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1 Oct
Malawi on Friday deployed armed soldiers to escort fuel deliveries after a sit-in by truckers caused shortages at gas stations around the country.
15 Sep
Attracting and retaining students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels has been identified as a key barrier to improving physics-based research output in sub-Saharan Africa
11 Sep
Not that you should write off going on an African safari to Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia or visit the pyramids of Egypt off your bucket list. There are many great countries on the African continent that may not get the notoriety they deserve and may not rank high on your search engine when searching for African…
2 Sep
Sadio Mane scored as Senegal won and his Liverpool teammate Naby Keita created a goal as Guinea drew when 2022 World Cup group qualifying in Africa finally kicked off on Wednesday
19 Jun
Delays in coronavirus vaccine shipments to Malawi have caused health facilities to run out of doses as hundreds are due to receive a second shot, the health minister said Saturday.
19 May
Malawi on Wednesday destroyed nearly 17,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine that had expired in mid-April, with the health minister blaming "propaganda" for many Malawians' reluctance to receive the jab.
6 May
The Malawian government has ordered thousands of long-integrated refugees to return to its sole but badly overcrowded refugee camp, in a controversial move that many have vowed to resist.
16 Apr
Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo yesterday stated that Nigeria is on the path of ensuring continued access to affordable, reliable energy for its populace, and transitioning
18 Jan
Malawi is set to roll out a first set of anti-coronavirus restrictions this week, the president said, after overruling a court ban on lockdown measures to tackle a surge in cases.
2 Dec 2020
After about 11 years abroad, Mobile City, an indigenous operator has finally entered Nigeria. With a focus on retail mobile phone enterprises, Mobile City, according to the Chief Executive Officer, Stanley Afunwa, having made an impact in Hong Kong, USA, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, the brand has finally come home. Afunwa explained the company aims…
11 Nov 2020
Fourth-Generation (4G) mobile network coverage in Nigeria currently hovers around 37 per cent, amid demand for improved and ubiquitous telephony services.   4G is the fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology, succeeding 3G, and preceding 5G.   The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in the Draft Consultation Document for the Deployment of 5G Mobile Technology…
10 Nov 2020
Loud sobs echoed through a suburb of Malawi's capital Lilongwe in the middle of the night, jolting resident Paul Kaonga from his sleep.

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