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North Africa: Human Ancestors May Have Spread to North Africa Earlier Than Thought, Stone Tool Discovery Suggests

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East Africa is famously the birthplace of humankind and the location where our ancient hominin ancestors first invented sophisticated stone tools. This technology, dating back to 2.6m years ago, is then thought to have spread around Africa…

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South Africa: Jacob Zuma Is a 'Bumbling Fool' - Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke

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Former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke held no punches during his valedictory remarks as outgoing chancellor of Wits University.

Africa: Osama Faisal Meets Director of Africa Department At the UK Foreign And Commonwealth Office

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Khartoum -The State Minister for Foreign Affairs,.Osama Faisal, received at his office Thursday with Ms Harriet Mathews, the Director of Africa Department at the the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Africa: Conference of Libya Neighboring Countries Concluded in Khartoum

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Khartoum -The meeting of ministers of Libya neighboring countries, which was concluded in Khartoum on Thursday, affirmed that the permanent solution of the Libyan crisis depends on the choice of the Libyans themselves.

South Africa: SA Reiterates Palestine Support

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As the world observes United Nations International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people, the South African government has announced its renewed commitment to a just and lasting solution to the question of Palestine.

Uganda: Lobby Group Accuses Uganda of Illicit Arms Supply to South Sudan

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The Conflict Armament Research (CAR) lobby group has accused Uganda of illicit supply of arms to South Sudan.

South Africa: Partnership Increases Western Cape Access to Free Wi-Fi

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Cape Town -MORE than 6,6 million residents in the Western Cape will soon have greater access to public Wi-Fi following a partnership between Liquid Telecom SA and the provincial government.

South Africa: Kriel, Snyman Big Winners At Bulls Awards

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Cape Town -Jesse Kriel and RG Snyman were the big winners at the Blue Bulls awards in Pretoria on Thursday.

Ghana: Double Track System Is Indication of Population Crisis - PPAG

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The Executive Director of the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), Abena Adubea Amoah Acheampong has described the double track system under the Free SHS policy as a population crisis.

Africa: 'Commit Resources to Promote Local Savings and Investments in Africa'

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Grahamstown -THIS year's Data Journalism Master Class has opened in Grahamstown, South Africa with a clarion call on the media in Africa to commit greater passion and resources to promote local savings and investments on the continent,…

Ghana: 'Make Department of Children Autonomous'

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Dr Angela Dwamena, the Executive Director of the Ark Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, has urged government to separate the Department of Children from the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP).

Ghana: Seth Terkper Urged Government to Spend Prudently

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The government must be prudent in its spending as the country exits the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this year, the immediate past Finance Minister, Seth Terkper has cautioned.

Ghana: GES Commends AHISCO for Shuttle Service

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The Ghana Education Service Council has commended Accra High School (AHISCO) for introducing a bus shuttle service for students with the aim of curbing lateness.

Ghana: Invest in Training of Nurses, Midwives - Who

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) Representative to Ghana, Dr Owen Law Kaluwa, has appealed to the government to invest in the training of nurses and midwives to achieve the targets set in the Sustainable Development Goal 3.

Ghana: Cocoa Nti Fertilizer Is Fully Certified - Enepa Ventures

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Enepa Ventures limited, says its Cocoa Nti fertilizer has been tried and tested by the relevant institution mandated to do so.

Ghana: Takoradi Tech University, Iran Discuss Academic Collaboration

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Dr Nosratollah Maleki, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Ghana, on Friday held discussions with the officials of Takoradi Technical University led by the Vice Chancellor Prof. John Frank Eshun.

Ghana: Israel to Train Ghanaian Agricultural Students

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Kumasi -The Government of Israel has expressed its willingness to support Ghana's planting for food and jobs initiative.

Ghana: Methodist University College Introduces New Courses

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The Methodist University College of Ghana (MUCG) has begun restructuring its programmes to ensure that students became self employable and met industry needs in the face of stiff global competition.

Ghana: Workshop On Improved Seedling Held in Accra

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A three-day dissemination workshop on sustainable supply of varieties of improved seedlings for high yields in Africa has been held in Accra.

Ghana: President Receives Prime Minister of St Vincent and Grenadine in Accra

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President Akufo-Addo in a handshake with Dr Ralph Gonsalves , Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the Jubilee House in Accra.

Ghana: Belgium-Based Talent Targets Black Satellites ... He's Goal-Scoring Prodigy

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ONE of the few rising young talents campaigning in the European league today is Serchim Richard Junior.

Nigeria: Manufacturers Lament Over-Regulation in Petroleum Products Sector

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Manufacturers operating under the Petroleum Product Sectoral Group of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) have decried over-regulation of their activities in the sector, describing such regulations as imposing additional financial…

Africa: In a Fragmenting World, Samia Nkrumah Keeps Pan-African Dream Alive

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The notion of real, undiluted Pan-Africanism -- all of Africa united into one nation -- seems like a throwback to a bygone era, in a world increasingly obsessed with borders. But to Ghanaian politician and activist Samia Nkrumah, the dream…

Gambia: Water Project Commissioned in Boro Kanda Kasse

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The water problems of Boro Kanda Kasse residents in the Wuli East District of the Upper River Region of the country, will soon be a thing of the past, with the provision of a Multi-Million Dalasi Water Project for the community, by the…

Gambia: Banjul North NAM Briefs the Press On European Tour

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Ousman Sillah, National Assembly for Banjul North, has called on Gambians both at home and abroad to take charge of their destiny and resist any dividing source, knowing that nation building requires collective participation of the entire…

Gambia: OIC 2019 - 'We Are On Track', Says Executive Secretary

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State House, Banjul, Wednesday 28th November, 2018 - The Secretary-General of the OIC-Gambia Secretariat, the national body tasked with the responsibility to host the 2019 Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Summit in The Gambia, has…

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Nigeria: Nigeria Is a Bridge of Hope in the Face of Challenges!

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You can be Nigerian resident or dual citizen in the western hemisphere, even for decades, if you're an unpatriotic person motivated by greed and selfishness, you'll never be optimistic to see the untapped resources and denied opportunities…

Ethiopia: Ethiopian Airlines Wins Best Carrier Award

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Ethiopian Airlines has won the African Airlines Association's (AFRAA) Best Airlines in Africa Award 2018 for the seventh year in a row.

Zimbabwe: 'Tyson' to Face the Music

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Harare magistrate Mr Hosea Mujaya yesterday dismissed former Cabinet minister Saviour Kasukuwere's application for exception of charges, saying that he has a case to answer as the issues that were raised in his application were triable.