[The Conversation Africa] Tanzania says it has reached an agreement with Burundi to begin sending back all Burundian refugees from October. The repatriation effort will take place in collaboration with the United Nations. Moina Spooner, from The Conversation Africa, asked Amelia Kuch to give some insights into the decision.
[IPS] Namugongo is a lush, forested community in central Uganda where tall trees are home to colourful birds and noisy monkeys.
[ISS] One could surely be forgiven for questioning the continuing value to Africa of its partnership with the sort of Group of Seven (G7) club of the world’s richest nations that was manifest at its 2019 summit.
[The Conversation Africa] Poor diets are the number one risk factor in the global burden of disease: they account for one in five deaths globally.
[UNFPA] Lilongwe, Malawi -On the 14th of August, more than a thousand youths thronged the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (Luanar) to mark the official launch of ICPD25 – Road to Nairobi with calls for more engagement and better reproductive health services.
[This Day] It has been a season of music collaborations and features in the entertainment scene globally.
[New Times] A few days ago, Daniel Kalisa, a university student, spent more than one hour at a bank’s entrance together with others waiting for the bank to open.
[This Day] Four female students from Princeton College, Lagos, have emerged African regional winners at the 2019 Technovation Contest.
[This Day] Augustine Oboh writes that the Oshiomhole-led party should do everything to win the state
[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT should urgently lift its freeze on the employment of nurses and midwives as the country is losing a vital workforce that is key to achieving standard health care systems.