Zimbabwe: Biti, Kore Arrested As Army Takes Control of Harvest House


[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance co-vice presidents, Tendai Biti, and Karenyi Kore were Friday arrested at the party headquarters, Harvest House, now known as Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House.

Zimbabwe: COVID-19 - Health Time Bomb At Quarantine Centres


[263Chat] A health time bomb is brewing at most quarantine centres following the horrific and appalling conditions being experienced lately as more returnees trickle back home.

Zimbabwe: Opposition Politicians Biti and Karenyi Arrested


[263Chat] MDC alliance deputy presidents Tendai Biti and Lynette Karenyi-Kore have been arrested after their efforts to gain entry into Harvest House were thwarted by members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police.

Zimbabwe: Outrage Over Minister Kazembe Remarks


[263Chat] The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has expressed concern over utterances made by Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe who insinuated that members of the forum were linked to the 'fake' abduction of three MDC Alliance members.

Les 9 Chanteuses Noires Pop Francophones à Écouter


Inna Modja, Awori, Lous and the Yakuza—découvrez les chanteuses pop du moment.

Kei Kamara: 'Being a black man in the US is very difficult'

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Sierra Leone's US-based striker Kei Kamara says his children inspired him to join this week's protests following the death of George Floyd.

Africa: What About Africa's Small, Medium Businesses During the COVID-19 Pandemic?


[allAfrica] Cape Town -COVID-19's impact on big business across the continent is well documented, however, the pandemic's effect on small to medium business enterprises cannot be overlooked. Speaking during an online media briefing, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Africa, said that 70% of Africa's working population earns their livelihoods in the informal sector. As economic growth slows, Moeti said the UN Economic Commission for Africa projected that up to 27 million people could b

Namibia: Germany to Finally Apologise for Genocide


[New Era] The German government has acknowledged the mass killings of the Nama and Ovaherero, more than 100 years ago as genocide and willing to apologise to affected communities, President Hage Geingob has said.

Media Advisory: Join The First #StaySafe Africa Virtual Bridges Series: A Conversation With The Africa CDC On Covid-19


The  #StaySafeAfrica campaign aims to build a solid partnership between journalists, civil society organizations, private-sector companies and...

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Pledges $1.6 Billion To Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, To Protect The Next Generation With Lifesaving Vaccines


Global leaders unite to safeguard 300 million more children from disease and mitigate consequences of...

South Sudan: Govt Denies Allowing Egypt to Build a Military Base on Its Soil


[East African] South Sudan has rubbished reports that it has agreed to Egyptian request to build military base in Pagak, a town bordering Ethiopia.

Namibia: Geingob Weathers Storm, Defends Corruption Fight Record


[New Era] President Hage Geingob has lashed back at the stinging criticism levelled against his administration when it comes to fighting corruption in the public sector.

The Rockefeller Foundation Announces New Awards To Strengthen Covid-19 Response In Communities Across Africa And Asia


The Rockefeller Foundationannounced today that it will award three new grants to support organizations that...

Kenya: Eliud Kipchoge Lands Deal With Tottenham


[Nairobi News] Marathon world record-holder Eliud Kipchoge has landed a deal with England Football Club Tottenham Hotspurs.

Malawi: Electoral Body Commissioners Contract Ends


[Nyasa Times] Embattled Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) commissioners are this Friday June 5 winding up and packing their personal belongings at the pollster as their contract expires today leaving behind a nasty legacy that they are incompetent.

Infertility: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late!


June is World Infertility Awareness Month andthere’s no better time to be proactive about your...

Mozambique: MSF Suspends Medical Support After Healthcare Centre Is Damaged Due To Recent Attacks


[MSF] Our Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams have been forced to suspend medical support in Macomia in the northern region of Mozambique following a recent attack on the village that also resulted in the destruction of our healthcare centre.

Care E-Book To Help Youth Cope With Covid-19 Lockdown


Honoris United Universities, whose subsidiaries in SA include higher education institution REGENT Business School and...

Malawi: Mutharika Tells MPs to Hold Judges Accountable


[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika has told parliament to hold judges accountable on the judgements, saying they are not immune from criticisms and that Parliament is more supreme above the courts.

Africans Rally to Stop the Spread of the Pandemic


The latest action in this regard is that of Facebook and the International Red Cross...

Why have Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro not been Seen for Years?


In Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, residents have documented that they can now see two prominent mountains...

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