[Monitor] The Ministry of Health has gazetted 17 places to be used as isolation centres for those undergoing mandatory quarantine in a bid to combat the escalating coronavirus cases.
[Seychelles News Agency] Air Seychelles’ new A320neo aircraft landed at the Seychelles international airport of Pointe Larue on Thursday.
[Monitor] After engaging police in Bugiri District in running battles on Tuesday, former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) President, Dr Kizza Besigye, was expected in Jinja on Wednesday morning to address a rally in Kazimingi market.
THE HENCHMEN of Muqtada al-Sadr, Iraq’s most capricious—and perhaps most powerful—cleric, not only participated in the anti-government protests that have rocked Baghdad and other cities for months, they defended them.
ISABEL DOS SANTOS styles herself as a visionary, an entrepreneur and a potential future president of Angola. Her vast fortune was self-made, she boasts.
[VOA] Meat may be meeting its match, as more and more South Africans are experimenting with vegetarian and vegan lifestyles.
[New Times] After years of speculation about what next for the premises formerly occupied by Nyarugenge Prison, popularly known as ’1930′ the expansive prime property is set to accommodate what could be the country’s biggest Catholic cathedral.
ISABEL DOS SANTOS lives modestly these days. Or so the billionaire daughter of a former Angolan president, José Eduardo dos Santos, says.
[Nation] An American court will issue a ruling that could finally dim the lights for Kenya’s most notorious drug trafficking family, when Mr Ibrahim Akasha is brought for sentencing three months after his brother Baktash was handed a 25-year jail term.
[RFI] The French government is stepping up efforts to strengthen ties with the African continent in the run-up to a key business forum at the end of the month. Africa’s leading European trading partner wants a win-win cooperation without historical baggage.