Day: October 12, 2021

Nigeria: Markets’ Closure – Bandits Demand Cooked Food As Ransom in Kaduna

Bandits in Birnin Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State now demand cooked food as ransom for kidnapped...

South Africa: Big Brother Mzansi Making a Comeback

Johannesburg. — Big Brother Mzansi has had its fair share of controversy over the years. The last season...

ANALYSIS | An inconvenient truth: The real reason why Africa is not getting vaccinated

Pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer have said low vaccine uptake in Africa is due to increasing hesitancy on the...

PICS | One dead, three critical following KwaZulu-Natal road accident

One person has died and another three are in critical condition following a collision in KwaZulu-Natal. One person...

Built on the bodies of slaves: how Africa was erased from the history of the modern world | Slavery

It would be unusual for a story that begins in the wrong place to arrive at the right...

Snyman has long road to recovery ahead…again

Snyman has long road to recovery ahead...again | SuperSport – Africa’s source of sports video, fixtures, results and...

South Africa’s Telkom Ditches Netflix

South Africa's telecommunication provider Telkom SA SOC Ltd has since October discontinued Netflix Inc. from its phone and...

Ghana: Mpharma, a Telehealth Pioneer Out of Ghana, Gets Physical With 100 Virtual Centers Across Africa

The potential for telehealth across Africa is vast and promising as mobile connectivity deepens, and innovations that could...

Ethiopia Relief Effort Hamstrung As Fresh Tigray Offensive Launched

Addis Ababa — 'We're going to see more civilian suffering; more troops being killed.' Ethiopia's government has launched...

Africa: Malaria Vaccine Is a Major Leap Forward – But Innovation Mustn’t Stop Here

The World Health Organisation (WHO) took an historic step in the fight against malaria when it recently recommended...

Nigeria: Osinbajo Criticises CBN’s Forex Policy

The vice president also said the CBN appeared to be in competition with government ministries and agencies in...

Chad: Lake Chad Basin Joint Task Force – Thousands of Boko Haram Militants Surrender

Yaounde — The commander of multinational troops fighting Boko Haram has said at least 3,600 of the militants...

Nigerians Kick As Govt Approves Genetically Modified Maize

The federal government has granted environmental approval for evaluation and open cultivation of TELA maize a new maize...

South Africa’s Mixed Messages On Procurement Corruption

Despite new revelations of mega-public sector corruption, delays in adopting the Public Procurement Bill persist. South Africa desperately...

Ethiopia: UN Chief, in an Unprecedented War of Words, Battles It Out With a Member State

United Nations — A growing diplomatic battle is being played out at the United Nations between Secretary-General Antonio...

Southgate to discuss England contract in next few weeks

Southgate to discuss England contract in next few weeks | SuperSport – Africa’s source of sports video, fixtures,...

Kidnapped women and children escape their captors in Nigeria

Six women and nine children in Nigeria that had been kidnapped several months ago have managed to escape...

Experts discuss food safety in Africa, Asia, and Latin America

Experts revealed how they see the food safety situation in Africa, Asia, and Latin America at a recent...

Tit for tat: Policing devolution battle escalates between Bheki Cele and the DA

Minister of Police Bheki Cele at an Imbizo addressing crime concerns in Mitchells Plain. Gallo Images/Brenton Geach The...

Fans returning to stadiums bodes well for Covid-19 vaxxing messaging | Sport – News24

Fans returning to stadiums bodes well for Covid-19 vaxxing messaging | Sport News24 Source link : https://www.news24.com/sport/soccer/bafanabafana/fans-returning-to-stadiums-bodes-well-for-covid-19-vaxxing-messaging-20211012 Author...

NASA airborne laboratory flies through clouds to uncover surprising ocean link

The view from the DC-8 research aircraft as flies through the marine boundary layer, the portion of the...

How Covid-19 Delta infection, including ICU risk and death, compares to other variants

A few months ago, the Delta coronavirus variant – which was first identified in India, and quickly spread...

Radio waves from stars may be signals from hidden exoplanets • The Register

Astronomers may have stumbled upon four exoplanets when surveying distant red dwarf stars using only low-frequency radio waves....

Unexpected Radio Signals From Distant Stars Suggest Hidden Planets

Using the world’s most powerful radio antenna, scientists have discovered stars unexpectedly blasting out radio waves, possibly indicating...