[Vanguard] Nigeria’s candidate, Amb. Peters Emuze has been elected to the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) in a keenly-contested election held at the UN Headquarters, New York.
[African Arguments] How Paul Biya has held onto power for 35 years despite spending much of it abroad.
[Nation] A group of Kenyans living in London on Tuesday staged an anti-Jubilee government demonstration outside Chatham House, where President Kenyatta delivered a talk.
[The Conversation Africa] Fostering international development has long been viewed as central to the moral, humanitarian, strategic and security interests of the United States.
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday received two letters from Queen Elizabeth that the late former president Nelson Mandela had written her.
[The Herald] Government has, with immediate effect, fired all striking nurses after they refused to return to work even though the employer acceded to their demands and availed over $17 million. President Mnangagwa has endorsed the dismissal to ensure new people were immediately engaged to save the lives of patients.
[Ghana Govt.] The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, left Accra, yesterday, for a five-day working visit to the high-tech city of Silicon Valley, California, United States of America.
[The Herald] Government will not introduce a local currency before establishing the right and necessary import cover, Finance and Economic Development Deputy Minister Terrence Mukupe has said.
[African Arguments] The Grand Inga dam could transform the Congo and the continent, if only it didn’t keep getting bogged down.
[Times of Zambia] “It has been my cherished dream to meet you” Indian President Ram Nath Kovind said when he met first Republican President Kenneth Kaunda yesterday describing him as a pillar for Zambia’s unity.