Day: September 30, 2019

Prince Harry: Protecting nature ‘may sound hippy’ but is vital

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Prince Harry has made conservation a key focus of his royal duties...

Rwanda: Tortured in Uganda, Rwandan Mother Narrates How She Was Separated From Her One-Month-Old Baby

Julienne Kayirere, a Rwandan mother who was tortured and separated from her one month baby has been deported...

Rwanda, Uganda Relations – Spread of Fake News Violates Luanda Agreement

Rwanda's Minister of Justice Johnston Busingye has said that the spread of fake news by Ugandan media violates...

Nigeria: COZA Rape Scandal – Fatoyinbo’s ‘Ex-Spiritual Mentors’ Say He Committed Similar Crimes in the Past

Two former spiritual mentors of Biodun Fatoyinbo of Common Wealth of Zion Assembly, Busola Olotu and Emmanuel Oset...

Nigeria: Four Nigerian Senators Sacked By Election Tribunals

Barely three months after the inauguration of the ninth assembly, at least four senators have been sacked by...

Nigeria: SSS: Nigeria’s Security Agency Notorious for Disobeying Court Orders

The State Security Service (SSS) has become notorious for disobeying court orders, a PREMIUM TIMES analysis has shown....

Zimbabwe: Govt, WHO Assess Cholera Preparedness

GOVERNMENT has embarked on an exercise to assess the preparedness of health institutions to fight cholera and typhoid...

Zimbabwe: Chamisa Humiliates Wife – allAfrica.com

MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa has come under fire from many social media users after a video went...

Zimbabwe: Govt, UN Envoy to Agree on Final Report

Government and the United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association,...

Zimbabwe’s Re-Engagement Drive Goes Gear Up

President Mnangagwa took Zimbabwe's engagement and re-engagement crusade a gear up at the just- ended 74th United Nations...

Zimbabwe: Chief Justice Speaks on Rule of Law

The courts never denied the opposition MDC-Alliance the right to demonstrate as wrongly presented to the United Nations...

Zimbabwe: Take Lead in Unifying Nation, ED Tells Churches

President Mnangagwa has urged the church to take a leading role in unifying the country to ensure the...

Zimbabwe: Zupco Raises Fares – allAfrica.com

Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco) will tomorrow marginally increase fares for urban commuter buses, in a development that...

Nigeria: D’Banj – Relishing New Baby Boy

It is indeed good news for superstar singer, D'banj, real name Oladapo Oyebanji and his wife, Lineo Didi...

Côte d’Ivoire and Kenya named rising stars of global trade

Côte d'Ivoire is the market that has most rapidly improved its trade growth potential over the past decade,...

East Africa: Bekele Misses Kipchoge’s Marathon Record By a Whisker – What They Said

When Eliud Kipchoge set a new world marathon record of two hours, one minute and 39 seconds in...

Rugby World Cup: Lay off the referees, pleads All Blacks coach Steve Hansen

HANNAH PETERS/GETTY IMAGESAll Blacks coach Steve Hansen says there's no point in piling even more pressure on the...

Equatorial Guinea: Luxury Cars Seized from African Leader Auctioned

A fleet of luxury, high-performance cars seized from the son of Equatorial Guinea's president have been auctioned off...

Kenya: Smoking Out the Dirty Money in Kenya

Kenya's highest-value banknote makes way for a new-look 1,000-shilling bill on October 1. Has the bid to expose...

Ex-President Mugabe Laid to Rest in Rural Home

Zimbabwe's heroes have traditionally been buried at Harare's National Heroes Acre. But after much wrangling between the government...

Congo-Kinshasa: Ebola One Year On – The Wins, The Setbacks, and The Way Forward

The last five years have witnessed the two biggest outbreaks of Ebola, first in West Africa and currently...

Fraser-Pryce, Felix dan Liu Hong tambah emas di Doha

Atlet Britain, Dina Asher-Smith menang perak dengan catatan 10.83 saat manakala bintang Ivory Coast, Marie-Josee Ta Lou menang...

Allyson Felix passes Usain Bolt with 12th gold

Dina Asher-Smith of Britain took silver (10.83) ahead of Marie-Josee Ta Lou of the Ivory Coast (10.90). Defending...

Today’s latest news and headlines, Monday 30 September

Stay up to date with the latest news in South Africa by reviewing all major headlines making waves...

Barrett brothers to make history with all three to start for All Blacks | Sport

Beauden, Jordie and Scott Barrett will become the first trio of brothers to appear for the All Blacks...

Uganda’s Solomon Serwanjja wins BBC World News Komla Dumor award

Image caption Solomon Serwanjja wants to carry on Komla Dumor's legacy of changing the narrative about Africa Ugandan...

T&T gets 2 chances at Worlds 200m glory

She runs in Heat 1 from Lane 4 at 10.05 am TT time and will have to contend...

Sports Digest: Revolution secure spot in MLS playoffs with shutout

SOCCER. Teal Bunbury and Gustavo Bou scored, Matt Turner got his second consecutive shutout and the New England...