[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -- : The Ministry of Trade and Regional Integration said the government has lost 124 billion ETB in its efforts to stabilize fuel prices. This was indicated at the ongoing Fuel Marketing Reform Implementation Forum in Hawassa city in SNNP regional state, regional media reported.
[VOA] Nairobi -- The United States has announced rewards of up to $1 million each for information leading to the arrest of two Kenyans wanted on charges of drug and wildlife trafficking.
[VOA] Johannesburg, South Africa -- If there's a new cold war brewing and both China and the United States are trying to get African countries on their side, it's clear where Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa's allegiance lies.
[UN News] Despite UN efforts, political, economic and security deadlock continues in Libya, the UN political affairs chief told the Security Council on Thursday, adding that human rights there have also deteriorated.
[UN News] African countries are at the vanguard of a vital transformation of food systems to simultaneously address food security, nutrition, social and environmental protection - all while boosting resilience - said the UN chief on Thursday.
[RFI] African Union leaders are meeting in Equatorial Guinea for two summits as the continent contends with humanitarian crises, terrorism and military coups.
[Vanguard] Dangote Industries Ltd. (DIL), has emerged the most admired brand in Africa for the year 2022, making it the fifth consecutive time.
[allAfrica] The 6th annual US e-cigarette summit, 2022 took place on May 17th in Washington DC and virtually. The stated objective of this hybrid event was "facilitating dialogue and analysis of the latest evidence and opportunity to explore how this should be interpreted to deliver the most effective public health and regulatory strategies". One of the expert panels discussed the topic of Youth and Scientific Communication. Each of them insisted on the fact that the youth should be protected due to the fa
[Premium Times] Despite being in the federal capital, she, like most other women farmers in Pegi, have no access to formal financial services or government support schemes for farmers.
[ENA] Addis Ababa -- The humanitarian truce declared by the Government of Ethiopia is helping to maximize all opportunities in the flow of assistance commodities to conflict affected areas, UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Ethiopia Catherine Sozi told Ethiopian News Agency.
[This Day] The African Heads of State and Governments are holding a three-day meeting in Malabo to discuss issues of security and unconstitutional change of government on the continent.
Senegal's President Macky Sall fired his health minister on Thursday, a day after 11 newborn babies died in a hospital fire blamed on an electrical short circuit. Sall "named Doctor Marie Khemesse Ngom Ndiaye as minister of health..to replace Abdoudaye Diouf Sarr", the presidency said in a statement
[The Conversation Africa] Universities can play a vital role in shaping change in societies. They produce knowledge through research, train future decision makers, and contribute to public awareness of issues.
[African Arguments] Cost of living protests descended in riots last month. Food and fuel prices are set to rise further.
[New Times] Jonathan Nzayikorera, a Rwandan economist has been elected by the Board of Governors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) as the bank's new Executive Director, representing nine Eastern African Constituency.
[ISS] The polls have delivered a new chapter for the country, allowing attention to turn to other pressing problems.
[This Day] The federal government has disclosed that it is expecting about 105 metric tonnes (mts) of potassium used for blending fertilizer from Russia and Canada in June, this year.
[The Conversation Africa] Highlife crooner and Afrobeat singer Orlando Julius Aremu Olusanya Ekemode died, according to his wife Latoya Aduke, in his sleep on 15 April 2022.
[The Conversation Africa] Since the debut of Big Brother Africa in South Africa in 2003, reality television shows have become a common feature on television stations across the continent. They have helped the development of a host of television stations in the wake of the democratisation of the airwaves in the 1990s. This paved the way for private individuals or entrepreneurs to own television stations, creating an environment of competition for viewership.
[Premium Times] Abba Kyari prays court to grant him bail, saying those he arrested in the past were threatening his life in Kuje Prison
[Premium Times] Prison facilities across sub-Saharan Africa are housing at least 5841 death-row inmates, global rights body, Amnesty International, said.