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Monthly Archives: November, 2020

WHO warns malaria death toll to exceed COVID-19’s in sub-Saharan Africa

The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that deaths from malaria due to disruptions during the coronavirus pandemic to services designed to tackle the disease...

Africa Development Solutions to host webinar that will explore continent’s readiness for COVID-19 vaccines

As the world hurtles towards a COVID-19 vaccine, the Africa Development Solution (ADS) in partnership with Africa Health Business and Mansa Media...

Nigeria’s central bank governor projects economy to grow by 2% in 2021

Nigeria’s central bank governor, Godwin Emefiele, projects the economy will grow by roughly 2% in 2021. Africa’s largest economy slipped...

Boko Haram kill 110 farmers in Nigeria

Boko Haram killed 110 people in an attack on a village in north-east Nigeria, according to the UN humanitarian coordinator in the country.

Kenya’s biggest bank to purchase Rwanda, Tanzania banks

Kenya’s top lender by assets, KCB Group, announced on Thursday it has entered a binding agreement to purchase a controlling stake in Rwanda’s Banque...

Malawi gives green light to cannabis production for industrial and medicinal use

Malawi is ready to begin commercial production and processing of cannabis for medicinal and industrial use, the southern African country’s new Cannabis Regulatory Authority...

Burkina Faso president Kabore wins re-election

Burkina Faso President Roch Kabore will serve another term in office after winning Sunday’s poll by a large margin, preliminary results indicate.

South Sudan urged to stop charging East Africans visa fees, embrace use of National IDs

South Sudan, the newest country in the East African Community (EAC) bloc, has been called upon by the East African Business Council (EABC) to...

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How Mozambique’s history of violence is dashing hopes of economic progress

There is no saying that is so common in the minds of Mozambique citizens above the age of 40...
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Another win for President Nguesso ensures Congo’s economic crisis will prolong

At 77, Congo’s President Sassou Nguesso is four times older than the average Congolese, whose median age...

Why Equatorial Guinea’s bail-out plan with IMF crashed

Despite being promised an IMF bailout over a year ago, Equatorial Guinea is still waiting for the funds...

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LAUNCH: THE STATE OF AFRICA 2020 CONFERENCE

Mansa Media in partnership with Afrochampions Initiative...