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    Algeria's population takes it to the street to express opposition

    Tunis, Tunisia Politics, Research, Social, Breaking News 22 Apr 2019

    Algeria's population takes it to the street to express its refusal for a fifth term of the current ruling president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Protests are growing day after day in various locations and big cities of the country. It's a first-ever demonstration of categorical refusal and political... Read more

  • The expanding cannabis market - ExpoGrow 2019

    Irun , Spain Finance, Social, Cultural 26 Apr 2019

    The growing opening of legalization as recreational use of cannabis, in addition to the therapist in several countries of the world, such as Canada, regions of the United States, Australia, has created a powerful industry, making this substance known as "the new green gold". The ExpoGrow fair has... Read more

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    Sudan's Spring

    Khartoum, Sudan Current Affairs, Breaking News 28 Apr 2019

    Will be in Khartoum next week for television reporting on developments that may be Sudan' long awaited spring. Am available for TV features, lives, radio and photos. Read more

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    No single high profile murder in Ghana has been solved after going cold.

    Kumasi, Ghana Investigative Reporting 30 Apr 2019

    Series of murder and killing of high profile people, for more than two decades now, but none has been brought to its conclusive stage, especially after going cold. Ghanaians are becoming disillusioned, embittered, and doubtful about the work of security services and now taking charge of their... Read more

  • Pigcasso - the painting pig

    Cape Town, South Africa Arts & Books, Entertainment & Celebrity, Social 30 Apr 2019

    Pigcasso is a pig who was rescued from a slaughterhouse in Cape Town. Currently the animal is housed at a pro vegan animal sanctaury where he paints with his snout. The hog’s paintings fetch up to USD 2000 per item and is one of the main attractions at the sanctuary. During April the... Read more

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    Goverment clean up of iconic Manila Bay continues despite opposition from various groups

    Malolos, Philippines Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the rehabilitation of the Manila Bay at the heels of a successful six months drive to clean up the resort island of Boracay in the country's central portion. Skeptics say that it can't be done, but the administration is dead set on performing its task even at the... Read more

  • GSM Village: Creating jobs for droves of young Nigerians

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs, Technology, Breaking News 30 Apr 2019

    Backstory Nigeria is Africa’s 2nd largest economy after South Africa. It has an estimated population of 200 million people. Approximately 50% of this figure are people between the ages of 18-35 and most of them they are either unemployed or underemployed doing odd jobs that they dislike. However,... Read more

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    EU Parliament votes to ban single use plastic, Sierra Leone transforms trash to cash

    Freetown, Sierra Leone Science & Environment 30 Apr 2019

    As EU Parliament votes to ban single use plastic which are global environmental catastrophe. The waste to wealth entrepreneurs in Sierra Leone are building useful items like bricks for pavement of houses and roads, bio charcoal, stoves, pots and other useful household items out of used plastic. Read more

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    Book Review: Musical Instruments and Spirit Masks of Sierra Leone

    Freetown, Sierra Leone Arts & Books 30 Apr 2019

    As Musical instruments and Spirit masks of Sierra Leone are are becoming extinct, the author endeavors to catalog a very important element of the Sierra Leonean culture that would stand the test of time. Read more

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    Human body parts officially demanded

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Health & Fitness 30 Apr 2019

    About four thousand people are demanding human organs. About two thousand of them are desperately needing the kidneys. Body parts on demand included kidneys, liver, lungs, heart and pancreas. Health experts encourage people to join organ donor organisation, so that when they die, their seven body... Read more

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    Body parts officially demanded

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Health & Fitness 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: On bed kidney transplant beneficiary Cally Williams and her National Renal Care (RNC) nurse sister Salome Siebritz at Netcare Christiaan Bernard Memorial Hospital in Cape Town. Photo supplied by MNAPR By GODFREY SIGWELA SOUTH Africa has a huge shortage of organ donors. As a result... Read more

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    Early Childhood Development (ECD) on spotlight

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    The life of the Early Childhood Development (ECD) is under the spotlight as it is suspected that many bad things might be happening inside the closed doors. Earlier this year during the state of the nation address, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the ECD would be transferred from the Social... Read more

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    Why President Ramaphosa probe Early Childhood Development Centres in South Africa?

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: Early Childhood Development teachers under the Cookhouse Wind Farm in the Eastern Cape project celebrate their achievement. Photo supplied by TM Communications By GODFREY SIGWELA SOMETIMES it is difficult to understand someone's wisdom. During the recent state of the nation address... Read more

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    Illegal dumping a threat to South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Science & Environment 30 Apr 2019

    Illegal dumping spoils the environment and affects the public health through the combination of garbage diseases. That has posed a threat to the South African government and decided to campaign against littering. Executive mayor from Makana Municipality from the Grahamstown area confirmed the threat... Read more

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    Public health a threat to South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Science & Environment 30 Apr 2019

    Caption 1: Garbage piles up opposite the road in the Eastern Cape. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela By GODFREY SIGWELA SOUTH African government is facing a tough opposition from the people who repeatedly dumping waste illegally. This environmental challenge threatens the country's public... Read more

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    Nelson Mandela University produced unique graduates

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Social 30 Apr 2019

    Two blind men graduated recently and passed their honours degree in isiXhosa language at the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. These blind students believed that isiXhosa is an indigenous language need to be preserved in South Africa. This language has its roots in the... Read more

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    Dying indigenous language revived by the blind men

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Social 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: In jovial mood family members celebrating the achievement of blind graduate Avukile Jeke second from right. Flanked from left by his mother Zandile Jeke, sisters Aphiwe Jeke, Zenani Jeke and Aphelele Jeke. Photo supplied by NMUniversity By GODFREY SIGWELA GUIDED by the soul spirit... Read more

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    Judgement Day is around the corner in South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Natural Disasters 30 Apr 2019

    Day Zero term given to the total dropping water levels in reservoirs and dams started to haunt the people of South Africa. Basically, Day Zero is allegedly being viewed by some of the residents fearing it as the Judgement Day. To such an extent in one municipality they officially do not want to hear... Read more

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    Day Zero is the judgement day in South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Natural Disasters 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: Unused water turned green while dams level are dropping in the Eastern Cape Province. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela By GODFREY SIGWELA WARNING from the clergy people about the end of the world, that no longer pose a fear. But telling people about getting ready because 'Day Zero' is around... Read more

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    Health practitioner's alleggedly milks the budget through malpractices

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Eastern Cape Province Health Department in South Africa suffered a big financial loss due to the claims filed by the patients and their families following malpractice allegedly committed by their health practitioners while attending to the patients in hospital. Over billion rands were paid to legal... Read more

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    Health professionals gamble with their patients

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    By GODFREY SIGWELA HEALTH professionals gambling with the lives of patients cost the state billion of rands in South Africa. It is alleged that these health professionals fumble when they provide treatment to the patients. That has exposed patients into a malpractice and negligence. Some of... Read more

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    Grant officials hunting fraudsters in South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Social grant officials have sleepless nights wondering how the fraudsters could have stole large amount of money vie the cash cards of their beneficiaries. That followed a video doing rounds on social media depicts a group of criminals bragging about the money they stole from the social ... Read more

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    Fraudsters cash social grant money from the state

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: Burning vehicle tyres used as one form of demanding jobs in South Africa. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela By GODFREY SIGWELA CONSEQUENCES of unemployment took various forms among the jobless groups in South Africa. Sometimes the unemployed people took it to the street burning tyres demanding... Read more

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    Big foreign investment after general elections

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Industries which were previously destroyed during the unrest in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, are set to be revived. These were foreign supported industries which left a high rate of unemployment and poverty in the Eastern Cape. State President Cyril Ramaphosa also the president of the ANC, the... Read more

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    Billion rands election promise for South Africans

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: Supporters of ANC chanting freedom songs in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela By GODFREY SIGWELA DESTROYED industries which were previously established by the autocratic governments of the Eastern Cape are set to create jobs again in South Africa. They were... Read more

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    Viking Sun cruise liner visited South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Social 30 Apr 2019

    Unique South African culture continue to attract people of the world. More than eight hundred tourists were recently brought by the Viking Sun cruise liner in East London, Eastern Cape Province.The cruise liner was on its global tour. Read more

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    Dozens of Viking Sun tourists visited South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Social 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: Viking Sun cruise liner arriving in East London, South Africa. Photo supplied by TNPA By GODFREY SIGWELA DIVERSE South African culture appeal to many people of the world. As a result the unique country's culture continue to atttact dozens of tourists. In a latest... Read more

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    New techniques oppressed unemployed people in South Africau

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Unemployed people of South Africa are troubled by the new methods of getting jobs. Politics of the day and technological advancement together make it a daunting task to get a job. The expensive WiFi network and unfulfilled promises made by the politicians make it very difficult to apply for the... Read more

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    WiFi add woes to South African jobseekers

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Caption: Children delighted not troubled by the technology threat in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Photo by Godfrey Sigwela By GODFREY SIGWELA WHILE technology regarded as the best tool in doing a job, on other hand it has become a nightmare to the jobseekers in South Africa. To such an extent... Read more

  • Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Is Around the Corner

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Finance, Current Affairs, Technology, Breaking News 06 May 2019

    Enos Denhere is a freelance journalist based in Bulawayo and Harare, Zimbabwe. He is a prolific writer with more than 7 years of experience in the creative writing industry, writing in print and online media. He has more than two hundred online articles, links and news pages currently he published... Read more

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