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

Kenyan ministers to forgo their salaries for a month

Kenyan ministers will forgo their salaries for one month in solidarity with people who have been affected by the ongoing drought in parts of the...

The world’s oldest pupil dies in Kenya

The world oldest pupil has died in Kenya. Priscilla Sitienei died peacefully at home at the age of 100, her family said. "Gogo", which means...

Ghana withdraws travel advisory against Nigerian trips

Ghana has made a u-turn about an advisory note it issued to its nationals against travelling to Nigeria. The country's Ministry for Foreign Affairs earlier...

South Africans sign petition against unisex toilets in schools

Some South Africans have started a petition against plans by the department of basic education to introduce unisex or gender-neutral toilets in schools. The online...

Nigeria: Sisters freed after family pays ransom

Five teenage sisters abducted by gunmen in June in the northern Nigerian state of Zamfara have been freed. There was outrage over the extraordinary kidnap...

Ghana: Protesters demand president resigns amid economic hardships

Ghanaian protesters on Saturday demanded that their president Nana Akufo-Addo resigns amid a worsening economic crisis. Thousands of them marched through Ghana's capital Accra expressing...

WHO switches to one dose of cholera vaccine as outbreaks surge

The World Health Organization is moving to replace its standard two-dose vaccination regimen for cholera with a single dose due to vaccine shortages and...

Ghanaian traders close shops in protest of high cost of doing business

Members of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA), have closed their shops across the country in protest of the high cost of doing...

Ghana to block 10 million SIM cards

Ghanaian authorities have announced that they will block about 10 million SIM cards by the end of this month as the re-registration window draws...

Tanzania’s President starts birth control campaign

Tanzania's President Samia Suluhu Hassan has expressed concern over the high birth rate in the East African country as she urges citizens to take...

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