PSG target domestic treble while hoping for Mbappe 'miracle'
Paris Saint-Germain can belatedly wrap up another domestic treble on Friday when they face Lyon in the final of the French League Cup, but their build-up to the game has been overshadowed
COVID-19 response: FG receives second Batch Medical Supplies of UN Basket Fund
The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, has joined other stakeholders to receive 2nd Batch Medical Supplies purchased with UN Basket Fund for COVID-19 Response
Associates to celebrate Adelusi-Adeluyi at 80
Renowned pharmacist, a legal practitioner and Rotarian, Prince Julius Adelusi-Adeluyi, will be 80 on August 2, 2020. For a popular and highly connected statesman like him
WHO concerned over rising virus cases in Europe
The European chapter of the World Health Organization on Friday expressed concern over the resurgence of new coronavirus cases on the continent, saying countries should impose tighter restrictions if necessary.
Despite government’s effort, African brands fall by 13 per cent
Making Africans believe in their products has been a serious challenge militating against the growth of indigenous brands for ages.
Bundesliga TV rights value drops for first time since 2002
The value of TV rights for the Bundesliga will drop slightly over the 2021-2025 period from 1.16 billion euros ($1.3 billion) to 1.1 billion euros per season
First post-lockdown flight departs Europe for China
A first charter flight carrying Europeans to China following weeks of lockdown departed Germany's biggest hub Frankfurt late Friday, carrying around 200 workers and their families.
Football returns, beaches reopen as Europe eases lockdown
Beaches in France and Italy opened on Saturday for the first weekend since the countries eased coronavirus lockdowns, while football fans awaited