Egyptian expats begin voting on contentious constitutional reforms

Egyptian expats are voting on constitutional changes that could allow President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi stay in power till 2030. Critics see the amendments as a move back toward authoritarianism. Egyptians living abroad

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This Summit is gearing towards a future driven by Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs

April 15, 2019,marked the day a new phrase enters popular discourse about how our economic futures could play out. The term “4th Industrial Revolution” has come to embody the conversation around

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Sudan’s Bashir transferred to jail notorious for holding political prisoners during his regime

Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who has been moved to the maximum-security Kober prison, is seen in Khartoum in September 2018. Khartoum, Sudan (CNN)Sudan’s ousted President Omar al-Bashir was transferred on

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Take me to a Den of Colors- Tydale Bassey Abigail

“Take me to a Den of Colors” The burden of vision groans In the confused hue lines of eyes-are-crying. Take me to a den of colors To see not the spiky

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Why universities in this East African country are in need of deep reform

By Ishmael Munene, Northern Arizona UniversityVice-chancellors of Kenya’s 33 public universities are demanding a three-fold tuition fee increase. They point out that the proposed fee increase will merely meet the actual

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Hospital in this East African country opens human milk bank, a first for the nation

When breastfeeding is not an option, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends donated human milk as a lifesaving alternative, and evidence paints a very strong picture in favour of donated human

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UK joins forces with Nigeria to fight human trafficking

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)The UK government and Nigeria’s anti-trafficking agency launched a new media campaign to prevent women and girls from being exploited and sold into modern-day slavery. The Department for International

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Three cops, four others sentenced to death for kidnapping

  An Akwa Ibom State High Court, Uyo, presided over by Justice Joy Unwana on Tuesday sentenced seven persons, including three policemen and a woman to death for their involvement in

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Audit Reveals Sierra Leone’s telco regulator’s alleged mismanagement

Following a technical audit, it is alleged that Sierra Leone’s telecom regulator NATCOM promoted favouritism and unfair competition within the telecommunications industry between January 2015 and July 2018. This is understood

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VoLTE still a hard sale in Africa

              Despite expectation around Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and its potential to disrupt the voice market in Kenya, local industry experts are sceptical about its

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