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Right to Information (RTI)

Parliament Finally Sees 2018 RTI Bill Through

Parliament on Tuesday evening passed the landmark Right to Information (RTI) 2018 to grant Ghanaians and others access to information to public information and...
National Democratic Congress (NDC)

NDC Presidential Primary: Turn Out Very Impressive

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential primary to pick the party’s flag-bearer for the 2020 general election, has been marked by a high...
accident

First week of 2019 sees 37 road accident deaths in Mozambique

The first week of 2019 in Mozambique is one of the deadliest as 37 people were killed and 71 others injured in 36 accidents...
solar aviation lights

Investor sees Africa’s aviation sector growth exceeding global average

An aviation sector investor told CNC TV here on Monday there was great potential for Africa’s aviation sector growth to exceed global average in...
crime scene

South Africa sees rising cash-in-transit crimes

The South African Banking Risk Information Center (SABRIC) on Monday said there is a worrisome increase in the cash-in-transit (CIT) attacks with 148 having...
Staff prepares freight destined for offshore customers at a warehouse of Shanghai Customs Supervision Center. (Photo from the official website of the first Global Cross-Border E-Commerce Conference)

China Records 80% Increment in Cross-border E-commerce Trade

Cross-border e-commerce is booming in China as trade figures show it surged 80.6% in 2017 from a year earlier to 90.24 billion yuan ($14.32...
ghana chocolate

State cocoa grinder sees high marketing prospects in China for Ghana chocolates

State owned grinding firm, Cocoa Processing Company (CPC) sees high prospects of marketing its Ghana brand of chocolate flavors in the Chinese market,...
Belt and Road

UNDP official sees Belt and Road Initiative boosting Renewable Energy development in Africa

Program Manager for the United Nations Development Program ( UNDP) in , China Zhang Weidong has expressed high hopes of African countries ...
Telcos

Telecom Namibia sees increasing overdue debt since january

Namibia's telecommunications service provider, Telecom Namibia, is owed around 30.2 million U.S dollars by its customers and the overdue debt has been increasing in...

Fire Incidence in Ashanti Drops to 45 %

The Ashanti Region saw a sharp decline of fire outbreaks in the first half of this year. A total of 522 cases were reported compared...
domestic air travel

Nairobi’s Domestic Air Travel Shoots Up By 22 Percent

Nairobi is the only city in Africa whose airports are recording higher growth for domestic capacity than that of international capacity, with a 22%...

Nigeria’s economy picks up positively

The economy of Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation is technically coming out of recession with positive signs, a top official said Sunday. ...
asylum-seekers

Austria sees 53 percent decline asylum applications in 2017

Austria has seen a sharp 53 percent drop in the number of asylum applications made for the first five months of the year, Austria...
Xi Jinping

President Xi of China sees belt and road dream turn into a reality

Chinese President Xi Jinping said Sunday the vision of the Belt and Road Initiative is becoming a reality and bearing rich fruit four years...
Maize roughage

Zambia sees corn production up by 25.5 percent

Zambia has projected maize production to increase by 25.5 percent during the 2016/2017 farming season from the previous season, its crop forecast survey has...
Tourists

Brunei sees mild rise in 2016 tourist arrivals

The total number of international tourist arrivals to Brunei through the Brunei International Airport reached 218,809 in 2016, up 0.3 percent year-on-year. ...

Extreme heat sees Aussie farmers using “sunscreen” for their crops

With Queensland experiencing their driest February on record and temperatures soaring 5-10 degrees hotter than average, pineapple and dragon fruit farmers are using "sunscreen"...
Wpid Money Growth

Hong Kong sees 1.9-percent growth in 2016

Hong Kong witnessed an overall economic growth of 1.9 percent in 2016, an official said on Wednesday. Hong Kong growth in 2017...
electricity

Zambia sees improved electricity generation

Zambia has recorded a steady improvement in its electricity generation following good rains, a senior official said Tuesday. Minister of Energy David...

Kenyan runner sees challenge from Ethiopian in Lake Biwa marathon

Kenya's Vincent Kipruto on Thursday confirmed he will seek fast time as he competes in Japan at the Lake Biwa Marathon on March...
Two deserted helmets are seen near Libya's capital city of Tripoli, on March 11, 2015. Clashes erupted on Wednesday between Libya Dawn militants and pro-government forces in the Ajaylat area some 80 kilometers west of Tripoli. (Xinhua/Hamza Turkia)

UN envoy sees 2017 as “year of decision” for Libyans in peace efforts

UN Libya envoy Martin Kobler on Wednesday urged the Libyans to make 2017 "the year of decisions" and political breakthrough in implementing a political...
Banks

Spain’s Bankia sees profit down 22.7 percent in 2016

Spain's Bankia -- fourth largest bank in the country -- saw its net profit down 22.7 percent in 2016 from a year earlier to...
United Nation

UN relief coorinator sees hope of emergency relief for Syria in 2017

UN Emergency relief chief Stephen O'Brien said Thursday that there are some emerging reasons to hope in Syria as far as emergency relief is...
AFP/File / Fred Dufour China's industrial output rose 6.0% year-on-year in April, down from a 6.8% jump in March

Ukraine’s industrial production sees recovery in 2016

Ukraine's industrial production has recovered from the four-year-long crisis, growing by 2.4 percent in 2016, local media reported Wednesday, citing data from the State...
rice

Australia’s east coast sees huge grain harvest

Australia's biggest grain handler GrainCorp Ltd's silos on the eastern seaboard are seeing record volumes, Australia's national broadcaster reported Wednesday as farmers continue harvesting...

Ghana sees joyful celebration after opposition wins election

Hundreds of thousands of jubilant supporters of the Ghana's largest opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) poured onto streets Friday evening after the Electoral Commission...

Togo sees launching of African journalists network for maritime security

Togolese Minister of Communication Guy Madje Lorenzo, during launching ceremony, said the network initiative will help African populations appropriate the spirit of African Union...
Tourists

Zanzibar sees 39 percent increase in tourist arrivals

"The increase of tourist arrivals is a result of the current peace and effective promotion of the island outside the world," said Rashid Ali...
Maize

Burkina Faso sees 12 percent increase of cereals output

The prime minister said this before the Parliament, explaining that the planned output will include 1.5 million tons of maize and 317,360 tons of...
Russia flag

Russia and Turkey remain strained with little glimpse of faith

In a review of Russia's diplomacy in 2015 that was posted on its website, the ministry said relations with Turkey have been promoted to...