Saturday, March 6, 2021
- Advertisement -

CATEGORY

Special Reports

Zambia fights breast and cervical cancers as mortality rate surges

Thandiwe Banda, the youngest first lady Zambia has ever had, was only in her 30s when her husband, Rupiah Bwezani Banda became the country's...

Zambian activists seek clarity on prison vote ahead of 2021 elections

The month of October in Zambia, has been characterized by a host of electoral issues, pertaining to the 2021 General elections. The first ever prison...

Guinea: Tension heightens after Alpha Condé secures third term

Tension is high in Guinea with some streets reportedly deserted as security forces patrol them to contain a post election violence. Supporters of the opposition...

Coronavirus vaccine trial volunteer dies in Brazil

A coronavirus vaccine trial participant has died. The volunteer was involved in trials into a jab from Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The tragic news was confirmed...

AU, Ecowas condemned for keeping mute on crisis in Nigeria

The African Union and West African regional bloc Ecowas have been condemned widely by many Africans for keeping silent on ongoing violence in Nigeria. Protesters...

Nigerians hold vigil for victims of Police brutality

Thousands of Nigerians on Sunday gathered across the country to hold a vigil to remember those who were killed by members of the Special...

Founder of Nigeria’s notorious police unit SARS ‘feels guilty’

Fulani Kwajafa founded the recently disbanded and hated police unit the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in 1984. But years later the unit has become a...

Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine trial halted over ‘unexplained illness’

Another major drug producer, Johnson & Johnson has announced that it has paused its COVID-19 vaccine trial. The announcement on Monday night according to the...

WHO says COVID-19 vaccine may be ready by end of 2020

The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that a vaccine against COVID-19 may be ready by end of this year. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom...

Liberia’s Weah angry with ‘rude citizens’ asking him for money

Liberia’s President George Weah has expressed anger at some Liberians who continue to ask him for favours but refuse to show him respect. According to...

Latest news

2 Nigerians sentenced to death in Ghana for kidnapping four girls

Two Nigerians have been sentenced to death for their roles in the kidnapping and disappearance of missing girls in Ghana. A court in Ghana on...

Senegal: Tension heightens over arrest of opposition leader

There is heightened tension in Senegal following the arrest of opposition leader, Ousmane Sonko who is due to appear in court on Friday on...

Ghana: Court dismisses petition challenging re-election of Akufo-Addo

Ghana's Supreme Court has dismissed a petition filed by Ghana's former President, John Mahama challenging the re-election of incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo. Mr. Mahama was...

Over 20 migrants die after they were thrown into sea off Djibouti

The United Nation has said more than 20 African migrants died after their smugglers threw them overboard off the coast of Djibouti. According to the...

Over 7,000 Nigerian refugees flee to Niger

Some 7,600 Nigerian refugees have reportedly fled to Niger since January this year. The United Nations which made the revelation said the violence in north-western Nigeria has...
- Advertisement -