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

The cost of UK’s asylum deal with Rwanda rises

The UK has given Rwanda another £100m to relocate asylum seekers for this year. The British government has already paid about £140m to Rwanda as...

South Africa: 11 killed in a platinum mine accident

At least 11 workers have died at a platinum mine in South Africa. The incident has also injured 75 others. The lift was bringing workers...

Sierra Leone lifts curfew after Pademba Road Prison breakout

A nationwide curfew imposed on Sierra Leone has now been lifted after armed men broke into a prison to free inmates. Many detainees from some...

How severe drought killed over 50 in Ethiopia

Over fifty Ethiopians have been confirmed dead from severe drought in the Tigray and Amhara regions. About 46 people died in the town of Yechila...

Congo: Military enlistments suspended after stampede kills prospective recruits

The military in the Republic of Congo has suspended all enlistments exercises after a stampede killed at least 31 prospective recruits. The late-night stampede occurred...

At least 32 dead in clashes between Sudan and South Sudan

At least 32 people have been killed in attacks over the disputed oil rich Abiye region between Sudan and South Sudan. Those killed include...

Former Ivorian PM Soro to return from exile for 2024 polls

Former Ivorian Prime Minister Guillaume Soro has announced plans to return home and contribute to the reconciliation of the country despite having two criminal...

Somalia floods kill over 30, displacing 1.6 million people

At least 31 people have been confirmed dead from latest floods in Somalia. Several people have also been injured with an estimated number of...

South Africa and Chad recall diplomats to Israel over Gaza invasion

South Africa and Chad have decided to recall their diplomatic staff from Israel over the ongoing war in Gaza. The two countries said this has...

Zambia: Ex-President Lungu loses benefits amid his re-election bid

The Zambian government has withdrawn retirement benefits and privileges from former President Edgar Lungu. It follows his decision to return to active politics after leaving...

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