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Ghana Finance Minister sacked

Ghana Finance Minister sacked

572 ViewsGhana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo has replaced Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, as the West African country eyes an economic recovery. Ofori-Atta has been in office since 2017 and has faced criticism for Ghana’s current economic crisis, the worst to hit the country in decades. At the height of the crisis in 2022, inflation surpassed 50% […]

Namibia President Geingob dies

956 Views President of Namibia Dr Hage G. Geingob has passed on. Vice president and Acting President Nangolo Mbumba has confirmed in a press announcement to the Nation seen by Zambian Eye. The Namibian leader passed on after midnight, early hours of today, Sunday, 4th February 2024. Announcement of the Passing of H.E Dr Hage […]

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Ruto, Kikwete, Other Leaders Headline African Persons of the Year

728 Views President William Ruto of Kenya and former President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania are set to headline the 12th African Persons of the Year Ceremony, a highly-anticipated event billed for 22 – 23 February 2024 at the Ethiopian Skylight Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Both leaders will deliver keynotes at the ceremonies and shall […]

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Passengers wake up in a ‘wrong’ country as storm Isha plays havoc with flight plans

459 ViewsThousands of airline passengers across Europe woke up this morning at the wrong destination – and even in the wrong country – after Storm Isha caused havoc with flights, with dozens of cancelations, diversions and go-arounds in western Europe. It’s usually the quickest way of getting from A to B for long journeys, but […]

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‘Witchcraft’ and Court System in Tanzania

1,008 Views By Leo Igwe The Advocacy for Alleged Witches welcomes the discharge of six persons convicted and jailed for five years for practicing witchcraft in Tanzania. As reported, Justice Abubakar Mirsha disallowed an appeal lodged by Silvanus Siwaloza, Wilbroad Edward alias Masenga, Helena Matengo, Richard Chakupewa, John Anastazio, alias Sumumi, and Linus Sangu alia Sikanda […]

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Budget-Friendly Warmth: Affordable Radiator Solutions for UK Residents

417 ViewsRadiators UK can often be a cause of concern for UK residents, especially during the colder months. With the temperatures dropping, it becomes essential to find budget-friendly warmth solutions that provide efficient and cost-effective heating. Fortunately, there are numerous options available for those looking to keep their homes warm without breaking the bank. 1. […]

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Tshisekedi declared winner of DRC election

445 ViewsDemocratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi has won his second term of office following an election held on December 20. Tshiskedi was declared winner today, 31st December 2023 by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). He won with 73.34% of the vote. The opposition has however rejected the results citing some irregularities […]

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Russia hits Ukraine with new wave of air strike

396 ViewsUkraine has come under attack by Russian air strikes again, officials say, after two days of major aerial assaults by both sides. Most attacks were concentrated on the south and east, but explosions were also reported in Kyiv. BBC Reports that Moscow has been retaliating against Ukrainian strikes on the Russian border city of […]

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Donald Trump blocked from Maine’s Presidential ballot in 2024

423 ViewsMaine’s top election official has ruled that Donald Trump cannot run for president next year in the state, citing a constitutional insurrection clause. Secretary of State Shenna Bellows said Mr. Trump was not eligible because of his actions leading up to the US Capitol riot in 2021. Maine now joins Colorado as the two […]

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SA Court to pass judgement in Anglo American Kabwe lead poisoning case

610 ViewsA judgment is expected from the South African High Court today, December 15 on a class action case against Anglo American South Africa, brought on behalf of 140,000 Zambian children and women for alleged lead poisoning. If the class action is certified by the court, this would be a landmark decision which would allow the claim to proceed. This will […]

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