[Africom] Stuttgart -Post-strike assessments confirm the two terrorists killed in the Feb. 22 precision airstrikes were an individual associated with the attack on Manda Bay and his wife, who was also a known al-Shabaab member.
[Radio Dabanga] London / Khartoum -A leading economic analyst has called for a programme to stabilise commodity prices and the US Dollar exchange rate in Sudan, warning of economic collapse and loss of public confidence in the transitional government.
[Radio Dabanga] Abu Jubeiha / ED Duweim / Kenana / Wad Madani -Yesterday, people in Abu Jubeiha in South Kordofan protested the pollution caused by mining companies in the area. In White Nile state, teachers and workers demand the dismissal of employees appointed during the regime of ousted President Omar Al Bashir. The capital of […]
[Radio Dabanga] Juba -The Sudanese government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebel alliance agreed during the peace negotiations in Juba yesterday to allocate 20 per cent of the Sudanese civil service to Darfuris.
[Ghanaian Times] The Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah, is said to have called for the docket on the case, in which Senior Minister Yaw Osafo Maafo is seeking the High Court to commit the Auditor-General (A-G) to prison for contempt of court.
[Ghanaian Times] Cape Coast -The Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) in responding to changes in the global sphere, will from next academic year (2020/2021) introduce eleven Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) programmes for prospective students.
[Ghanaian Times] The president of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Mr Roland Affail Monney, was yesterday honoured by the End-Time Revival Centre Assemblies of God Church, as the longest serving deacon of the church.
[ISS] President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation address (SONA) on 13 February suggests that he is badly informed about the state of policing in South Africa. 'Police visibility, effective training and better resourcing of police stations are our priorities,' he said. This means that despite substantial evidence that police performance and conduct have deteriorated […]
[News24Wire] Cape Town -The Proteas Women feel that something special could be brewing at the T20 World Cup in Australia, and a big part of that optimism comes from having "at least six or seven" match winners in their side.
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -President Kais Saied and Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, on Monday, stressed the identical views of both sides on many internal, bilateral, Arab and regional issues, foremost of which is the Libyan issue and the Palestinian issue.
[New Zimbabwe] Firebrand Secretary General of the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ), Raymond Majongwe, has again blasted the government for employing piecemeal tactics when addressing the plight of hard-pressed civil servants.
[New Zimbabwe] Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) chairperson Tafadzwa Musarara Tuesday accused Lands Committee chair, Mayor Wadyajena of taking matters personal in a case in which the Zanu PF lawmaker is investigating how some US$27 million said to have been allocated to the millers group by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in 2017 was […]
[New Zimbabwe] Information Deputy Minister Energy Mutodi has scoffed at MDC leader Nelson Chamisa after the main opposition president's lawyer, Thabani Mpofu hinted that there is new evidence that could be filed before the Constitutional Court to challenge Chief Justice Luke Malaba's 2018 presidential result ruling.
[The Conversation Africa] Despite progress in reducing the rate of adolescent pregnancy, more than 16 million adolescent girls globally become parents each year. According to the World Health Organisation, 90% of these young mothers live in the global South.
[Addis Standard] At least 30 people were injured on Thursday February 20/2020 when government security forces clamped down on a crowd of protesters in the town of Aweday, eleven kilometers west of Harar, in east Hararghe zone of Oromia regional state. The local police attempted to restore calm before the federal army intervened following clashes […]
[VOA] A first group of 76 Ethiopian refugees have voluntarily returned home from Kenya's sprawling Kakuma camp this week. The U.N. refugee agency, which has organized this voluntary repatriation operation with the support of the U.N. Migration Agency, says it expects to help thousands more to return to the homes they fled many years ago.
[Reporter] "Even if they do not explicitly say it like this, it seems foreigners who come to Ethiopia [with capital] would say to the Ethiopian people as follows: the reason why we have come to Ethiopia is to take the wealth of your country. However, since the land is yours, you will not let us […]