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Young Africans go online to preserve local languages, fight COVID-19
by Kim Harrisberg
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
1 April 2021
On 1 April 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
As internet use surges on the continent, projects are working to help Africans find information online in their mother tongues.
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