Monday, June 27, 2022

AUTHOR NAME

Isaac Kaledzi

8618 POSTS
0 COMMENTS
Isaac Kaledzi is an experienced and award winning journalist from Ghana. He has worked for several media brands both in Ghana and on the International scene. Isaac Kaledzi is currently serving as an African Correspondent for DW.

Ethiopia state of emergency has created calm investment environment – Govt.

The Ethiopian government says the recently imposed six-month state of emergency has created a peaceful environment for investment and other business activities to get...

The Gambia joins African queue to leave ICC

The Gambia says it will pull of the International Criminal Court (ICC) after accusing the tribunal of persecuting and humiliating Africans. The small West African...

Why Dangote sacked 36 expats and 12 Nigerians – Downsizing not recession

The Dangote group of companies has denied media reports that a recent decision to retrench 48 of its staff was related to recession in...

Al Shabaab takes Somali town as Ethiopian, govt troops pull out

Insurgent group al Shabaab has confirmed taking full control on Wednesday of Tiyeeglow, a town in southern Somalia after African Union in Somalia (AMISOM)...

Zimbabwe economic growth to reach 4.8 % in 2017- treasury

Zimbabwe’s treasury expects economic growth to peak to 4.8 percent in 2017 form 1.2 percent this year, on the back of improved agriculture production...

Chinese man fined $20 for selling Zimbabwe flags without authority

A 28-year old Chinese businessman, Weidong Li, has been fined $20 by a court in the Zimbabwean capital Harare for selling the national flags...

Rwanda, DR Congo sign deal to ease cross-border trade

Rwanda and DR Congo have signed a new agreement establishing a framework for bilateral cooperation in the area of cross-border trade and elimination of...

Mr. Albinism Kenya: ‘Finally we achieved something

Kenya has just crowned its first ever Mr. and Miss Albinism. In a region where people living with albinism live in fear of ritual...

Rwanda largely responsible for Burundi crisis – Nkurunziza’s spokesperson

Burundian authorities insist that their northern neighbour, Rwanda, was largely responsible for the chaos and instability the country has been experiencing since April last...

Twelve dead in ‘al-Shabab attack’ on Kenyan town Mandera

At least 12 people have been killed in an attack in Kenya believed to have been carried out by Islamist militants from Somalia. Police in...

Latest news

- Advertisement -