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Ghana: Surgeons Perform First Brain Surgery Without Cutting Skull

A seven-member team of Ghanaian doctors has performed the first-ever brain surgery in the country, without cutting the skull. The minimally invasive brain surgery is the technique by which health workers safely remove brain and skull-base tumours through smaller and more precise openings that minimise collateral damage; that is, injury or other damage inflicted on an unintended target such as blood vessels and

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Libya Is Obama’s ‘Shithole’ And It Is An Unforgivable Blunder

Positioned comfortably at the top of the seven cardinal sins against the continent of Africa, is the term ‘shithole.’ Allegedly coined by President Trump to describe the deplorable conditions around the continent, the sons of the soil have vowed never to forgive the self-styled president—as if he will ever lose sleep over it! Seven years earlier, the President, described as

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Ex-Gambia President Looted US$363 Million Public Funds, Owned 281 Properties

Gambia’s official inquiry into the corruption of former President Yahya Jammeh found he had looted at least $363 million of public funds during his more than two decades in power. The two-year inquiry found Jammeh was responsible for “shameless acts of brazen outright thievery at the Central Bank of The Gambia,” said Abubacarr Tambadou, the country’s Minister of Justice. The

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These 9 mega trends are shaping the future of Africa

Each year, around the continent of Africa, Independence Day is marked with so much fanfare as the political and economic liberation of the African people. While independence certainly hasn’t led to political stability and economic liberation in every African country – and in some countries there is still a long way to go – the power of choice, for a

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New Zealand Attack: What This Australian MP Said About Islam Will Shock Many Muslims

Australian senator Fraser Anning

An Australian MP has been condemned for his “disgusting” claim, that New Zealand’s Muslim migrants were the cause of the terrorist attacks against mosques in Christchurch. Fraser Anning, who is known for his incendiary rhetoric, said the attacks should not be blamed on nationalism, but on New Zealand’s migration policy. “I am utterly opposed to any form of violence within

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Power Of Habits: Why Your Daily Habits Will Determine Your Level Of Success

Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s extraordinary performance against Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League last night, WakeUpAfrica360 takes a look at how the Juventus star reached this height of success. One of the best ways to shape the future is by deciding on your habits today. Habits are so powerful in our lives, yet many do not fully understand the power

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How It Happened: The 10 Deadliest Plane Crashes Of All Time

The world woke up to some terrible news on Sunday, March 10th when an Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa, killing all on board. The airline said 149 passengers and eight crew members, were on the flight from the Ethiopian capital to Nairobi in Kenya. The crash happened at 08:44 local time, six minutes after the

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How To Keep Clothing Interesting At Work

So many times, people in corporate institutions feel like the only colours they can wear that looks acceptable and professional is black and white. As much as black and white suit, or bottom and shirt works perfectly well it’s not a crime at all to put in some colour in your outfit. These are 3 ways to make your office

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