Previously Africa Recovery
Nigeria: 'Maintain Calm' and 'Exercise Patience' UN Envoy Urges, As Nigeria Heads to Polls
As Nigerians get ready to head to the polls on Saturday, the Head of the UN Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS), described the pre-election period as "largely, peaceful… Read more »
Nigeria: Nigeria Needs Free, Fair and Credible Elections
-- Edward Kallon, UN Resident Coordinator in Nigeria Read more »
Africa: UN-AU Decry Absence of Women in Peacebuilding Activities
A high-level delegation to Nigeria and the DRC urges countries to promote gender equality Read more »
Nigeria: Nigerian Women Say 'No' to Gender-Based Violence
Ronke Shonde, a banker and mother of two, was beaten to death by her husband, Lekan Shonde, in Lagos. A manhunt for Mr. Shonde, who fled the murder scene, was launched. Read more »
Africa: Africa's App-Based Taxis Battle Uber Over Market Share
Until recently, public transportation in Cairo, Freetown, Lagos, Nairobi and many other African cities was chaotic and accident prone. The mostly unreliable local taxicabs did not… Read more »
Africa: African Airlines Wait for Open Skies
Thousands of air travellers face complicated choices when flying between cities across the African continent. Although transiting through Europe when flying between two African… Read more »
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