Day: August 11, 2021

Slow Cargo Clearance at Nigerian Ports from Custom’s IT Failure

... maritime transport. Presently, some cargo destined for Nigeria is being transshipped from Ghana, Cameroon and Ivory Coast....

61 ans de la Côte d’Ivoire : L’ambassadeur Maurice Kouakou Bandama communie avec des …

La Côte d'Ivoire a célébré le samedi 7 août dernier, le 61ème anniversaire de son accession à l'indépendance....

Shell pays $111m over 1970s oil spill in Nigeria

The payment marks the end of a long-running legal battle over a spill during the 1967-70 Biafran War....

Côte d’Ivoire : Le gouvernement lance le programme d’urgence de réhabilitation des …

Ce projet s'inscrit dans le cadre de l'amélioration des conditions de travail et de la qualité de formation...

CSA Provincial T20 Knock Out Competition pools confirmed

CSA Provincial T20 Knock Out Competition pools confirmed | SuperSport – Africa’s source of sports video, fixtures, results...

Nigeria: Biafran Separatist Group Issues a Stay-At-Home Order

Widespread compliance with a stay-at-home order issued by the Indigenous People of Biafra could indicate either strong support...

Tanzania suspends newspaper for story on president it calls false

Picture: iStock/Gallo Images The Tanzanian government on Wednesday suspended a local newspaper for running what it called a...

Tanzania: Former Nida Boss Dickson Maimu Has a Case to Answer, Says Court

Dar es Salaam — The Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court has found former director general of the National Identification...

Kenya: Drought Alert in Ten Counties Across Kenya

Kenya is warning of a looming drought in 10 counties that have been battling desert locusts in the...

South Africa: Ex-SAA Boss Questions Why Taxpayers Are Covering Gigaba’s Legal Bills At State Capture Inquiry, but Not Hers

At the cross-examination of former SAA CEO Sizakele Mzimela at the Zondo Commission, Mzimela had one burning question....

South Africa: An Artist’s Response to Nathi Mthethwa’s Alternative Facts

Nathi Mthethwa is known as the minister of condolences for the number of messages of condolence that he...

Namibia: Dispatched Thoughts – for the Good of Sports

There is no doubt that in recent years, sport has been getting a great deal of success and...

7 Natural Ways To Improve Your Immune System

The events of 2020 have proven that your immune system is not something that should be taken for...

Sifan Hassan: No regrets over quitting Ethiopia and calls for peace

Ethiopian-born Dutch athlete Sifan Hassan with her two gold medals from the Tokyo OlympicsTriple Tokyo Games medallist Sifan...

Liberia: Inmates Reportedly Dying Slowly From Hunger At Gbarnga Prison

Gbarnga — As visitors approach the "Hague" bloc at Gbarnga Central Prison, a sea of hands-waving tin cups...

Malawi, Tanzania Register Economic Growths Amid Covid-19 Ravage

Despite Covid-19 ravaging economies across the world, including Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) member states, Malawi has registered--though...

Uganda: Museveni Bids Farewell to Outgoing Swedish Envoy

President Museveni yesterday bid farewell to the outgoing Swedish Ambassador, Mr Per Lindgärde, who has concluded his five-year...

Francisca Ordega: Nigeria women’s star quits Spain for Russia

Nigeria international Francisca Ordega joins her tenth professional club as she swaps Spanish Premiera Iberdrola side Levante for...

Egypt: Rafah Crossing Remains Open On Both Sides

The Rafah border crossing remained opened onTuesday10/8/2021on both sides in accordance with the directives of the political leadership....

Sudan: North Darfur Violence Continues, ‘Govt Forces Withdrawn’

Tabit / El Fasher — A man was killed east of Tabit in North Darfur on Tuesday, as...

Eritrea: Elabered Estate – An Integrated Mechanized Farming in Eritrea

In the 21st century when food production remains a challenge and a cause of malnutrition, conflicts, migration, and...

Eritrea: Educational Service in Afabet Sub-Zone

Education is one of the most significant social services the Eritrean government has been giving. By building schools...

Zimbabwe: Armed Robbers Shoot Dead Bulawayo Cop

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has reported that a police officer died after being shot by armed robbers...

Tanzania: President Samia Steers Tanzania, Kenya Maize Business

THE maiden visit by President Samia Suluhu Hassan to Kenya has paid handsomely to traders in Tanzania and...

Tanzania: HIV Deaths Drop By 50 Per Cent

INITIATIVES taken by the government to control HIV/AIDS infections have paid off with the country recording 50 per...

Kenya: Women to Take Part in Monthly HIV Pill Trial

The fight against HIV is set to receive a major boost if the monthly pill, whose trials Kenyan...

12,000 indigenous Zimbabweans could be forced from their land

12,000 indigenous Zimbabweans could be forced from their land | African Arguments By continuing to browse the site...

Ethiopia: How to Build Peace in Ethiopia – ‘We Need to Be Brave … Look at Our Past, And Engage With It Honestly’

Welcome to allAfrica's Silencing The Guns series where we focus on peacebuilding on the continent. I am Mantsadi...

Harga Kakao Naik Ke Harga Tertinggi 2 Bulan

Persediaan kakao di Ivory Coast melimpah laporan dari pemerintah Ivory Coast pada hari Senin bahwa petani mengirimkan 2.38...

Ethiopia: Government Directs Defense Forces to Halt Destruction By TPLF

The federal government announced the Defense Forces, Regional Special Forces and militia have been directed to halt the...

Eritrea: Material Support to Naewdv

Asmara, 10 August 2021- The National Association of Eritrean War Disabled Veterans received material support worth about 300...

Eritrean Community School in Juba

Asmara, 10 August 2021- The Eritrean community school in Juba, Republic of South Sudan, reported that is significantly...

Sudan Recalls Ambassador Immediately After Samantha Power’s Visit

Addis Ababa — Sudan recalled its ambassador to Ethiopia on Sunday 07, 2021 immediately after consultation with the...

Nigeria: Route Expansion – Air Peace Launches Douala, Ibadan Routes in August

Air Peace airline is to commence scheduled commercial flights from Lagos and Port Harcourt to Douala, the capital...

Ethiopia Prime Minister Rebuffed Top Biden Official in Latest Visit Over Tigray Conflict

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed last week rebuffed a request to meet face to face with a top...

TPLF rebels pose major threat to Ethiopia in future

Since the war in Tigray started following Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF)’s sudden attack directed at the Northern...

Feature: Chinese-aided project transforms heart of Ethiopia’s capital – Xinhua

Photo taken on July 20, 2021 shows the Friendship Square in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (Photo by Michael Tewelde/Xinhua)...

Zimbabwe agrees $1.3 billion JV fuel pipeline with British firm

HARARE, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Zimbabwe has signed a $1.3 billion joint venture agreement with British-based Coven Energy...

Zimbabwe morgues overwhelmed as Covid hits rural areas – The Week UK

Zimbabwe morgues overwhelmed as Covid hits rural areas The Week UK Source link : https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/953776/zimbabwe-covid-cases-surge-hospitals-are-full Author : Publish...

UN Urges Zimbabwe to End Child Marriage After 14-Year-Old Bride Dies in Childbirth

By Columbus Mavhunga for VOA NewsHARARE — Women’s rights activists, opposition groups, and the United Nations are pressuring Zimbabwean authorities...