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The AU is encouraging more surveillance and data sharing between countries, and increased vaccination of the “high-risk” populations.

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Sudan PM Abdallah Hamdok said he had sacked the director general of the police, Khaled Mahdi Ibrahim al-Emam, and his deputy, Ali Ibrahim.

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Affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, banking regulators in Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda have raised concern over the rise of non-performing loans.

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Country maintains counterterrorism partners but often hinting that its security agencies are capable of holding their own.

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Recent data by AfricaCDC shows that only 6.6 pc of people on continent are fully vaccinated.

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Arriving and departing passengers at Kigali International airport will be required to present a negative PCR test taken with 72 hours prior to departure.

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Ethiopia has dismissed as a “dumbfounding orchestra” the calls to foreigners to evacuate.

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At home, China’s marked economic slowdown in the second half of 2021 testing its policy mettle.

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The current model was adopted when the community had only three states: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

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Nigeria Air will be replacing Nigeria Airways which ceased operations in 2003 due to inefficiency and a $528 million debt.

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Reports say the new strain could be more lethal than previous variants of the Sars-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19 diseases.

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Reports say the new strain could be more lethal than previous variants of the Sars-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19 diseases.

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This comes a week after it threatened to revoke licences of some international media houses over their reportage.

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He and President Suluhu are set to hold talks on the progress of the $3.5 billion EACOP project.

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Concerns over vaccine safety and the adverse side effects of the vaccines have been identified as the main reasons for their hesitancy.

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South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will be added to the red list.

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It says Mogadishu's legal environment for the media offers opportunities for rogue elements to harass journalists.

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Foreign governments have told their citizens to leave amid the escalating war and fears the Tigrayan rebels could march on the capital Addis Ababa.

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The findings of the truth panel come after more than two years of hearings into Jammeh-era crimes.

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Uganda aviation managers raised red flags over clauses deemed unfriendly and as good as mortgaging the airport to China.

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One fortunate aspect of the new variant is that it is easy to detect.

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Mama Hawa Obama died at home aged 80.

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The militant group claims responsibility for the bombing; says it targeted "military trainers".

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Reports say a car bomb targeted a UN convoy close to a busy junction in Mogadishu.

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Nairobi has turned to Pretoria to revamp its old railway network.

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State media did not broadcast images of him in the field, and officials have not responded to requests for details about his whereabouts.

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This comes four years after late president Magufuli ordered pregnant girls be expelled and blocked from returning to school.

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Papa John's which runs 5,500 restaurants in 50 countries, will open outlets at Hass’s properties in Kenya and Uganda starting with Nairobi.

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World powers have voiced alarm about a military escalation that could scuttle efforts to broker a ceasefire.

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Situation threatens to cause an outbreak of waterborne diseases and malaria, and lead to food insecurity and malnutrition.

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