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[Daily Trust] Kaduna -- Farida was stepping into a dangerous world. Peer pressure, curiosity, sex, drugs, teenage pregnancy, teenage crime, gang--anything was possible. At age 17 she joined a group called the "9ja Girls" in Kaduna.
[Daily Trust] The Federal Government recently announced that students in exam classes across secondary schools in the country would resume on August 4, 2020 to prepare for their final examinations, which begins August 17.
[Premium Times] American rapper and business mogul, P. Diddy, has been announced as one of the executive producers of Burna Boy's next studio album dubbed 'Twice As Tall'.
[This Day] Patoranking's new body of work, 'Three', which comes exactly one year and three months after his sophomore album, holds a lot of meanings to the reggae/dancehall superstar.
[Daily Trust] The Nigerian music industry is having a unique facelift today thanks to bubbling young talents like Emmanuel Ugah, who thrills and spins music lovers with the right notes at the perfect time.
[Nation] The parents association at Brookhouse Schools has protested as illegal a move by the school asking guardians to pay Sh45,000 for their children to be re-enrolled.
[The Herald] Zimbabweans should use their education to solve challenges bedevilling the country and use local expertise to manufacture goods instead of importing.
[Monitor] Uganda has the second youngest population in the world with 15 million students across learning institutions. These learners are currently at home due to closure of schools due to Covid-19.
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -- The epic road travel by the Rediscover Botswana team can be an inspiration to those who wish to travel around the country but do not have the courage to do so.
[East African] Kenya Airways is yet to be granted permission to fly to Tanzania a week after the government announced it had struck a deal with Dar es Salaam for resumption of flights.
[Daily News] THE new tourism season that was launched in June this year is unfolding in style as major airlines restart flights to and from Tanzania, bringing in a substantial number of tourists.
Nazi-defamed artist, creator of the iconic "Floating Angel," Barlach is being celebrated in an exhibition at Dresden's Albertinum museum.
In Tel Aviv, in Kuwait, on the pyramids of Giza — landmark structures all over the world have lit up with the Lebanese flag. The images have gone viral.
[The Herald] The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has released over $2.5 million to support Government and various implementing partners to continue providing quality sexual reproductive health and Gender Based Violence (GBV) services during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Reporting rape is traumatic for anyone, but having to pay two months' wages to complete the medical form prevents many in Ghana from seeking justice, said a leading actress whose campaign to waive fees has reached the presidential palace.
[SAnews.gov.za] To commemorate Women's Month this year, Cabinet will champion women's rights and gender equality.