Day: May 19, 2019

Boeing Co has made corrections to simulator software that mimics the flying experience of its 737 MAX jets, which were involved in two fatal crashes, and the company has provided additional information to device operators, a spokesman said on Friday. The spokesman, Gordon Johndroe, said the changes will ensure that the simulator experience is representative across different […]

Nomadic farmers in Morroco assert their rights to freely move, graze livestock and explore the country’s Southern teritories. In spite of the countless disputes their exploits has landed them in with crop famers in the region of Souss, they remain determined. Tensions are recurrent and the situation is increasing in complexity.They fear eventual disappearance of […]

A 16-year-old engineering apprentice, Awa Bless Chi, who fled the violent English-speaking Cameroon, finds home in Douala and explores his talent of building miniature bulldozers from recycled materials. His creativity is captivating, generating amusement in his fans and passerby who enjoy watching him ‘‘cruze’‘ in his bulldozer or a miniature tank made from recycled materials. […]

Italian oil company Eni, revealed on tuesday the discovery of a new light oil in Agola’s deep offshore. With this discovery, up to 250 million barrels of light oil with further upside is expected. The production is also estimated at 10,000 barrels of oil per day. According to the company, this operation is the fourth […]

Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika is in for a stern test at next week’s elections, challenged by a field of candidates including his deputy – a onetime ally turned rival – and a former pastor who accuses him of corruption. Former law professor Mutharika, 78, is trying to secure a second five-year presidential term on Tuesday, […]

Drought has left nearly two million Somalis in desperate need of food, a humanitarian agency warned Monday, as poor rainfall pushes communities to the brink across East Africa. The Norwegian Refugee Council said hundreds of thousands of children were already suffering malnutrition in Somalia and millions had abandoned their homes in search of food in […]

Separatist fighters in Angola’s oil region of Cabinda, have accused President Joao Lourenço of pursuing the repressive policy of his predecessor José Eduardo dos Santos. Long-time activist for the cause to free Cabinda, Jeovanny, Ventura is indicted the regime of persecution. “What the Angolan state is doing to us is persecution. The authorities treat us […]

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa followed up his election pledge to tackle corruption by appointing a veteran lawyer to lead a newly formed anti-graft unit, his office said on Friday. Ramaphosa has promised to root out corruption, cited by ratings agencies and investors as a major obstacle to economic reforms needed to turn around growth, […]

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s pledge to revive Zimbabwe’s economy is being threatened by the worst power cuts the country has experienced in three years. The power cuts that last up to 10 hours daily in some areas are threatening mining output in one of the world’s biggest platinum and gold producers. The sector, which generated most […]

Concerned about a rise in violence against Christians in Burkina Faso, Pastor Jacques Ouedraogo changed the time of his Sunday service as a precaution. He believes this is what saved his life. Later, his church was one of two targeted by gunmen on May 12 in the town of Dablo in a series of deadly […]


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