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Emirates offers up to twenty five percent discount to Ethiopian travellers

Emirates, a global connector of people and places, is offering Ethiopian travellers up to 25% discount on Business Class and Economy Class fares to a range More »

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South Sudan warring factions sign implementation matrix of the Cessation of Hostilities agreement

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African Media Initiative launches a Pan-African campaign against hate speech

The African Media Initiative (AMI) has on August 20th lunched a Pan-African campaign against hate speech at a panel discussion held in Nairobi, Kenya. The panel, which More »

Emirates offers up to twenty five percent discount to Ethiopian travellers

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Emirates, a global connector of people and places, is offering Ethiopian travellers up to 25% discount on Business Class and Economy Class fares to a range of exciting destinations around the world, the company said.

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Creativity is the new money

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South Sudan warring factions sign implementation matrix of the Cessation of Hostilities agreement

IGAD Summit

IGAD slams death of its ceasefire monitor in South Sudan

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African Media Initiative launches a Pan-African campaign against hate speech

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The African Media Initiative (AMI) has on August 20th lunched a Pan-African campaign against hate speech at a panel discussion held in Nairobi, Kenya. The panel, which discussed the “Limits of Press Freedom” has brought  together leading figures in African media, notably: Linus Kaikai, Managing Editor of the Kenyan broadcasting station, NTV, which is part of East Africa’s largest media conglomerate, the Nation Media Group; Eric Chinje, Chief Executive Officer of AMI; Nanjira Sambuli, Researcher on online hate speech at the iHub; Fatuma Abdulahi, owner of Warya Post, Africa’s fastest growing website; and Boniface Mwangi, award-winning photographer and social activist.

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