Day: January 15, 2020

Ethiopia’s electoral agency sets tentative date for elections

By AMINA WAKOMore by this Author Ethiopia’s upcoming general election will probably be held on August 16, the...

Cameroon confirm 2021 Africa Cup of Nations will be played at start of year

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon) and Nicolas Pépé (Ivory Coast) are also likely to feature, with Manchester City, Manchester...

Kenya: Akumu Officially Announced At Kaizer Chiefs

South African top-tier side Kaizer Chiefs have announced the signing of Kenyan international Anthony Akumu. The player has...

Côte d’Ivoire-AIP/ Inter: Des transporteurs routiers du Burkina Faso menacent d’aller en grève …

Abidjan, 15 jan (AIP)- Des transporteurs routiers du Burkina Faso ont menacé, mardi, d'aller en grève illimitée, à...

Uganda: Schools Were Victims of Fake Papers On Social Media – Uneb

The Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) yesterday told Parliament that several schools were victims of fake examination papers...

Ghana: MP Pledges Support for Construction of Vocational School

Mr Patrick Alhassan Adamah, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sissala West Constituency, has assured the residents that...

Ghana: ghana Loses Over Us$200m in Downstream Petroleum Revenue Annually – Veep

The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has said that the country loses over 200 million dollars per annum...

Uganda: Imam’s Fake Bride Charged With Unnatural Offence, Theft

Mr Richard Tumushabe, the man who masqueraded as a woman and was wedded by Imam Mohammed Mutumba in...

South Africa: Old Mutual Wins Long-Standing Case Against Peter Moyo

The insurer's appeal against an earlier ruling that temporarily reinstated Peter Moyo as CEO was upheld by the...

Zimbabwe: Anglican Bishop Arrested – allAfrica.com

Manicaland Diocese Anglican Bishop Eric Ruwona has been arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission in connection with fraud...

2021 Africa Cup of Nations moved to January, Cameroon FA announces

The Africa Cup of Nations was switched to June and July in 2019 to avoid a clash with...

Zimbabwe: Kamambo Gets CAF Post… Bribery Charge Dropped

ZIFA president Felton Kamambo, who has been battling to contain a domestic storm, was smiling yesterday after being...

Ford: England won’t be left with World Cup hangover

George Ford insists England will not suffer from a World Cup hangover when the Six Nations kicks off...

Nigeria: Four Persons Shot As Shiites, Police Clash in Abuja

Abuja — Four members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), also known as the Shittes, yesterday sustained...

‘Too early’ to say Libya ceasefire collapsed: Turkey

Turkey on Wednesday said it was still confident the ceasefire in Libya would hold despite strongman Khalifa Haftar's...

Kenya: Seven Gang Members Suspected to Have Robbed Man of Sh900,000 Arrested

Detectives drawn from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) on Tuesday arrested seven members of a notorious gang...

Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency over sexual violence

Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency over sexual violence - African Arguments By continuing to browse the...

Africa Insiders: Egypt finds itself downstream without a paddle

Africa Insiders: Egypt finds itself downstream without a paddle - African Arguments By continuing to browse the site...

Tanzania: President Magufuli Receives Credentials of Diplomats From Three Countries

Dar es Salaam — President John Magufuli received diplomatic credentials of envoys from Germany, Qatar and Algeria at...

Rwanda: Civil Servants Barred From Commenting On Uganda-Rwanda Relations

Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have been stopped from discussing or making public statements on the...

Africa hamstrung by deadly flood of fake medicine

After he was struck down by malaria and typhoid, Togolese tailor Ayawo Hievi thought he was set to...

Ethiopia: Green Tax En Route to the Scene

Tourists will pay certain amount on top of visa fee. A new bill that will introduce an ecotax,...

Tanzania: Malaria, HIV, Maternal Deaths Contained in Zanzibar

MANY developing countries have been struggling to control malaria, HIV, and maternal mortality, but for Zanzibar the progress...

Sudan: Council of Ministers Issues Statement On Insurgency of Operation Service in Some Areas

Khartoum — The Council of Ministers Tuesday issued a statement which was read over the Minister of Culture...

Sudan: Al-Taayeshi – Nothing Slows Down Negotiations and Impedes Reaching Agreement

Juba — The spokesman of the government delegation for the negotiations in Juba, Mohamed Hassan Al-Taayeshi, the capital...

Sudan: Launching of Pilot Operation for Networking Between Sudan and Egypt

Wadi Halfa — The pilot operation of the networking between Sudan and Egypt was launched through the Egyptian...

Eritrea: Art Exhibition By EDF Promotion and Information Unit

Asmara — Art exhibition organized by the Promotion and Information Unit of the Eritrean Defense Forces in connection...

Cameroon: Star Building – Prosperous New Year Wishes to PM Dion Ngute

The Prime Minister received New Year wishes from the staff of the Prime Minister's Office and institutions placed...

Africa: CHAN 2020 – CAF President in Cameroon

During his visit the delegation will hold high-level talks with Cameroon officials on the organization of the CHAN...

Sudan: Minister of Agriculture reviews ways to enhance agricultural investment cooperation with Egypt

Khartoum — The Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources Eng. Issa Osman Sharif has discussed ways to strengthen...

Zimbabwe: Law Society Takes Ziyambi to Task Over Constitution Amendments

The Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) says it will not be cowed and allow Zimbabwe's Constitution to be...

Ethiopia: Members of Diaspora Gather at British Home of Former Empero

Traveling to the British town of Bath has become a pilgrimage of sorts for people of Ethiopian heritage....

Egypt – Resilient Resistance to Fierce Repression

Beirut — Egyptian activists and ordinary people alike demonstrated resistance to brutal government repression during 2019, Human Rights...

Looking To Africa’s Future: The Promise Of Transnational Ties

Nearly seven years ago, when I became president of Yale University, five of the top twelve-and eleven of...

Akon is building his own city in Africa

GRAMMY-NOMINATED singer Akon is confirmed to be building a futuristic city in Senegal - described as a "real...

Remembering Nigeria’s Biafra war that many prefer to forget

In the first year of the war, the Nigerian government captured the coastal city of Port ... Her...

La Côte d’Ivoire classée 2è partenaire commercial africain du Vietnam

La Côte d'Ivoire est classée deuxième partenaire commercial africain du Vietnam avec un volume des échanges entre les...