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Pastor

Church Ushers Should Have Some Security Training – Pastor

A pastor of the Glory Temple Assemblies of God (A/G) at Densuano, in Koforidua, has called for security training for all ushers in churches...
Stonebwoy Shatta

Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale Granted Bail

The Accra Regional Police Command has granted Dancehall Artistes Livingston Etse Satekla known in showbiz as “Stonebwoy” and Charles Nii Armah Mensah also known...
MMDAs

NGO Charges MMDAs Must Create Project Monitoring Teams in Communities

The Municipal, Metropolitan and District Assemblies (MMDAs) have been urged to set up and motivate project monitoring teams to supervise construction of physical development...
arrested

Police Grabs Man for Slashing His Wife at Hodzo

The 54-year old man who allegedly butchered his wife to death on her way to church at Hodzo in the Ho Municipality on Thursday,...
Muslim Donation

UNMISS Muslims Supports PoC Muslims

The Muslim community of United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) made up of the Ghana Battalion, Ghana Formed Police Unit and Sector North...
Mrs Jean Mensah The Chairperson Ec

EC Picks June 7 for Limited Registration

The Electoral Commission has announced that it would undertake a limited voter’s registration exercise in all the district offices and some selected polling centres...
Tragedy

Man Discovered Dead with A Rice Sack in Hand

Suley Nyonator, a 42 year old man, has been found dead with a rice sack in his hand. Madam Janet...
South Africa

South African labor union worries about job cut in Lonmin

South African labor union expressed shock to platinum producer Lonmin's 4,100-job cut plan on Tuesday. National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) spokesman Livhuwani...
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo

Ghanaian president gives assent to law on right to information

Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo here on Tuesday gave assent to the Right to Information (RTI) Act, nearly two months after it was...
court

Tanzania launches program to improve criminal justice system’s service delivery

The Tanzanian government on Tuesday launched a transformation program to improve the quality and standard of the criminal justice system's service delivery. ...

Namibian schools’ recycling initiative helps reduce pollution

Namibia's Moreson School for the cognitively impaired set new record in the southwestern African nation's 10th edition of the annual 2018/19 Schools Recycling Competition...
Namibia

Namibia-Russia commission on trade, economic cooperation to meet in Windhoek

Namibia will host the 8th Session of the Namibia-Russia Inter-Governmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation in Windhoek on Wednesday and Thursday, a Nambian...
Housing

Kenya mulls tax incentives to boost affordable housing supply

Kenya is considering putting in place tax incentives that will spur the real estate sector to boost the supply of affordable houses, an official...
Person voting

Malawi election: Chilima’s name missing in voters’ register

Malawi Vice President, Saulos Chilima, who is among the presidential candidates challenging the incumbent Peter Mutharika in the May 21 polls, has had his...
UN Security Council

Kenya seeks EU’s support for UN Security Council seat

Kenya on Tuesday sought European Union's support for its bid to secure a United Nations Security Council non-permanent seat in the period 2021-2022. ...
Person voting

Angolan government recommends discussion on local elections

The Angolan government on Monday recommended that legal documents related to the process of organizing local elections be submitted to political consultation. According to a...
trade protectionism

Kenya, South Africa officials to meet to remove trade barriers

Kenyan and South African officials plan to meet to remove trade barriers between the two countries, a South African diplomat said on Monday. South African...
Corruption

Mozambique: Africa Day celebration highlights fight against corruption

Mozambique on Monday launched a week-long celebration of Africa Day, which highlights the continent's efforts on preventing and combating corruption. The launch was witnessed by...
ANC SA

S. Africa’s ruling party says determined to expropriate land without compensation

South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) party on Monday said it wants a clause to be inserted in the country's constitution to enable...
video

Tanzania unveils plans to boost sisal production

Tanzania on Monday announced plans to revamp sisal plantations in the northeastern part of the east African nation. Deputy Minister for Agriculture Mary Mwanjelwa unveiled...
economic abuse

Nigeria’s economic hub strives to boost revenue generation

Lagos, Nigeria's economic hub, on Monday expressed optimism that the monthly internally generated revenue (IGR) would continue to rise as the state continues to...
clean up

Namibia earmarks Africa Day for clean-up drive

Namibia's government and private sector have joined forces ahead of Africa Day, May 25, in a campaign to clean up the country that once...
A policeman stands guard outside Westgate shopping mall, in Nairobi, Kenya, on July 18, 2015. Kenya's upscale shopping mall, Westgate, which had been closed nearly two years ago after a terrorist attack that claimed 67 lives, was reopened on Saturday amid tight security.(Xinhua/Pan Siwei)

Kenya says modernization of police force on course to enhance service delivery

Kenya's Ministry of Internal Security and partners will hasten modernization of the country's police force through investment in new technologies, training and improved working...

Carbon Black and Fortinet Outdoor Their Joint Solution

Carbon Black, a leader in next-generation endpoint security, and Fortinet, securers of the largest enterprise, service provider, and government organisations around the world, have...
Corruption

Africans must lead fight to root out corruption – Zimbabwean Envoy

The Dean of the African Diplomatic Corps in Ghana Pavelyn Tendai Musaka has urged African citizens to be agents in the fight to stamp...

Rural Tanzania hit by new mosquito species that see malaria cases rising

Scientists at Tanzania's leading research institute have identified mosquito species which they said contributed to 90 percent of malaria cases in rural areas of...
wheat

Namibian prison donates wheat amid severe drought

A medium-security prison in northeast Namibia donated 4,000 bags of wheat on Friday to the Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare. ...
law

Somalia holds consultative meeting on draft communication law

Somalia's Ministry of Posts, Telecom and Technology on Sunday held a consultative meeting on the Draft Communication Law as part of series of meetings...

Benjamin Netanyahu and Trump to talk on peace efforts

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that he would discuss ways to advance peace with U.S. President Donald Trump on the president's...
video

Tanzania to ban donkey slaughtering

Tanzania is set to ban slaughtering of donkey effective from July in an effort to restore the number of the domesticated animals that are...