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[VOA] Kenyan authorities have begun a mass vaccination of girls against the human papilloma virus, HPV, which causes cervical cancer. According to the World Health Organization, the East Africa region has the highest rate of cervical cancer in the world.
[SNA] Genaina -The Rabid Support Forces (RSF) have embarked on rehabilitation of Genana hospital in the context of its great initiatives targeting Darfur states.
[Premium Times] Will Nigeria still achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by 2030?
[Observer] Kitgum district security committee has banned renowned People Power musician William Otim alias Bosmic Otim from henceforth holding any concert within the district.
[This Day] Dunsin Oyekan is a Nigerian contemporary Christian, a worshipper, singer-songwriter, producer, multi- instrumentalist and recording artist popularly referred to as 'The Eagle'. Oyekan, who is the convener of the Code Red Worship Experience started playing the bass guitar at age 10. His love for music and song-writing can be attributed to his late father who also loved music and encouraged him to learn the guitar. Generally described as an erudite and prophetic worship minister, his lyrics and music are bor
[This Day] Following a successful show in London, Nigerian UK-based singer and song writer, Josephine Emotan Shine, recently hosted fans and music enthusiasts to a listening party in Lagos where she unveiled her singles.
[Namibian] More than 370 000 pupils in 1 400 schools in all 14 regions of Namibia will benefit from the newly launched school-feeding programme.
[News24Wire] As a teenager working as a domestic worker in Johannesburg, Linda Maponyane believed she was destined for a different path.
[Ghanaian Times] PAccording to the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), education plays a key role in human, social, and economic development. It is also considered to be a human right and plays a key role in human, social, and economic development.
[Ghanaian Times] Beijing -PA 20-member delegation from Ghana are in the Chinese capital, Beijing, to participate in a training programme on Regional Aviation Management aimed at enhancing Ghana's quest to become an aviation hub in the West Africa sub-region.
[Citizen] Kenya Airways pilots are seeking a government-appointed mediator to arbitrate over their ongoing dispute with the airline's management, saying that failure to resolve the labour standoff will lead to a halt in operations.
[Daily Maverick] 'We cannot have a Home Affairs department that is corrupt,' declared President Cyril Ramaphosa in early October - while Barbara Dale-Jones was experiencing exactly that while travelling to Zimbabwe. As Ramaphosa visited the department's head office in Pretoria, engaging staff and senior management on strategies to speed up visas and make it easier for visitors to enter the country, hundreds of Zimbabweans and South Africans experienced only frustration, corruption and prejudice at the hands of Home Affairs
Archaeologists in the United Arab Emirates have discovered an 8,000-year-old pearl in a Stone Age settlement. Emirati experts believe pearls were traded in ancient Mesopotamia and perhaps worn as jewelry.
After US President Trump told Turkish counterpart Erdogan in a letter "not to be a fool" or a "tough guy" on Syria, Hillary Clinton mocked Trump by tweeting a fake diplomatic missive by J. F. Kennedy.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Name of Tanzanian medical researcher Julie Makani, 49, shot to the limelight yet again this week after BBC announced its 2019 list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world.
[Cameroon Tribune] A special thanksgiving mass took place at the hospital to exalt the Almighty for the gift of children.
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa has visited the police station with the highest number of rape cases reported, calling on officers to do more with their resources.