Day: May 6, 2019

The Namibian government has declared a national state of emergency with respect to a drought that has hit several areas in the southern African nation. A statement from the presidency attributed to the president Hage Geingob said: “the State of Emergency exists on account of the natural disaster of drought in all regions of the […]

Women in aviation have resolved to use social media more regularly to inspire the younger generation of girls to consider careers in the industry. The discussions took place at the Women in Aviation conference on the sidelines of the Airport Show 2019, held on May 1 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre in […]

Nigerian singer-songwriter and one of Africa’s biggest music stars Tiwa Savage says she is very humbled and excited after signing a global music deal with Universal Music Group (UMG). She says, taking her music to a worldwide audience can only mean one thing. A revolution going on in African music. “It’s very exciting. The support […]

Thousands of people are still living in tents after the devastating Cyclone Kenneth swept through Ibo Island in northern Mozambique. The cyclone that hit the region on April 25 has already killed 41 people and damaged tens of thousands of homes, including hospitals. “My house was damaged by the cyclone. The bed, mattress and plates […]

South Sudan and South Africa on Monday signed a six-year production-sharing agreement for an untapped exploration block in the East African country, where production has been hit by civil war. The Exploration Production Sharing Agreement for Block B2 was signed by Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, South Sudan’s Minister of Petroleum and Jeff Radebe, South Africa’s Minister […]

South Africa is struggling with a weak economy and high unemployment. And once again, Xenophobia has raised its ugly head as locals scramble for jobs and services. Osahon Aire has been living in South Africa since 2006. Like most other foreign nationals, Aire came to Johannesburg to make a living. “When we actually took off […]

Boeing Co did not tell U.S. regulators for more than a year that it inadvertently made an alarm alerting pilots to a mismatch of flight data optional on the 737 MAX, instead of standard as on earlier 737s, but insisted on Sunday the missing display represented no safety risk. The U.S. plane maker has been trying […]

Fifty-five people were killed in the late hours of Sunday night following by the explosion of a tanker truck carrying gasoline, a few hundred meters from the Niamey International Airport, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior told AFP. “The toll of the explosion was 55 dead and 36 wounded. The victims were burned,” the spokesman […]

South Africa’s second-biggest opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has challenged the governance record of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) on Sunday and promised a tougher stance on corruption and economic policies to target racial inequality. The EFF, formed by former ANC youth leader Julius Malema in 2013, has built its agenda on highlighting state graft […]

The human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) denounced in a report published on Monday “a regular use of torture and illegal detention” by the Cameroonian authorities against English-speaking separatists. HRW claims to have “documented 26 cases of illegal detention and enforced disappearance at the detention centre of the Secretariat of State for Defence between January […]


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