International News - An African Perspective

From BBC

'Aggressive action' needed as Africa coronavirus cases pass 1m
South Africa has more than half of all Covid-19 cases, while Tanzania's lack of data is a "concern".

Afrobeats star Naira Marley fined after lockdown concert
The airline he jetted to Abuja with said it mistook the music star for a judge with the same surname.

Fulham's DR Congo star Kebano 'never gave up'
DR Congo's Neeskens Kebano says he never gave up hope of making an impact at Fulham as he helped them to promotion.

Mahmoud Dicko: The popular imam taking on Mali's president
Imam Mahmoud Dicko has emerged as the leader of a movement seeking President Keita's departure.

Malaria in Africa: Parasite 'resistant to artemisinin'
Scientists in Rwanda find cases of resistance to artemisinin, a frontline drug used to treat malaria.

Letter from Africa: How African generosity dried a teacher's tears
Strangers helped a Nigerian teacher, left without money because of coronavirus, get back on his feet.

Abdelhamid Salhi: The story of an Algerian footballer who was never cautioned
The story of Algerian footballer Abdelhamid Salhi, who estimates he played more than 1,000 games yet was never cautioned.

Nigerians' double blow: Currency woes and Covid-19
Three business owners explain how they are weathering the economic fallout.

Enefiok Udo Obong's 12-year wait for Olympic gold
Nigeria's greatest Olympian ran his best race at Sydney 2000 - but would have to wait until 2012 for the result to be confirmed.

Stella Immanuel - the doctor behind unproven coronavirus cure claim
Stella Immanuel has caught the US president's attention for claiming hydroxychloroquine cures Covid-19.

'I taught myself 3D fashion using google search'
Covid-19 is inspiring young creatives to find new ways of showcasing their talents using technology.

Coronavirus: How does a Covid-19 pandemic come to an end?
The pandemic officially started when the WHO declared it in March 2020 but how will it end?

Cameroon attack: ‘It will mark my spirit for the rest of my life’
The killing of 22 people, including many children, inspired artist Kobe Williams to use sand for art.

Coronavirus: Bringing Covid-19 news to Senegal's deaf community
Student Naomie Koffie's summaries of the news in sign language have won praise from the president.

NDDC: 'Every time I get an email from school, my heart skips a beat'
Students Nneoma and Andrew are on a scheme set up by the Niger Delta Development Commission.

Americans in Africa: Why we left America to live in Africa
Three African Americans have been explaining why they left the US to find a better life in Africa.

'We're hoping that things will change for black women'
Domestic violence cases, like Sistah's, have increased by 20% since the beginning of the lockdown.

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