Kenya’s deputy leader Ruto attending ICC trial

Kenya’s deputy leader Ruto attending ICC trial

Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto left Kenya on Wednesday evening to attend his trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague which begins on Thursday. An unnamed ...

Press focuses contract for cooking stoves, new monetary policy, killing of 50 people

Press focuses contract for cooking stoves, new monetary policy, killing of 50 people

The Federal Executive Council's (FEC) approval of contract for the supply of cooking stoves, the new central bank's monetary policy and insurgents killing of 50 persons are some of ...

Sudan bans reporting on Ebola

Sudan bans reporting on Ebola

The Sudanese authorities have prohibited local media from covering any news related to the Ebola virus.Press sources who asked not to be mentioned for security reasons confirmed to ...

Nigerian central bank to sell $730m worth of treasury bills

Nigerian central bank to sell $730m worth of treasury bills

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) says that it plans to sell N129.17 billion (about $730m) in treasury bills with maturities ranging from three months to one year at its auction on ...

Mozambique finalizes mining, oil regulations

Mozambique finalizes mining, oil regulations

Mozambique`s Ministry of Mineral Resources says it is in the final phase of drawing up regulations for the country`s mining and oil laws, APA learn here on Thursday. Permanent ...

Zimbabwe surgeons to perform operation on conjoined twins

Zimbabwe surgeons to perform operation on conjoined twins

Zimbabwean surgeons will next week perform the country's first major operation to separate conjoined twins, an official said Wednesday.Harare Central Hospital clinical director ...

Paris Chamber of Commerce urges French investment in Senegal

Paris Chamber of Commerce urges French investment in Senegal

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris (CCIP) has urged French companies to up their investments in Senegal. CCIP President Pierre Antoine Gailly told an investors' forum ...

Press focuses contract for cooking stoves, new monetary policy, killing of 50 people

The Federal Executive Council's (FEC) approval of contract for the supply of cooking stoves, the new central bank's monetary policy and insurgents killing of 50 persons are some of the main stories in Nigerian newspapers on Thursday.The Guardian newspaper reported that FEC approved the award of contract for  more...

November 27, 2014 at 9:55 am UTC

Kenya’s deputy leader Ruto attending ICC trial

Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto left Kenya on Wednesday evening to attend his trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague which begins on Thursday. An unnamed witness who was used to confirm the case against Deputy President William Ruto and journalist Joshua Sang takes the stand at  more...

November 27, 2014 at 11:03 am UTC

Nigerian central bank to sell $730m worth of treasury bills

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) says that it plans to sell N129.17 billion (about $730m) in treasury bills with maturities ranging from three months to one year at its auction on December 3.The CBN said on Wednesday in Abuja that it would sell N27.85 billion in the 3-month treasury bills; N30 billion in  more...

November 27, 2014 at 9:40 am UTC

Mozambique unveils cervical cancer vaccine for school girls

Mozambique's health ministry has launched a cervical cancer vaccine that will be administered primarily through schools in combination with community-based mobile brigades to target those not in schools, APA learns here on Friday.According to state-controlled daily paper Noticias, it was launched at Manhiça  more...

November 21, 2014 at 3:15 pm UTC

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