[Public Agenda] The trend of drug abuse among the youths as has become rampant on the streets of Ghana.
[Office of Senator Bukola Saraki] Abuja -President of the Nigerian Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, will on Monday lead a National Assembly Delegation to Washington D.C, United States of America, on a Parliamentary visit.
[VOA] More than a dozen African countries have been weighing the merits of adding the Chinese yuan to their mix of foreign reserves, discussing the idea at a gathering of officials last month in Harare, Zimbabwe.
[New Zimbabwe] In a move that could pose a major set-back for the opposition in Zimbabwe ahead of crucial general elections the United States has pulled the plug on leading human rights and election lobby groups amid revelations of financial plunder.
[263Chat] The injured lie on the ground after a suspected bomb blast at the end of a Zanu-PF rally at White city stadium yesterday…
[East African] Kenya is likely to start growing genetically modified cotton on commercial basis next year.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -”Laws on marriage, divorces, property rights, child custody and land ownership all contain powerful clauses that marginalise our women in favour of men”
[The Conversation Africa] Africa’s growing digital economy is fast changing how business is done on the continent.
[East African] Interest levels on debts owed by 11 African countries that were part of the World Bank’s Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) Initiative of the early 1990s are now back at pre-crisis levels.
[Daily Trust] Sokoto -For many farmers in Sokoto State, the menace of quelea birds remains greatly troubling.