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A lion goes Cujo in Will Packer’s ‘Beast’ starring Idris Elba

The Spokesman-Review 18 Aug 2022
Idris Elba is going to test his box-office appeal as a lead in a big, brawny thriller with the upcoming film “Beast,” in which he plays a dad protecting his two teenage daughters from a rampaging lion in South Africa ... And South Africa felt like an authentic backdrop for the story ... “People at the screening were screaming and cheering.
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How Rwanda could become one of the first countries to wipe out cervical cancer

The Guardian 18 Aug 2022
With a strong HPV vaccination programme and a concerted screening and treatment drive, the country could be the first in Africa...
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Shades of Cujo in the survival thriller 'Beast'

The Buffalo News 18 Aug 2022
Idris Elba is going to test his box-office appeal as a lead in a big, brawny thriller with the upcoming film "Beast," in which he plays a dad protecting his two teenage daughters from a rampaging lion in South Africa ... And South Africa felt like an authentic backdrop for the story ... "People at the screening were screaming and cheering.
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A lion goes Cujo in 'Beast' starring Idris Elba

News & Record 18 Aug 2022
Idris Elba is going to test his box-office appeal as a lead in a big, brawny thriller in the film “Beast,” in which he plays a dad protecting his two teenage daughters from a rampaging lion in South Africa ... And South Africa felt like an authentic backdrop for the story. We considered doing it in Atlanta, but it would have been all green screen.”.
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A lion goes Cujo in Will Packer's 'Beast' starring Idris Elba

Finger Lakes Times 17 Aug 2022
ATLANTA — Idris Elba is going to test his box-office appeal as a lead in a big, brawny thriller with the upcoming film "Beast," in which he plays a dad protecting his two teenage daughters from a rampaging lion in South Africa ... And South Africa felt like an authentic backdrop for the story ... "People at the screening were screaming and cheering.
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Highly-anticipated African fantasy series Blood Psalms unveils trailer

Business Ghana 17 Aug 2022
<div><em>&bull;&nbsp;Blood Psalms will also have its world premiere in Cape Town on Wednesday, 24 August 2022 as the opening night screening at MIP Africa, part of FAME Week Africa</em></div> ... Africa.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></div>.
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Monkeypox concerns loom as campuses reopen

The Daily Star 17 Aug 2022
the fact New York is the epicenter of the nation's monkeypox outbreak ... "You can also get it from hugging," Nielsen said ... On Aug ... Nielsen said monkeypox had mainly been confined to Africa before this year ... "It should be on everybody's radar screen," Nielsen said, suggesting that anyone with a skin lesion -- adult or child -- be examined by a physician ... .
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INTERVIEW: A lion goes Cujo in Will Packer’s ‘Beast’ starring Idris Elba

Atlanta Journal 16 Aug 2022
Idris Elba is going to test his box-office appeal as a lead in a big, brawny thriller with the upcoming film “Beast,” where he plays a dad protecting his two teenage daughters from a rampaging lion in South Africa ... And South Africa felt like an authentic backdrop for the story ... “People at the screening were screaming and cheering.
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Joburg Film Festival Returns In 2023

Videoage 15 Aug 2022
The Joburg Film Festival will return from January 31-February 5, 2023 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Organized in partnership with the MultiChoice Group, the festival will screen over 60 films and its ...
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South Africa’s ‘silent revolution’ as those with cash go solar

FX Empire 15 Aug 2022
As a worsening power crisis hobbles Africa’s most industrialised economy, provoking public ire, President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised to cut through red tape to boost coal-addicted South Africa’s use of renewable energy ... Despite abundant solar and wind resources, South Africa’s government has proved reluctant to adopt renewable energy.
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South Africa's 'silent revolution' as those with cash go solar

Reuters 15 Aug 2022
As a worsening power crisis hobbles Africa's most industrialised economy, provoking public ire, President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised to cut through red tape to boost coal-addicted South Africa's use of renewable energy.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com.
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REVIEW: ‘Day Shift’ is a horror show in the worst possible sense

Arab News 15 Aug 2022
LONDON. Hitting screens in the Middle East and North Africa, Netflix’s latest horror action movie “Day Shift” could be about to disappoint ... So it is with “Day Shift,” the streaming giants’ new horror-action caper starring Jamie Foxx as vampire hunter Bud, and Dave Franco as his nerdy union representative ... The film stars US actor Jamie Foxx. (Supplied).
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New York polio cases a reminder that the disease has not gone away

Herald-Standard 14 Aug 2022
Cases have also been reported in pockets of Asia and Africa. The Global Polio Eradication Initiative has been pushing for additional testing and screening, and the organization has reported that the coronavirus pandemic slowed efforts at polio vaccination because of concerns that those going door to door would be bringing COVID-19 along with them.
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NFA to organise Africa Cinema Convention in Accra

Business Ghana 13 Aug 2022
Ms Asante said Africa remained the most underserved market in cinema exhibition with less than 1700 screens to over 1.3 billion population on the continent ... “Africa is the most underserved cinema market globally with one screen to every787, 402 people.
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Below Deck Med: Courtney Veale and Zee Dempers reunite for night on the town

Monsters & Critics 13 Aug 2022
Last year, Courtney and Katie even met up with Zee on a trip to South Africa. Season 7 of Below Deck Mediterranean brings the two back together on-screen, with Courtney joining the deck team after bosun Raygan Tyler was fired.

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