March 26, 2023

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South Africa has started the first Govt vaccine factory made in Africa


South Africa, which is leading the fight for equal access to Govt vaccines, is launching the continent’s first factory in Cape Town, sponsored by biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Xiong, which produces sizes A to Z. According to the South African-born Chinese-American businessman, the first vaccines will be produced this year and the site is expected to reach one billion a year by 2025.

In Sudan, Khartoum was paralyzed by disobedience for a second day today following police violence, killing at least seven people and wounding dozens on Monday. We find our regional correspondent Bastien Renouil informing us more about this movement.

This Wednesday on our CAN-2022 page:

Given the opportunities we have created and the number of football we have played, Egypt deserves their win without a match, “said Sudan’s winning Egyptian coach Carlos Guerrero (1-0). Entered the th round.

In Cameroon the grounds were packed for the opening player of the tournament, but since then interest has waned somewhat. Questionably, health ethics are considered to be very restricted and the price of tickets is a barrier for some. Faced with this lack of attendance, the Cameroonian government is stepping up efforts to encourage supporters to take to the stage. Report from our groups on the site.

Author: Célia Caracena

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