A senior wealthy Nigerian politician, his wife and a medical "middleman" have been found guilty of an organ-trafficking plot, after they brought a 21-year-old
Uganda’s parliament has passed a bill that, once signed into law, will severely punish those in same-sex relations. The Anti Homosexuality bill 2023 passed
Two women in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, have been talking to the BBC about how they got drawn into the underground world of sex work in a city living under
Fifteen members of this network, nine Syrians and six Algerians were arrested by the central service for the fight against organized crime (SCLCO) and
US secretary of state Antony Blinken announced $150m in new humanitarian aid for Africa’s Sahel region during a visit on Thursday to Niger, a country
It was one of the darkest eras in German history, and the first genocide of the 20th century: the mass killing of tens of thousands of people in German
[Premium Times] Also joined as defendants in the suit are the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB), ICPC and the EFCC as 2nd to 4th defendants respectively.
Based on statistics from World Population Review, a data platform in charge of tracking population growth periodically, the majority of the most diverse
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- French national carrier Air France has increased its non-stop flights between Nairobi and Paris in response to growing demand.
[GroundUp] Joburg high society attended the luxurious launch of Bester's company
[Vanguard] A former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, with his wife, Beatrice, and their doctor have been convicted of organ trafficking, in the first verdict of its kind under the Modern Slavery Act.
[ENA] Addis Ababa -- The World Bank reiterated that it will work closely with the Government and IMF to support the economic stabilization effort of in Ethiopia.
[Daily Trust] An Islamic scholar, Dr Abdurrauf Babalola, has urged Muslims to have a timetable of worthwhile activities to do in Ramadan in order to earn Allah's pleasure.
[The Herald] MARKETING professionals need to use their expertise to market Zimbabwe's brand, products and exports in line with the mantra, "Zimbabwe is open for business," Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said yesterday.
The international lender has sought reforms in Tunisia and more recently has voiced alarm over a wave of racist attacks after remarks by President Kais Saied against "illegal migrants" from sub-Saharan Africa.
[The Herald] Recent developments in the global world of civil society organisations (CSOs) have exposed the hypocrisy of some Western countries and their local stooges in the local opposition.
[Nyasa Times] Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) William Matambo has expressed government commitment to supporting and promoting micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to thrive.
[Nyasa Times] Co-chairperson of the President Taskforce on Covid-19 and Cholera, Dr. Wilfred Chalamira Nkhoma, has appealed to journalists to triple their efforts in disseminating information on the two pandemics.
[GroundUp] Inanda families say they are being ignored
[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The activities in Africa of Russia's Wagner Group, the private paramilitary group which deploys mercenaries to support the Kremlin's foreign policy objectives, are coming under increased American scrutiny as the United States, Russia and China compete for strategic advantage on the continent.
[The Herald] Media organisations must have zero tolerance to sexual harassment within their organisations and must cultivate safe environments that allow women to realise their dreams as journalists.