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26 Nov
Libya's unity government has condemned an attack on a court ahead of an appeal by the son of slain dictator Moamer Kadhafi after he was barred from standing in a presidential election.
26 Nov
Gambia's truth commission on Thursday recommended the government prosecute a list of officials responsible for crimes committed under former dictator Yahya Jammeh, with victims adamant the ex-leader himself is included.
26 Nov
Scientists in South Africa said Thursday they had detected a new Covid-19 variant with a large number of mutations, blaming it for a surge in infection numbers.
26 Nov
On Tuesday, 17 November 2015, the Uganda government signed an agreement with Export-Import Bank of China (Exim Bank) to borrow $207 million at two per cent upon disbursement. The loan had a maturity period of 20 years including a seven-year grace period. It has now emerged that the deal signed with the Chinese lenders virtually…
25 Nov
cientists in South Africa said Thursday they had detected a new Covid-19 variant with multiple mutations, blaming it for a surge in infection numbers. "Unfortunately we have detected a new variant which is a reason for concern in South Africa," virologist Tulio de Oliveira told a hastily-called news conference. The variant, which goes by the…
25 Nov
Kingdom of Netherlands and South Africa have harped on the need for infrastructure, women and youth empowerment so as to achieve sustainable development in Lagos.
24 Nov
Sudan's newly reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Wednesday ordered a halt to sackings and a review of all appointments made after his detention in last month's military coup.
24 Nov
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's vow this week to head for the front lines of his country's brutal year-long war has boosted recruitment for the beleaguered armed forces.
23 Nov
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) has charged the ECOWAS Court of Justice to save 5.5 million possible displaced persons in West Africa.
22 Nov
Kenya has launched a murder investigation into the death of a BBC staff member in a Nairobi hotel room, the city's police chief said Monday.
22 Nov
Sudanese authorities have released several civilian leaders detained since last month's military coup, one of the former captives said Monday, amid efforts to restore a fragile transition process towards full democracy.
22 Nov
Kenyans will have to prove they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to gain access to government services, public transport and public places such as national parks, bars and restaurants under new health regulations.

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21 mins ago
The Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Lagos State, Moyosore Onigbanjo (SAN), yesterday, explained that many contradictions in the report of the state’s judicial panel on police brutality made the findings of the panel unreliable...
26 mins ago
Despite the gradual transition to renewable energy, African countries have been warned of the impending economic challenges that may arise from the urgency in decommissioning fossil fuels by 2050.
30 mins ago
It is not getting any better. The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Enugu State appears to have bitten more than it can chew and there is therefore, no peace in the party.
31 mins ago
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) has accused states of not remitting their unions’ check-off dues deducted from workers’ salaries monthly.
31 mins ago
He did it. Standing tall on the podium regaled in his graduation gown and beaming with a smile that can make the world pause for a reflection, Akindele Daniel Davies was a testament of ingenuity and brilliance.