• December 9, 2022

Shock about the presence of a Russian cargo ship in South-african Cape Town

South Africa’s main opposition party on Thursday called on the government to explain why a Russian cargo ship targeted by Western sanctions is docked at a naval base in Cape Town. …

Sports:Morocco on a ‘mission’ to leave deep imprint on history, look to end Portugal’s WC run

Coach Walid Regragui restated Morocco’s ambition durign a press conference Friday (Dec. 9), as the team prepares to play Portugal on Saturday (Dec. 10). The entire Moroccan squad eye a historic …

Gunmen kidnap worshippers in Nigeria mosque attack

Gunmen abducted 19 Muslim worshippers after attacking a mosque in the restive northwest of Nigeria, police said Sunday (November 4). The attackers stormed the mosque in Maigamji village, in Katsina state, …

Sports:Qatar loses 3-1 to Senegal as host nearing World Cup exit

Senegal sent host Qatar to another loss at the World Cup on Friday, winning 3-1 after a defensive error gifted the African champion the lead. Striker Boulaye Dia drilled in that …

Somalia makes gains against al-Shebab extremists

In Somalia, the government is engaged in an “all-out war” against the al-Shebab extremists. The new strategy, in place since July, has already led to some gains in two regions in …

Electoral authorities in DRC announce next presidential election

The electoral authorities in the DRC have announced on Saturday that the next presidential election will take place on December 20th next year. Current president, Felix Tshisekedi, who succeeded Joseph Kabila …

Sports:Disappointing start for Cameroon as they lose first match to Switzerland

The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon have lost their first match against Switzerland in the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Karl Toko Ekambi and his team mates fell short to a lone goal …

Ghana reduces e-levy rate to 1% – 2023 budget

Ghana is set to reduce the rate of the controversial Electronic Transfer Levy to 1 percent from 1.5 percent. As part of the review of the e-levy act, however, the GHS …

1 million students deprived of school because of the jihadists

More than 5,700 schools have been closed in Burkina Faso due to the security situation marked by jihadist attacks, depriving one million students of access to education, the NGO Save The …

German to withdraw troops from Mali by mid 2024

The German government said Tuesday that it plans to wind down the country’s participation in a U.N. military mission in Mali by the middle of 2024. Tensions have grown between Mali, …

At least 14 dead in two attacks in the north of Burkina Faso

At least fourteen people, including eight civilian army replacements, were killed Monday in two separate attacks by jihadist groups in northern Burkina Faso, security and local sources told Africanewsguru.com on Tuesday. …

At least 37 dead in Nigerian ghastly bus crash

At least 37 people were killed Tuesday in a multi-bus crash in northeastern Nigeria, authorities said. The accident occurred near the city of Maiduguri when two commercial buses collided head-on and …

W.Africa, European partners bolster ties against jihadist threat

West African nations met with European leaders on Tuesday for talks on “homegrown” ways to prevent jihadist conflict in the Sahel threatening to “engulf” countries on the Gulf of Guinea. Coastal …