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Chinese teachers to train Ugandan teachers in Chinese language.

The government of Uganda is in the process of importing Chinese teachers to train Ugandan teachers in the Chinese language.   This effort is aimed at introducing the Chinese language into the country’s school curriculum.   The National Curriculum Development Centre has also approved the Chinese language as part of the school curriculum and “very soon” Secondary Read More

What's Up Africa: Do we need to make Malawi's floods sexy?

Why isn’t more being done to prevent a repeat of last year’s flooding in Malawi? Click here to read full story

Sierra Leone's homeless Paralympian

George Wyndham is the only Sierra Leonean competing at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, but his only home is an office in the national stadium. Click here to read full story

Spectacular Botswana

Spectacular landscape and wildlife provide some stunning images from Botswana. Click here to read full story

Yann Songo'o: Plymouth Argyle summer signing adapting well to new midfield role

Plymouth Argyle summer signing Yann Songo’o says he is adapting well to his new role in central midfield. Click here to read full story

South Sudan fighters get emergency UN aid in DR Congo

More than 100 fighters loyal to South Sudan’s sacked vice-president are found “in extremely bad shape” by the UN in DR Congo and given treatment. Click here to read full story

Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga rejects South Africa luxury cars

A new mayor in South Africa’s Tshwane, an area that includes the capital Pretoria, rejects a fleet of luxury cars bought by his predecessors. Click here to read full story

Sierra Leone FA president Isha Johansen among officials detained

The President of the Sierra Leone Football Association Isha Johansen and two other officials are questioned by the country’s Anti Corruption Commission. Click here to read full story

Zimbabwe court overturns protest ban in Harare

Zimbabwe’s high court overturns a two-week ban by police on demonstrations in the capital Harare, despite a stern warning by President Robert Mugabe. Click here to read full story

Uganda FA working to pay coach's arrears

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations says it is working on paying the salary arrears owed to coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic. Click here to read full story


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