Somali e-commerce takes off, despite few internet users
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Somali e-commerce takes off, despite few internet users

*Despite low numbers of internet users and sluggish speeds, e-commerce businesses are popping up in…

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The financial cost of natural disasters around the world
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The financial cost of natural disasters around the world

Very often people assume it is only in Africa that worst natural disasters occur after…

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South Africa: The fight against corruption  [The Morning Call]
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South Africa: The fight against corruption [The Morning Call]

A corruption scandal implicating high ranking executives in South Africa. The deputy leader of the…

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Burundi banana beer [The Morning Call]
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Burundi banana beer [The Morning Call]

Long before Europeans introduced Africans to their beer brewing techniques, Africans were already using locally…

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Press Review of October 17, 2018 [The Morning Call]
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Press Review of October 17, 2018 [The Morning Call]

We review the headlines of Africa’s top newspapers on The Morning Call… READ MORE :…

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Tunisia fishermen cash in on blue crabs
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Tunisia fishermen cash in on blue crabs

Blue crabs are one of the most recognizable varieties of shellfish. They are also one…

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Zimbabwe VP in South Africa for medical checks – govt
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Zimbabwe VP in South Africa for medical checks – govt

Zimbabwe’s Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is receiving treatment in South Africa for injuries sustained in…

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Egypt: Sisi to discuss a strategic partnership with Putin
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Egypt: Sisi to discuss a strategic partnership with Putin

*Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Tuesday commenced a three-day official visit to Russia where…

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Kanye West records music in Uganda
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Kanye West records music in Uganda

Burkina Faso: first stone monument in memory of Thomas Sankara
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Burkina Faso: first stone monument in memory of Thomas Sankara

The first stone of a monument to the memory of Thomas Sankara was laid October…

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