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14 Jul 2022
World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that preventing and treating breast cancer remain a pressing public wellness issue in Sub-Saharan Africa.
14 Apr 2022
In pursuit of medical excellence and improved healthcare in Nigeria, The Redddington Hospital Group, Lagos has raised the bar in quality and affordable health care delivery service
6 Mar 2022
The Minister of State for Health, Dr. Olorunnimbe Mamora, has reiterated Federal Government’s resolve to find a lasting solution to the brain drain syndrome that has plagued the health sector for many years. Speaking at the investiture of Professor Akinsanya Olayide Osibogun as the 22nd President of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, Mamora…
2 Dec 2021
Acting German Consul General, Dr. Bernd von Munchow-Pohl, in this interview with Ngozi Egenuka, spoke about insecurity, trade relations and the stolen Nigerian artefacts
29 Jul 2021
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has called on governments in Sub-Saharan Africa to speed up measures of eliminating gender disparity
21 Aug 2020
Scientists have advanced yet another reason why the dreaded COVID-19 is spreading slowly with very low mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa.
20 Aug 2020
A research has shown that more organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa are recording advanced gender parity in workforce, with appointment of women in key leadership positions.
31 Jan 2020
Tigerianhe 2020 Global Broadband Pricing Report by reveals vast disparities between rich and poor nations.
22 Nov 2019
International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM), American Cancer Society (ACS), the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) and the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)
22 Nov 2019
Sir: Heightened trade and geopolitical tensions have resulted in a broad-based global economic slowdown. Sub-Saharan Africa is also feeling the consequences of this more challenging global environment. While growth in the region is expected to continue at 3.2 percent in 2019, it is weaker than what we projected at the time of our last forecast…
17 Oct 2019
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has given reasons why more than one billion people worldwide are living with vision impairment. According to the first World report on vision issued by the (WHO), the reasons are because they do not get the care they need for conditions like short and farsightedness, glaucoma and cataract.
28 Jun 2019
Beko Home Appliances has urged global firms to integrate locally and adopt consumer-centric strategies to hasten market penetration. Speaking during the product debut in Lagos, Regional Director, sub-Saharan Africa, Evren Albas noted that having the right partner is critical for the longevity of any brand. According to him, Beko, has partnered with a provider of…


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Resident of Joinkrama clan in Ahoada West Council of Rivers State have expressed worries over the level of environmental degradation, poverty, and neglect in the area, despite having 48 oil wells, operated by multinational companies
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Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have renewed their partnership with insurance company Allianz by another 10 years until 2033.
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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has denied a story alleging that its Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, issued a directive at variance with the approved guidelines of the commission to distort Abia governorship election results collation.
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© Pacifique Akilimali/Maryam Abu Hassan – Poet Pacifique Akilimali of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Nigerian peace activist and poet Maryam Abu Hassan. New York, USA, 21 March 2023-/African Media Agency(AMA)/“Across identities and differences…  over countries and continents… it is not hard to choose peace.” These lines are from a new poem created to…
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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano State has rejected the result validating the election of the New Nigerian People’s Party’s (NNPP) Abba Yusuf as governor-elect.