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Initiative to restore Tanzania coastline with 1 million mangrove trees launched

A one-year-campaign geared to restore mangrove forest with one million trees along Tanzania’s coastline has been launched in Dar es…

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Evacuations in Philippines as severe storm nears

Authorities in the Philippines have started evacuating people from coastal areas as a major typhoon approaches. Category 3 Typhoon Noru…

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Hundreds arrested as Russian draft protests continue

Hundreds of people have been arrested by authorities as protests against Russia’s new “partial mobilisation” continue across the country, an…

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Pitso Mosimane named new Saudi Arabia’s second-tier club head coach

Pitso Mosimane named new Saudi Arabia’s second-tier club head coach South African tactician Pitso Mosimane has been introduced as the…

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PM Majaliwa leaves for Shinzo Abe’s burial in Japan

PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has left the country today for Tokyo in Japan to attend the burial ceremony of the…

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Deciphering China’s green growth miracle

Beijing’s PM2.5 concentration during the 2022 Winter Olympics was 24 µg/m3 on average. In particular, its average daily level dropped…

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Ugandas Ebola deaths rise to 11 as 58 contacts being traced

11 people have died in the latest Ebola outbreak and at least two dozen others have been admitted to a…

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Samia stresses self-reliance

PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has urged African countries to work together in the fight for economic independence. The Head of…

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Rusumo power project highlighted as key to affordable energy

THE ongoing construction of the Regional Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project (RRFHP) has been highlighted as crucial project in which East…

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EAC growth prospects to be moderate – Deloitte

Economic growth in the East African Community (EAC) is expected to further moderate to 5.3 per cent this year, largely…

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