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  • July 19, 2024

Sports:Moroccan rider makes history as first Arab woman to compete in Eventing

Twenty-nine-year old equestrian, Noor Slaoui, is gearing up for the Olympic Games which get underway in Paris next Friday. She is about to become the first Moroccan female rider ever to …

UK pledges £84m to Africa, Mideast in bid to stop illegal migration

The newly elected British Prime Minister seeks to reset the UK’s approach to illegal migration. Keir Starmer announced Thursday £84m (or about USD 108m) in funding to tackle illegal migration. He …

Kenya Court suspends police ban on protests in Nairobi

A Kenyan court on Thursday (Jul. 18) halted a police ban on protests in the capital. The Milimani law courts ruled the ban remains suspended pending the hearing and determination of …

50% more cases of Covid reported Within 24 hours in South Africa

A new wave of the coronavirus driven by two new Omicron sub-variants in South Africa has led to more than 50% increase in infections in 24 hours. According to official figures …

W.H.O chief uses Ukraine war to question racial equality

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has highlighted coverage of the Ukraine war to question whether the world “gives equal attention to black and white lives”. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus …

Equatorial Guinea ends 13-month curfew

Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday lifted its 13-month which was aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19 and increased the number of international flights allowed. The country however maintained certain restrictive measures …

Jail or fine for Ugandans who refuse Covid -19 vaccination

Ugandans who refuse Covid 19 vaccination are likely to face a jail term of six months if they fail to pay a proposed fine of 4 million Ugandan shillings ($1,139). The …

How COVID 19 Leads to Other Health Conditions

Shortness of breath, heart rate abnormalities, and Type 2 diabetes have been identified as conditions that can emerge between one to five months after testing positive for covid 19. This is …

South Africa’s plan to “end” covid 19

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has opened a new vaccine manufacturing facility that he says will boost the country’s capacity to produce its own vaccines for diseases including COVID-19. The factory …

New Zealand put measures to keep out omicron variant

New Zealand will shorten the gap between second COVID-19 vaccine doses and boosters and push back the phased reopening of its borders in measures announced Tuesday to keep the omicron variant …

New Round of Covid-19 Vaccination in Zimbabwe

At public and private hospitals here in Zimbabwe, a new round of Covid 19 vaccination has begun, due to the discovery of new Covid 19 variant, omicron in neighboring South Africa …

Tips to tackle the stress of traveling and anxiety

How you respond to stress during the COVID-19 pandemic can depend on your background, your social support from family or friends, your financial situation, your health and emotional background, the community …