CDC Africa: Vaccine Hoarding During Covid-19 Don’t Repeat in Monkeypox Cases

A mild viral infection, monkeypox, is endemic in a number of African countries. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JOHANNESBURG — Acting Director of the African Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC Africa), Ahmed Ogwell Ouma, hopes Vaccine stockpiling during the Covid-19 pandemic it will not be repeated in the outbreak monkey pox at the moment. A mild viral … Read more

Meeting with Omar Ba, the sensation of African art

In the serenity of his Senegalese studio inhabited by birdsong, the painter Omar Ba begins a canvas on the floor, applying a deep black background. A bias in the genesis of his committed work, which questions the state of the world and the place of Africa. This black background “it’s like the night: the perspective … Read more

Biogenesis Bagó presents its foot-and-mouth disease vaccine in Middle East and North Africa

This content was published on May 24, 2022 – 22:21 24 mayo 2022 – 22:21 Buenos Aires, May 24 (EFE).- The Argentine company Biogenesis Bagó presented in Jordan, before representatives of 14 countries in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as international organizations and producers, its vaccine against foot-and-mouth disease to help improve … Read more

meeting with the Rwandan director Marie-Clémentine Dusabejambo

Published on : 24/05/2022 – 12:47 Each year, the World Cinema Factory selects film projects from all continents and takes the directors to the Cannes Film Festival for two weeks, where meetings, professional interviews and master classes are organized, to finalize a script or complete a budget. RFI met the Rwandan Marie-Clémentine Dusabejambo, who will … Read more

Algeria: death of the famous actress Chafia Boudraa

#Algeria : The famous Algerian actress Chafia Boudraa, figure of cinema and theater in Algeria who had notably played in the political thriller “Hors-la-loi” presented in competition at the Cannes festival in 2010, died at the age of 92, state media reported Monday. Chafia Boudraa, born in Constantine in 1930 and widow of an FLN … Read more

“Made by Africa, Loved by the World”: Meta launches its dedicated Africa Day campaign highlighting and celebrating Africans with international reach

The 2022 edition of the AFRICA CEO FORUM, the largest annual gathering of the private sector in Africa, will be held on June 13 and 14, 2022 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. As the world recovers from the impact of COVID-19, and 10 years after its first edition, the event will focus on proposing new routes … Read more

Monkeypox: WHO warns of new infections

Published to: 24/05/2022 – 15:55 The World Health Organization said this Tuesday, May 24, that 131 cases of monkeypox have been identified since the resurgence of the disease in early May. There are still another 106 suspected cases and the WHO believes that new infections will emerge in the near future. The World Health Organization … Read more

THE BALL – Sporting struggles to win but is in the semi-finals (Roller Hockey)

Sporting went to Braga to beat HC Braga, 4-3, this Saturday night, in the second game of the play-off quarter-finals of the national roller hockey championship, and is waiting until Wednesday to find out who will be your opponent in the semi-finals, as Benfica and Valongo will play the third game. The lions didn’t have … Read more

THE BALL – Valencia bid farewell to the season with victory (Spain)

Valencia received and beat Celta Vigo (2-0), in a game on the 38th and final matchday of the Spanish championship. Thierry Correia was a starter in the host team, with Gonçalo Guedes coming on in the second half, who has limited minutes due to a clause in the transfer agreement with PSG. Maxi Gómez (28′) … Read more