[The Herald] Zimbabwe is enhancing its investment laws to attract more foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country, Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu has said.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde – People fleeing war, natural disasters or violence within their own countries could be costing countries a combined $13 billion a year, a new study released on Wednesday revealed.
[Nigeria Health Watch] Abuja -The Director General, National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) Dr. Sani Aliyu wants to use this season of love to encourage Nigerians, especially young people, to know their HIV status
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[Nyasa Times] Malawi has beat the World Health Organization (WHO) deadline on the elimination of trachoma disease.
[Monitor] Entebbe -President Museveni yesterday described his ministers as “sleepy and selfish” people who do not listen and do not act on issues affecting investment in the country.
[Deutsche Welle] President Julius Bio has upped the maximum punishment for rape of a minor and called on the country to address its rape “scourge.” The move follows an outcry over the rape of a 5-year-old girl by her male relative.
FOR A FEW tense moments it seemed as if the flight carrying Ayatollah Khomeini back to Iran would not make it. Two weeks had passed since the shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, had left the country amid enormous protests against his autocratic rule. Khomeini’s aides were eager for the ayatollah to return from exile in Paris and fill the power vacuum
[This Day] Abakaliki -The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has assured the people of Ebonyi State that they will not be marginalised in his government.
[RFI] Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the reopening of his country’s border with Eritrea.