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Could this finally be the ‘zexit’ of Jacob Zuma?
Today, South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress, decided that it is time Jacob Zuma quits the presidency of the rainbow nation.
If we are truly winning the war against Boko Haram, why are we paying for hostages?
Last week, it was announced that the federal government had facilitated the release of two University lecturers kidnapped by Boko Haram.
South Africa welcomes a new president in the person of Cyril Ramaphosa.
Following Jacob Zuma’s resignation late Wednesday, his former deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa was elected South Africa’s new president in a parliamentary vote today, Thursday, 15 February 2018.
Brooking’s 2018 Foresight report points the way for African integration in 2018.
Last year, there were a lot of discussions on how Africa could leverage on its regional economic communities for more integration on the continent.
Lagos state to inaugurate first-ever tourism calendar.
Lagos state Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Mr Steve Ayorinde, has announced the state’s plan to inaugurate its first ever tourism calendar.
Over 200 Boko Haram suspects convicted in mass trials.
According to the justice ministry, about 205 people in Nigeria have been convicted in mass trials on charges related to their involvement with militant Islamist group Boko Haram.
WHO advocates for less unnecessary medical interventions during childbirth.
“At one end of the spectrum, they are offered too many medical interventions too soon. At the other, they get too little support too late – or none at all.
Nigeria could be a key Brexit ally, according to Commonwealth Business Chief.
Britain voted to exit the European Union in 2017, a decision that has now famously been termed “Brexit.” In recent times, a lot of questions have been raised regarding Britain’s new trade partners after its...
CPI proves President Buhari’s fight against corruption is all bark, no bite.
Nigeria ranked low for the second consecutive year in the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) compiled by the global anti-corruption watchdog, Transparency International (TI).
Climate models caution these African countries ahead of sea level rise threats.
A recent research into global sea level rise has shown sea levels will rise to an average of 26 inches by the end of the century. According to reports, this is happening as a result of...