Day: December 11, 2019

Eritrea: Vocational Training to Youth in Barentu

Barentu — Vocational training was provided to 173 youth in Barentu sub-zone. The three months vocational training included...

Uganda’s First Health Minister Dies Aged 103 Years

Uganda's first indigenous Health minister, Dr Emmanuel Bijugo Ssajjalyabeene Lumu is dead. Lumu breathed his last at his...

East Africa: EAC Speakers Question S. Sudan, Rwanda Absence From Meeting

The Speakers of parliaments from the East African Community (EAC) member states yesterday questioned the absence of Rwanda...

South Africa: New Era for Methodist Church With Women in Top Roles

Bishop Purity Malinga is the first woman to be appointed presiding bishop in the Methodist Church of Southern...

Ghana: UNFPA Unveils Murals On Gender-Base Violence

The United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) has ended its 16 days of activism against gender-based violence with the...

Tanzania: Keep Emotions Away From Business Affairs Says Mohammed Dewji

Kampala — Mr Mohammed Dewji's ideas and experience regarding building a business empire are compelling. Born in the...

Nigeria: Group Petitions Council On Cargo Transfer Violation, Inappropriate Charges

The All Ports Unified Freight Forwarding Practitioners Association, APUFFPA, has petitioned the Nigerian Shippers Council, NSC, over wrong...

Three soldiers, 14 ‘terrorists’ dead in Niger camp assault

By AFPMore by this Author Three soldiers and 14 attackers died in an assault earlier this week on...

Zimbabwe’s Currency Crisis Is Far From Being Resolved

Zimbabweans are heading into yet another bleak festive season, with basic commodity costs soaring beyond the reach of...

Africa: Inside Ethiopia’s Commodities Pit

In a small, tidy office on the top floor of the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange building in Addis Ababa,...

Kenya: Toyota Kenya Bets on Suzuki’s Growing Interest to Deliver Double-Digit Performance

Nairobi — Toyota Kenya is betting on the growing interest in new vehicle models by the Kenyan consumer,...

Kenya/Egypt: Bitok Wary of Egypt Ahead of Olympic Qualifiers

Malkia Strikers head coach Paul Bitok has singled out Egypt as a potential dark horse ahead of the...

Africa: Angola Attends Peace and Security Forum in Egypt

Luanda — Foreign Affairs Minister Manuel Augusto will travel this Wednesday to Aswan city, Republic of Egypt, where...

‘Between life and death’: Rescued migrants recall Libya ‘hell’

Behind Florent was Karim*, a 16-year-old from Ivory Coast, whose dream of playing football in Europe led him...

Cameroon: 275 Killed By Boko Haram in Far North – Victims Feel Abandoned

At least 275 people killed - including 225 civilians - between January and November Kidnappings, forced conversions to...

South Africa: Ramaphosa Set to Meet Eskom Leadership After Decision to Cut Egypt Trip Short

The Presidency has confirmed to News24 President Cyril Ramaphosa will cut his trip to Egypt short, returning home...

Côte d’Ivoire : en 2020, la Société des transports abidjanais va se doter de 500 nouveaux bus

C'était en présence du ministre du Transport, Amadou Koné, et de l'ambassadrice de la Suède en Côte d'Ivoire,...

East Africa: Sudan Participates in Talks On Renaissance Dam in Washington

Washington — Sudan delegation has participated in the discussions between the Foreign and Irrigation Ministers of Sudan, Ethiopia...