• September 30, 2022

Airstrike in Ethiopia’s Tigray region kills civilians

An airstrike in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region killed at least five civilians earlier this week as the revived war continues, according to humanitarian workers and an internal document seen by The …

World Bank approves $750 million credit to boost Nigerian reforms

The World Bank has approved a US$750 million credit line for Nigeria to help the country push through reforms to attract investment and create jobs. Several states in Nigeria are struggling …

Liberated Mocímboa marks one year since liberation from Jihadist

In the port city of Mocímboa da Praia in northern Mozambique life is slowly coming back to normal. The city was liberated from jihadists a year ago. Since August 2020 that …

South Africa holds memorial for 21 teenagers killed in tavern

A group of young people, mostly teenagers, were found dead in a tavern and still no explanation ten days later: South Africa gathered Wednesday in a ceremony to salute their memory, …

South Africa faces most drastic power outages since 2019

South Africans are experiencing, in the middle of winter, the country’s most drastic outages since 2019. The state-owned electricity utility, Eskom, will implement stage 6 of load shedding between 4 and …

14 crocodiles found in South Africa Floods

Whiles South Africa’s port city of Durban continues to count their losses after the devastating floods; some reptiles seem to have also lost their place of abode. 14 crocodiles were washed …

South African cyclists start journey from Tokyo to New Zealand

South African adventure cyclists Ron Rutland and Adam Nunn are already on their way to Auckland in New Zealand to deliver the whistle for the opening match of Rugby World Cup …

South Africa’s plan to “end” covid 19

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has opened a new vaccine manufacturing facility that he says will boost the country’s capacity to produce its own vaccines for diseases including COVID-19. The factory …

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 …

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 …

South African cop gets life sentence for insurance murders

A South African policewoman was sentenced Friday to six life sentences for killing her boyfriend and five family members to collect life insurance, after a chilling trial that has riveted South …

South Africans cast their votes in local elections

Local elections are taking place in South Africa amidst apprehesion regarding the dominance of the ANC. Only a few months ago the country was rocked by a wave of violence and …

President Ramaphosa unveils $60bn plan to boost economy

South Africa will embark on a major public works and job-creation drive in response to the coronavirus crisis, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday, unveiling a plan to return Africa’s most …