• January 30, 2023

South Africa will not ditch coal ‘just like that’-Ramaphosa

Coal-rich but energy-starved South Africa will not immediately abandon its fossil-fueled electricity generating plants as it transitions to cleaner forms of power, President Cyril Ramaphosa said Sunday. South Africa, one of …

US secretary of state Anthony Blinken speaks to young people in Cairo Egypt

The strategic partnership between the U.S. and Egypt is of “great consequence”, according to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.He made the comment on Sunday in Cairo where he addressed a meeting …

DRC ready to welcome Pope Francis

In Kinshasa’s Ndolo airport everything is ready to welcome Pope Francis. The Holy Pontiff arrives on Tuesday in Kinshasa, capital of the DRC and Africa’s largest catholic country. Tomorrow I will …

Africa – China Summit discusses enhanced cooperation

The Africa-China Summit is taking place in Senegal’s capital, Dakar. Direct exchanges between the Continent and China reached over 200 billion dollars in 2019. Trade and security are the main topics …

South Africa disappointed at the EU over travel ban

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed disappointment at the European Union over the recent travel ban instituted against southern African countries. The president described as unjustified the travel ban which …

Hundreds of people gathered in Madrid to welcome the Christmas season

Thousands of Madrilenians gathered for Black Friday evening shopping as the city’s Christmas lights were switched on. Madrid’s Plaza Mayor has become a large Christmas market full of more than 100 …

South Africa tourism industry thrown into chaos Due to BAN

The travel ban imposed on South Africa announced by the United Kingdom and other countries is throwing the tourism industry into chaos. The United States and Australia have also joined the …

Business Africa : What innovative financing solutions can the continent adopt?

Pledges of financial resources like the $100 billion made in 2009 are yet to be fulfilled, which means African nations must be ready to finance and manage their own survival against …

Ethiopia Praise the return of looted Artifacts

Ethiopia on Saturday hailed the return of precious artefacts looted by British soldiers more than 150 years ago, after a long campaign for their restitution. The collection — recovered from Britain, …

Archeologists discover world’s oldest jewelry in Morocco

Researchers in Morocco unveiled Thursday the oldest jewelry dating back “between 142,000 and 150,000 years. The discovery was made near Essaouira resort in Bizmoune located in the South West region of …

SHOCKING : Libya’s interim Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah to run for president

Libya’s interim Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah on Sunday filed his candidacy to run for president in next month’s elections despite being barred from elections under the current rules. Abdul Hamid …

No jurisdiction to try former PM Augustin Matata, DRC constitutional says court

  The Constitutional Court of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ruled on Monday in Kinshasa that it had no jurisdiction to try former Prime Minister Augustin Matata on charges of …

AU envoy warns Ethiopia talks won’t succeed without ceasefire

The African Union’s special envoy for the Horn of Africa, Olusegun Obasanjo, remains hopeful that dialogue can end Ethiopia’s year-long war, but warned in a statement released Sunday that “such talks …