Day: April 28, 2019

Côte d’Ivoire : 616 milliards Fcfa pour répondre aux revendications syndicales

En ce qui concerne l'énergie, selon Touré, la Côte d'Ivoire, grande productrice de l'électricité en Afrique de l'ouest,...

Uganda: Amin Museum Plan Fails to Take Off Over Money Problems

By Felix Warom OkelloA ride on a boda boda on the bumpy road from the east of Koboko...

Uganda: Grammy Award Winner Angelique Kidjo to Headline Kampala Concert

By Bamuturaki MusinguziThree time Grammy Award winner and singer, songwriter and social ctivist Angélique Kidjo will headline the...

Zimbabwe: Cyclone Idai Victims Still Starve

By Idah MhetuVILLAGERS in Chimanimani's Tiya area, one of those most affected by Cyclone Idai last month that...

Zimbabwe: Zim Prodigy Chakwana Leaves Burnley

By Daniel NhakanisoENGLAND-BORN football prodigy Tinashe Chakwana's hopes of breaking into the first team of English Premiership side...

Comrades unlikely to be broadcast for first time as SABC, ASA fail to reach agreement

For the first time since SABC television broadcasts began in the 1970s, it seems that one of the...

South Africa Marks 25 Years Since End of Apartheid

Black South Africans were able to participate for the first time in an election on April 27, 1994....

Africa: Opposition Fizzling Out in East Africa

By Fred OluochEast Africa is in campaign mode, even though none of the countries will hold elections this...

Ramaphosa applying his mind to King Dalindyebo’s presidential pardon

In 2009, the Eastern Cape High Court sentenced King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo to an effective 12 years in jail...

Uganda: Road to 2021 – Uganda’s Opposition Faces Tough Times

By Jonathan KamogaAs Uganda moves closer to the 2021 general election, the country's opposition still faces major hurdles...

Kenya’s Rising Debt and Doubts Over Repayment

By James AnyanzwaKenya's borrowing spree has increased the accumulation of new debts with signs that the country's capacity...

Zimbabwe: Government Dismisses Midnight Looting of Gold Ore At Gaika Mine

By Audience MutemaGovernment has dismissed claims of illegal mining activities and looting of gold ore at Gaika Mine...

Uganda: The Case Was Adjourned for 6th Time Over Absence of State Prosecutor

By Wilson Kutamba and al-Mahdi SsenkabirwaMasaka — A case in which six people are accused of burning 11...

Zimbabwe: UN Warns of Starvation in Zimbabwe, Calls for Help

By Anna ChibamuThe United Nations has warned of possible starvation in drought stricken areas of Zimbabwe like Masvingo....

Zimbabwe: Why Mnangagwa’s Anti-Corruption Crusade Is Fast-Losing Steam

By Charles LaitonThe Judicial Service Commission (JSC) launched the special anti-corruption courts with fanfare slightly more than a...

Opinion: Where to now for Munster Rugby? – Donn O’Sullivan

It is a question too often asked. Where to now for Munster Rugby? Munster Rugby lost their seventh...

Sudan’s Military and Opposition Agree On Joint Council

Sudan's army rulers and opposition have reached a breakthrough in talks to form a joint civilian-military council. Thousands...

Zimbabwe: Music Videos Are Distracting Me – Blaqs

By Kennedy NyavayaWhen video director Vusa "Blaqs" Hlatshwayo climbed the stage to accept his National Arts Merit Award...

Zimbabwe: Gwanda Woos Investors With Incentives

By Richard MupondeGWANDA, which is eyeing city status in a year, has dangled a carrot to investors by...

Côte d’Ivoire / Le Premier ministre a lancé le recrutement exceptionnel d’enseignants

Le Premier ministre ivoirien, Amadou Gon Coulibaly, a lancé, dimanche, au lycée moderne d'Abobo, dans la banlieue nord...

Nigeria: Group Tasks Farmers, Herdsmen On Peace

The Eggon Cultural and Development Association (ECDA), Ezhiba chapter in Nasarawa State, has urged farmers and herdsmen to...

Zimbabwe: Cosafa Cup Gives Warriors Timely Boost

By Michael KariatiTHE 2019 Cosafa Cup, which will run from May 25 to June 8, could be the...

Zimbabwe: Data Tariffs Soar As Crisis Bites

By Nelson MuchenjeMobile network operators became the latest sector to increase prices for their products with an upward...

Uganda Moves to Tighten Security in Tourism Zones

By Edgar R. BatteThe spotlight still shines on Uganda in the wake of the abduction, and later release,...

Zimbabwe: Singapore Debacle Still Haunts Manyuchi

By Munyaradzi MadzokereBEFORE his defeat to Uzbek professional boxer Qudratillo Abduqaxorov in Singapore two years ago, former World...

Zimbabwe: Winky D, Gemma Shines As Cunning Patoranking Saves His Face

By Lemuel ChekaiA cocktail of brilliance, class, stardom and professionalism oozed the Ikonic Chronicles concert that was held...

Zimbabwe: High Court Overturns Police Ban On Nayo Demo

By Audience MutemaA High Court judge in Harare, issued an order last week allowing the National Youth Organisation...

Algeria’s ex-police chief to face graft probe

By AFPMore by this Author A former Algerian police chief once considered a pillar of the regime of...

Tanzania: Tasaf Moves in to Rescue Girls From Absconding School

By Maureen OdungaEFFORTS to ensure that girls do not abscond or drop out of school due to walking...

Idjwi: Peace haven in DRC’s conflict-ridden East – africanews

Idjwi: Peace haven in DRC's conflict-ridden East africanewsThe Congolese island of Idjwi is a small natural paradise nestled...

South Africa: Limpopo Police Strengthen Partnership With Community

press release Media Statement The police in Lulekani kept to their promise of enhancing and carrying on with...

Tanzania: TBS Seize Counterfeit, Substandard Goods in Northern Zone Regions

By Cheji Bakari in TangaThe Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS), has conducted impromptu operations of inspecting imported and...

Tanzania: Roaring Success As Malaria Deaths Drop By 70 Per Cent

By Lydia ShekighendaDeaths caused by malaria are down by 68.3 per cent, thanks to the government's dedicated efforts...

Kaaris : son concert en Côte d’Ivoire s’achève dans la violence

Dans la nuit du samedi à dimanche, le rapeur Kaaris a donné un concert au Festival des musiques...

Tanzania: Make Tanzania Your Second Home, PM Tells Israeli Tourists

By Deus NgowiPRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has called upon Israeli tourists to become Tanzania's ambassadors in and outside...

Kenya: Makueni Politician, Son Die in Road Crash

By Pius MaunduGrief has engulfed Mbooni area in Makueni County following the death of former MCA Joseph Musya...

Kenya: Evans Kidero Hits Out Anti-Graft Agency

By Collins OmuloEmbattled former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has accused the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) of 'prosecuting...

Nigeria: Dangote Donates N1.2bn Students’ Hostel to Abu

The Chairman of Dangote Foundation, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has donated students' hostel worth N1.2 billion to Ahmadu Bello...

Kenya: State House Says SGR Financing Was Not On Kenyatta’s Beijing Agenda

Kenya — State House has assertively refuted reports that Kenya unsuccessfully lobbied for a concessional financing arrangement for...

Kenya: Joho Denies Sh2.5bn Debt Claim From Flexair, Demands Apology

By Jeremiah WakayaNairobi — Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has denied claims that he owes a local helicopter charter...