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Driving environmental awareness in Mauritania

Proving small initiatives can have great impact JOHANNESBURG, Aug. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wanting to raise awareness about the unhealthy and unsanitary conditions in her home country, now 26-year-old Aminetou Bilal launched the “Selfie Mbalite” campaign in February 2017. ...

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Driving environmental awareness in Mauritania

Proving small initiatives can have great impact JOHANNESBURG, Aug. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wanting to raise awareness about the unhealthy and unsanitary conditions in her home country, now 26-year-old Aminetou Bilal launched the “Selfie Mbalite” campaign in February 2017. She was inspired by the “Selfie Déchets” campaign run by blogger Fatoumata Cherif in Conakry, […]

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Mozambique:Cardoso's Killer Back in Mozambique

One of Mozambique’s most wanted men is in custody in Maputo after being deported from Thailand last week. Legalbrief reports that Nini Satar is expected to be sent to South Africa following police interrogation.He was behind the high-profile assa...

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Zimbabwe:Manufacturing Dissent – the Cost of Election Propaganda

analysis By Derek MatyszakThe response of Zimbabwe's main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance, to the defeat of their presidential candidate suggests that its supporters might be victims of their own propaganda. Nelson C...

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Select Committee Concerned by Backlog in Certification of TVET Students

Parliament� The Select Committee on Education and Recreation is concerned by a 10-year backlog in certification of students from technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges, and implored the Department of Higher Education and Traini...

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