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[AI London] Groundbreaking ruling could have significant impact across continent
[Malawi News Agency] Mchinji -The Ministry of Health in conjunction with World Vision has recognized the area of Traditional Authority Mavwere in Mchinji as one of the most hygienic areas in the country.
[Daily Maverick] 'I applaud the people who had the courage to educate us on their journey and how they conquered and overcame so much.'
[This Day] Cecil Hammond, President Flytime Group and owner of Flytime Promotions has for 15 years been behind the scene of grooming and churning out great musicians in the Nigerian music industry. To his credit, he has done over 40 shows nationwide, promoting young African talents and has been at the forefront of the showbiz industry through his popular concert, Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged, which is a meeting point for musicians and comedians. This year, the concert which has become an epitome of musical evolution in Nig
[New Era] Windhoek -Staying true to his work ethic actor/musician Mabuzza, real name Fillemon Hafeni Stephanus, is starring in his new leading role in the soon-to-be released movie 'Love Isn't to Play with'.
[This Day] Sensational saxophonist Mike Aremu is making plans to mark his two decades of music excellence with a concert. The 20th anniversary event will feature musicians like Tim Godfrey, Sammie Okposo, Tope Alabi, Onos Ariyo, Ibitayo Jeje and a host of others. Apart from the music performances, the event will capture Aremu's journey to stardom, a story that is indeed worth retelling.
[Govt of Liberia] Monrovia, Liberia: His Excellency, President George Manneh Weah has urged thousands of recent University of Liberia graduates to use the knowledge acquired for the ultimate good of the Liberian nation and its people.
[Cameroon Tribune] An agreement was signed between both institutions yesterday, December 11, 2019.
[Cameroon Tribune] In these troubled times that have seen the "beast", the "Leviathan", rising in the "holiest of holies", the University, till now considered as a "closed and apolitical place", it is incumbent on all of us, irrespective of who we are and regardless of our position, to take a stand to reaffirm the sacredness of this genesiac place in which the destiny of our country is shaped. Renouncing this duty by withdrawing into a hypocritical silence, is being an accomplice of what is being hatched and which is no othe
[Concord] I am writing this piece onboard Ethiopian Airlines, the flag carrier of Ethiopia, which has become one of the continent's leading carriers, unrivalled in Africa for efficiency and operational success. It is a Boeing aircraft and we are cruising at several hundreds of miles above sea level.
[Foroyaa] State House, Banjul, 12 th December 2019 - Senior officials from Universal Caravan Aviation, a transnational aviation company based in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, have shared with President Barrow plans to commence operating a private airline service in The Gambia. The Vice-Chairman of the company, Saidu Mohammed Ahmed, who disclosed the plans in an audience with the president at the State House on Wednesday, 11th December 2019, said the company is expected to launch its Gambia subsidiary - named Jet Wing
A Berlin museum is the first of many museums worldwide to open an exhibition dedicated to Raphael, the Italian master painter of the High Renaissance period who died 500 years ago.
"Richard Jewell" tells the story of the man wrongly accused of planting a bomb at the 1996 Olympic Games. Eastwood claims it's about the media and the truth — but now he's criticized for his depiction of the events.
It is a niche market but an influential one; printed sheets of authentic 19th-century Christmas cutouts. A newcomer has arrived this season, but the images are not exactly what they seem.
[SNA] Member of the Transitional Sovereign Council Ayesha Musa received the recommendations of Consultative Forum for Women in Darfur states, which convened at the Republican Palace Thursday
[Concord] The Human Rights Defenders Network Sierra Leone yesterday called on the government to step up efforts in ensuring that women and girls are protected from rape and sexual violence in the country.
[Nyasa Times] Plan International Malawi Country Director Phoebe Kasoga has decried the culture of silence surrounding gender-based violence (GBV) in Malawi, saying it is compromising the fight against the vice.