• September 29, 2022

Kenya open to buying fuel from Russia – President Ruto

President William Ruto has expressed willingness to purchase fuel from Russia. This comes at a time when a number of nations, notably the United States, avoid engagement with Russia as a …

Ebola infections rise in Uganda as death toll rises to 23

Ebola infections have risen to across districts in Uganda, bringing the cumulative number of confirmed and suspected deaths to 23, health authorities in the east African country said Monday. Uganda declared …

Kenyan lawyer in ICC case linked to president Ruto found dead – police

Kenyan authorities have launched an investigation into the death of a lawyer accused of bribing and intimidating witnesses in the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecution of President William Ruto, a police …

Israeli ambassador to Morocco denies accusations of sexual abuse

The Israeli ambassador to Morocco, David Govrin, recalled last week by the Hebrew state, has denied accusations of sexual abuse and wrongdoing against him. According to details published in the Israeli …

Tanzania warns against sharing pro-LGBTQI content

The Tanzanian government has warned against the dissemination of online messages and short videos promoting same-sex relationships. It has also warned that it will take action against administrators of social media …

WHO urges Africa to ramp up implementation of roadmap to curb meningitis

The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged African countries to ramp up the implementation of a new roadmap, which was launched on Thursday, to curb outbreaks of bacterial meningitis on the …

Dozens of civilians killed in eastern Mali

Local officials said dozens of civilians were killed this week in Talataye, a town located in north-eastern Mali. The locality which sits at croassroads of influence for rival terrorist groups was …

Police fire tear gas on protesting following opposition leader in Chad

The police fired tear gas canisters Friday to disperse hundreds of protesters accompanying the main opposition leader to Chad’s military junta who was on his way to a summons by the …

Business:Senegalese SMEs go digital to increase productivity

Senegal seeks to boost the digital transformation of its companies with a new program called ETER. It was launched by Senegal’s Agency for the Development and Supervision of Small and Medium-sized …

Nigeria seizes sacks of donkey male genitals to be smuggled to Hong Kong

Nigerian officials have seized thousands of donkey penises that were about to be exported to Hong Kong, an official said on Thursday. Sacks of the donkey male genitals were seized at …

Queen Elizabeth II dead at 96 after 70 years on the throne

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a rock of stability across much of a turbulent century, died Thursday after 70 years on the throne. She was 96. The palace announced …

Landslides caused by heavy rains in Uganda, killed at least 15

The Red Cross said on Wednesday that at least 15 people were killed in western Uganda after a landslide brought on by heavy rains and buried their homes, rescuers continue to …

Fake Reverend Sister arrested for child trafficking in Nigeria

Nigeria’s Rivers State Police Command has arrested a suspected fake Reverend Sister, identified as Maureen Wechinwu who is allegedly involved in child theft. She was paraded among 20 other suspects arrested …