[Shabelle] President Mohamed Farmaajo has commended both the country’s achievement to reach interim debt relief.
[Vanguard] The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has announced the closure of three International airports in the country as part of measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.
[Daily Trust] Port Harcourt -Deepwater and artisanal fishing in the coastal region of Rivers State may soon go extinct as a result of the activities of sea pirates and other criminal elements on the waterways.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Lilongwe -Women rallied to protest against widespread rape and sexual abuse as they marked the global ‘She Decides Day’
[New Zimbabwe] Senior public hospital doctors have condemned most of the medical equipment and machinery that was purchased recently by the government from India at a cost of US$500 000 claiming it was unfit for their medical practice and only two percent of it was usable.
[African Arguments] Maybe not. But there will be a shift.
[UNFPA] Madame Najat Baloui, a midwife in Casablanca, vividly remembers a childbirth that went horribly wrong. “A woman was delivering vaginally,” Ms. Baloui recalled
FOR NEARLY three decades Omar al-Bashir’s regime butchered and plundered. Since 2010 the former Sudanese president has evaded an arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes and genocide in the Darfur region
[The Herald] Trade promotion body, ZimTrade, has urged local manufacturers of mining equipment to consider exporting to the Zambian market.
[Nyasa Times] Truck drivers have defiantly said the strike slated for Monday will still go ahead with or without a court injunction.