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VOA Africa News Summary

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 Here are today's top stories from VOA Africa:

South Africa Falls into Recession  
Growth rate drops 6.4 percent

Zimbabwe Official Cholera Cases Expected to Reach 100,000  
Red Cross says long term risk remains, despite recent decline in infection rate

Somali Armed Group Says It’s Poised to Defeat Al-Shabab  
A Somali armed group has vowed to defeat hard-line insurgent groups, including al-Shabab, which aim to topple the new government.

Africa Mourns the Tragic Death of a Pan-Africanist
Kabiru Mato, head of the political science department at the University of Abuja says Tajudeen's death has created a vacuum in the African people's struggle for self-identify

Tanzania Blast Victims Seek Urgent Resettlement Aid  
Red Cross extends appeal for outside help one month after Dar es Salaam military base explosions

Senegalese Market Women Get Low-Cost Health Insurance
Insurance to previously-uninsured market women is offered by women's cooperative

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Here are today's top stories from VOA Africa:

South Africa Falls into Recession  
Growth rate drops 6.4 percent

Zimbabwe Official Cholera Cases Expected to Reach 100,000  
Red Cross says long term risk remains, despite recent decline in infection rate

Somali Armed Group Says It’s Poised to Defeat Al-Shabab  
A Somali armed group has vowed to defeat hard-line insurgent groups, including al-Shabab, which aim to topple the new government.

Africa Mourns the Tragic Death of a Pan-Africanist
Kabiru Mato, head of the political science department at the University of Abuja says Tajudeen's death has created a vacuum in the African people's struggle for self-identify

Tanzania Blast Victims Seek Urgent Resettlement Aid  
Red Cross extends appeal for outside help one month after Dar es Salaam military base explosions

Senegalese Market Women Get Low-Cost Health Insurance
Insurance to previously-uninsured market women is offered by women's cooperative

 



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