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Cameroon: President Announces National Dialogue

Cameroonian president Paul Biya has announced a grand national dialogue at the end of this month to resolve the separatist crisis that has affected...
of World Suicide Prevention

Suicide: WHO Says Every 40 Seconds, Someone Dies

Speaking in Geneva ahead of World Suicide Prevention day, recognized on 10 September, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “every death is a...

Burkina Faso: More Than 29 Killed In Twin Attacks

Local media reported that more than 29 people were killed in twin militant attacks in northern Burkina Faso in the northern Sanmatenga province.
Godwin Adama, Nigeria Consul in Johannesburg South Africa

Xenophobia: Over 400 Nigerians Ready For Evacuation From South Africa

The Nigerian Mission in South Africa says no fewer than 400 Nigerians have indicated interest and registered to be evacuated from South Africa following the...
United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres

Staff Day: Guterres Says UN Loses 72 Workers In 2019

The United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres said in New York that the agency has lost about seventy two personnel so far this year.

Robert Mugabe: Zimbabwe Declares Days Of National Mourning For Late National...

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has declared the late founding leader of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, a national hero. Zimbabwean...

Cameroon Opposition Leader Goes On Trial In Military Court

Cameroon's main opposition leader Maurice Kamto, who was runner-up in last year's presidential election, on Friday goes to trial in a military court on...

Zimbabwe: Former-President Mugabe Dies In Singapore

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has on his official Twitter account, confirmed the dead of the country’s Former leader Robert Mugabe...

Political Crisis: UN Outlines 8 Reasons Why 2020 Burundi Vote Is...

The United Nations, UN has warned that Burundi’s elections in 2020 will be problematic because of an unresolved political crisis and a president who...

Boats Wreck: 13 Passengers Killed In South Sudan

An official on Wednesday reported that over 13 people, including three children were killed when two passenger boats collided and capsized on...

Xenophobia: SA Anti-Immigrants Attacks ‘An African Problem’

A South African minister has described the ongoing xenophobic attacks in the country as an African problem that requires leaders across the continent to...

Somalia: Car Bomb Kills Three, Injures Many At Checkpoint

An explosion at a key checkpoint has killed three and injured eleven others in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu.  A car loaded...

DJ Arafat: Ivorian Authorities Arrest 12 Fans Who ‘Desecrated’ His Tomb

Twelve people have been arrested by authorities in Ivory Coast over the forced invasion of the grave of late music icon, DJ Arafat.

Botswana: President Masisi Orders Conduct Of Elections On October 23rd

Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi has ordered the conduct of the country’s general elections on October 23rd, as tensions rise with his alienated predecessor, Ian...

UNHCR Opposes Forced Return Of All Burundian Refugees In Tanzania

The United Nations refugee agency has urged the governments of Tanzania and Burundi not to compulsorily deport Burundian refugees sheltering in Tanzania.

NEMA Receives 153 Nigerians From Libya

The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA has received another batch of 153 stranded Nigerians from Libya. The Director-General of the...

Rwanda: Country Begins Senate Election ...

Ugandan National Electoral Commission, NEC Chairperson Kalisa Mbanda confirmed that campaigns had begun ahead of Rwanda’s senatorial elections due in September.

Liberia: Ex-President Sirleaf’s Son Pleads Not Guilty In Missing Millions Trial

The son of Liberia's ex-president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has pleaded not guilty over the unlawful printing of local currency worth millions of dollars.

Nigerians To Pay Visa Issuance Fee For Non-Immigrant US Visas

The United States government has said that effective from August 29th, 2019, Nigerian citizens would be required to pay a visa issuance fee, or...

Somalia: African Union Trains Troops To Help Enhance Security

The African Union, AU Mission in Somalia, AMISOM has completed training of military officers from six regional countries to help stabilise the Horn of...

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