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COVID-19 and its Minions

by Nibras Abdulbasit

The trio of COVID-19, monkeypox, and Ebola, as challenging as they might be, provide a much needed lesson in how multifaceted a health scare can be and how precautions are necessary to include all of them if we truly want to escape one pandemic after another for the foreseeable future.

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COVID-19's Impact on Entrepreneurship

by Nibras Abdulbasit

Small businesses are the backbone of any economy and with the ripple effect of COVID-19 on economies all over the world, business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs are often at the mercy of macroeconomic factors.

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Christmas in Tanzania: The Perfect Time for Reconnecting with Families

by Philipo R. Florian

Christmas is a Christian festival celebrating the birth of Jesus. Nearly one-third of Tanzanians are Christian, and the beautiful traditions shared during this merry time are noteworthy of documenting.

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Akur Majok: Making a Contribution Towards the Future of South Sudan’s Fashion Industry

by Julia Akur Magot

The second-largest sector after agriculture in Africa is the fashion and textile industry with an estimated market value of $31 billion in 2020 and growing every year. Fast fashion is a marketing and manufacturing model where clothing moves instantly from the runway to retail stores. Young fashion designers like Akur Majok are making a contribution in growing the fashion sector in South Sudan