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South Africa: Police Record 2,300 Gender-Based Violence Complaints in First Week of Lockdown - Not 87,000

[Africa Check] High rates of gender-based violence are a huge concern for South Africa.
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South Africa: Police Record 2,300 Gender-Based Violence Complaints in First Week of Lockdown - Not 87,000

[Africa Check] High rates of gender-based violence are a huge concern for South Africa.

Ethiopia: Govt's Emergency Decree to Stay for Five Months

[Addis Fortune] The state of emergency Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) announced today will remain enforced for five months, according to informed people within the administration.
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Ethiopia: Govt's Emergency Decree to Stay for Five Months

[Addis Fortune] The state of emergency Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) announced today will remain enforced for five months, according to informed people within the administration.

Chad: Chad Can't Take Glory for Nigeria's War Efforts, Says Military

[This Day] Nigeria's Military High Command wednesday declared that the Republic of Chad cannot take the glory for Nigeria's war efforts in the 10-year-long insurgency war in the North-east and the Lake Chad Basin.
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Chad: Chad Can't Take Glory for Nigeria's War Efforts, Says Military

[This Day] Nigeria's Military High Command wednesday declared that the Republic of Chad cannot take the glory for Nigeria's war efforts in the 10-year-long insurgency war in the North-east and the Lake Chad Basin.

Rwanda: Kwibuka 26 - Arsenal Joins Rwanda in Commemoration

[New Times] Arsenal Football Club on Wednesday, April 08, joined Rwanda in commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that claimed over a million lives.
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Rwanda: Kwibuka 26 - Arsenal Joins Rwanda in Commemoration

[New Times] Arsenal Football Club on Wednesday, April 08, joined Rwanda in commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that claimed over a million lives.

Burundi: Football Team Plays Through Coronavirus Threat

[VOA] Burundi's national football club is continuing its pursuit of a championship, despite the deadly risk posed by the global spread of the coronavirus.
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Burundi: Football Team Plays Through Coronavirus Threat

[VOA] Burundi's national football club is continuing its pursuit of a championship, despite the deadly risk posed by the global spread of the coronavirus.

Africa: African Leaders Stand With WHO Boss Tedros After Trump Attack

[allAfrica] Cape Town -African leaders are coming out in defence of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and its Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus after US President Donald Trump attacked the organisation for being «China-centric» and &la
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Africa: African Leaders Stand With WHO Boss Tedros After Trump Attack

[allAfrica] Cape Town -African leaders are coming out in defence of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and its Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus after US President Donald Trump attacked the organisation for being «China-centric» and «mishandling» the novel coronavirus outbreak. Trump was quoted as saying: 'We're going to put a hold on money spent to the WHO."

Africa: These Four Countries 'Particularly Vulnerable' to COVID-19 - Report

[allAfrica] Cape Town -South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Sudan are particularly vulnerable to the spread of COVID-19, says a new survey of factors contributing to the risks which the pandemic poses to African nations.
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Africa: These Four Countries 'Particularly Vulnerable' to COVID-19 - Report

[allAfrica] Cape Town -South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Sudan are particularly vulnerable to the spread of COVID-19, says a new survey of factors contributing to the risks which the pandemic poses to African nations.

Rwanda: Six Ways to Commemorate 1994 Genocide During COVID-19 Lockdown

[New Times] As Rwandans pause to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, this year, there are changes to how people will remember the victims of the Genocide due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown.
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Rwanda: Six Ways to Commemorate 1994 Genocide During COVID-19 Lockdown

[New Times] As Rwandans pause to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, this year, there are changes to how people will remember the victims of the Genocide due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown.

Rwanda: COVID-19 - Nyabihu Bar Owner, Clients Fined Over Violating Lockdown

[New Times] A bar owner in Nyabihu District and six patrons have been fined for breaking the government directive imposing a lockdown on all activities apart from those providing essential service amidst COVID-19 pandemic.
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Rwanda: COVID-19 - Nyabihu Bar Owner, Clients Fined Over Violating Lockdown

[New Times] A bar owner in Nyabihu District and six patrons have been fined for breaking the government directive imposing a lockdown on all activities apart from those providing essential service amidst COVID-19 pandemic.

Cameroon: Bombing Kills 10, Triggers Renewed Boko Haram Fears

[VOA] Yaounde -Cameroon is calling on people living in two villages bordering Nigeria to return from their hideouts after two teenagers detonated explosives and killed at least 10 civilians. The military says it has secured the area, but civilians maintain th
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Cameroon: Bombing Kills 10, Triggers Renewed Boko Haram Fears

[VOA] Yaounde -Cameroon is calling on people living in two villages bordering Nigeria to return from their hideouts after two teenagers detonated explosives and killed at least 10 civilians. The military says it has secured the area, but civilians maintain that the villages have been infiltrated by Boko Haram terrorists.

Africa: AU Predicts Continental Recession Due to COVID-19

[VOA] Addis Ababa -With the African Union now predicting the continent's economy will contract by 0.8 percent this year, African finance ministers are scheduled to meet via video conference on Thursday to discuss ways countries can mitigate a looming economi
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Africa: AU Predicts Continental Recession Due to COVID-19

[VOA] Addis Ababa -With the African Union now predicting the continent's economy will contract by 0.8 percent this year, African finance ministers are scheduled to meet via video conference on Thursday to discuss ways countries can mitigate a looming economic disaster.

Zimbabwe: Doctors Take Govt to Court Over Personal Protective Equipment

[263Chat] Zimbabwe doctors have asked government to provide them and other frontline medical practitioners with personal protective equipment (PPE) and to adequately equip public hospitals to protect them from the deadly coronavirus as they execute their duti
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Zimbabwe: Doctors Take Govt to Court Over Personal Protective Equipment

[263Chat] Zimbabwe doctors have asked government to provide them and other frontline medical practitioners with personal protective equipment (PPE) and to adequately equip public hospitals to protect them from the deadly coronavirus as they execute their duties and help slow the spread of the epidemic.

Africa: Positive Moves After Finance Ministers Call for Debt Relief During COVID-19 Crisis

[allAfrica] Dakar -The appeal Africa's ministers of finance made to bilateral, multilateral and commercial partners after their online conferences of March 19 and 31, 2020, for the alleviation of their debt, has begun receiving positive responses.
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Africa: Positive Moves After Finance Ministers Call for Debt Relief During COVID-19 Crisis

[allAfrica] Dakar -The appeal Africa's ministers of finance made to bilateral, multilateral and commercial partners after their online conferences of March 19 and 31, 2020, for the alleviation of their debt, has begun receiving positive responses.

Congo-Kinshasa: Convicted Warlord Escapes - Again

[HRW] A week ago, President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo gave the order to arrest a notorious warlord responsible for atrocities in the southern region of Katanga. Two days earlier, Gédéon Kyungu had escaped from house arrest in Lubu
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Congo-Kinshasa: Convicted Warlord Escapes - Again

[HRW] A week ago, President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo gave the order to arrest a notorious warlord responsible for atrocities in the southern region of Katanga. Two days earlier, Gédéon Kyungu had escaped from house arrest in Lubumbashi after dozens of his militiamen entered the city and other towns in the region.

Africa: Four Ways Nigeria Can Reduce Importing COVID-19 Via Its Border

[allAfrica] As the COVID-19 pandemic rages globally, the African continent has not been severely affected. Overall, Africa -- a continent of 1.2 billion people -- has reported 9,310 cases. Looking at Nigeria, despite being the most populated country in Afri
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Africa: Four Ways Nigeria Can Reduce Importing COVID-19 Via Its Border

[allAfrica] As the COVID-19 pandemic rages globally, the African continent has not been severely affected. Overall, Africa -- a continent of 1.2 billion people -- has reported 9,310 cases. Looking at Nigeria, despite being the most populated country in Africa, it has just reported 232 cases, 5 deaths and discharged 32. As encouraging as Nigeria's COVID-19 situation is, however, it is very possible that cases are being missed, especially along Nigeria's land borders.

Cameroon: Country Turns Stadium Into Isolation Centre as COVID-19 Cases Hit 650

[Nation] Yaounde -Cameroon has turned a football stadium in the country into an accommodation centre for coronavirus patients as authorities grapple with lack of space to lodge and treat the growing number of people testing positive for the virus.
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Cameroon: Country Turns Stadium Into Isolation Centre as COVID-19 Cases Hit 650

[Nation] Yaounde -Cameroon has turned a football stadium in the country into an accommodation centre for coronavirus patients as authorities grapple with lack of space to lodge and treat the growing number of people testing positive for the virus.

Rwanda: Coronavirus Pandemic Affects Contracts of Over 50 Players

[New Times] If the Coronavirus pandemic isn't over by 31 May, Rayon Sports will be one of the most affected clubs since four of their key players will be out of contract.
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Rwanda: Coronavirus Pandemic Affects Contracts of Over 50 Players

[New Times] If the Coronavirus pandemic isn't over by 31 May, Rayon Sports will be one of the most affected clubs since four of their key players will be out of contract.

Congo-Kinshasa: Fresh From Battling Ebola, the Country Now Faces Highest COVID-19 Death Rate

[East African] The rising death rate from Covid-19 in the Democratic Republic of Congo is worrying medics as the country is just emerging from an Ebola outbreak.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Fresh From Battling Ebola, the Country Now Faces Highest COVID-19 Death Rate

[East African] The rising death rate from Covid-19 in the Democratic Republic of Congo is worrying medics as the country is just emerging from an Ebola outbreak.

Rwanda: Top Govt Officials Forfeit April Salary to Support the Vulnerable

[New Times] Senior government officials including Cabinet Members, Permanent Secretaries and heads of parastatals, among other senior leaders will forfeit April's salary to contribute to social protection of vulnerable citizens.
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Rwanda: Top Govt Officials Forfeit April Salary to Support the Vulnerable

[New Times] Senior government officials including Cabinet Members, Permanent Secretaries and heads of parastatals, among other senior leaders will forfeit April's salary to contribute to social protection of vulnerable citizens.

Senegal: Govt Postpones Independence Day Celebrations

[DW] Senegal marks 60 years of independence on Saturday and its achievements since are worth celebrating. But the independence ceremony has been postponed to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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Senegal: Govt Postpones Independence Day Celebrations

[DW] Senegal marks 60 years of independence on Saturday and its achievements since are worth celebrating. But the independence ceremony has been postponed to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus.

South Sudan: Country Confirms First COVID-19 Case

[Nation] South Sudan confirmed it first coronavirus case on Sunday afternoon, being the last country to join the rest of the East African countries embattling the global pandemic.
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South Sudan: Country Confirms First COVID-19 Case

[Nation] South Sudan confirmed it first coronavirus case on Sunday afternoon, being the last country to join the rest of the East African countries embattling the global pandemic.

South Sudan: Country's First COVID-19 Case is UN Staff Member

[VOA] Juba -South Sudan confirmed its first COVID-19 case Sunday, a 29-year old woman who entered the country on Feb. 28 from the Netherlands via Addis Ababa.
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South Sudan: Country's First COVID-19 Case is UN Staff Member

[VOA] Juba -South Sudan confirmed its first COVID-19 case Sunday, a 29-year old woman who entered the country on Feb. 28 from the Netherlands via Addis Ababa.

Ghana: President Updates Nation On Latest Response To Coronavirus Pandemic

[Ghana Presidency] Address To The Nation By President Of The Republic,  Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo,  On Updates To Ghana's Enhanced Response To The Coronavirus Pandemic, On Sunday, 5th April, 2020.
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Ghana: President Updates Nation On Latest Response To Coronavirus Pandemic

[Ghana Presidency] Address To The Nation By President Of The Republic,  Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo,  On Updates To Ghana's Enhanced Response To The Coronavirus Pandemic, On Sunday, 5th April, 2020.

South Africa: Students From China Released From Quarantine in Ekurhuleni

[News24Wire] Just under 80 students, recently returned from China, have been given the all-clear to return to their families.
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South Africa: Students From China Released From Quarantine in Ekurhuleni

[News24Wire] Just under 80 students, recently returned from China, have been given the all-clear to return to their families.

Mozambique: Bars, Markets and Buses Ignore State of Emergency

[AIM] Maputo -Anyone who walked through the «Pulmao (lung) of Malhangalene» on Friday would never have guessed that Mozambique was in day three of a state of emergency.
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Mozambique: Bars, Markets and Buses Ignore State of Emergency

[AIM] Maputo -Anyone who walked through the «Pulmao (lung) of Malhangalene» on Friday would never have guessed that Mozambique was in day three of a state of emergency.

Tanzania: Govt Slams UN Rights Abuses Claims

[East African] Tanzania's Foreign Affairs ministry has hit out at the United Nations Human Rights Office for criticising the country's human rights record as it heads to the October general election.
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Tanzania: Govt Slams UN Rights Abuses Claims

[East African] Tanzania's Foreign Affairs ministry has hit out at the United Nations Human Rights Office for criticising the country's human rights record as it heads to the October general election.

Kenya: Partying in Quarantine Forces Govt to Extend Isolation By 14 Days

[Nairobi News] Kenyans and foreigners who have been in quarantine centres will now have to extend their stay by 14 days.
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Kenya: Partying in Quarantine Forces Govt to Extend Isolation By 14 Days

[Nairobi News] Kenyans and foreigners who have been in quarantine centres will now have to extend their stay by 14 days.

Nigeria: Consulate Announces Death of 3 Nigerians From COVID-19 in U.S.

[Vanguard] The Consul General of Nigeria in New York, Mr Benaoyagha Okoyen, has confirmed the death of three Nigerians from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the United States.
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Nigeria: Consulate Announces Death of 3 Nigerians From COVID-19 in U.S.

[Vanguard] The Consul General of Nigeria in New York, Mr Benaoyagha Okoyen, has confirmed the death of three Nigerians from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the United States.

Zimbabwe: WFP Declares Zimbabwe a Hunger Hotspot

[Zimbabwe Standard] The World Food Programme (WFP) has classified Zimbabwe as one of the 18 countries in the world that will likely come out of the deadly coronavirus pandemic in a worse off situation.
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Zimbabwe: WFP Declares Zimbabwe a Hunger Hotspot

[Zimbabwe Standard] The World Food Programme (WFP) has classified Zimbabwe as one of the 18 countries in the world that will likely come out of the deadly coronavirus pandemic in a worse off situation.

Rwanda: Economic Growth Projected At 5.1% for 2020

[New Times] The government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have revised Rwanda's economic growth projections for 2020 to 5.1 per cent in light of the effects of the novel coronavirus and its impact on the economy.
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Rwanda: Economic Growth Projected At 5.1% for 2020

[New Times] The government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have revised Rwanda's economic growth projections for 2020 to 5.1 per cent in light of the effects of the novel coronavirus and its impact on the economy.

Rwanda: Zoom Clears the Air Over Security and Safety Issues

[New Times] Following the recent privacy concerns by the public, Zoom the popular video conferencing platform, will with immediate effect freeze new feature development and shift all engineering resources to security and safety issues, its top leadership has
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Rwanda: Zoom Clears the Air Over Security and Safety Issues

[New Times] Following the recent privacy concerns by the public, Zoom the popular video conferencing platform, will with immediate effect freeze new feature development and shift all engineering resources to security and safety issues, its top leadership has said.

South Africa: Cases of Gender-Based Violence Skyrocket During Lockdown

[News24Wire] Gauteng police officers arrested 572 suspects, across the province, on Thursday during Operation O Kae Molao. Among the arrested suspects, 95 were wanted for gender-based violence.
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South Africa: Cases of Gender-Based Violence Skyrocket During Lockdown

[News24Wire] Gauteng police officers arrested 572 suspects, across the province, on Thursday during Operation O Kae Molao. Among the arrested suspects, 95 were wanted for gender-based violence.

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