 Billion in Three Weeks, Nears Senegal’s GDP

Mr Dangote’s wealth is on course to see greater boost later in 2022 when his $19 billion petroleum refinery project is expected to be delivered. Aliko Dangote recorded a boost of as much as $1.3 billion in his…

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Africa: Thrilling Pairings On the Road to Qatar 2022

African contenders to represent the continent in the FIFA World Cup, Qatar 2022™ knew the fate of their upcoming opponents when the draw for the Third and Final Round of the African Qualifiers was held on Saturday. The…

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Ghana: Kwasi Wiredu Cleared the Way for Modern African Philosophy

Kwasi Wiredu, often called the greatest living African philosopher, passed on 6 January 2022 in the US at the age of 90. Wiredu was a central presence in the discipline by virtue of two highly influential books –…

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Egypt Receives 667,100 Doses of Astrazeneca Vaccine – Minister

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Higher Education Minister and Acting Health Minister Khaled Abdel Ghaffar said Egypt received on Thursday 667,100 doses of the coronavirus vaccine, produced by AstraZeneca pharmaceutical company. The AstraZeneca shots are offered by Belgium and Germany under COVAX mechanism…

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Eritrea: Epiphany Colorfully Celebrated – allAfrica.com

Asmara, 19 January 2022- Epiphany (Timket) was colorfully celebrated today 19 January in the presence of the members of the Holy Synod and religious leaders under the restrictive Guidelines imposed due to COVID-19 pandemic. The more than two…

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Africa: Study Shows Impact of Covid-19 Vaccines On Menstrual Cycles Not Clinically Significant – Society of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

A study into the disruption of menstrual cycles experienced by a few women after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine shows that menstruation is not significantly affected by the vaccine, the president of the South African Society of Obstetricians &…

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Egypt: Minister – Services On Egypt Portal to Reach 200 By End of 2022

Telecommunications Minister Amr Talaat said on Saturday 22/01/2022 that the ICT Ministry aims to increase the number of services offered on Egypt Portal to 200 by the end of 2022. Talaat’s remarks came during his meeting with Prime…

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Equatorial Guinea/Gabon: Cameroon Hosts Influx of Football Fans From Neighboring Gabon, Equatorial Guinea

Yaoundé — Cameroon says that within four days, at least 1,500 football supporters have entered the country from neighboring Equatorial Guinea and Gabon to support their teams that have advanced to Round 16 in the Africa Football Cup…

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Senegal: Acclaimed Franco-Malian Director Ladj Ly Opens Free Film School in Senegal

Ladj Ly, the director of Cannes Jury prize-winning film Les Miserables, this week opened Africa’s first free film school – in the Senegalese capital Dakar. The Ecole Kourtrajmé, named after the collective he founded in France, is offering…

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