Zambia's President Michael Sata, 77, flies abroad for a medical check-up amid persistent speculation that he is seriously ill.
[Namibian]Rundu -The construction of the controversial floating bridge by the Angolan government over the shared Okavango River will go ahead as planned.
[SAnews.gov.za]Pretoria - Southern African Development Community (SADC) Facilitator and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will return to Lesotho today to continue with regional facilitation efforts to help that country return to political and security normalcy.
[African Arguments]Mogadishu -Mohamed Abdi Warsame's hand shakes as he places it on my knee. "Some say my brother was killed over a woman," he says. "That's not true. He was killed for the sake of the truth."
[Daily Independent]Abuja -Team Leader, Oil Palm Value Chain, in the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dickson Okolo, has said that Nigeria spends about $500 million in foreign exchange to import vegetable products yearly.
[Swazi Media]Bheki Makhubu, the Swaziland editor jailed for two years for publishing articles critical of judges has won the Press Freedom Award at the CNN / Multichoice journalism awards.
[Foroyaa]First of its kind in the Gambia, a multi-million dollar Shopping Mall with a capacity of about 108 stalls and a mosque and other facilities, is being built at the former Tipper garage in Serekunda.
[Foroyaa]GRADE 1 CLEANERS - 11,938 DALASI PER ANNUM - 995 DALASI PER MONTH
[Foroyaa]The handing over ceremony of the Justice building was held on Wednesday 15th October 2014, at the Ministry of Justice, Marena Parade in Banjul, presided over by Balla Garba Jahumpa, Minster of Foreign Affairs on behalf of the President of the Republic.
[Daily News]Dodoma -THE proposed constitution has taken aboard interests of Tanzanians from all walks of life and the opposition is wasting its time trying to sensitise the public to reject the document.
[PR Newswire]Berlin -Transparency International today proudly announces that Thuli Madonsela of South Africa has been selected as the winner of the anti-corruption group's Integrity Award for 2014.
[Daily News]Arusha -TANZANIA along with the four other member states of the East African Community (EAC), Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi has approved the EAC Regional Ebola Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan of Action in which 750,000 US dollars is to be mobilised.
[Sabahi]Kenya and Somalia are in discussions to have Somali pirates held in Kenyan prisons transferred to serve their time in Somalia, officials told Sabahi Friday (October 17th).
Provides an overview of Sao Tome and Principe, including key events and facts about this oil-rich island nation - one of Africa's smallest states.
Algeria: Colloquium in Algiers On Wake of Technology, Pedagogical E-Innovation in Continuing Training
[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -A colloquium on the theme of "the wake of technology and the pedagogical e-innovation in continuing training" opened Saturday in Algiers in the presence of national and international experts.
[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -The U.S. Centers for Disease Control with remain in Liberia long after the end of the deadly Ebola virus runs its course in Liberia, according to the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia, Deborah Malac.
[UN News]Africa's continued progress on growth and development targets will hinge on concerted efforts - from partnerships inside and outside the continent - to enhance infrastructure, a vital area that will facilitate diversification of African economies and unleash their full productive capacity, the President of the United Nations General Assembly said today.
[UN News]Survivors of Ebola who have developed immunity to the virus are being trained to care for children in Liberia and Sierra Leone, a United Nations official today announced.
[allAfrica]Only when the Chibok girls abducted by Boko Haram militants six month ago actually emerge from confinement can the world believe that the deal reportedly negotiated with the Nigerian government is working.
Suspected militant Islamists slaughter people in three villages in northern Nigeria, despite the government announcing a truce agreement, residents say.