Day: January 14, 2020

Sudan: Clashes in Khartoum between army and mutineers

Image copyright AFP Image caption Sudanese troops fired in the air near the HQ of the General Intelligence...

Arsenal make transfer approach for former target Franck Kessie

Arsenal have registered their interest in the Ivory Coast international, but will ... and Kessie could represent an...

Shock as Ugandan imam discovers his new wife is a man

By DAILY MONITORMore by this Author Two weeks ago, an Imam in Uganda exchanged vows and signed a...

Six Nations 2020: ‘Scotland are a team that needs to get brutal’

Will Stuart McInally carry on as captain after a disappointing World Cup showing in Japan?It's not hard to...

Côte d’Ivoire: un frère du député incarcéré Alain Lobognon, interpellé

Un frère du député ivoirien incarcéré Alain Lobognon a été arrêté alors qu'il avait rendu visite à son...

Get Moving With CrossFit, An Ideal Workout To Stave Off Ageing

Crossfit has taken some heat over the years for some of their training methods, but the principles behind...

Sam Curran has what it takes to be England’s man of the moment | Barney Ronay | Sport

A few days before the start of the second Test against New Zealand Sam Curran was asked by...

Faculty/staff honors: Consulting assignment in Africa, honorary doctorate in Bern, conservation …

The assignment is a sort of return for Farquhar, who volunteered in Ivory Coast, or Côte d'Ivoire, as...

West Africa: France and G5 Sahel Recommit Themselves as U.S. Mulls Drawdown

Washington, DC — President Emmanuel Macron of France hosted a summit in Pau, southwestern France, with the heads...

Kenya: Northern Region Stares At Education Crisis As Teachers Flee

The Northern region is on the cusp of yet another education crisis as teachers begin fleeing amid fears...

Côte d’Ivoire : Dialogue politique, Gouvernement, groupements et partis politiques se rencontrent …

Côte d'Ivoire : Dialogue politique, Gouvernement, groupements et partis politiques se rencontrent demain à la Primature après un...

Angola: Sailing – Angola Dominate Qualifiers Fortokyo Olympic Games

Luanda — The duo of Angolan women's sailing team, Domingas Huambo and Isabel Afonso, dominated on Monday the...

Uganda: Tech – What 2020 Might or Might Not Bring

At the start of 2019, many people in the technology world predicted that the sector would drive growth...

Uganda: Police Fire Teargas As MP Ssekikubo Is Released On Bail

Police on Tuesday fired teargas to disperse jubilant supporters of Lwemiyaga County MP, Theodore Ssekikubo after he was...

Tanzania: Why Tanzania Stock Market Grows At Slow Pace

WHILE around the world, stock markets are being used to support companies and investors raise capital and give...

Zimbabwe: A Reflection On January 14 Protests, One Year On

It has been a difficult 12 months since Simon Sithole (38) lost his business to prowling youths on...

Zimbabwe: Machete Gang Strikes Again, One Arrested

Two lovebirds escaped from the claws of death after a suspected gang of the notorious machete wielding robbers...

South Africa: Family Robbed, Teen Daughter Raped in KZN Farm Attack

A KwaZulu-Natal family is reeling from a horrific home invasion after three men robbed them at their farm...

South Africa: ‘We Are Placing Learners By the Hour’ – Western Cape Education Department, Ahead of School Openings Rush

The Western Cape Education Department is helping parents place their children at schools ahead of the first day...

De Villiers ponders T20 World Cup return

South Africa's AB de Villiers in action REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo(Reuters) - AB de Villiers has confirmed there have...

Ethiopia: GERD Talk Standoff and Ethiopia’s Need to Rally Behind ‘It’s My Dam’

"Seleshi Bekele's courage to say 'It's my Dam' should persist for long and become the slogan of the...

South Africa: Sassa Dismisses Claims of Free School Uniform

SASSA has dismissed claims that it is giving out free school uniform. This comes after messages circulated on...

Nigeria: Two Teachers Abducted in Edo

Suspected gunmen believed to be kidnappers have abducted two teachers, a male and a female, while teaching at...

South Africa: Blood Tests, Interviews to Be Conducted As Five Are Still Critically Ill After Suspected Poisoning in Cape Town

Five of the six people thought to have ingested a substance which made them collapse in Wetton, Cape...

Zimbabwe: NetOne’s Onemoney Offers Massive Discount for Fees Payment

Telecoms operator, NetOne has re-introduced the 100% School Fees Back Promotion which allows parents to get a portion...

Nigeria: Buhari Signs Finance Bill Into Law

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the finance bill into law. In a short thread on his verified Twitter...

Nigeria: The Natural Resource Reserves – Sustainable Alternative to Buhari’s Revenue-push Policies

Abuja — The Buhari administration has been struggling to meet its budgetary mandates as well as the President’s...

Nigeria’s Economy In Crises Despite Several Economic Roadmaps

Abuja — Nigeria’s economy bears semblance to the story of a boy who chose to be clothed in...

Kenya: Traditional Crops Puff Hopes for Climate Resilience in Kenya

Embu, Kenya — Can growing more climate-hardly crops - and finding ways to process them into popular products...

Sudan: Darfur Attacks Against Farmers Leave One Dead, Another Wounded

Saraf Omra — On Sunday, a displaced man was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in North Darfur. In...

Sudan: Victims of Human Rights Abuse Can File Complaints Now

Khartoum — Sudan has formed a committee to investigate grave human rights violations with specific material and temporal...

Sudan: Women Rights Movement Is Growing

Babanusa — The No to Women Oppression Initiative officially opened its first branch in West Kordofan on Monday....

Kenya: Siaya Police Hunt for Bishop’s Kidnappers

Police in Siaya are investigating alleged kidnapping of a local church bishop last Saturday. Siaya County Police Commander...

Ghana: 38 Customs Officers Complete Training in Counter-Terrorism

Asutsuare — Thirty-eight officers from the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) counter-terrorism unit have completed...

Ghana: 10 Immigration Officers Honoured for Refusing to Take Bribe

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has honoured 10 of its officers for impounding contraband goods and refusing to...

Ghana: Former MASLOC Boss Sent Me to Receive Gh¢50,000 From Company – Witness

A prosecution witness yesterday told the Financial Division "One" of Accra High Court that Madam Sedinam Tamakloe Attionu,...

Africa: Not Enough Fish in the Sea

There has recently been some controversy surrounding the mining of bauxite (a precursor to aluminium) in Ghana, with...

Eritrea: Joint Communiqué On the Visit of the President of Somalia H. E. Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed to Eritrea

At the official invitation of H. E. President Isaias Afwerki, H. E. Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed, President of Somalia,...

South Africa: Junior Boks Drawn With England in U20 Championship

Cape Town — The Junior Springboks have been drawn in the same pool as England for this year's...

Tanzania: Gold Exports Make Up Half of Tanzania Export Earnings

Tanzania's gold exports accounted for 51.4 per cent or half of the non-traditional export goods, and increased by...