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Channel Africa’s Africa Month vlog with foreign correspondents

As part of our Africa Month celebrations, Chanel Africa is putting together a series of episodes to commemorate the month of May.

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Channel Africa and Ukhozi Fm in a joint simulcast for Africa Day

Join Channel Africa and Ukhozi Fm in a joint simulcast for Africa Day, celebrating our indigenous languages and their commonality.

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Africa contained monkeypox outbreaks during pandemic: CDC

Africa's top health body says it is concerned about the growing number of monkeypox cases in the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Canada and the United States.

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Drought killed 70 Kenyan elephants in one year

Kenya's Tourism Minister, Najib Balala, has told the BBC more than 70 elephants have died in the last year as a result of the ongoing drought affecting all of East Africa.

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Gabon reports first bird flu outbreak

Gabon has reported a first outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza, commonly called bird flu, on a farm in the northern part of the country, the World Organisation for Animal Health said on Thursday.

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Hotel Rwanda hero Rusesabagina wrongly detained: US

The United States has determined that Paul Rusesabagina, portrayed in the film "Hotel Rwanda" sheltering hundreds of people during the African nation's 1994 genocide, has been "wrongfully detained," the State Department said on Thursday.

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SA Basic Education Department initiates bullying campaign 

The South African Basic Education Department says it will embark on a multifaceted school campaign across all provinces.

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US injects $215m into Africa food security

The United States (US) has said it will provide a further $215 million in emergency aid to 10 African countries as the continent struggles with food insecurity brought about by climate change, the Covid pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

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Nigerian government to ban Facebook

Nigeria has given reasons for which it would ban Facebook in the country.

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SA university sets up inquiry to deal with race, gender inequalities  

The Director and Vice-Chancellor for South Africa’s Stellenbosch University, Professor Wim De Villiers, says an independent Commission of Inquiry will be set up at the institution to deal with race and gender inequalities among others.

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