[The Conversation Africa] In the past few weeks there have been unofficial reports that some people in Tanzania, including one in Dar es Salaam, had died of what was suspected to be Ebola virus disease.
[The Herald] The construction of a mausoleum for former President Robert Mugabe has started, with preparatory work at the site under way, while work on the design is still to be completed.
[Premium Times] The U.S. has classified the Nigerian government among those that are not fiscally transparent.
UNDER THE corrugated-iron roof of the Bong Intellectual Centre, a tea house in Gbarnga in northern Liberia, the air is thick with anger. Dozens of people sit on plastic chairs, discussing politics. They complain that their businesses are failing, corruption is rising and food prices have doubled in recent months.
[Namibian] Namibia this morning assumed the chairmanship of the Association of African Diamond Producing Countries (ADPA).
[RFI] Chad’s government continues to hold the head of an Equatorial Guinean opposition party after he was arrested south of N’Djamena, the Chadian capital, last Thursday, according to the Spanish foreign ministry.
[Nation] Ethiopia last week ratified the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), leaving only one more ratification for it to take effect.
[EG Justice] Washington, DC. March 20, 2019
[Public Agenda] “Africa is a marvellous continent.
[allAfrica] When I immigrated to the United States from South Africa towards the end of the 1960′s I was totally unaware of the wars of liberation against Portuguese colonialism that had begun in the early 1960′s in the neighboring countries of Mozambique and Angola. All I knew about Mozambique was the reputation of its capital, Lourenço Marques, as a cosmopolitan Portuguese-style city where white South Africans went on holiday.