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Madagascar reimposes lockdown in capital as coronavirus cases surge

July 6, 2020

Madagascar has reimposed a lockdown in its central region, which includes its capital Antananarivo, in an effort to tackle an increase in coronavirus cases in the city, according to the country's government.

Apple Music launches program to discover African music talents

July 6, 2020

Apple Music has launched a new artist discovery program in Africa called Africa Rising.

She didn't want her neighbors to go hungry during lockdown. Now she is feeding thousands daily

June 18, 2020

Samantha Murozoki is ensuring that people in her Zimbabwe community are getting fed during lockdown, in a country where there is a growing hunger crisis.

How Ghana's Black Lives Matter solidarity protest ended with clashes with the police

June 15, 2020

It was supposed to be a solidarity protest for George Floyd in Accra, Ghana, but ended up with police clashes, injured protesters and the organizer behind bars.

President of Burundi dies after cardiac arrest, according to government

June 9, 2020

Outgoing Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza died after suffering a cardiac arrest on Monday, according to a statement posted on the official Burundi government Twitter account.

President claims Tanzania is free from coronavirus 'by the grace of God'

June 9, 2020

Tanzanian President John Magufuli has claimed his country has eradicated coronavirus "by the grace of God," but urged people to continue taking precautions.

This agricultural enterprise is helping Nigerian farmers expand their business

June 8, 2020

Babban Gona provides agricultural services such as crop training, financial literacy training and storage facilities for small-scale farmers in northern Nigeria.

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