Day: January 13, 2020

Odienné : 50 victimes des différentes crises survenues en Côte d’Ivoire reçoivent réparation

Cette remise de chèques s'inscrit dans le cadre du vaste programme de réparation des préjudices des différentes crises...

Uganda and Rwanda Trip – 11 Days My Unforgettable

As I grew up, I heard many people talking about Uganda being a beautiful and very attractive country...

Africa: NDERITU: Men make war, women silence the guns, have you heard?

Last week, nine precedent-setting, traditionally male-led chiefdoms in Cameroon’s North allowed women to begin presenting women’s matters to...

France summit: Macron and Sahel partners step up jihadist fight

Image copyright AFP Image caption A French soldier clears mines in Burkina Faso France and nations from Africa's...

Libyan rivals to sign ceasefire deal in Moscow

Both sides in Libya's conflict are expected to convene in Moscow on Monday to sign an agreement on...

Wilfried Zaha to Chelsea latest: Transfer ‘agreed’ with alternative, pundit makes Everton claim

It is seen as a clear indication that the Ivory Coast international still wants away from Selhurst Park...

Zimbabwe: Man Hangs Self Over Gold Ore

A 23-year-old man from Village 9, Morocco, in Chikuti recently committed suicide at his homestead after being accused...

Tanzania: Mineral Dealers Air Tax Woes, Ask Ministry to Address Them

WHILE the Tanzania Mineral Dealers Association (Tamida) appreciates reforms in the mining sector, it has aired some frustrations...

Nigeria: Supreme Court to Deliver Judgment On Imo Governorship Election Today

The Supreme Court has announced that it will today deliver judgment on the petitions against the declaration of...

Tanzania: Government Closes Factory for Violating Laws

THE government has closed down an iron bar factory dubbed Fujian Hexingwang for violating environmental laws and thus...

South Africa: Illuminating South Africa’s Electricity Use

South Africa's electrification project since democracy in 1994 has been a remarkable success story. Behind this success story...

Tanzania: Anxiety Reigns As Simba Eye Mtibwa Scalp

Zanzibar — A mammoth crowd is expected at the Amaan Stadium here today when star-studded Simba and Mtibwa...

Africa: CAF President in Cameroon to Inspect CHAN Progress

The president of the Confederation of African Football (Caf), Ahmad Ahmad arrived in Cameroon on Monday for a...

Kenya: School in Nairobi’s Mukuru Slums Closed After Heavy Floods

A school in Nairobi's Mukuru slums has been shut down following flooding which has affected five other schools....

Kenya: Home Player Korir Wins Year Opener in Nakuru

Nakuru Golf Club captain Hillary Korir started the year well after firing an impressive round of four over...

South Africa: The Day Gaza Becomes Uninhabitable

Palestinian-South African academic Haidar Eid speaks to New Frame about the day the United Nations said the densely...

Africa: Forever Living Products Packages 5 Million Meals to Fight World Hunger

Scottsdale, Arizona — Forever Living Products is excited to announce reaching its goal of providing 5 million meals...

Sudan Closes Four Media Outlets That Supported Former Regime

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the new Sudanese government's sudden closure of four media outlets that supported the...

South Africa: Ramaphosa Agrees to Help Defuse Nile Dam Crisis

Ethiopia's huge Renaissance dam on the Blue Nile stresses relations with Egypt and Sudan. President Cyril Ramaphosa has...

England’s Root back in training ahead of third test

England's Joe Root reacts after losing his wicket REUTERS/Mike HutchingsPORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (Reuters) - England captain Joe...

Zimbabwe: Confed Cup – Bosso Still Undecided

HIGHLANDERS could miss a glorious opportunity to return to the African Safari as their participation in the CAF...

Nigeria: Governorship Tussle – Again, Supreme Court Forced to Stop Kano Appeal

For the second time, the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Tanko Muhammad has been forced to stop...

Zimbabwe: Bulawayo Needs U.S.$15 Million to Fight Mosquito

The city of Bulawayo has been hit by an unprecedented outbreak of mosquito which has become a menace...

Uganda: Advantage Uganda in U-17 World Cup Qualifiers

Uganda take a 2-0 advantage to Addis Ababa for the second leg of the first round in Africa's...

Eritrea to Host Beach Volleyball Tournament

Asmara — Eritrea is to host regional beach volleyball tournament at the Girgusum seashore, the port city of...

Eritrea: Kenya Face Eritrea in Afro-Basketball Opener

Kenyan men face minnows Eritrea in their opening match of the Fiba Afro Basketball pre-qualifiers which tip off...

Sudan: Two Protestors Shot in Sudan’s El Gezira

Wad Madani — The Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) in El Gezira hold the police responsible for...

Jihadists kill three teachers in attack on Kenya school

Suspected Al-Shabaab Islamists killed three teachers and kidnapped another at a primary school in eastern Kenya on Monday,...

Egypt: Making Fun of Men or Emboldening Sex Pests? Egyptian Song Spurs Debate

Cairo — A video for the controversial song has been viewed more than 7.5 million times on YouTube...

Cameroon grants ‘special status’ its to restive regions. They don’t feel special

Cameroon grants 'special status' its to restive regions. They don't feel special - African Arguments By continuing to...

Libya: France, Egypt Urge Restraint in Libya’s Proxy War

France and Egypt have called for the "greatest restraint" from Libyan and international authorities to avoid escalating Libya's...

Child Found Dead in Paris in Undercarriage of Plane From Côte d’Ivoire

A child aged around 10 was found dead Wednesday at a Paris airport in the undercarriage of a...

Ghana: GNFS Holds End-of-Year Get-Together

The Ministry of the Interior will engage the Ministry of Finance on the retention of a portion of...

Ghana: Credit Unions to Hold Talks On Rebranding

The second edition of the Credit Unions Rebranding Conference is slated for February 25 to 26, 2020 at...

South Africa: SA, Ethiopia Sign Visa Waiver for Officials

South Africa and Ethiopia have signed an agreement on the waiver of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic...

South Africa: Ethiopian PM Asks Ramaphosa to Intervene in Dispute Over Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali has asked President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the dispute between Ethiopia...

‘Superman Saha’ not losing sleep over white-ball future

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Ghana’s Mining Communities Are Still Not Getting Their Just Dues

Ghana has gold, diamonds, bauxite, manganese, salt, limestone, granite and oil. Its mining and quarrying sector contributes significantly...

Africa: Ethiopia Asks South Africa to Help to Resolve Dam Dispute

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has accepted the task, saying that a solution was surely possible. Egyptian officials...

Somalia: President Meets With His Eritrean Counterpart

Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo held talks with his Eritrean counterpart Isaias Afwerki in Asmara on the progress...