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[East African] Rwanda hit the September global target of fully vaccinating 10 percent of its 12.9 million population against Covid-19 and is among countries recommended by the European Union to have unrestricted access for non-essential travel its territory.

[The Herald] PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has called for equal access to Covid-19 vaccines saying although the pandemic has caused major setbacks all hope was not lost.

[The Herald] The Midlands province is moving fast towards achieving herd immunity with over 31 percent of the population having been vaccinated across the province so far.

[263Chat] Fans of local Dancehall chanter Winky-D may have to wait a little longer before he can release his latest offering owing to diminished revenue inflows into the stable since the emergence of Covid-19 , 263Chat has learned.

[The Herald] Talented gospel musician Jane Doka has added another feather to her colourful music career after releasing a child-friendly video of her chart-topping single "Gore Remakomborero".

[Nyasa Times] Music and fun-loving Malawians rearing to go one of African music fest, the flagship Sand Music Festival slated for October 1 - 3 2021, will this year find it much easier and hussle-free to gets tickets to lakeshore music shindig, as the country's leading mobile financial services provider has join in to move things to a better place of comfort.

[Daily News] DEPUTY Permanent Secretary of the President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government (TAMISEMI), Gerald Mweli, has told the Teachers' Service Commission (TSC) to assess whether the recent process to promote teachers had any indications of corruption.

[The Point] It could be recalled that sometime in 2012, Dr Muhammadou M.O. Kah while serving as the Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the University of The Gambia (UTG) had his professorship questioned by Dr Gumbo Ali Touray, who at the time, was the Director of International Affairs at said UTG. It was alleged that Kah was conferred professorship by the American University of Nigeria (AUN). In which Touray lamented that Kah was not qualified to be considered a full professor as per the academic guidelines?

[Monitor] Cases of girls subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM) in the Karamoja and Sebei sub-regions have increased exponentially since the closure of schools early last year, the State Minister for Gender and Culture, Ms Peace Mutuuzo, has said.

[The Point] NTL Trust, an NGO that promotes travel, investments and personal security for enhanced multiple citizenships and careful residence planning says it has chosen The Gambia as African hub for business.

[The Point] Hamat Bah, the minister of Tourism and Culture says that the British government has agreed to lift some restrictions on Gambians carrying diplomatic passports.

[Algerie Presse Service] ALGIERS-Algeria has decided to "immediately close" its airspace to all Moroccan civilian and military aircrafts as well as those with Moroccan registration numbers, as from Wednesday, following the meeting of the High Security Council chaired by the President of the Republic, Supreme Chief of the Armed Forces, Minister of National Defence, Abdelmadjid Tebboune.

Digital protest movements like #MeToo and #MuteRKelly have raised awareness and produced real results, but social media movements also have their disadvantages.

Nirvana made music history in 1991 with "Nevermind" and its members became mainstream rockers overnight. However, that wasn't how Kurt Cobain wanted it.

Pop stars Billie Eilish, Elton John and Coldplay are among the many artists performing at the 2021 worldwide concert for climate and against poverty on Saturday,

[Egypt Online] Prosecutor General Hamada el Sawy Thursday met with a number of female prosecutors who finished their training program.

[Egypt Online] German Ambassador in Cairo Frank Hartmann said researches have concluded that there was no danger in vaccinating children less than 12 years old as well as pregnant women against the coronavirus.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -- The Sudanese police needs more women officers, to help and protect victims of gender-based violence, says activist Kamelia Kuku.


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