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Nigerian Government urges TB Joshua not to relocate

Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, has urged Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) not to relocate from the country, encouraging the renowned prophet to come for dialogue with the government in a means of finding lasting solutions to the various challenges the Church is experiencing in recent […]

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“I want to see the political integration of East Africa,” Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni told Talk To Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall. “Our aim is to make East Africa one country, one state. It’s now integrated economically but together with our partners we want East Africa to become one country.”   He identified “the narrow markets […]

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In a bombshell announcement that shocked congregants and viewers of Emmanuel TV alike, Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua declared his intentions to leave Nigeria and relocate his ministry to the nation of Israel. Speaking to a rapt multi-national audience at his church service on Sunday 30th April 2017, Joshua disclosed that he had just returned from […]

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Meet the 37-year-old woman who has given birth to 38 children

A woman from Uganda has given birth to a jaw-dropping 38 children, and surprisingly she is only 37 years old. The mother, Marriam Nabatanzi, has delivered all her children at home except her latest addition who is now four months old, reports the Nairobi News. The newborn had to be delivered by caesarean section at […]

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Africa Confidential: Motorcade, treason and plot

President Lungu’s actions in imprisoning the opposition leader are viewed with growing amazement and alarm Hakainde Hichilema‘s arrest for treason was at first dismissed as an intimidatory gimmick by President Edgar Lungu after the ‘clash of the motorcades’ early this month. However, as days behind bars turn into weeks for the leader of the opposition […]

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Lungu’s ally Museveni wants to increase number of Advisers to 163

Uganda MPs have criticised plans by President Yoweri Museveni to add more personal advisers, saying the money could be better spent in buying resources in hospitals and improving remuneration of medical staff, The Observer reports. Mr Museveni has made a request to add 18 advisers, taking their number to 163. The paper reports that it has […]

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Integrating technology in the classroom

Teachers must adapt and capitalise on technology to keep up with a more digitalised world, says Cambridge International Examinations.  Technology has developed significantly in Africa in the last decade with more and more industries transforming into more digitalised entities to keep up with a fast changing global business environment.  According to Cambridge International Examinations, it’s […]

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Kenya tycoon gets buried while seated in his car

A Kenyan tycoon has been buried while seated in his car as per his will. The incidence has left the people shocked with others describing the event as sign for the end of the world. Here are the pictures during the burial.

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RUSSIA’S Supreme Court has banned the Jehovah’s Witness Church describing it as an extremist organization, reports Cable News Network (CNN) The ruling means the Jehovah’s Witness are considered more like the radical Islamic State members. Islamic State members are considered terrorists – this means the Jehovah’s Witness are now categorised as terrorists in Russia. Lawyer […]

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The World Bank Group has launched XL Africa, a five-month business acceleration program designed to support the 20 most promising digital start-ups from Sub-Saharan Africa. Start-ups will receive mentoring from global and local experts, learn through a tailor-made curriculum, increase their regional visibility, and get access to potential corporate partners and investors. With support from […]

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