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World Bank predicts sub-Saharan Africa recession in 2020 [Business Africa], Not Again.

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  Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to go into recession this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is according to a World Bank assessment of the impact of covid-19 in this part of the continent. GDPs are expected to fall in Nigeria, Angola and South Africa, the three largest economies in sub-Saharan Africa. World Bank […]

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signs your partner may be cheating on you is an article with an African touch by ANTtention Media Africa

Every cheating Partner MUST be doing 4 of these 13 things. Did i omit anything?

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Sometime in 2018 after a workshop. A gentleman walked up to me, greeted and asked. “Can you give me a couple of signs that show my partner may be cheating on me”. I was taken aback but today this question comes in every other day. It’s an amazing thing sitting in a quiet corner during […]

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Double Lives: I become Something Else By Night – by Temple Obike

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Today’s episode of let’s talk is, “ I become something else by night”. As a psychotherapist and counselor, you sometimes come across clients whose cases might challenge every ounce of critical thinking skills you may think you possess. This is usually the reason a level of open-mindedness is required on this path. One day you […]

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Ethiopian Protests

Over 50 killed in Ethiopia protests, 35 arrested

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Over 50 killed in Ethiopia protests, 35 arrested. July 1: ‘Several’ killed in Ethiopia unrest after singer shot dead Ethiopia’s prime minister says “several people” have been killed in unrest that followed the killing of a popular singer this week. Some reports say over 50 people were killed. Three bombs exploded in the capital Tuesday, […]

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Burundi labels covid-19 worst enemy

Burundi to boost testing labelling COVID-19 ‘worst enemy’

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Burundi’s new president has signaled that his government will take the coronavirus pandemic more seriously than his dead predecessor, calling the virus the country’s “worst enemy” and announcing new screenings. President Evariste Ndayishimiye on Tuesday said the screenings will be launched wherever clusters of cases are suspected, and that soap prices and water bills will […]

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