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Botswana’s economy is expected to expand at a slower pace in 2019 compared with last year, Finance Minister Kenneth Matambo said on Monday. The Southern African Nation economic growth is expected to slow to 4.2 percent this year from 4.5 percent last year. In his 2019 budget to parliament; Matambo noted that the slower economic […]

Democratic Republic of Congo’s outgoing government on Monday defended decrees granting former ministers lifetime salaries and other benefits following strong criticism in a country where most of the population lives in poverty. It’s one of the poorest country in the world despite mineral wealth #DRC’s outgoing Govrt is defending decrees granting former ministers lifetime salaries & […]

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Sunday promised to bring development to rural areas as towns and villages across the country are shaken by anti-government protests. Speaking to hundreds of villagers in North Kordofan State, Bashir promised to provide clean water to rural areas across Sudan and also build a new hospital there. The Sudanese President’s […]

Senegalese voters head to the polls on February 24 to elect a president. The incumbent Macky Sall will be seeking a second mandate after he defeated the then-incumbent Abdoulaye Wade in 2012 to become the fifth president in the country’s history. The vote will be the 11th straight presidential election since Senegal gained independence from […]

After the recent opening of a bridge linking The Gambia and Senegal, two other African countries have started plans to do same. Over in Central Africa, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon have agreed a deal in principle to build a bridge over the Ntem River which separates the two countries. It will link Campo in Cameroon […]

President of the Democratic Republic of Congo is set to make his first foreign trips, the presidency has announced. He will conduct a days’ trip to Angola, Kenya and Congo Republic starting Monday, February 4. Felix Tshisekedi who took office on January 24 became the country’s fifth president taking over from Joseph Kabila. It was […]

A century after the tomb of Tutankhamun was discovered, revealing the mummified boy-king buried more than 3,000 years ago, it has re-opened, brighter and safer thanks to painstaking work to repair damage caused by dust, damp and visitors. I can’t wait to return to Egypt! https://t.co/Q9jCadFfFZ — Gayle Trotter (@gayletrotter) February 1, 2019 The intricate frescoes on […]

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa dismissed reports of a rift with his deputy, which have circulated since he promised action in response to a brutal security service crackdown that began last month while he was abroad. Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa denies rift with deputy: newspaper reports https://t.co/fRXop2UldE pic.twitter.com/rYV2KcAdBI — Open_Paper (@PaperOpen) February 1, 2019 Mnangagwa, in comments published on Friday by […]

Hamidou is a Malian asylum seekers who says his search for safety took two years as he made a perilous journey from his home Mali to southern Spain, where he now seeks asylum. Hamidou says he was just 20 years old when he was forced to flee violence and threats. His journey took him across […]

Senegal’s Football Federation (FSF) has officially extended coach Aliou Cissé and his staff until August 2021. FootballSenegal have extend National team manger Aliou Cissé’s contract until 2021. ?? pic.twitter.com/6FYsGi5maX — DiskiStyle (DiskiStyle) February 1, 2019 As anticipated for several weeks, the Senegalese Football Federation (FSF) on Thursday announced the extension of Aliou Cissé, who has been coach of […]


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