Sending Migrants From Libya to Rwanda 'Short-Sighted'
The New Humanitarian
'The new plan comes with a serious political price.' Read more »
Coast Guard Rescues Over 270 Europe-Bound Migrants
The Libyan coast guard says it has rescued 278 migrants on four different boats in recent days. The migrants, including 18 women and two children, had been trying to make their way… Read more »
International Community Congratulates Sudan On Power-Sharing Agreement
Statements congratulating Sudan on the signing of final documents in Khartoum yesterday sealing the political agreement reached between the Transition Military Council (TMC) and… Read more »
EU Affirms Support to Civilian Government
Foreign Minister of Finland and Representative of European Union (EU) underscored the EU back to Sudan until it achieves peace and prosperity. Read more »
Statement By the Spokesperson On the Conclusion of the Transitional Agreement in Sudan [press release]
The EU attended today in Khartoum the Ceremony of the Conclusion of Documents on the Transitional Civilian Authority in Sudan. As an expression of strong political support, a… Read more »
British Court Awards U.S.$9.6 Billion Against Nigeria to UK Firm for Doing Nothing
A British Commercial Court yesterday affirmed the ruling of a London Arbitration Tribunal which in January 2017, awarded $6.6 billion judgement debt against the federal government… Read more »
How to Fleece Nigeria
The age old art of fleecing Nigeria got a notch higher yesterday when it was legitimised by a British Court. Read more »
France Commemorates Its 'Forgotten' African Veterans
More than a million African soldiers fought for colonial powers in World War II. African troops paid a heavy price with 55,000 killed between 1939-1945. @DR Read more »
Migrants Rescued but Remain Stranded At Sea
EUROPE has been urged to allow the immediate disembarkation of more than 500 people recently rescued on the Central Mediterranean but remaining stranded at the sea. Read more »
Swedish Envoy Bids Farewell
Outgoing Swedish Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Sofia Calltorp has described as positive, ongoing political and economic reforms that the Government has embarked on. Read more »
Rwanda, Germany Enter Deal on Job Creation, Skills Development
Germany and Rwanda have agreed to work together in the areas of job creation, skills development and investment, following an agreement that was signed in Kigali yesterday. Read more »
Environmental Engineer With Flair for Art Receives Italian Knighthood
Professor Cristina Trois, the University of KwaZulu-Natal's (UKZN) first woman professor, first dean of engineering and South African Research Chair in Waste and Climate Change… Read more »
UCT Bio-Brick On Show At Vienna Museum
It may not be the prettiest showpiece at the MAK Design Lab in the Austrian Museum for Applied Arts/Contemporary Art in Vienna, but it's the thought that counts. UCT's world-first… Read more »
'Arise, Sir Trois' - UKZN Professor Knighted!
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Professor Cristina Trois, UKZN based South African Research Chair (SARCHi) in Waste and Climate Change, has been awarded a knighthood and attendant title of Cavaliere del lavoro… Read more »
An African Champion Ten Years Ago... .Revived Ebrima Bojang Signs Deal in France
One-time Gambia's hottest striker Gambia-born Ebrima Bojang has inked the dotted lines with a club in France, Foroyaa Sport can reveal. Read more »
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