Day: January 11, 2020

Drought ignites human-wildlife conflict in Zimbabwe

By AFPMore by this Author Zimbabwean villager Dumisani Khumalo appeared to be in pain as he walked gingerly...

West Africa: Amid Unprecedented Violence, Escalation of Terrorist Attacks in West Africa, United Nations Regional Office Needs Greater Role, Speakers Tell Security Council

New York — The United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS) has an increasingly important...

Nigerians Kick As Buhari’s Daughter Arrives Bauchi in Presidential Jet

Hanan Buhari, a certified creative photographer and youngest daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari, has incurred the wrath of...

Kenya’s Tourism Earnings Grow to $1.6b As 2019 Arrivals Stay Above 2m

Kenya's tourism earnings grew by 3.9 percent to Ksh163.6 billion ($1.6 billion) as arrivals defied terror threats and...

Uganda: Museveni’s Long Walk Draws Mixed Reactions

The 195-km long six-day trek by Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has elicited mixed reactions in the country. With...

Tanzania Opposition Cries Foul As the Country Enters Election Year

This is the year for Tanzania's political hygiene, and, during the coming 350-plus days, we are likely to...

Uganda: Four Ugandans Released From Rwanda Police Detention

Four Ugandan nationals who have been in detention at Murindi police station in neighbouring Rwanda have been released...

Uganda: Museveni Explains Brown Envelope Gifts During Trek

President Museveni has explain why he dished out 'brown envelopes' to persons he met and interacted with during...

Ivory Coast’s Bony has received a lot of offers – Newport County boss Flynn

Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony could sign for a new club this January after it was revealed that...

East Africa: Kiswahili Goes to School in South Africa

South Africa has become the first southern African country to offer Kiswahili as an optional subject in schools,...

Egypt: No Agreement On Use of the Nile

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have failed to reach an amicable deal on how to fill up the new...

Zimbabwe: Floods Leave 30 Families Homeless in Gokwe

About 30 families in Nembudziya, Gokwe North District, were left counting their losses after their houses and livestock...

Ethiopia: Trump Contests Nobel 2019

Speaks of 'saving Ethiopia' from war Amid a political campaign in Toledo, Ohio, President Donald J. Trump has...

Ethiopia: Freights, Bulk Shipment Entail More Economic Value Than Commuters – Study Finds

A study conducted on the Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway line has found out the broader economic significance of the...

Ethiopia Lifts-Up Tax On Export of Semi-Finished Leather Products

Ministry of Trade and Industry announced that Ethiopia has lifted-up the tax imposed on export of pickled and...

« Le péché de Laurent Gbagbo… c’est d’avoir voulu faire de la Côte d’Ivoire un état indépendant »

Le plus grande péché de Laurent Gbagbo, c'est d'avoir désiré, que la Côte d'Ivoire, et au-delà l'Afrique, se...

Latest sports news and fixtures: Saturday 11 January 2020

The latest sports news and fixtures for South African sports lovers.The Absa Premiership dominates the second Saturday of...

Grizelda Grootboom: ‘How my best friend trafficked me for sex’

Grizelda Grootboom was trafficked by a "friend" when she was 18 years old. She was tied in a...