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Tunisia, Senegal, Egypt, Algeria confirm more Coronavirus cases in Africa
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Tunisia, Senegal, Egypt, Algeria confirm more Coronavirus cases in Africa

More than a month after the Novel Coronavirus was first discovered in China, cases have now started popping up in Africa. Tunisia, Senegal, Egypt, and Algeria have confirmed new cases in their respective countries, bringing the total number of cases in Africa to five. Recall that Sidomex Entertainment reported that...
Egypt records first case of Coronavirus in Africa
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Egypt records first case of Coronavirus in Africa

Health workers in Egypt have reported that the country has recorded its first case of Coronavirus in Africa in a foreigner. Egypt's Health Ministry spokesperson, Khaled Mugahed shared the news while stating that the victim is a foreigner who did not show any serious symptoms. The case was quickly detected...
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Africa’s hopes dashed after Senegal defeat

The last African team still in the Russia 2018 World Cup, Senegal, have lost their final group stage match and will now be going back home. Senegal had the support of the whole of Africa behind them but that must not have been enough as they lost 1-0 to Colombia...
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Tecno deputy chief says Nigeria is their biggest market in Africa

The latest report from Transsion Holdings owners of the giant mobile phone company, Tecno Mobile, has described Nigeria as still the biggest market in Africa in spite of some challenges. Mr Andy Yan, the vice president of Transsion Holdings, made the assertion in Lagos at Tecno’s Global Spring Launch where the company...
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Mandela’s widow Graca Machel writes solemn letter to her husband’s ex-wife

The entire continent is mourning the passing of South Africa’s anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela Mandela who died at the age of 81 years following a protracted illness that kept her in and out of the hospital this year. Winnie, who was affectionately described as The Mother of the Nation, left...
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Obasanjo decries Buhari’s failure of signing Africa free trade deal

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has slammed President Muhammadu Buhari for failing to sign the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement. Obasanjo expressed hope that the president will change his mind before it is too late. The former present poured out his mind on the AfCFTA during a presidential panel,...
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Tunisia, Senegal, Egypt, Algeria confirm more Coronavirus cases in Africa