[The Conversation Africa] Peacekeeping may be entering a period of major change.
[The Herald] A full-scale investigation is now in progress over the alleged abduction of three MDC Alliance members and the public should await the results, which will be made public, before coming up with unsubstantiated conclusions, the Government said yesterday.
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -The President of the Republic announced Tuesday that he had signed today a decree establishing the granting of an exceptional bonus for public healthcare personnel, mobilized in the prevention and fight against the spread of coronavirus.
[Vanguard] The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has announced the closure of three International airports in the country as part of measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.
[263Chat] The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has condemned the use of the country’s stadiums after the continental body said they do not meet international standards.
[Daily Trust] Kaduna -The National Chairman of the People’s Redemption Party (PRP), Malam Falalu Bello, has declared the party’s readiness to relegate the All Progresives Congress (APC), the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and other parties to the background at the 2023 general elections.
[Deutsche Welle] During his three-day trip to Paris, Kamto opened up to DW’s Mimi Mefo about his plans to boycott the upcoming election and his concern over the deteriorating situation in Cameroon’s Anglophone region.
[UN News] Warring parties in Libya, as well as foreign governments supporting them, are being urged to investigate deadly airstrikes last July which killed at least 53 migrants and refugees at a detention centre in the northwest of the country.
THREE MONTHSago, as executives gathered in Riyadh for a conference, a supporter of the Saudi crown prince allowed himself a moment of doubt. The businessman was fond of Muhammad bin Salman’s efforts to open a closed country and diversify its economy.
[New Times] Abdallah Murenzi will stand unopposed for president in the forthcoming elections for a new executive committee of the Rwanda Cycling Federation – Ferwacy.