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31 Mar
Angola on Thursday suspended the pay of doctors who launched a strike last week to demand better wages and medical supplies.
12 Mar
To commemorate International Women’s month, the Wife of Argentinian Ambassador and Head of Mission Spouses in Nigeria, Mrs. Maria Eugenia Herrero, is partnering with Heart for Widows International to empower and give succor to widows. Speaking at the Residence of the Argentinian Embassy, which had in attendance, 18 representatives from different countries of the world,…
6 Mar
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia yesterday announced the lift of suspension of direct flights from 17 countries including Nigeria...
20 Dec
The relief felt by many Nigerians following the reversal of travel restrictions the United Kingdom and Canada imposed on the country is instructive, because the restrictions
25 Sep 2021
For almost a decade now, there has been a rise in recognition and appreciation of African beauty and fashion models all over the world, and in a bid to consolidate on the development
15 Aug 2021
The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) opened entries for its 30th-anniversary edition on June 1, 2021.
12 Aug 2021
All is set for the Asagba of Asaba International Wrestling Championship in Delta State. The championship will feature professional wrestlers from Egypt, Cameroon
13 May 2021
The Lagos State Government has placed the United States, Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Togo, South Africa, Canada, France, Germany, Uganda, the Netherland, Cameroun, Angola and Rwanda on its watch list...
26 Mar 2021
Southwestern Angola is experiencing its worst drought in four decades, with a severe impact on crops, the United Nations' World Food Programme warned Friday.
11 Feb 2021
Angola has legalised same-sex marriage 133 years after the proscription of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in the country. The country's parliamentarians who voted to overhaul Angola's criminal statute books did not just remove the passage. They also banned discrimination based on sexual orientation. The reform has been hailed by human rights…
4 Feb 2021
Angolan police on Thursday fired tear gas at youths rallying in Luanda against police brutality and economic hardship, days after several protesters were killed in a crackdown in the country's northeast.
2 Nov 2020
An Angolan court has freed dozens of protesters arrested during anti-government demonstrations late last month, their lawyers said, as frustrations against the regime continue to boil.

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has postponed the screening of its 2023 presidential aspirants earlier scheduled for Monday, May 23.
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Dr. Ken Opara has been sworn as the 22nd President/Chairman of the Council of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) at an event attended by industry leaders, regulators and political office holders during which he pledged to restore ...
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A turnover of 3.021 billion shares worth N31.8 billion was recorded in 29,153 deals by investors on the floor of the Nigerian Exchange Limited last week.
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As political parties enter the decision week where delegates will determine flag bearers for the 2023 general elections, some presidential aspirants – in both the All Progressives Congress...
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The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, and the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, have advised underwriters in the country to pay claims promptly to retain public confidence.