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Rival militants ISWAP said in an audio recording…

The militant group of Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) said in an audio recording heard by Reuters on Sunday that Abubakar Shekau, leader of rival Nigerian militant Islamist group Boko Haram, was dead. A…

An attack on a village in Northern Burkina…

Roughly over 135 people have been killed by armed men that were linked to Alqaeda and ISIL. Despite no group has claimed responsibility so far. Government spokesman,  Ousseni Tamboura told the reporters that seven children…

The World Bank pauses their payments to Mali…

Talking about uncertain political and economical force, Mali in Africa tops the list. This year in May, the Malian Army led by Vice President Assimi Goita captured President Bah N'daw, Prime Minister Moctar Ouane and…

Third COVID-19 wave looms on Africa amid severe…

WHO has raised alarming concerns over surgingcases of COVID-19 cases across African nations Africa is witnessing a sharp surge in Covid-19 infections amid an acute shortage of vaccine doses and necessary medical supplies. On Thursday,…

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Brahim Ghali reaches Algeria after flying from Spain

Brahim Ghali, the leader of a movement fighting for independence from Morocco, found himself at the center of a diplomatic row as he flew out of Spain to Algeria.  He arrived in Algeria post-midnight after…

South African Dream Of Vessel Power Plants Hits…

South Africa continues to suffer from the misplaced image. Despite it trying hard to get its supply of electricity, its plans have reached a dead-end with suppliers now worried whether there is proper infrastructure in…

BBC investigation leads to prime media group owners…

When it comes to policing and justice, even journalists are not spared. As it has been recently discovered that the editor of Daily Monitor, Uganda's biggest newspapers has been summoned for questioning by police after…

Will the widening of the Suez Canal is…

As it is rightly said that best lessons are learnt from a big mistake, similarly here in the case of the Suez Canal blockade, the business leaders and officials are taking big learning from the…

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South Africa’s job crises spikes as locals seek…

As South Africa’s economy recovers from COVID-19’s detrimental impacts, high unemployment rates are being felt by the country’s municipalities all across. As per the South African Local Government Association, job losses directly are being blamed…

How polls can help in Somaliland elections

Africa is swinging in a state of hope. People of Somaliland are expecting to see a boost in their chances of being internationally recognized as an independent state. Mary Harper, who is an analyst at…

Qatar gave $500 million to Gaza under the…

Hamas thanks Qatar for military support of $500 million to Gaza. Qatar is accused of strengthening the Hamas group in their increasing terrorist activities. After 11 days of fighting, Israeli air attacks and artillery fire…

Uganda’s fintech are way for a mobile crypto…

East Africa’s Uganda is rapidly emerging as a fintech hub. Millions of customers across the continent view the emerging facility as a great “convenience”. Consumers are cashing in on great access to financial technology offered…