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The 54 African health ministers leading the fight against covid-19

The year 2020 has confirmed to the whole world that one of the most important and toughest portfolios to hold in a government is...

Africa’s top 20 universities based on UN’s SDGs and social impact

The 2020 edition of the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings has been published revealing the top universities around the world. The rankings measure actions taken by...

Opinion: What if COVID-19 is a blessing in disguise?

Over the last few weeks, I have read countless stories that seem to suggest that coronavirus is the disease that would finally bring Africa...

Ken Ofori-Atta: ‘What does an African finance minister do now?’

Economic activity has been massively disrupted; hotels are closing, industry is tottering, airlines are grounded, and our toast-of-the-region airport lies asleep. The Bank of...

COVID-19 and Impact on Businesses – What Can African Businesses Do?

The novel Coronavirus needs no introduction, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S.A, a novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has...

What COVID-19 reveals about educational inequality in Ghana

Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang, a lecturer at the University of Ghana, is looking for new ways to carry on teaching his students. He has no other choice....

The 13 African female health ministers leading the Covid-19 battle

Across the world, the Coronavirus has not only become another disaster to wipe us all out of the earth but has also put the...

Opinion: The amazing evil genius of Coronavirus

While not technically alive, there's an evil genius to viruses that never ceases to amaze me. It's one reason I became a virologist. A recent...

COVID-19 Coronavirus: Unity for Survival in Africa

As the COVID-19 virus pandemic impacts peoples' lives worldwide, society shuts down in an effort to contain it. People find themselves isolated at home,...

Opinion: Young Jamaican’s invention could help tackle spread of COVID-19

Five years ago more than 40 babies born in Jamaican hospitals became infected with lethal bacteria - half of them died. The bacteria Klebsiella, like...

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Ethiopia ends military operation in Tigray after capture of capital

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said that federal forces have ended military operations in the Tigray region after the capture of the capital,...

Al Ahly beat Zamalek to win African Champions League title

A sensational late Mohamed Magdy goal gave Al Ahly victory over Cairo rivals Zamalek in the first ever one-legged African Champions League final. Magdy's 88th-minute...

Pope Francis calls for prayers for Ethiopia amid Tigray crisis

Pope Francis has called for the world to pray for Ethiopia as fighting between federal forces and rebels in Tigray region intensifies. In a message...

Ethiopian offensive on Tigray capital has begun

Ethiopian military forces have reportedly started their planned offensive on rebels in the Tigray region. Reuters reported that the leader of rebellious forces said on...

Ghana: Ex-graft prosecutor says president is ‘mother serpent of corruption’

The former Special Prosecutor for corruption in Ghana, Martin Amidu has described the president, Nana Akufo Addo as "mother serpent of corruption." Amidu resigned on...
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