Gunmen kidnap lecturers from Nigerian university of Abuja

Gunmen have kidnapped six people including four lecturers from the University of Abuja in Nigeria’s.

South Africa’s Zulu King Says Violence Brings ‘Great Shame’

South Africa’s Zulu king calls for ‘peace’, says violence has brought ‘great shame on all of us’

Nigeria foreign minister recovers from Covid-19

Nigeria’s foreign affairs minister, Geofrey Onyeama, has recovered from Covid-19 after three weeks in isolation..

Kenyan government spokesman Cyrus Oguna denies Covid-19 infection

Kenya’s government spokesperson has denied reports that he had been hospitalised for Covid-19. Cyrus Oguna,.

Pro-Poor Social Movement Launches in Zimbabwe

Harare-Expelled Zanu PF national youth political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has launched a social movement called.

WHO warns 250m Africans could catch coronavirus in one year

Scientists at the World Health Organization say nearly a quarter of a billion people in.

Zimbabwe civil servants to be paid ‘cushioning allowance’ amid economic crisis

The Zimbabwean government has said it was going to start (as of January 14, 2020).

Tanzania secures $272m for new airport

Tanzania in December 2019 secured a $272 million loan from the African Development Bank (AfDB).

Malawians ready to support Zimbabwe in anti-sanctions march

Malawian citizens residing in Zimbabwe are ready to support Zimbabwe in anti- sanctions demonstrations scheduled.

MDC MPs to lose their allowances

Harare-The Zimbabwean Government is contemplating withdrawal of allowances owed to MDC legislators who walked out.