Ghana: High Court orders striking teachers back to class

Ghana: High Court orders striking teachers back to class

An Accra High Court has ordered the striking teacher unions to discontinue their strike action. The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) and the Coalition of Concerned Teachers have also been ordered by the...

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US targets ADF members for sanction

US targets ADF members for sanction

US targets ADF members for sanction Five members of the Ugandan rebellion of the ADF are targeted by US sanctions, including the leader of the movement, Musa Baluku. The United States announced on December 10, 2019, new sanctions against 18 individuals accused of...

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Cameroon: Government shuts down hundreds of schools.

Cameroon: Government shuts down hundreds of schools.

The Cameroon government has shut down more than 260 schools that had been operating informally in the country’s francophone regions. The schools had been opened to help absorb students fleeing the separatist uprising in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions. I travelled...

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2022 World Cup: Samuel Eto’o in a campaign tour in Africa.

2022 World Cup: Samuel Eto’o in a campaign tour in Africa.

2022 World Cup: Samuel Eto'o in a campaign tour in Africa. Designated as ambassador of the 2022 Qatar world football game, Samuel Éto'o Fils started for some time, an African tour and meeting different Heads of State to promote the upcoming event. Ambassador of the...

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Who is Nady Bamba, Laurent Gbagbo’s second wife?

Who is Nady Bamba, Laurent Gbagbo’s second wife?

Who is Nady Bamba, Laurent Gbagbo's second wife? Nady Bamba, in her forties, is a former journalist and mother of a child, Al Raïs Gbagbo. She was formerly Africa Radio No. 1 Correspondent and founder of the Cyclone Communications Group. A practicing Muslim, and the...

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TODAY: December 10, 2004, Senegal abolishes the death penalty.

TODAY: December 10, 2004, Senegal abolishes the death penalty.

TODAY: December 10, 2004, Senegal abolishes the death penalty. Established in the 1960s, the death penalty became an integral part of the penal code for decades. It remained so though it was to be applied twice during its existence. The provision of the penal code was...

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Cameroon: 451 lists selected for the 2020 Twin elections.

Cameroon: 451 lists selected for the 2020 Twin elections.

Cameroon: 451 lists selected for the 2020 Twin elections. Elections Cameroon, the organ in charge of the organization of the elections, published the various lists on Monday December 9, 2019. We are now focused on the political parties that will take part in the...

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Red Cross confirmed 16 dead in Uganda floods

Red Cross confirmed 16 dead in Uganda floods

Red Cross confirmed 16 dead in Uganda floods. Torrential rain falls in Uganda has left over 16 persons dead with some homes washed away with a good number of road blocked and or destroyed. A phenomenon which has been linked with the unusual weather phenomenon in the...

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Andy Ruiz Jr wants a third fight against Anthony Joshua.

Andy Ruiz Jr wants a third fight against Anthony Joshua.

Andy Ruiz Jr wants a third fight against Anthony Joshua The Mexican-American made it clear in a post match reaction that he will love to have another crack at the British after the hotly contested battle he had with him in Saudi Arabia this weekend. In response Joshua...

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Miss South Africa crowned Miss Universe 2019

Miss South Africa crowned Miss Universe 2019

Who won miss universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi, a 26-year-old black woman, finished in front of the rival of Puerto Rico and Mexico. Zozibini Tunzi, Miss South Africa, was crowned Miss Universe 2019 Sunday night December 8, 2019 in Atlanta (USA), after a ceremony where...

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5 people kidnapped and found slaughtered by Boko Haram.

5 people kidnapped and found slaughtered by Boko Haram.

Cameroon - Far North Region: 5 people kidnapped and found slaughtered by Boko Haram. Villagers were kidnapped by suspected Boko Haram jihadists in the far north region of Cameroon last Friday December 6, 2019 in Tolkomari in Kolofata municipality. On Saturday evening,...

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Cameroon: Mother and daughter aborts 8 months old pregnancy.

Cameroon: Mother and daughter aborts 8 months old pregnancy.

A twenty year old girl is said to have aborted an eight month old pregnancy with the help of her mother. The pregnant girl whose name we got as Oteh Bridget left Bafoussam where she has been leaving to meet the mother in Kotto Nacthigal, in the Mbanga Sub division,...

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Food insecurity hits crisis regions of Cameroon

Food insecurity hits crisis regions of Cameroon

Food insecurity in Cameroon affects 13 Divisions in the crisis zones of the North West, Southwest and Far North Regions.In total, 1368,000 people are nutritionally insecured. These are the results of an statistics that took place in October. They were introduced by...

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Supreme Court keeps federal executions on hold

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Friday blocked the Trump administration from restarting federal executions next week after a 16-year break. The justices denied the administration’s plea to undo a lower court ruling in favor of inmates who have been given...

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Senator Orji Uzor Kalu convicted for fraud

Senator Orji Uzor Kalu convicted for fraud

  A top member of Buhari's party has been sentenced to 12 years in prison after he was found guilty of 39 charges of fraud which is said to amount to over $19.6 million. Senator Orji Uzor Kalu is a chief whip in the federal parliament's upper house and a former...

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57 migrants dead off the coast of Mauritania

57 migrants dead off the coast of Mauritania

  Mauritanian authorities have confirmed that 57 people have died after a vessel carrying migrants sank off its coast this Wednesday with over 150 persons on board after it left the Gambia a few hours into its journey. The U.N Agency said that over 83 people...

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John Dumelo: “Ghana must legalize polygamy”

John Dumelo: “Ghana must legalize polygamy”

The Ghanaian actor and politician said polygamy should be legalized in Ghana because most men have mistresses. The actor, while calling for the abolition of the Ghanaian Marriage and Polygamy law, explained that most married men have women with whom they have a...

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Ernest Obama, Vision 4 journalist has been fired.

Ernest Obama, Vision 4 journalist has been fired.

Report says Ernest Obama, journalist with Vision 4 Television in Yaounde has been fired off his duty. He was suspended some months ago after involving in a financial scandal. During his suspension, investigations to his financial scandal were ongoing. Ernest Obama was...

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Top Nigerian senator guilty of stealing $19.6m

Top Nigerian senator guilty of stealing $19.6m Prominent Nigerian senator Orji Uzor Kalu has been sentenced to 12 years in prison after being found guilty of 39 fraud charges amounting to $19.6m (£14.9m). Kalu is a member of President Muhammadu Buhari's All...

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Nigeria: Pirates attack and hijack a fully loaded supertanker.

Nigeria: Pirates attack and hijack a fully loaded supertanker.

A group of pirates have kidnapped 19 sailors after waylaying then boarding a supertanker loaded with oil, according to reports. Among the 19 crews are 18 Indians and one Turk were  on board a large crude carrier. They were abducted 66 nautical miles, south of Bonny...

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Robert Mugabe left behind $10 million without a will.

Robert Mugabe left behind $10 million without a will.

Robert Mugabe's daughter disclosed to the country's High Court the assets of her father after the family could not locate his will. The former president of Zimbabwe of late, Robert Mugabe left behind $10 million and a number of properties but no will naming his...

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A Cameroonian expelled from Ivory Coast for criticizing France

A Cameroonian expelled from Ivory Coast for criticizing France

A Swiss-Cameroonian activist Nathalie Yamb, of the Ivorian opposition party "Lider", has been from expelled on Monday 2nd December from Ivory Coast, a few weeks after her intervention against the "Françe afrique" in Sochi during the Russia-African summit. According to...

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Ballon d’Or 2019: Sadio Mané reacts to his 4th place.

Ballon d’Or 2019: Sadio Mané reacts to his 4th place.

Fourth in the ranking of the Ballon d'Or France Football 2019 but absent from the ceremony on Monday, Sadio Mané had took time to leave a video message. Lionel Messi became, on Monday December 2nd 2019, the first player to win the Ballon d'Or for the 6th time, just 32...

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France paid  tribute to 13 soldiers killed in Mali

France paid tribute to 13 soldiers killed in Mali

Emmanuel Macron has paid national tribute to 13 soldiers killed in Mali in a helicopter accident while fighting jihadist insurgents, sparking debate over the country’s mission in western Africa. A national tribute to the 13 soldiers killed during an operation in Mali...

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Nigerian sex traffickers jailed in France

Nigerian sex traffickers jailed in France

A French court sentenced 24 members of a Lyon-based sex trafficking ring to prison terms of up to seven years for forcing Nigerian women into prostitution. Nearly all of the defendants were themselves Nigerian, in the latest case to highlight the growing use of...

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Barrister Akere Muna condemned attack on Camair Co aircraft

Barrister Akere Muna condemned attack on Camair Co aircraft

One of Cameroon most famous lawyer and leader of the Now Movement, Barrister Akere Muna  has condemned the act of the Ambazonian fighters on Camair Co aircraft MA60 and termed in an act of international terrorism. In a tweet yesterday, his reactions condemns the act...

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Cameroon: Lions set to roar against Cape Verde

Cameroon: Lions set to roar against Cape Verde

Cameroon plays Cape Verde this Wednesday in Yaounde at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in a 2021 African Cup of Nations qualifier. Ahead of this all-important clash, the head trainer of the indomitable lions Antonio Conceicao and captain Eric Maxim moving have reassured...

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Cameroon: ART announces the imminent arrival of 5G

Cameroon: ART announces the imminent arrival of 5G

According to the Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ART), the outlook for this year is notably the setting up of foresight frameworks to prepare for the arrival and deployment of 5G. Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ART), does not specify when the arrival of...

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Cameroon: municipal and legislative elections set for 2020

Cameroon: municipal and legislative elections set for 2020

Elections Cameroon Officials alongside the ministry of territorial administration is meeting to talk on means of ensuring a successful organization of the February 29 municipal and legislative elections given the security situation that reigns within the country....

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Namibia’s President Hage Geingob wins re-election

Namibia’s President Hage Geingob wins re-election

President Hage Geingob got 56.3% in Wednesday's election, well ahead of his nearest rival Panduleni Itula with 29.4%. He went on social media to thank Namibians for returning him to office, promising to bring tan Namibia's President Hage Geingob has been re-elected...

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Kenya refuses to overturn ban on gay sex.

Kenya refuses to overturn ban on gay sex.

Kenya's High Court has blocked an attempt to overturn a law banning gay sex, in a significant set back for LGBT+ rights across Africa. Judges claimed repealing British colonial-era laws would open the door to same sex marriage in a country and continent that continues...

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Benin asks the EU Ambassador to leave the country

Benin asks the EU Ambassador to leave the country

The Beninese government has given until December 1 to the ambassador of the European Union Mission to leave the territory, accusing him of interference in domestic affairs, revealed on Wednesday to several diplomatic sources. "He (Oliver Nette) fits far too much into...

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London Bridge:  A man shot to dead by police

London Bridge: A man shot to dead by police

London Bridge stabbing attack declared 'terrorist incident'; suspect shot dead A man was shot dead today in London by the London Metropolitan police in a precaution to respond to the London bridge incident. The police commissioner in a press conference explained and...

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The United States comes to the aid of over 200 Malawians

The United States comes to the aid of over 200 Malawians

The sum of US$4.5 million has been offered by the United States to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to help support 217,000 people faced with severe hunger in Malawi. The funds, provided by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), will...

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EU ambassador to Benin sent away by President

EU ambassador to Benin sent away by President

A communiqué from the president of Benin's office has ordered the immediate departure of the European Union’s ambassador to the country citing political interference. Oliver Nette is described as “harmful,” by the head of states communiqué while adding that the West...

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Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi says he will resign

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi says he will resign

Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi will resign after nearly two months of anti-government protests, according to a statement from his office. People set off fireworks as they celebrated his resignation in Baghdad's Tahrir Square, after...

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