In this episode of the Business Chronique, jean-David Mihale explores the need for African states to have a common vision against tax have
The issue of French complicity in events leading to the 1994 Rwandan genocide has come up again after a U.S. law firm released a report to that effect. The report was commissioned by the Rwandan gover
A simmering security crisis has also hit some university campuses across the country leading to the closure of some facilities. The government has yet to comment on the particular situation.
Togo's main opposition coalition boycotts government consultations for talks on ending political impasse in the country after more than three months of protests against President Faure Gnassingbe
Their chairman, Donald Tusk, proposed creating a new financing tool in the bloc’s next multi-year budget from 2021 to “stem illegal migration”, replacing the ad hoc calls for money that EU state
Tanzania where president John Pombe Magufuli is under fire for pardoning persons convicted of raping school girls. While addressing hundreds of people at the country's 56'th independence anniversary o
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi has sacked four ministers, including those with the foreign affairs and energy portfolios, his office said in a statement late on Tuesday.
The State Department said the latest move which took effect Tuesday December 12, 2017; was because Banjul had taken steps to accept citizens deported from the U.S.
This article looks at the African country that dominated the list – Nigeria. Africa's most populous country produced a little over a fifth of the listed personalities.
Undoubtedly two political tales that were least expected but which happened. The Gambia continues to celebrate Jammeh's ouster and Zimbabweans hope for better democratic and economic times post-Mugabe
Zimbabwe’s political parties want to give voters another two months to sign up for next year’s election after political turmoil disrupted the registration process, an opposition official said.
The United States Africa Command has confirmed conducting an airstrike against an Al-Shabaab vehicle borne improvised explosive device in the early morning hours of Dec 12.
The World Health Organization, WHO says the Cholera outbreak that has killed 15 people and made 547 sick in Lusaka is expected to grow further as the rainy season starts.
The World Health Organisation, WHO, has warned that Sao Tome and Principe risks losing the gains made against malaria if funding for government campaigns against the disease is compromised.
Kenyans on social media have mocked Uhuru Kenyatta's government over the country's independence day celebrations that were poorly attended in the capital Nairobi.
Global Partnership for Education’s (GPE) has agreed on key reforms to further strengthen GPE for future growth, and approved more than US$100 million for education in developing countries.
Liberia’s electoral commission chief Jerome Korkoya has announced the date of a presidential run-off poll for December 26 this year.
The death toll from inter-clan fighting in South Sudan’s Great Lakes region last week has reached at least 170, officials said on Tuesday.
A popular news portal, Addis Standard, said access to regular internet was impossible in the affected areas which included the capital, Addis Ababa.
Where is the position of children as audience to some of the world’s smart technological devices? We find out on the grand angle when we talk about Children, as the target choice for tech giants.
Group of 50 world leaders gather in Paris this week for an invitation-only climate change summit hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron. The One planet summit comes Less than one year since US pre
Locals told the Addis Standard portal that a notorious paramilitary force – the Liyu Police – were to blame for the death of the individual, for which reason they staged the protest.