Saturday, May 26, 2018

Oromia president extends olive branch to banned Ethiopia group

President of Ethiopia's Oromia regional state, Lemma Megersa, has reportedly extended an olive branch to a banned group the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF). According to...

Eritrea’s weeklong 27th independence anniversary underway

Eritreans started activities marking the country's 27th independence anniversary late last week. The activities lat Friday included an exhibition featuring paintings and sculpture in...

Muslim leaders meet in Turkey, vow to protect Palestine & Quds, its capital

Leaders from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) met on Friday to dilate on the deadly incidents in Gaza over the last week. The OIC...

Cameroon Anglophone crisis pops up in U.K. parliament, MP worried

Cameroon's Anglophone crisis on Wednesday made an appearance in the United Kingdom's lower house of Parliament - the House of Commons, with a request...

Jammeh’s first non-Gambian pursuer is a Ghanaian shoe seller

A Ghanaian shoe seller, Martin Kyere is the first non-Gambian to demand justice from exile leader of the West African nation, Yahya Jammeh. Martin is...

Somalia president calls for end to senseless regional hostilities

President of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, has waded into an inter-regional confrontation between Puntland and semi-autonomous Somaliland regions in the country. Reports over the past...

DRC govt gives WHO go-ahead to use experimental Ebola vaccine

The World Health Organization has been given the go-ahead by officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo to import and use an experimental Ebola...

South Africa president’s Ramadan message wants mosque attackers found

President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa has sent a Ramadan message to Muslims in the country with days to the commencement of the Holy...

Dead dolphin on Gambian beach highlights Chinese factory pollution

Gambians woke up on Saturday morning to find a dead dolphin on the shores of the beach of Gunjur. The incident is believed to be...

Sierra Leoneans pour out as president Maada Bio takes office

Sierra Leone president Julius Maada Bio was inaugurated into office on Saturday after winning the presidential elections - at the time as leader of...

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SA govt profiles African countries with Mandela-themed photos

The South African presidency is sharing information of African countries on the ocassion of Africa Day - a day set aside by the African...

Eritrea on way up, adversaries have always failed – President

President of Eritrea, Isaias Akwerki has stressed that the country has survived over two decades of hostilities in different areas and from different quarters...

New Zambia policy to police alcohol intake

Zambia has a new national policy on alcohol which is set to bring in tougher alcohol restrictions. According to chief government spokesperson Dora Siliya, the...

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