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The Unexpected Front Liner

Kefilwe Mosala still dreams of a job in tourism, but for as long as the pandemic persists, she is needed elsewhere. Amplify fellow Gomolemo Dikang spoke to her.

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Zain Verjee on the targeting of Southern African countries after disclosure of the OMICRON variant by South Africa's scientists.

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Nairobi's Homework Club

Cynthia Gichiri writes about a small library in Mukuru that helps children from slums get their schoolwork done.

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A Near Fatal Wait

Murielle E. reflects on her brutal encounter with Covid19.

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Genet's Brew

Genet Tilaybelay went from being a weaver to a coffee seller, all in the quest to survive and feed her new born baby, after the pandemic served up a bitter brew.

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Driving Against Stigma

Simon Kimera, a cargo truck driver and father of two, shares his experience dealing with separation and stigma.

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No Going Back

Funmi Adebayo writes about Albert Afeso Akanbi, a documentary film-maker who found his love for family, life and work during the pandemic.

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From Stages to Laptops

Zambian-Welsh artist Chembo Music spoke to Amplify's Mazuba Kampambwe on how the pandemic compelled her to perform anew.

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1.8 Times More Vulnerable

Carême Kouamé on the impact of the pandemic on the economic prospects of women.

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An Escape Through Tech

Bukunmi Oyewole on William Alamu's exciting adventure into technology.

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The Girl with the Face of God

Every birth has its own pain. 16 year old Maria endured her own. as told by Darlington Chibueze.

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A New Narrative

Sophia Adepoju's Narrative spread illustrates Mbali Sebokedi's love for books, make up, her experiences of the global pandemic, and the power of community.