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CanoeVibes: Aunty Lizzy’s funeral, African leaders in a bus, and echoes of British colonial past

B & FT Online 25 Sep 2022
A well-organised funeral service, which was watched by millions on television and social media platforms, had taken place at Westminster Abbey and attended by more than 2,000 people, including invited leaders from around the world, and royals from other parts of Europe, Asia and Africa.
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Zimbabwe: Unchecked Corruption Kills, It Kills People and It Kills Economies

The Exposé 25 Sep 2022
For populations in the West pushing back against a corrupt global “elite,” apart from becoming aware of the true nature of Africa’s problems, there ...
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From risking death to rape and kidnap: How Aussie women put it all on the ...

The Daily Mail 24 Sep 2022
Daily Mail Australia's Candace Sutton had a gun pointed at her head by Bougainville mercenaries during that country's civil war, and was sent to Africa in the aftermath of the Rwanda genocide ... As central Africa was seized by a humanitarian disaster on a colossal scale, the media flooded in to cover what had become the biggest story in the world.
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Billy Joel Is In A Houston State Of Mind At Minute Maid Park

Houston Press 24 Sep 2022
But touring is something he still loves, and he's been doing it off and on ever since, playing the final concert at Shea Stadium before its demolition, as well as 12 straight sold-out shows in MSG (where he still performs almost monthly), in addition to infrequent swings through Europe, Australia, and South Africa.
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Springboks hand ‘incredible’ Steyn key role against Argentina

Manila Standard 23 Sep 2022
Emergency South Africa fly-half Francois Steyn has been called “incredible” by former head coach Rassie Erasmus ahead of a crucial Rugby Championship clash with Argentina on Saturday ... The Australian is upbeat despite the home loss to South Africa coming a couple of weeks after a 53-3 mauling in New Zealand.
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New banana disease is spreading and poses threat to Africa's food security

Phys Dot Org 23 Sep 2022
It hit Africa a decade ago, and the advance of the disease poses a threat to Africa's food security, a genetic study conducted by Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and Utrecht University reveals ... But this is not the only country affected; over the past decade, the disease spread from Asia to South America and Africa ... Spread through Africa.
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Anny Osabutey: Aunty Lizzy’s funeral, African leaders in a bus, and echoes of British colonial past

Joy Online 23 Sep 2022
A well-organised funeral service which was watched by millions on television and social media platforms had taken place at Westminster Abbey and was attended by more than 2000 people, including invited leaders from around the world, and royals from other parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
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All Blacks and Springboks in championship shoot-out

Irish Independent 23 Sep 2022
The winner of the Rugby Championship will be decided this Saturday in matches played 11,000 kilometers and nine hours apart in Auckland, New Zealand and Durban, South Africa.
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The plate boundary between Africa and the Iberian Peninsula could cause large tsunamis

Phys Dot Org 23 Sep 2022
The plate boundary between Africa and the Iberian Peninsula could cause large tsunamis (2022, September 23) retrieved 23 September 2022 from https.//phys.org/news/2022-09-plate-boundary-africa-iberian-peninsula.html ... Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.
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World Insights: U.S. rotten legacy in Afghanistan exposes ugly truth behind its foreign aid

China.dot.org 23 Sep 2022
"It only wants hegemony in Africa," he said ... Apart from development aid, Washington has long boasted about its efforts to provide humanitarian aid to other countries, such as COVID-19 vaccines ... For instance, early donations of AstraZeneca shots to Africa often arrived with little time left before they expired.
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U.S. rotten legacy in Afghanistan exposes ugly truth behind its foreign aid

People Daily 23 Sep 2022
"It only wants hegemony in Africa," he said ... Apart from development aid, Washington has long boasted about its efforts to provide humanitarian aid to other countries, such as COVID-19 vaccines ... For instance, early donations of AstraZeneca shots to Africa often arrived with little time left before they expired.
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Of working women in South Africa, 12% are domestic workers. Yet they don't receive proper ...

Phys Dot Org 22 Sep 2022
Of all working women in South Africa, around 12% work as domestic workers ... My colleagues and I recently described what maternity protection is available to non-standard workers in South Africa ... South Africa's laws and regulations incorporate some elements of global maternity protection recommendations.
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The scourge of sexual violence in West Africa, unveiled

Phys Dot Org 22 Sep 2022
More than 40% of women in West Africa are victims of violence at least once in their lifetimes, according to a 2018 report, Réseau des Femmes Elues Locales d'Afrique (REFELA) ... We incorporate victims' testimonials from the GBV West Africa Exposed website to put faces on what could otherwise be anonymous numbers.
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The Real US Agenda in Africa Is Hegemony

GlobalResearch 22 Sep 2022
Africa has 54 nations as UN members ... Imperial initiatives in Africa – apart from the US military’s Africa Command (AFRICOM), which amounts to raw militarization of the continent – brings us to the curious case of YALI (Young African Leaders Initiative), widely touted in the Washington-New York axis as “the most innovative” policy of the Obama years.
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Amazon to set up 3 solar farms in India

Financial Express 22 Sep 2022
The total 2.7 GW of additional renewable energy being set up globally includes its first solar farms in Brazil and Poland ... Mumbai. Amazon on Wednesday announced it will set up three solar farms in Rajasthan with a combined capacity of 420 megawatt (MW) ... Apart from India, it will set up large-scale plants in South Africa, France, Austria and Poland ... .

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