South Africa leader faces thorny test over virus lockdown
Admired by some but berated by others for imposing a tight lockdown, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa faces a fresh leadership test over his handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
Keep the virus at bay with washing machine temperature
You may be wondering the necessity of using the washing machine when you can simply use your hands to scrub your textiles and still get an absolute stain-free result.
Delay in response, decontamination, fuelling rise in COVID-19 cases
As the country’s COVID-19 cases continue to escalate, experts have found a delay in response to positive cases and decontamination of premises, as the main causes for the development.
Silent spreaders of COVID-19: People without symptoms
Five months since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was first reported in China, there are still many unknowns about the disease. However, what is known is that of all the people that contract the virus
Benin votes in controversial poll despite virus
Benin staged local elections minus key opposition parties on Sunday with authorities pushing ahead despite the coronavirus threat and calls for a delay.
Alarm in Germany as 'corona demos' take off
From anger over lockdown measures to a purported vaccine plan by Bill Gates: a growing wave of demonstrations in Germany by conspiracy theorists
The doubting Nigerians
Here is why. A family friend visited me recently and asked me if I believed that the coronavirus was real. Is it killing Nigerians at the level the authorities claim?
Japan lifts virus emergency for most regions
Japan's prime minister on Thursday lifted a state of emergency imposed due to the coronavirus for the majority of the country but kept it in place for top cities Tokyo and Osaka.