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20 Jul 2016
Kirusa, an Information Technology company that provides telecoms and social media solutions, has introduced ‘myGenie’, a free airtime app for prepaid Android users in Nigeria.
17 Jul 2016
A team from African Development Bank AfDB, led by its Transport Specialist, Mr. Mwila Aeron Katambula and Abia State government, have discussed the last lap of the $200m loan sought by the state for infrastructure development.
17 Jul 2016
Aside the lethargic attitude of the state government towards improving agricultural output, the farmers are facing serious challenges, which are not only negatively impacting on their livelihood, but also forcing them out of business.
6 Jul 2016
As the European Union (EU) threatens to unravel in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave, the African Union (AU) is pursuing a path of closer integration through the launch ...
17 Jun 2016
Africa spends $35 billion in importing food; it is projected that the number will grow to $110 billion by 2025.
16 Jun 2016
Citing the need to ensure they are of optimal benefit to Nigeria, the Federal Government yesterday approved the renegotiation of multilateral loans obtained from agencies like the World Bank ...
9 Jun 2016
The Africa’s power sector was one of the key issues discussed at last month’s World Economic Forum on Africa, held in Kigali, Rwanda.
1 Jun 2016
The World Economic Forum on Africa 2016, held from May 11 to 13 in Kigali, Rwanda, with the theme “Connecting Africa’s Resources through Digital Transformation ...
23 May 2016
Africa's economy is likely to grow 3.7 per cent this year, the African Development Bank (AfDB) said on Monday.


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Portugal coach Fernando Santos admitted on Friday that Cristiano Ronaldo had been unhappy to be dropped to the bench as he pleaded for a line to be drawn under the affair.
51 mins ago
Ten workers were killed in Indonesia after an explosion in a coal mine caused a collapse, a rescue agency official said Friday.
59 mins ago
China has set up at least two "police stations" in Germany, authorities have confirmed, sparking fresh concern about the overseas centres that critics say are used to harass dissidents.
1 hour ago
An Italian court has ordered the state to restore a German charity vessel seized in 2017 over migrant rescues in the Mediterranean, a lawyer told AFP Friday.
1 hour ago
Borno state Governor, Professor Babagana Zulum, has stated that the endemic spate of corruption in the country is a major impediment to national integration.