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5 Ways To Earn Through Social Media In Africa

If you are lagging behind in the social media earning spree, it is important that you start decoding the world of influencers and social...

Nigeria’s quest to protect millions of kids against deadly diarrhoeal disease

In partnership with Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance (Gavi), WHO, UNICEF and other partners, the Federal Government of Nigeria – through the National Primary Health...

Best Places for UK Migrants to Live and Work in South Africa

Settling in a new country is no joke. This process is usually cumbersome, and not doing things right will inadvertently affect your experience in...

Online Gambling: How To Do It Right

Casino games and sports betting are two of the most popular forms of gambling, and both can be extremely exciting for those who know...

Ghana warns citizens against unlicensed loan firms

Ghana's central bank has cautioned the public against going to loans from unlicensed entities providing of loans to consumers. According to the bank of Ghana...

South Africa: New Zulu King Misuzulu ka Zwelithini crowned

South Africa's Zulu community has a new king called Misuzulu ka Zwelithini. He was crowned the new Zulu king on Saturday. The 48 year old's...

The Romanian Eternal derby

Probably most countries around the world with professional football leagues have some kind of entertaining derby. Punters can go to the website 1xbet.ug -...

The History and Popularity of Blackjack Game

We'll go over all you need to know about this card game in this post, including how it was started and why you should...

Nigeria: Police found 20 mummified bodies in suspected shrine

Police in Nigeria say they have discovered 20 mummified bodies at a suspected shrine near Benin city in Edo state. The bodies in a dried...

University of Ghana launches project to advance women in STEM

A project titled, “Transforming Institutions to Advance women leaders in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM): Lessons from Ghana and Kenya” (SISTARS) has been...

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