MTN in talks to reduce fine further
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MTN in talks to reduce fine further

MTN is still in talks with Nigeria’s Communication Regulator to reduce the $3.9 B fine…

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Ethiopian re-usable sanitary towels project looking to explore Africa
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Ethiopian re-usable sanitary towels project looking to explore Africa

Sanitary towels have for a long time been a major issue in Sub-Saharan Africa. Many…

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Woman creates girls-only cafe as refuge from harassment
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Woman creates girls-only cafe as refuge from harassment

Women in Egypt have setup the first girls-only cafe in the northern port city of…

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Ailing economy placing strain on agricultural sector
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Ailing economy placing strain on agricultural sector

The Egyptian economy has suffered a beating since the 2011 unrest that deposed President Hosni…

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Tunisia-ISIL Clash: At least 50 killed in border town as security forces battle militants
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Tunisia-ISIL Clash: At least 50 killed in border town as security forces battle militants

Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid says ISIL militants are the ones behind a huge raid…

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US airstrikes said to have killed 150 al Shabaab militants
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US airstrikes said to have killed 150 al Shabaab militants

The United States is believed to have launched airstrikes in Somalia that killed more than…

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Africa marks International Women’s Day
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Africa marks International Women’s Day

The world is marking International Women’s Day, and so are we, here at CCTV Africa.…

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International Women’s Day: Kenyans laud progress, but insist more needs to be done
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International Women’s Day: Kenyans laud progress, but insist more needs to be done

As the world celebrates the international women’s day, many Kenyans feel there is a lot…

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South Africa setting the pace in mechanizing agriculture
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South Africa setting the pace in mechanizing agriculture

South Africa’s agricultural sector is one of the pillars of its economy. It employs more…

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Woman in South Africa teaches low income communities to rely on micro farming
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Woman in South Africa teaches low income communities to rely on micro farming

To mark International women’s day, let’s look at the story of Christina Kaba, a woman…

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