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Jacob Zuma, Former South African President Spends First Night In Jail

Jacob Zuma, Former South African President Spends First Night In Jail

Former South African President Jacob Zuma turned himself in recently to serve his 15-month jail sentence according to officials. Prison authorities confirmed that Zuma has been admitted to start serving his sentence at Estcourt Correctional Centre. The facility is located in his home province of KwaZulu-Natal.It is the first time for a former president to be jailed in post-apartheid South ...

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Tanzania To Release Covid Guidelines After Being Hit By Third Wave

Tanzania To Release Covid Guidelines After Being Hit By Third Wave

Tanzania has decided to release COVID guidelines after being hit by a third wave. The government has said it’s reviewing the guidelines to make sure citizens follow SOPs. Starting with schools which are opening a few weeks from now. However, after the declaration of the third wave, 100 people have so far tested positive for covid. Stakeholders of schools have ...

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Former US President Trump’s Company Facing Possible Criminal Charges

Current And Ex-Trump Officials Reach Out To Biden Transition Team

Former US President Donald Trump could be in danger financially and politically as his company is facing criminal charges. Prosecutors in New York could soon bring an indictment against the Trump Organization related to taxation of lucrative perks. The company apparently gave those to top executives such as the use of apartments, cars, and school tuition. They might not charge ...

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Tanzania Finally Avails Covid-19 Statistics Publically

Tanzania Finally Acknowledges Presence Of Coronavirus

Tanzania has recorded 100 cases of Covid-19 since the third wave hit the globe according to President Samia Suluhu Hassan. She said this during her maiden press conference on Monday at State House in Dar es Salaam. She said that 70 of these 100 patients are in a very critical condition. This became the first time Tanzania ever made Covid-19 ...

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US Airstrikes Target Iran-Backed Militias In Iraq and Syria

US Airstrikes Target Iran-Backed Militias In Iraq and Syria

The United States Air force carried out airstrikes against Iran-backed militia groups in the Iraq-Syria border region. A response from the Pentagon to drone attacks on US forces said the Sunday strikes hit operational and weapons storage facilities. The response also added that President Joe Biden would “act to protect US personnel’’. On the side of casualties, the Pentagon did ...

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