Record break for Nigeria who has just won the “longest reading marathon” approved… Read More “17 books, 120 hours: Nigerian break the record of reading skill”
On March 5, 1958, the foundation stone of the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott was laid.
Last week, the South African Parliament adopted a text that provides for the expropriation of land… Read More “South Africa: Concerns about Agrarian Reform Project”
Last Thursday, March 1, the village of Maze located about 80km north of Bunia in Ituri, was the target… Read More “DRC: Monusco requests investigation into violence in Ituri”
In Chad, workers begin on Monday, March 5, the sixth week of dry and unlimited strike to protest against… Read More “Strike in Chad: sixth week of mobilization for civil servants”
#JesuisBouba dominates the social networks since a few days in Ivory Coast.
Bouba is the name of … Read More “Ivory Coast: anger and emotion after the ritual murder of a 4-year-old”
More than 200 inhabitants have been displaced homeless and several persons still not found after… Read More “Many missing as herdsmen strike, burn down villages in Benue”
The eagerly awaited trail of oil and gas company Eni and Shell opens on Monday (March 5th) in Milan.… Read More “Italy: Eni and Shell companies start trial, accused of corruption”
After the supporters of President José Mario Vaz, about ten days ago, a group of a hundred activists… Read More “Guinea-Bissau: demonstration of support for ECOWAS”
Heading southeastern Nigeria, the city of Calabar, capital of Cross River State, a tourist region.… Read More “Nigeria: Calabar, former port of the slave trade”