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Monrovia — It was in the French capital that George Manneh Weah shone and went on to conquer the world of football, but his return to Paris on Tuesday, February 20, as President of Liberia is a diplomatic move that looks to deepen Liberia’s ties with the European economic powerhouse. “We realize that we will […]

Bolgatanga — Teachers will no longer be allowed to use their mobile phones during lesson hours, the Upper East Regional Director of Education, Ms Patricia Ayikor, has warned According to her, the directive coming from the Ghana Education Service was as a result of the way and manner many teachers are often seen glued to […]

Ethiopia’s foreign affairs ministers has defended the recently declared state of emergency to diplomats in the capital Addis Ababa, even as many Ethiopians continued to organise defiance strikes. Dr Workneh Gebeyehu told diplomats the move was necessary to restore calm in the country following months of violent protests which, he said, had threatened the country’s […]

Foreign companies intending to invest in Zimbabwe must avoid political engagements or commentary as State security agents “will employ heavy-handed methods on them”, an international business company has said. A number of foreign investors have visited Zimbabwe with the intention of seeking new opportunities following Emmerson Mnangagwa takeover as president last year. The new president […]

World Social Justice Day is this year marked by the theme: “Workers on the move: the quest for social justice”. Social justice underlies peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. To uphold the principles of social justice, the rights of migrants, among others, should be respected and advanced to promote human dignity, as well as personal […]

Talks are underway in Togo to resolve a political crisis pitting President Faure Gnassingbe against the opposition. But the two sides have differing aims making it difficult to reach a lasting solution. Some progress seems to have been made in the talks taking place in the capital, Lome. On Monday the government agreed to release […]

Zimbabwe’s government has announced that it has reviewed the country’s visa requirements to elevate 29 Category C countries to category B level which allows visas on arrival. The new travel regime allows visas on arrival for SADC members and several international countries. Zimbabwe is seeking to improve travel and unlock its tourism potential by providing […]

The Togolese government and opposition finally decided to convene on Monday for a last resort at dialogue. Discussions supposed to resolve the political crisis that has been going on for six months. Since the advent of multiparty politics in the early 1990s, some 15 dialogues and talks have been held in Lomé, without ever leading […]

The uncertainty over the fate of Jacob Zuma’s presidency has caused the South African parliament to postpone the State of the Nation Address that was scheduled to be delivered on Thursday. The parliamentary speaker Baleka Mbete told reporters that a new date will be announced and that the event had been postponed for political reasons. […]

The United States has expressed worry over the recent upsurge of deadly attacks on security agents and civilians in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region. The U.S. in a February 5, 2018 statement from the Department of State said it condemned the ongoing violence that has killed two gendarmes, a soldier and worker of the elections body, ELECAM. […]

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