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[AIM] Maputo -- Mozambique's National Criminal Investigation Service (SERNIC) has arrested four individuals, suspected of being members of an organized criminal gang, whose activities, conducted from the Ressano Garcia border post, consisted of the forgery of negative results for Covid-19 tests for travel purposes.
[Namibian] The Development Bank of Namibia this week kicked off its Covid-19 relief loan promotion in the Kunene Region.
[ANGOP] Malanje -- Twenty-two people presented slight adverse reactions, in the last few days, after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19, in Malanje province.
[New Era] William Bongani //Garoeb, also known as Bonganisoul, was recently announced as one of five Namibian artists who will participate in the Africa Music Challenge.
[New Zimbabwe] Bulawayo songbird, Prosper Mapurisa is exploiting her talents to the full following the recent publications of her first book, 'Loan My Body' which is her attempt to expose the myriad difficulties encountered by Zimbabwean women in their everyday lives.
[The Point] National Centre for Arts and Culture (NCAC) and its partner, African Studies Association United Kingdom (ASAUK) Sunday ended its training workshops for 60 history teachers.
[New Times] There was a slow start to students' return to school on Thursday, April 15 as few of them showed up for the mass transportation exercise organized for them by government.
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -- The General Union of Secondary Education, on Thursday, called on the Education Ministry to take the decision to immediately suspend school classes for ten days.
[The Point] In a quest to attract more tourists at Stones Circle in The Gambia and Senegal, the president of L'Aventure Culturelle et Sportive S.A.S (ACS), a French-Senegalese based tour operator has called on government of The Gambia through the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to (create) a Senegambia Cultural Passport which will enable visitors/tourists to move or use the Senegambia trail project called Stone Circles of Senegambia Trail without any hindrances at the two countries' borders.
[The Herald] In today's tourism destination branding development, the ability to collaborate with stakeholders helps to create an awareness of destination marketing and provides an important competitive advantage. As a result, the ability of the Destination Marketing Organisation to interact effectively with stakeholders in the destination is important to its success.
[Monitor] West Nile's tourism potential remains untapped over the years, with government and local leaders doing little to improve the sector, Daily Monitor has established.
How an unhappy teenager became a star pianist and political activist: Igor Levit gives readers a personal glimpse of his life and what drives him.
Longyearbyen on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen is the world’s northernmost town. Some 2,400 people from some 50 nations live in the town despite the freezing Arctic temperatures in the Svalbard archipelago.
Almost all of the British royal family's funeral services are held at the church in Windsor Castle, where Prince Philip will be interred at the Royal Vault.
[Vanguard] Edo Queens Women Football Club's Coordinator, Sabina Chikere, says the team are optimistic about doing well at the Super 6 tournament in Ijebu-Ode.
[The Herald] A 58-year-old Beatrice woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexually abusing her three minor sons.
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -- The National Executive Committee of the Liberty Party (LP) has resolved to implement a gender sensitive policy that would see both women and men gain equal seats for both elected and appointed positions.