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[The Herald] Nurses in the public sector are to be held to high professional standards with those who strike likely to be moved from the permanent staff and having to reapply for fixed term contracts should they wish to resume work under a revamped nursing service now being designed by the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
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[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -- Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee (MVAC) report has projected that 2.6 million people as requiring humanitarian food assistance.
[Namibian] In a bid to spread hope of prosperity and a brighter future, the United Nations has collaborated with some of Namibia's top artists to create a song celebrating 75 years of its existence.
[New Era] After an illustrious ten-year tenure as one of Namibia's very own music guru's, the golden child of Namibian Hip-Hop and Rnb, has decided to call it quits. He did this via his social media platform and shocked many of his fans about his seemingly abrupt decision to stop making music.
[New Zimbabwe] Bulawayo mayor, Solomon Mguni has led tributes from the city council for late popular musician Mgcini Calvin Nhliziyo who was killed in a hit and run car accident Saturday night.
[The Herald] Next year's examination classes returned to school yesterday under careful supervision and strict adherence to regulations aimed at controlling the spread of Covid-19.
[Vanguard] Abuja -- The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has appealed to the media not to report the alleged N7.3 billion contract scam involving it at this time, saying such action could pitch the masses against it considering the current situation in the country.
[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -- Deputy Minister of Education, Dalitso Kambauwa Wirima says the ministry is committed to providing short and long term solutions on challenges that most primary and secondary schools are currently facing amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
[DA] At the Tourism Portfolio Committee meeting this week the Board of Airline Representatives of South Africa (BARSA) confirmed that government's handling of Covid-19 and the lockdown has placed South Africa in grave risk as Africa's airline hub. The manner in which international tourism is being handled by the Ramaphosa administration has initiated a discussion amongst the international tourism industry that countries such as Namibia, Kenya and Ethiopia be considered as Africa's travel hub, instead of South A
[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has huge eco-tourism potential. It is blessed with natural tourist sites such high towering chains of mountain peaks, swarm of hills, mountain roof-top plateaus, intermountain riverine valleys, plains, deep gorges, rifts, lakes, rivers and other attractions. The economic significance of these attractions is associated with geological and cultural landscape of particular area. Such sites can be classified as geo-tourism and geo-tourism can have diverse product lines depending on the specific featur
[Nation] Maulid. Food and Expo. Art, yoga and kite festivals. These are just a few of a slew of art and culture experiences that Lamu County used to dish out to the world and which boosted its tourism profile.
It was found in Kyiv and ended up in California — here's how a painting by Renaissance master Lucas Cranach the Elder stolen and resold by the Soviets may be coming home.
Most discussions surrounding colonial looted art refer to material works. But what about music?
From international campaigns to grassroots Facebook groups, many targeted by hate speech are finding new ways to fight it.
[Namibian] Deputy minister of gender Bernadette Maria Jagger on Monday visited the site where the remains of 22-year-old Shannon Wasserfal were found at Walvis Bay and also paid a visit to her family.
[New Zimbabwe] The continued shortage of water in Harare has led to desperate women and girls being preyed upon for sex by some suppliers of water using bowsers.
[Daily News] UN Women has said 118 rural women in Shinyanga and Singida regions are set to benefit from Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) and entrepreneurship.