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Botswana announces discovery of another huge diamond

Botswana has announced another discovery of a huge rough diamond, toppling an earlier huge discovery of the stone. The discovery on June 12 was carried...

The 20 most peaceful countries in Africa for 2021

The Institute for Economics and Peace has released the Global Peace Index for 2021. The index is a result of a study of 163 independent...

5 Travel items that can make your journey less stressful

To ensure a safe and comfortable trip, it is important to carry the necessary items to help smoothen the journey. You wouldn’t want to...

COVID-19 PCR Test Requirements to Travel to Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s borders remain open during the coronavirus pandemic. Foreign citizens are able to apply for an Ethiopian visa and travel to the country provided they meet all the...

Boat with 160 passengers onboard sinks in Niger River

Nigerian authorities have said that a boat with 160 passengers onboard on Wednesday sank in the Niger River. The accident happened due to what reports...

Water in Lake Malawi turns green

The water in Lake Malawi has turned green in a rare phenomenon that has raised concerns among citizens. Authorities in the country have explained that...

5 Ghanaians arrested in Dubai for drug trafficking, one jailed 10 years

Officials in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have arrested five Ghanaians for trafficking drugs into Dubai. One of those arrested has been jailed for ten...

Sierra Leonean author projects African words with English alphabet

Vickie Remoe is a Sierra Leonean, journalist and activist who recently decided to launch a project to project African words with the English Alphabet. Inspired...

The African Union’s digital Covid-19 passport for travelers

The African Union has developed a common continental Covid-19 digital passport for travelers and airlines. It is an initiative by African Union's lead health agency,...

Egyptian lost city dating back over 3,400 years discovered

Egyptian Archaeologists have announced the discovery of a lost ancient city which was supposedly buried under sand for thousands of years. Experts say the discovery...

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