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Namibia to offer Angolans free medical treatment

Namibia plans to extend free health services to Angolans who cannot afford paying, the health minister has said. Speaking in the north of the country...
urban slums

Namibians Living in the slums for 40 years

By Harris Rodgers More than half a million Namibians live in shacks while approximately 29 percent of the population is unemployed. Experts have warned that...
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Twenty-eight prisoners to write school entrance exam in Nigeria

Twenty-eight prison inmates in Nigeria will write the 2015 tertiary schools entrance examination which began Tuesday in the West African country, an official said....
Oreal of France

Leading cosmetics producer signs partnership agreement with Cote d’Ivoire firm

The world's leading cosmetics production company, L'Oreal of France, on Monday signed a partnership agreement with a Cote d'Ivoire firm for production and distribution...

Guinea to spend $100 million on elections

Guinea's National Independent Electoral Commission (CENI) estimates that the forthcoming presidential and local elections will require a total of 100 million U.S. dollars, official...

African Peer Review Mechanism launched in Benin

The 2015 edition of the week of African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), aimed at sensitizing Beninese nationals on the theme "Democracy and Good Governance...

Botswana prepares to roll out wholesale Wi-Fi

Botswana Fibre Networks (BoFiNet) on Monday announced Fibre to the X (Business, Curb, Home) Project and Wholesale Wi-Fi will be kick started in May...

WACS upgrade project kick-off meeting underway

The West Africa Cable System (WACS) upgrade # 1 project kick-off meeting is currently underway and is being hosted by Telecom Namibia in the...

Rolling blackouts affect all South Africans – minister

Constant rolling blackouts affect all South Africans, even President Jacob Zuma and his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said on Tuesday....

Burundi’s electoral stakeholders sign non- violence charter ahead of elections

Under the auspices of the UN Electoral Observer Mission in Burundi (MENUB), Burundian electoral stakeholders Monday evening signed a non-violence charter for fair, inclusive...
Fukushima Nuclear plant

The Future shadows of Fukushima disaster

by Jon Day, Liu Tian The scenes from the towns and villages still abandoned four years after an earthquake triggered tsunami breached the defenses of...

China: Pei May Chinese High School Set To See Light Day Again

At a time when bilateral trade, cultural and tourism exchanges between India and China are going up, a Chinese school in India's eastern state...

Workers urge government to lift suspension in Colombo port

By Jamila Najmuddin The gates leading to a multi- billion-dollar Port City project in the capital Colombo now remains closed following a temporary suspension...