Pan African Unit begins childbirth registration exercise

Pan African Unit begins childbirth registration exercise

The Pan–African Organization for Research and Protection on Women and Children (PAORP-VWC) has begun a childbirth registration exercise in five districts in the Northern Region.   The exercise estimated at GH¢30, 000 with funding support from Child Rights Africa of

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COVID-19: British High Commission repatriates nationals from Ghana

COVID-19: British High Commission repatriates nationals from Ghana

The British High Commission in Accra has repatriated 700 of their “stranded” nationals in Ghana, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   The exercise, carried out at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra, saw the British nationals sent home to

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Madagascar records its first COVID-19 death

Madagascar records its first COVID-19 death

Madagascar has registered its first coronavirus death, of a 57-year-old medical worker who suffered from diabetes and high blood pressure, the national COVID-19 taskforce said on Sunday. This comes nearly two months after it recorded its first case of the

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Madagascar President lashes out at WHO, says drink cures Covid-19 in 10 days

Madagascar President lashes out at WHO, says drink cures Covid-19 in 10 days

Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina has lashed out at the World Health Organization (WHO) for being skeptical about the efficacy of the country’s Covid-Organics drink, purported to be a cure for the COVID-19 pandemic. Rajoelina has put his reputation and credibility

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Rwanda tops countries committed to implementing AfCFTA

Rwanda tops countries committed to implementing AfCFTA

   Rwanda tops the ranking for countries most committed to the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) scoring 83.   93 per cent on the commitment scale; with Ghana placing fifth, recording 71.23 per cent, according to

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Nigeria accepts Madagascar’s coronavirus ‘cure’

Nigeria accepts Madagascar’s coronavirus ‘cure’

The Federal Government says the product will be examined thoroughly before it can be deployed. President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 to accept the consignment of a herbal tea touted as a cure for the

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2 Nigeriens, cop recover from COVID-19 at Police Hospital

2 Nigeriens, cop recover from COVID-19 at Police Hospital

Eighteen people have died of COVID-19 in Ghana The Ghana Police Hospital has discharged three COVID-19 patients who have fully recovered. They tested positive about three weeks ago on Wednesday, 15 April 2020 but have now tested negative twice in

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South African MPs’ Zoom meeting hacked with porn

South African MPs’ Zoom meeting hacked with porn

Speaker Thandi Modise, A virtual meeting held by a South African parliamentary committee has been hacked and the speaker abused. The programming committee’s session had just started on Thursday morning when pornographic images appeared on the screen and a male

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Coronavirus: 34 doctors in Kano, Nigeria test positive, one dies

Coronavirus: 34 doctors in Kano, Nigeria test positive, one dies

Click to read all about coronavirus → The Kano State Chapter of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), on Tuesday, said that 34 doctors have tested positive to the novel coronavirus in the state. The NMA Chairman, Dr Sanusi Bala, told

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Nigeria coronavirus patients protest against ‘poor care’

Nigeria coronavirus patients protest against ‘poor care’

ReutersCopyright: Reuters There has been a rise in coronavirus cases despite a recent lockdown in major citiesImage caption: There has been a rise in coronavirus cases despite a recent lockdown in major cities Dozens of coronavirus patients held a protest

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