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Russia-Ukraine crisis: Europe can look to Africa as preferred gas supplier

With recent sanctions on Russia by western nations threatening the critical supply of Russian gas to European markets, an opportunity has emerged for African...

Why Mali’s ruling junta and France are engaged in a row

Mali's ruling junta has triggered a diplomatic row with former colonial masters, France amid its political crisis. The ruling junta on Monday told the French...

European Union lifts flight suspension to Southern Africa

The European Union has announced the lifting of suspension on flights to and from Southern Africa, a restriction that was put in place amid...

United States lifts travel restrictions on Southern African countries

The United States government has announced the lifting of travel restrictions on southern Africa countries effective 31st of December, 2021. The travel restrictions were imposed...

Record high number of journalists jailed globally in 2021

A record high number of journalists were jailed in 2021, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has said. In a report released on Thursday, the...

Omicron: AU, UN criticize travel restrictions on African countries

The African Union and United Nations have strongly criticized travel restrictions placed on several Southern African countries following the confirmation of the Omicron variant...

Anglican Archbishops oppose Ghana’s anti–LGBTQ+ bill

Several church leaders particularly those in the UK have strongly criticised Ghanaian bishops over their support for a draconian anti-LGBTQ+ law. These include Justin Welby, the...

Majority across G20 countries see Climate change as crisis

A major poll of public opinion on climate change in the G20 countries published today by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the University...

China’s trade with Africa grows to record highs

According to China's Ministry of Commerce, trade between China and Africa increased by 40.5 percent year-on-year in the first seven months of 2021, and...

World leaders urged to protect most vulnerable against climate change

More than 2,000 young leaders and youth-led organisations from across the Commonwealth have urged governments to respect the needs and contributions of the world's...

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