Day: October 11, 2019

Uganda Plans Bill Imposing Death Penalty for Gay Sex

Nairobi - Uganda announced plans on Thursday for a bill that would impose the death penalty on homosexuals,...

Ethiopia: Faced With Climate Change and Growth, Ethiopia’s Capital Shores Up Its Water Supply

Addis Ababa — Every day, Tewdros Belay turns on the tap in his home in the heart of...

Ebola virus now squeezed into ‘corner’ of DRC

Efforts to halt an Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo have made "significant progress", with the...

South Africa: US Sanctions the Guptas, but Why Now?

A few hours after it was announced that the US Treasury had implemented sanctions against the controversial Gupta...

South Africa: SA Urged to Take Swift Action Against the Guptas As US Piles On Pressure

South African authorities must crack the whip on the Gupta family, say opposition parties as the US moved...

Nigeria to Team up with Cameroon to Set Cocoa Price

Reuters reported that Ivory Coast and Ghana, which account for nearly two thirds of global cocoa production, have...

Fiac art fair director Jennifer Flay on the challenges ahead

The 46th edition opens this week in Paris, bringing together 199 galleries from an unprecedented 29 countries, with...

Activists Give Major Chocolate Companies Poor Marks for Human Rights | Voice of America – English

Activists estimate that 1.6 million children of poor families work in Ghana and Ivory Coast harvesting cocoa beans...

Son amour et ses projets pour la Côte d’Ivoire, ses objectifs avec les Eléphants… Zaha se livre à …

Récemment honoré à Londres pour ses actions philanthropiques notamment en Côte d'Ivoire, l'International Ivoirien s'est livré sans détour...

Côte d’Ivoire – Coulibaly Kuibiert, nouveau président de la CEI : un homme de probité et de …

J'ai suivi avec une attention toute particulière les derniers développements de l'actualité relatifs à la CEI (Commission Electorale...

South Africa’s xenophobia problems result of leadership failure

Before this, there had been regular outbreaks of xenophobic campaigns across Africa: Senegal expelled Guineans in 1967; Ivory...