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    2021 China-Africa Video and Photo Competition kicks off

2021 China-Africa Video and Photo Competition kicks off

The 2021 China-Africa Video and Photo Competition was launched in Beijing on May 21. Themed Friendship in Focus, Together for Future, the competition aims to provide a platform for Chinese and African people to communicate through videos and photos By Hu Fan Web Exclusive ·2021-05-21 Attendees to the ceremony (WEI

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    Zambia records 1st case of Indian COVID-19 variant

Zambia records 1st case of Indian COVID-19 variant

Health Ministry ring-fences vaccines due to high demand LUSAKA, Zambia Zambia recorded its first case of the highly contagious Indian COVID-19 variant in a man who recently travelled from the South Asian nation, the Health Ministry reported Tuesday. Kennedy Malama, a senior health official, told reporters in the capital Lusaka

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    Organic Naturals Skincare in Place for Healthy Skin

Organic Naturals Skincare in Place for Healthy Skin

Malebogo Ratladi Your skin is what people see and stands to represent you first when they get to know you hence the everyday emphasis on investment on a healthy looking

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    BAA SUSPEND ALL ACTIVITIES POST COVID 19

BAA SUSPEND ALL ACTIVITIES POST COVID 19

Botswana Athletics Association is currently engaging with relevant authorities in issues relating to hosting Athletics Activities/Competitions according to a press statement released earlier today.  The Association intends to take all

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    Good Rains Spikes Cereal Production Forecast Well Above Average

Good Rains Spikes Cereal Production Forecast Well Above Average

Malebogo Ratladi With the harvest season approaching Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported that aggregate cereal production being sorghum, maize and millet in Botswana is forecast at 66 000 tones,

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    Beekeeping for poverty eradication: a reality or wishful thinking in drought-prone Botswana?

Beekeeping for poverty eradication: a reality or wishful thinking in drought-prone Botswana?

Beekeeping in many African countries is hampered by management and climate change problems, but in Botswana, these setbacks seem deeply entrenched, making it difficult for the sector to play a

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