Sudan, S/Sudan sign resolution to support humanitarian programs

Sudan, S/Sudan sign resolution to support humanitarian programs

Sudan and South Sudan have signed a resolution agreeing to support a sustained humanitarian and recovery development programs in the Abyei area and full access of aid workers by the ...

Malawi to destroy 4-ton ivory stockpile

Malawi to destroy 4-ton ivory stockpile

The Malawi Department of National Parks and Wildlife is expected to burn four metric tons of seized ivory worth US$7.5 million at an event to mark World Wildlife Day in the capital ...

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 ...

Namibia refuses to retract domestic workers’ minimum wage

Namibia refuses to retract domestic workers’ minimum wage

The Namibian government is not going to retract the minimum wages policy for domestic workers which will come into effect on Wednesday, says Alpheus Muheua, the Deputy Minister of ...

Lesotho electoral body on study tour to Malawi

Lesotho electoral body on study tour to Malawi

A six member delegation from Lesotho led by the Chairperson of the Lesotho Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Chief Justice retired Mahapela Lehohla will visit Malawi on a ...

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 ...

Malawi to destroy 4-ton ivory stockpile

The Malawi Department of National Parks and Wildlife is expected to burn four metric tons of seized ivory worth US$7.5 million at an event to mark World Wildlife Day in the capital Lilongwe.Secretary for Tourism and Culture, Elsie Tembo, said Monday that the department arrived at the decision in recognition  more...

March 30, 2015 at 8:15 pm UTC

Lesotho electoral body on study tour to Malawi

A six member delegation from Lesotho led by the Chairperson of the Lesotho Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Chief Justice retired Mahapela Lehohla will visit Malawi on a study tour mission from 6 to11th April.According to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Chief Elections Officer Willy Kalonga on  more...

March 30, 2015 at 7:58 pm UTC

Ethiopia: COMESA discusses inclusive, sustainable industrialization

Industrialization is a necessity for Africa's transformation and intra-regional trade is stronger with value-added products, the African Development Bank (AfDB) said in a statement on Monday.The Bank issued the statement during the opening of the 18th Summit of Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa  more...

March 30, 2015 at 7:19 pm UTC

S/Africa observes World TB Day

South Africans, led by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, will join the rest of the international community in commemorating the World Tuberculosis (TB) Day whose main ceremony will be in North West Province on Tuesday, a health official has said.The occasion is an opportunity for affected persons and the  more...

March 24, 2015 at 11:09 am UTC

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