Day: December 2, 2019

Sudan’s House Divided Poses Challenge to Successful Revolution

For decades Sudan has been a tale of two countries. On the one hand urban, educated, Arab elites...

Uganda: Security Personnel Who Try to Cover Up Criminals Are Endangered – Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni has warned police personnel and members of other security agencies not to try covering up...

Kenya: Masoud Juma Apologises to Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards Fans

Masoud Juma appears to have enlisted the services of a professional consultant as he embarks on a journey...

Eritrea Observed World Aids Day 2019

World AIDS Day 2019 was observed in Eritrea on 30 November 2019 under the theme "Communities make the...

Nigeria: Who Nigeria Puts Together a Comprehensive Business Continuity Plan to Scale Up Readiness of the Office

Abuja, 29 November, 2019 - The World Health Organization (WHO), Nigeria has concluded a workshop to develop its...

Cameroon: 2020 Finance Bill – Gov’t Unveils Priority Areas

Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute before members of National Assembly on November 29, 2019 presented government's economic, financial,...

Zimbabwe: Bereaved Siwela Sneaks Back

Exiled Matabeleland Liberation Organisation leader Paul Siwela has revealed that he recently sneaked back into the country to...

South Africa: Jobs Committee Pushes for Local Procurement of Goods

The Presidential Working Committee on Jobs has wrapped up its final meeting for the current calendar year by...

Ghana: Mining Industry Is the Bulwark of Ghana’s Development – Koney

The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, Mr Sulemanu Koney has described the mining industry...

Tanzania: Mwakinyo Win Is Legit, Say Pundits

TANZANIA'S Hassan Mwakinyo on Friday night beat Arnel Tinampay of the Philippines on points in an entertaining international...

Ethiopia: Germany Commits €352.5 M for Ethiopia

Germany and Ethiopia have agreed to deepen their partnership and have opened a new chapter in their bilateral...

How one brand dominates India’s chocolate market – deep dive, part one

"So, their cost per tonne will be less than ours. ... mainly from Indonesia, the Ivory Coast and...

UN warns of mass starvation in Zimbabwe as drought bites

By KITSEPILE NYATHIMore by this Author A United Nations expert has warned of a looming mass starvation in...

La FAO participe à l’effort de la Côte d’Ivoire pour son autosuffisance en ressources halieutiques

Nous pensons tripler », nos engagements en Côte d'Ivoire, a-t-il expliqué en marge de la cérémonie de clôture...