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  • Africa’s Free Trade Area Opens for Business
    Franck Kuwonu, Africa Renewal The post Africa’s Free Trade Area Opens for Business appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • Learning From Indigenous Peoples: My Morocco Diary
    Once a year, on 9 August, the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples is commemorated, celebrating their unique culture and knowledge. This is done mostly from a distance, from our homes in (nominally) developed countries. But are we as developed as we pretend to be? On this question, I reflected for a while, still […]
  • Making African Continental Free Trade Area Work for Women in a Post-COVID-19 World
    Angela Lusigi is, UNDP Resident Representative in Ghana The post Making African Continental Free Trade Area Work for Women in a Post-COVID-19 World appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • ANTICOV Treatment Clinical Trial Crucial for Africa
    The ANTICOV COVID-19 clinical trial, aimed at identifying treatments that prevent mild cases from progressing to severe forms of the disease, is crucial to Africa, researchers say. The trial will investigate home-based treatments to help prevent local health systems from being overwhelmed. Borna Nyaoke-Anoke, Senior Clinical Project Manager & Medical Manager for DNDi, says that […]
  • This Is Not a Goodbye, Kenya – Asante na Kwaheri ya Kuonana
      Happy New Year, Kenya. Several milestones in my personal and professional life have made Kenya a cherished place for me. I started my UNICEF career in Rumbek, South Sudan in June 2000, and my rest and recuperation breaks were in Nairobi. In fact Kenya was the first African country I had ever visited and, […]
  • Tractors Can Change Farming in Good Ways and Bad: Lessons from Four African Countries
    Agricultural mechanisation is on the rise in Africa, replacing hand hoes and animal traction across the continent. While around 80-90% of all farmers still rely on manual labour or draught animals, this is changing, driven by falling machinery prices and rising rural wages. During the last couple of years, tractor sales grew by around 10% […]
  • A Decade after the Arab Spring, Tunisia Fails to Keep up with the Process of Democratisation
    Ten years ago a young street vendor, Mohamed Bouazizi set himself afire in the central Tunisian provincial town of Sidi Bouzid to protest against police harassment. Bouazizi’s sacrificial act served as a catalyst and inspired the Tunisian people to take over the streets that led to the Jasmine Revolution in the country. On January 4, […]

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  • 2023 election: We didn’t endorse Tinubu — Ondo, Ekiti former speakers
    Former Speakers of the House of Assembly in Ondo and Ekiti states have dissociated themselves from the purported endorsement of a National Leader of the All-Progressive Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to contest the 2023 presidential election. Recall that former speakers of Houses of Assembly in the Southwest geo-political zone had met in Ibadan, Oyo […]
  • CAN asks Buhari to stop killing of religious leaders
    The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has asked the Federal Government to put an end to the abduction and killing of religious leaders by bandits in the country. CAN’s Vice Chairman (Northern region), Rev. John Hayab, was reacting to the killing of a catholic priest of the Minna Catholic diocese, Fr. John Gbakaan during the […]
  • Experts warn against fresh lockdown
    By Tunde Shorunke Uncertainty and anxiety are palpable and heightening over another likely lockdown due to the recent hike in COVID-19 confirmed cases in the country. An average of over 1000 confirmed cases has been recorded daily recently, prompting an industry expert to believe that the federal government might decide to order another lockdown to […]
  • 2023: Ohuabunwa joins presidential race
    President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, on Sunday, joined the 2023 presidential race, expressing deep concern over deteriorating conditions of things in the country. Ohuabunwa, who is a former member of Presidential Advisory Committee on Subsidy Reinvestment & Empowerment Programme (SURE-P), lamented that the country is being run in an […]

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  • Samsung chief jailed for 2.5 years over corruption scandal
    The de facto chief of South Korea’s Samsung business empire was convicted Monday over a huge corruption scandal and jailed for two and a half years, in a ruling that deprives the tech giant of its top decision-maker. Lee Jae-yong, vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics, the world’s biggest smartphone and memory chip maker, was found guiltyRead […]
  • How FUTA Deputy Registrar was murdered by suspected kidnappers
    Dayo Johnson – Akure The Deputy Registrar in the Federal University of Technology, FUTA, Akure, Ondo State, Dr Amos Arijesuyo died after he was shot in the chest by suspected kidnappers on Saturday evening. He reportedly sat in the front seat with the driver while three other occupants sat at the back seat. Family sourceRead […]
  • If we want to build Nigeria, we must abolish State of Origin — Bishop Onuoha
    By Ugochukwu Alaribe Methodist Bishop and co-chair of the Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace, IDFP, Dr. Sunday Onuoha, has called for the abolition of state of origin from bio-data in Nigeria. He stated that the abolition of state of origin will stop hatred, disunity, and agitations among people of different geopolitical zones. Bishop Onuoha, whoRead […]
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