PDA

View Full Version : Afrikan News RSS Feed



Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 [28] 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207

  1. AMA to float $50m Bills for maize purchase
  2. Zhakata still to cross promised bridge
  3. Delta revenue falls 11 percent in Q1
  4. Chunga outshines mentor
  5. Zimbabwe: Kereke Loses Bikita West Seat
  6. Malawi: Stop Using Me As a Shield, Bushiri Tells President Mutharika
  7. Mozambique: Mozambique Poaching Enriching North Korea's Leadership
  8. Africa: Is It All Over Between Namibia and North Korea?
  9. Malawi: Oops: Madonna Captions Malawi Visit Images With Kenyan Flag
  10. Swaziland: Erasing a Judge's Grubby Fingerprints
  11. Zimbabwe: Concourt in Landmark Ruling On Life Imprisonment
  12. Mozambique: Mediators Expected in Maputo Amid Deepening Political, Economic Crisis
  13. Africa: ICC Refers Uganda, Djibouti for Failure to Arrest Bashir
  14. Africa: Mauritius and Comoros to Strengthen Ties
  15. East Africa: Former Burundi EAC Minister Hafsa Mossi Shot Dead
  16. Cameroon: Moves to Curb Forest Loss Linked to Chinese Investment
  17. Kenya: Large-Scale Rainwater Harvesting Eases Scarcity
  18. Tanzania: Solar Energy Firms Get Loans to Light Up Rural Tanzania
  19. Nigeria: Country Ranks 124 On Global Competitiveness Index - World Bank
  20. Nigeria: Saraki's Code of Conduct Trial Postponed
  21. Nigeria: Buhari Credits U.S., Jega With Making 2015 Elections a Success
  22. Cote d'Ivoire: Some Progress' in Fight Against Rape but More Must Be Done - UN
  23. Algeria: No Complementary Finance Act in 2016
  24. Egypt: Solar Impulse Two Lands in Egypt After Flying Over Pyramids
  25. Egypt: Industrial Production Value Drops By 2.9 Per Cent - State Statistics Agency
  26. Libya: Situation of Sudanese Nationals in Libya Discussed
  27. Israel Seeking ‘Friends’ In Africa For UN Votes
  28. Nigeria: Only JAMB Can Admit Students Into Universities - Ministry
  29. Nigeria: Police Arrest Alleged Abductors of Sierra Leonean Envoy
  30. Man Falsely ID’d As Dallas Shooter Says Cops Lied To Him
  31. Dallas Cops Used ISIS Tactics To Kill Micah Johnson
  32. Racists Call For The Murder Of Blacks After Fox Reporter Makes Hit Piece On Protester
  33. The 10 Most Well-Known Countries In Africa
  34. Massive Dangote Refinery To End Nigeria’s Fuel Shortage
  35. Countries Issue Travel Warnings Against The U.S. After String Of Police Murders
  36. Home is best
  37. TelOne to connect 50 000 homes
  38. Spare us the #din, please!
  39. Mutsvangwa faces Parly recall
  40. ‘Give us a piece of the $2bn cake’
  41. Editorial Comment: Shun fifth columnists like the plague
  42. Degrees, diplomas for Miss Tourism 2016 pageant
  43. Book urges mental shift in economic empowerment
  44. Zim negotiating funding programme
  45. Manyeruke now a happy man
  46. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Season of Rising Discontent
  47. Zimbabwe: #ThisFlag Movement Activist Mawarire Charged
  48. Zambia: Election Body Delays Printing of Presidential Ballots
  49. Africa: What Drought Responses Teach Us About Climate Change Hotspots
  50. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party MP Kereke Jailed for Raping Niece At Gun Point
  51. Malawi: Cholera Outbreak Hits Malawi
  52. Mozambique: Bankrupting Mozambique - From Poster Child to Cautionary Tale
  53. South Africa: Decolonisation Involves More Than Simply Turning Back the Clock
  54. Tanzania: No Hotel Meetings for Civil Servants, to Use Own Conference Rooms
  55. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Blocks Social Media Sites Over Exam Leak
  56. Rwanda: President Kagame Sacks Health Minister Over Corruption
  57. Sudan: Citizens in Juba Want Evacuation After Battle Subdued
  58. Uganda: Land Fraud On the Rise in Bunyoro
  59. Rwanda: Five New Envoys Present Credentials to President Kagame
  60. São Tomé and Príncipe: AU Election Observers to Monitor Polls
  61. Nigeria: Nigerian Universities Fail to Make List of World's Top 1,000
  62. Egypt: Interior Minister Meets German Counterpart
  63. Africa: Egypt Attends Africa Water Distinguishing Centers in Africa
  64. North Africa: Germany Values Egypt's Role in Consolidating Security, Stability in Reg
  65. Egypt: Foreign Minister's Visit to Israel Affirmed Egypt Constants On Palestinian Cau
  66. Sudan: President of the Republic Commends Sudanese Moroccan Relations
  67. Nigeria: Sex Scandal - House Summons U.S. Ambassador, James Entwistle
  68. Zimbabwe: Zim Burns - Eyes On Khama
  69. Nigeria: #PanamaPapers: Nigerian Lawyers Who Acted As Intermediaries for Mossack Fons
  70. Artistes ready for UK Summer Splash
  71. Thirteen firms liquidated, 1 000 retrenched: RBZ
  72. Bakhressa completes $20m BRI investment
  73. Chibuku Neshamwari goes to final
  74. Confusion rocks Zim Radio Awards
  75. CourierConnect in maiden profit
  76. Zim journalist shot in Lesotho
  77. President Mugabe consoles Mutaisi family
  78. Govt allays July salary fears
  79. East Africa: RwandAir Suspends Flights to Juba
  80. President sues Zimplats over 28 000ha idle land
  81. Zimbabwe: Four Million Need Food Aid
  82. Zimbabwe: Practise What You Preach, Govt Tells U.S., France
  83. Zimbabwe: Import Restrictions Temporary - Vice President
  84. Namibia: Fire Destroys 25 Shacks
  85. South Africa: Can the Public Broadcaster Be Saved From Itself?
  86. Lesotho: Newspaper Editor Shot By Unknown Assailants
  87. East Africa: African Leaders to Prioritise South Sudan in Kigali Talks
  88. Sudan: 'No Oppression Against Women' Active in Khartoum
  89. Kenya: Clampdown On Civil Society Is Against Nation's Self-Interest
  90. Nigeria: Dangote Seeks Aid to Combat Hunger in Refugee Camps
  91. South Sudan: A Walk On the Brink of Disaster
  92. Nigeria: Court Adjourns Forgery Case Against Saraki, Ekweremadu
  93. Nigeria: Wanted Boko Haram Chieftain, Five Others Arrested in Lagos
  94. Nigeria: Troops Recapture Many Towns, Villages
  95. Ghana: Parliament Passes Law to Control Hazardous & E-Waste
  96. Egypt: Man's Life At Risk Following Violent Arrest and Denial of Medical Care in Dete
  97. Egypt: Sisi Urges Reforming Public Sector
  98. Cameroon: King Mohammed VI Sends Envoy to President Biya
  99. Egypt: Court Sentences Pro-Mursi Chief Editor to 3 Years in Prison
  100. Western Sahara: Newly Elected Sahrawi Leader Sworn In
  101. Tanzania: Ngorongoro Footprints' Find Officially Endorsed As Early Man Pointer
  102. Zimbabwe: Govt Yet to Respond to Maternity Leave Case
  103. Kenya: JSC to Kick Off Interviews for Top Judiciary Posts
  104. Africa: Kagame, Zuma Receive Continental Gender Award
  105. Kenya: Modi's Visit Re-Energises Debate On Generic Drugs
  106. Tanzania: Dar, Delhi Sign Five Multi-Million Upscale Pacts
  107. Nigeria: Niger Delta Elders Want Review of Amnesty Office Leadership
  108. Nigeria: Ese Oruru - Yunusa Finally Released On Bail
  109. Nigeria: Govt Urged to End Crises in Oil and Gas Industry
  110. Nigeria: What I Will Never Forget About Nigeria - U.S. Ambassador
  111. Egypt: Egypt Extends Assistance to DR Congo
  112. Egypt: Presidential Decrees Pardoning Prisoners On Eidul Fitr, July Revolution Annive
  113. Egypt: Egypt FM Heads for Israel Today for Mideast Peace Talks
  114. Egypt: Egypt Participates for 1st Time in G20 Trade Ministers Meeting in Shanghai
  115. Egypt: Sisi Stresses Importance of Social Housing Projects
  116. Nigeria: Troops Repel Fresh Boko Haram Attack in Borno
  117. Corruption an indictment on our collective conscience
  118. Import restrictions temporary, says VP
  119. Govt yet to respond to maternity leave case
  120. Editorial Comment: Useless stayaway driven by fear
  121. Lock rallies Davis Cup team
  122. 5 on the trot for DeMbare
  123. Zambezi Magic calls for African creativity
  124. ZPF Masvingo rally flops
  125. Remain united, Zanu-PF tells party members
  126. Zimbabwe: #shutdown Zim Leader Abduction Plot Foiled
  127. Social media abuse: Rebels told to Stop It!
  128. Zimbabwe: Anger, Fear Grip Harare Protest Hotspots
  129. South Africa: SA Field Athletes Fine-Tune in Europe
  130. Zambia: Election Campaigns Suspended in Lusaka
  131. Angola: Over 60,000 Firearms Destroyed
  132. Africa: Teenage Mutant Azanians Using Social Media, Internet Radio and Crowdfunding
  133. South Africa: Opposition - Smart Alliances Needed to Turbo-Charge the Second Coming
  134. Kenya: Treasured Herbal Medicines Not Safe As Study Exposes Killer Germs
  135. Botswana: Lawmakers Debate Whistleblowing Bill
  136. Somalia: Hundreds Flee Somali Town to Escape Violence
  137. South Sudan: Gunfire Erupts Again in Juba
  138. Tanzania: Public Advised to Assist People With Albinism
  139. Nigeria: For a Brighter Economic Future, Empower Women to Trade
  140. South Sudan: Nation Stares Down the Barrel of Another Civil War
  141. Nigeria: MTN, Other Telecom Operators Worry Over Govt's Delayed Report
  142. Ghana: Airport Union Workers On Strike, More Flights to Be Suspended
  143. Nigeria: Hundreds Mourn Nigerian Killed in Italy Attack
  144. Nigeria: Former Minister Dies
  145. Nigeria: Le Guen Battles Saintfiet, Yusuf for Eagles' Job
  146. Nigeria: Former Minister of Mines Monguno Dies at 90
  147. Nigeria: Peter Okoye Ignites Fresh P-Square Drama, Threatens to Sue Brother
  148. Nigeria: Abia - Judge Declines to Stay Execution, Tells Parties to Take Case to A'cou
  149. Madagascar: Malagasy Children Bear Brunt of Severe Drought
  150. Ethiopia: Research Centres Improving the Lives of Farmers
  151. Kenya: How Executive Legitimises Extrajudicial Killings By the Police
  152. East Africa: Regional Baseball, Softball Body Launched
  153. South Sudan: Why Elections May Be the Only Answer
  154. Malawi: 'Grand Corruption' Report Reveals 'Big Rigging' Scheme
  155. Zimbabwe: Dozens of Protesters Freed on Bail
  156. Zimbabwe: Suspended Prosecutor General Arrested
  157. Angola: Justice Ministry to Boost Courts of Appeal
  158. Malawi: Potable Water Crucial to Reducing Waterborne Diseases
  159. Malawi: Forest Clerk Netted for Defiling 13 Year Old Girl
  160. Malawi: George Kalukusha in Concert, Working On New EP
  161. Botswana: Khama Opens Ghanzi Show
  162. Morocco: What a Crater Shows About Rare Double Whammy From Skies
  163. Algeria: About 50 Artists At 9th Festival of the Oran Song From 10 to 14 July
  164. Egypt: Egypt to Receive Wreckage Parts Possibly Belonging to Doomed Egyptair Flight F
  165. Algeria: Four Criminals Arrested in Ghardaia in Possession of Two Shotguns
  166. Mali: Study: Voters Don't Know What to Expect From Politicians
  167. Nigeria: Pan Africa Solar Signs Nigeria's First U.S.$146 Million Investment
  168. Nigeria: Theft of Human Parts At Kwara Cemeteries On the Rise
  169. Nigeria: MTN Announces the Appointment of First Nigerian Chief Financial Officer
  170. Nigeria: Actors, Producers Who Make Nollywood Interesting
  171. Tanzania: Newly Discovered Helium Gas 'Worth U.S$3.5 Billion'
  172. South Sudan: Five Killed As Kiir, Machar Camps Clash in Tense Juba
  173. East Africa: Building of Hoima-Tanzania Oil Pipeline Will Start in January
  174. Kenya: Relief for Firms As Penalties for Withholding Tax Halted
  175. Tanzania: Electorate to Vote From Any Point in Future
  176. South Africa: Leave for Surrogate Parents - No Time for Baby Steps
  177. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Sentence - You Might Not Like It, but It Is the Law
  178. Namibia: Genocide Descendants Want Referendum
  179. Zimbabwe: Maternity Leave Law Challenged
  180. Zimbabwe: Prosecutor-General Tomana Tribunal Given Three Months
  181. Africa: Are Rights On the Agenda for India's and South Africa's Leaders?
  182. Zimbabwe: Business Disturbed By Ruling Party Infighting
  183. South Africa: Public Protector to Probe Political Influence by Gupta Family
  184. Poor lloyd chitembwe, the one who will never be loved, the one cursed by fate never t
  185. Thank you Tendai
  186. Supermarkets in CBD dominance war
  187. Children: Paris fashion’s latest must-have accessory
  188. Adolescents substance use . . .
  189. 104 protesters freed on bail
  190. Zimbabwe: WhatsApp or Whatsfear?
  191. Famine threatens Boko Haram ravaged areas
  192. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Freedom of expression does not mean freedom to abuse
  193. No to price hikes: Govt
  194. Police Killings Not Black And Latino Problem; It’s An American Issue — Obama
  195. Texas Governor Directs Violent Threat At Obama And Black Protesters
  196. Dallas Police Ambush Reaches Bloody End
  197. More Black People Killed By Cops In 2015 Than Were Lynched In The Worst Year Of Jim C
  198. How Police Officers Are Murdering Black People And Getting Away With It
  199. Tanzania/Madagascar: Serengeti Boys to Camp in Madagascar for South Africa Clash
  200. Egypt: Govt Threatens Retaliation Over Italy Decision to Halt Aviation Supplies
  201. Angola/Egypt: Coach Sami Matias Confident of Under-20 Team Qualification
  202. Egypt: Sisi Issues 10 Pardons Since Taking Office in 2014
  203. Angola/Egypt: Under-20 Team Travel Friday to Cairo
  204. Egypt: Defense Minister Praises Servicemen's Sacrifices to Protect Egypt
  205. Nigeria: No Bank Is in 'Distress' - Central Bank
  206. Nigeria: Call for Farmers to Unite to Save Lands
  207. Africa: Cuba and Sierra Leone Reclaim Slave-Trade History
  208. Ghana: Stampede At Salah Jams Claims 9 Lives
  209. Ghana: Mahama Refuses to Face Load Shedding Reality
  210. Burundi: Back to Arusha and the Politics of Dialogue
  211. Rwanda: Genocide Ex-Mayors Jailed By France
  212. Uganda: Locals Accuse Tororo Phosphate Investors of Cheating Them
  213. Africa: Great Lakes Region Legislators Discuss Security
  214. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Takes Over Anti-Corruption Body
  215. Zimbabwe: South Africa Urged to Act On Zimbabwe Unrest
  216. South Africa: Online Dating Scam Cons Victims Out of U.S.$27 000
  217. Angola: National Oil Company's Debt Woes
  218. Namibia: Windhoek May Disconnect Water to 3 800 Homes
  219. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Child Exodus
  220. Zimbabwe: One More Sign of Zimbabwe's Decline
  221. Angola: Economist Defends Increased Domestic Production
  222. Zim eyes emergency funds injection from IMF
  223. Commissioner’s Funfair goes to Byo
  224. Reprieve for individual importers
  225. Dino unlucky in love
  226. Hepatitis outstrips Aids, TB as a killer — report
  227. What has changed?
  228. Tanzanian safari operators to charge extra
  229. Teachers, nurses call off job action• Move follows salary payments • Report for duty,
  230. Gumbura jailbreak case: State witness referred to Concourt
  231. Sadc AUC candidate meets President Mugabe
  232. African Migrants Returning From China With Horror Stories
  233. Raleigh Man Fires Gun At Deputy Gets Charged With Assault
  234. Alton Sterling—One More Black Man Murdered By White Cops
  235. Family Threatens To ‘Hunt Down’ Killer Cop Who Murdered Delrawn Small
  236. Police Execute Man In Front His 4-Year-Old-Girl, The Murder Streamed Live On Facebook
  237. Graphic Video Shows The Moment Alton Sterling Is Held Down And Executed
  238. Nigeria: Oil Workers Insist On Strike
  239. Kenya: World Understands Nation's 'Refugee Fatigue' – U.S.
  240. Uganda: 'Makerere University Bankrupt'
  241. Uganda: Uganda-Tanzania Pipeline Project Starts January 2017
  242. Libya: EU/NATO - Europe's Plan Endangers Foreigners in Libya
  243. Libya: Sudanese Force Arrests '300 Illegal Immigrants' Near Libya
  244. Nigeria: D'Banj Marries Didi Kilgrow Secretly
  245. Nigeria: Makarfi Extends Olive Branch to Sheriff
  246. Nigeria: Buhari to Militants - Nigeria's Unity Not Negotiable
  247. Nigeria: What Buhari's Govt Is Doing for Nigeria to Achieve SDGs - Aide
  248. Nigeria: Happy Sallah
  249. Uganda: Russian Firm Speaks Out on Failed Refinery Talks
  250. Uganda: Govt Rolls Out Compulsory Immunization to Dispel Vaccine Myths