[Namibian] The Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Court on Friday cancelled the warrants of arrest of the Goliath Traditional Authority members for failing to appear in court on 16 May.
[Namibian] Sevveral local musicians were arrested last night for allegedly violating lockdown regulation at Funky Lab in Windhoek.
[World Bank] Washington, DC -The World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund today convened African leaders, bilateral partners, and multilateral institutions to spur faster action on COVID-19 response in African countries.
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[Nation] Veteran Kenyan musician Aziz Abdi Kilambo is dead. The mercurial band leader, singer and guitarist passed on at a hospital in Voi in Taita-Taveta County on Saturday night.
[Namibian] THE N$8,1 billion Covid-19 economic stimulus package has put government in a very tight financial position.
MICHAEL SMELLED trouble before he saw it.
[This Day] Abuja -Clean-Up Nigeria, an environment group, in its 2019 report on Nigerian Environment Performance Index Ratings, revealed that over 168 million of Nigerians are still living in an unclean environment.
[RFI] The head of Mali’s main opposition party, Soumaïla Cissé, is missing, along with 11 members of his group, his party, the Union for the Republic and Democracy (URD) said in a statement on Thursday.
[News24Wire] The health ministry has confirmed that four more people have tested positive for the coronavirus.