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Elvis Adjetey

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Elvis Adjetey is an experienced African journalist who has worked with top media brands in Ghana where he is based.

Uganda: Renowned Archbishop suspended for adultery

The Anglican Church in Uganda has suspended its former Archbishop, Stanley Ntagali for allegedly committing adultery. The Archbishop who retired last year after 43 years...

Tunisia: Over 600 people arrested as protesters clash with police

Police in Tunisia have arrested more than 600 people as violent protesters returned to the streets for the fourth consecutive night. On Monday, thousands of the protesters...

Rwanda reimposes lockdown over ‘unprecedented’ Covid-19 infections

Rwanda has reimposed a lockdown in its capital, Kigali, as it battles a second wave of coronavirus cases. In a statement, the Rwandan government said...

Zimbabwe: 10,000 people arrested for not wearing face masks

Over 10,000 people have been arrested by the Zimbabwean police for failing to wear face masks in public. Some 16,000 others have also been arrested for flouting...

Over 20 people feared dead after a barge sank on Congo River

Up to 25 people are feared to have died after a barge sank on the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Authorities in...

Malawi declares state of disaster after two ministers died of Covid-19

Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera has declared a state of disaster in the country following the death of two cabinet ministers from Covid-19. Malawi's transport minister...

State of Online Forex Trading Industry in Africa: Report

Foreign exchange market is a popular financial market where global currencies are traded & it is the largest market in terms of volume even...

South Africa closes border as Covid-19 cases rise

South Africa’s has announced the closure of its borders till February 15 to curb the spread of coronavirus. In a televised address, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the number of infections...

Zimbabwe’s President questions US democratic credentials after riots

Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa has questioned the democratic credentials of the US following the violent protests which killed at least four people. The riots occurred after supporters...

Zambians angry over supply of faulty condoms and gloves

Zambians have expressed outrage over the supply of defective condoms and sterile gloves. A parliamentary committee has heard how a local company Honey Bee supplied...

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Covid-19: The stories of 300 global Black doctors’ and nurses’

A project called the THE BLACK FRONTLINE has been launched and aimed at framing the pandemic through the stories of 300 global black doctors...

Uganda: Renowned Archbishop suspended for adultery

The Anglican Church in Uganda has suspended its former Archbishop, Stanley Ntagali for allegedly committing adultery. The Archbishop who retired last year after 43 years...

Uganda: Bobi Wine says he and his family are under house arrest

Uganda's 2021 defeated presidential candidate Bobi Wine has said that he and his family are "under house arrest and stuck with an 18-month-old baby". Since...

China and WHO acted too slowly to contain Covid-19

China and the World Health Organization (WHO) could have acted quicker and more forcefully to contain the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, an independent...

Gallery 1957 to showcase works of Ghanaian painter Cornelius Annor

Gallery 1957 is pleased to present works by Ghanaian artist Cornelius Annor in his first solo show,  'Family Affair' in Accra from January 27...
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