Day: July 30, 2018

South Africa's high-speed train workers strike, services reduced - Reuters

Flooding in Sudan kills woman, destroys homes - Star Tribune

Workers at South Africa's high-speed Gautrain went on strike over pay on Monday affecting services to the country's...

Kenya:China Seeks to Set Record Straight On SGR, Global Trade As Row Rages - AllAfrica.com

South Sudan foes sign 'preliminary' power-sharing deal - The Daily Star

For a country that for years was associated with insular communist orthodoxy, aversion to private enterprise, and self-imposed...

Egyptian zoo accused of bad paint job by coloring donkeys to look like zebras - KXL-AM Portland

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

The zoo in Nasr City has denied the allegation but Mahmoud Sarhan, a recent high school graduate whose...

Innovation: Africa enters a global partnership with Bayport... - World News Report

South Africa's high-speed train workers strike, services reduced - Reuters

Africa , a non-profit organisation, and Bayport Management Ltd , a multinational financial services provider with a strong...

New Lagos Anglican Bishop urges Nigerians to return to God - Vanguard

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Rt. Rev. Humphrey Olumakaiye on Monday formerly assumed office as the Diocesan Bishop of the Diocese of Lagos...

Minister appeals for Chiefs to support fight against 'galamsey' - Ghanamma.com

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Kenyasi , July 30 GNA - Mr Kofi Dzamesi, The Minister of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs has appealed...

WFP, Ethiopia urge more funding to address refugees' humanitarian needs - Xinhuanet

The Ethiopian government and the UN World Food Programme on Monday called for more funding to address the...

Pastor commits suicide in US after wife marries new man - Daily Monitor

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

A Ugandan pastor based in the United States has reportedly committed suicide after photographs of his wife he...

EU extends military training in Central Africa

The European Union extended its military training mission in the Central African Republic for two more years, it...

PICS: Counting by candlelight and lanterns underway in Zimbabwe's historic vote

PICS: Counting by candlelight and lanterns underway in Zimbabwe's historic vote

The last of Zimbabwe's voters have cast their ballots by the light of lanterns, candles and mobile phones...

Davy Sage Releases EP With New Music Video

Davy Sage Releases EP With New Music Video

Davy Sage finally released his much-anticipated EP on July 6th. And he also released a music video for one...

Fix our bad roads in three days or we will demonstrate - Bawku Residents - Ghanamma.com

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Residents at Bawku in the Upper East region have threatened to embark on a massive demonstration if their...

UN delays drawdown of Somalia peacekeeping force

UN delays drawdown of Somalia peacekeeping force

The UN Security Council on Monday delayed a plan to draw down the peacekeeping mission in Somalia after...

Excitement, Optimism as Zimbabwe Holds Historic Election - Voice of America

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Zimbabweans voted Monday in a pivotal election that could, many hope, turn around the nation's shattered economy and...

South Africa A feast on Board Presidenta s inexperienced attack - CricketCountry.com

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

South Africa A feasted on Board President's inexperienced bowling attack to amass 389 for two on the first...

Kenya beats Uganda to Victoria Cup again - New Vision

South Sudan foes sign 'preliminary' power-sharing deal - The Daily Star

Kenya registered one of the biggest wins over Uganda as they completed a hat-trick of Victoria Cup wins...

Talks brewing? Egypt summons Hamas leaders for talks on - reconciliation' wit... - Jerusalem Post

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Head of Hamas delegation Saleh Arouri hugs Fatah leader Azzam Ahmad as they sign a reconciliation deal in...

PICS: Social media abuzz with excitement over Zimbabwe election

PICS: Social media abuzz with excitement over Zimbabwe election

Social media users were abuzz with excitement as Zimbabwe held its first election without former president Robert Mugabe...

Mali says 700-plus polling stations couldn't operate in vote

Mali says 700-plus polling stations couldn't operate in vote

More than 700 polling stations across Mali were not able to operate in Sunday's elections, which took place...

Tanzania:WFP to Boost Maize Farmers' Market - AllAfrica.com

South Sudan foes sign 'preliminary' power-sharing deal - The Daily Star

THE World Food Programme plans to buy 75,000 metric tonnes of maize from Tanzania in the next six...

Learn from Dino Melaye! Nigerians urge army fighting Boko Haram to always 'cl... - Ghanamma.com

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Senator Dino Melaye representing Kogi West, yesterday narrated how he escaped being burned alive by some unknown assailants...

On election day, the 'new Zimbabwe' looks closer - but still stubbornly far away - Christian Science Monitor

South Africa's high-speed train workers strike, services reduced - Reuters

When the Monitor first met these families , Robert Mugabe had just resigned - the same day, in...

Zimbabwe opposition cries foul in historic post-Mugabe vote - News9 Oklahoma City

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Zimbabwe votes Monday in an election that could, if deemed credible, tilt the country toward recov... . Zimbabweans...

Zimbabwe opposition criticises voting delays amid historic election - Haringey Independent

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader has said reported voting delays are a "deliberate attempt" to undermine his supporters in...

Church of Uganda sued for diverting malaria money - Daily Monitor

Mali votes in presidential election amid insecurity - The Virginian-Pilot

Church of Uganda has been sued for allegedly diverging Shs100 million it received to run anti malaria projects...

Flooding in Sudan kills woman, destroys homes - Star Tribune

Flooding in Sudan kills woman, destroys homes - Star Tribune

A Sudanese official says a woman has been killed in heavy flooding that also damaged or destroyed dozens...

Kenya:Search for Steam Power to Kick Off Next Month - AllAfrica.com

South Africa's high-speed train workers strike, services reduced - Reuters

Geothermal Development Company general manager in-charge of drilling and infrastructure George Kinyanjui said the first phase of the...

Czech found guilty of electrocuting wife and child seeks case review - Radio Prague

South Africa's high-speed train workers strike, services reduced - Reuters

A Czech man sentenced to 28 years in prison for murdering his wife and daughter while on holiday...

Kenya: Investing in Bamboo to Curb Floods in Kenya

In Kenya, floods and landslides killed around 100 people and displaced nearly 300,000 between March and May 2018....

Ethiopia: Africa's Diplomatic Capital Striving to Offer Home for Its Residents

By Tsegay HagosNowadays, Ethiopia's population has surpassed more than 100 million mark. This number makes the nation as...

Ethiopia: UNHCR Special Envoy for the Somali Refugee Situation Applauds Ethiopia's Generosity to Refugees

press release UNHCR Special Envoy for the Somali refugee situation, Ambassador Mohamed Affey, expressed his deepest appreciation to...

Ethiopia: Femme the Future - Frehiwot Tamiru Is New CEO of Ethiopia's Sole, State-Run Telecommunications Company

Ethiopia: Femme the Future - Frehiwot Tamiru Is New CEO of Ethiopia's Sole, State-Run Telecommunications Company

By Kylie KiunguyuFrehiwot Tamiru has been appointed the new CEO of Ethio Telecom, Ethiopia's sole telecommunications company. She...

Zimbabwe election: High turnout in first post-Mugabe poll

Zimbabwe election: High turnout in first post-Mugabe poll

Image copyright AFP Image caption Some people joined queues at 02:00 local time waiting for the polls to...

The state of infrastructure development in Africa

The state of infrastructure development in Africa

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Man United players should consider curtailing holidays: Mourinho | Sport

Man United players should consider curtailing holidays: Mourinho | Sport

(Reuters) - Manchester United’s World Cup participants should consider cutting their holidays short to help the depleted team...

EU observer: Some Zimbabwe voting 'disorganised'

A guide to Zimbabwe's 1st post-Robert Mugabe election

The head of the European Union mission monitoring Zimbabwe's elections says his team has seen "huge differences" in...

South Africa: KwaZulu-Natal Treasury Hosts Financial Education Summit, 31 Jul

press release The Office of the Premier and KZN Treasury to hold the Financial Education Summit for government...

South Africa: Mother of Missing Durban Boy, 10, Lashes Out At Accused

The Durban Magistrate's Court fell silent on Monday after the mother of a missing child lashed out at...

South Africa: National Student Financial Aid Scheme On Allegation of 2018 and 2019 Student Funding Matters

press release NSFAS on the allegations made in the City Press and Sunday Independent newspapers with regard to...

South Africa: Limpopo Cops Monitoring Blouberg Service Delivery Protest

Limpopo police are monitoring a tense protest in Senwabarwana in the Blouberg Local Municipality. This is after residents...