Latest in Tag: africa Highlight
Latest in Tag: africa
There is state of prosperity in ICT sectors of many African countries, within framework of achieving digital inclusion in continent
African leaders praise role played by Egypt’s President Al-Sisi to advance development, peace in continent
Banks remain closed, except in Mekelle, capital city of Tigray. The conflict disrupted the ability of humanitarian organizations to provide services
Although the COVID-19 pandemic “has totally changed the working methods of the AU, it has not diverted the attention of the African Union from the continent’s priority issues,” Mahamat said during the 38th Ordinary Session of the AU Executive Council
International partners called on Somali leaders to compromise to ensure credible parliamentary and presidential elections in February.
The COVID-19 vaccine shipment is produced by the Serum Institute of India, said South Africa’s health department on Wednesday.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) signed, on Wednesday, a joint partnership action plan highlighting their strengthened cooperation and mutual development priorities. The partnership also aims to showcase a strong shared emphasis on boosting public and private sector investment in Africa. The Joint Action Plan enables both institutions to grow …
African growth critical, has direct benefit both to continent and UK, said James Duddridge
UK hosts its first investment summit as independent trading nation following Brexit
Group increases financing to €77bn to combat COVID-19, climate crisis in 2020
Egypt is one of first countries to sign AfCFTA agreement, says Wamkele Mene
Bank’s presence in Africa could enhance Egypt’s trade, industrial, and investment cooperation with other countries in continent
Ethiopia has warned Sudan it was “running out of patience with its neighbour’s continued military build-up in a disputed border area.”
Nigeria’s army also recovered a gun truck, many weapons and a large quantity of ammunition during the gunfight, military spokesperson Benard Onyeuko said.
Sudan insists on mandating experts designated by AU to propose solutions, agreement over Nile dam. Both Egypt and Ethiopia rejected the Sudanese proposal.
South Africa currently has the most coronavirus cases in the African continent with 1,170,590, followed by Morocco with 448,678 infections
Separatists have been clashing with government forces since 2017 in a bid to create an independent nation in Cameroon two English-speaking regions
Egypt’s President stressed the special status Ghana enjoys with the Egyptian people, pointing to Egypt’s keenness to strengthen Egyptian-Ghanaian relations
Khartoum insists on its steadfast stance to give a greater role to the AU experts to facilitate GERD negotiations and bring views together
They also agreed that the new round of GERD talks will be held in the presence of observers and experts appointed by the African Union Commission.
Kandesha dam in in central Zambia collapsed due to heavy rains and severe flooding resulting in damaged property and displacement of people
The president added all forms of public events and gatherings including political and roadside gatherings, shall remain suspended for the next 60 days.
At least 70 civilians were killed and 20 others wounded on Saturday by attackers in villages of Tchombangou and Zaroumdareye in Tillabery region in Niger
A counterterrorism unit launched an operation to track down a group of terrorists in mountains of Tipaza province, 65 km west of Algiers, capital of Algeria
African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) will help the continent import and export easily, despite its commencement facing some challenges
Since last week, the Ugandan rebels of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) have carried out several attacks in Beni, North Kivu province, in east DR Congo
Sudan Sovereign Council Chairperson Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan says country keen to address the issue of violations by Ethiopian farmers on Sudanese lands
Boko Haram group has been trying to establish an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria since 2009. The group also extended attacks to Lake Chad Basin
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry Spokersperson Ahmed Hafez said statements made by Ethiopian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson on Egypt were “flagrant transgression.”
Central African Republic opposition cited low voter turnout in provinces under threat from armed rebels and electoral irregularities linked to insecurity