Monday, February 18, 2019

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Mine

14 Killed In Rwanda Mine Collapse

An accident at an eastern Rwanda mine on Monday killed 14 people, including seven women, a local government official said. “Thi...

Entertainment

Lifestyle

scarab beetles

Ancient Egyptian tombs yield rare find of mummified scarab beetles

South Sudan shuts nightclubs after two die in Monday attack

Prince Harry goes solo on royal tour as pregnant Meghan rests

Fine French wine fetches record-smashing $558,000 at auction

Canada to allow passengers carry cannabis on domestic flights from Oct. 18

Zimbabwe vaccinates 1.4 million to combat worst cholera outbreak in a decade

Hyatt Hotels to more than double its Africa hotels by 2020

South Sudanese Surgeon Wins Prestigious Nansen UN refugee Award

GSK vaccine success a milestone in TB, but room for improvement

Business

new prime minister

Burkina Faso president appoints new prime minister

Burkina Faso’s president appointed a new prime minister on Monday, three days after the surprise resignation of the West African nation’s government. President Roch Kabore nominated Chris...
Mine

14 Killed In Rwanda Mine Collapse

An accident at an eastern Rwanda mine on Monday killed 14 people, including seven women, a local government official said. “This is an unfortunate event that nobody expected. The accident...
internet shutdown

Zimbabwe Court Rules Against Internet Shutdown

Zimbabwe’s High Court on Monday ruled that State Security Minister Owen Ncube had no power to order the internet shutdown which took place during last week’s nationwide protests. “It has ...

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au

AU Pushing to Improve Struggling Intra-African Trade

The African Union (AU) is pulling out all stops to improve the import and export industry within African countries. Despite being rich in mineral resources, African countries ar...

Africa: Sweeping Change to US Policy for Africa Announced

Tens of thousands die in Africa each year due to fake drugs

Africa: Debt-Distressed African Countries Again Look to IMF

Africa must tackle birth control ‘taboo’: philanthropist Mo Ibrahim

Why Increase in Cancer Deaths Should Worry Africa

France Pledges to Increase Aid to Africa for Girl Child Education, Others

Africa: EU Investment in Africa – Europe Racing to Catch Up

Africa: Tackle Africa’s Chronic Diseases With Effective Actions

New Technology Aims to Prevent Newborn Deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sports

Politics

new prime minister

Burkina Faso president appoints new prime minister

Wheelchair

Back from medical leave, Gabon president appears in wheelchair

Soldiers

Soldiers Patrol Zimbabwe Streets After Deadly Protests

Burkina Faso declares state of emergency in north following attacks

Gabon’s Bongo headed to Morocco to continue recovery: wife

Nigeria’s Abubakar promises to boost oil investment, cut subsidies if elected

A Year After Mugabe, Zimbabwe Yearns For Upswing

Wealthy Madagascar candidates woo skeptical voters trapped by poverty

Congo ruling coalition rallies supporters before presidential election

Zimbabwe opposition leader calls for ‘dialogue’ to fix crisis

Cameroon candidate Maurice Kamto declares victory, ruling party denies

Nigeria’s opposition PDP picks Atiku Abubakar as 2019 presidential election

Sports

Gunnar

Pogba Credits Gunnar Solsjkaer For Putting Smile Back On His Face

handed

Serena Handed Tough Draw In Quest For Record 24th Slam

Mane

CAF Awards: Aubameyang, Mane, Salah make top three

World Cup Final Drew 1.12bn Audience, Says FIFA

South Africa Bid To Host 2019 Africa Cup Of Nations

Madrid mauled at Eibar, new coach Solari in trouble

Chelsea great striker Drogba formally retires from football

Nigeria, Uganda, Mali, Morocco Qualify For 2019 AFCON

Germany Out To Dent Dutch Dreams After ‘Slap In Face’ Year