News/Politics

Slow Vaccine Rollout Threatens Economic Recovery Of Domestic Worker Sector

By Luke Kannemeyer, Chief Operating Officer of SweepSouth The slow vaccine rollout in Africa threatens…

How Kenya’s Jamborow is helping cooperatives better serve their members

BY TOM JACKSON Kenyan startup Jamborow is a fintech platform that provides white label solutions to…

Panic Buying, Political Meetings And The Pain Of Business

WORDS By Chanel RetiefPHOTOS By Yeshiel Panchia TOPLINE: For the past two days, South Africa’s…

A COMMUNIQUE ON THREAT TO THE CHURCH ISSUED AFTER A MEETING WITH

1. Association for Youths of Nigeria Against  Corruption (AYONAC) 2. Frontiers Network 3. All Talented…

Why efforts by Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana to help cocoa farmers haven’t worked

A cocoa pricing agreement designed to protect farmers in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana from destitution is being circumvented by…

The fight against economic fraud: how African countries are tackling the challenge

The COVID-19 pandemic has stifled many sectors of the global economy. But it has apparently boosted…

Huge mural honoring black civil rights leaders unveiled in Rio

By Rédaction Africanews Brazilian artist ACME dedicated a 360 square metre mural in the port…

Coming to Africa for English Elephants

A herd of elephants born and raised in a Kent zoo are about to get…

Conjoined twins thank ex-Ghana leader Rawlings for paying for their separation 20 years ago

MOHAMMED AWAL Ghana’s former President Jerry John Rawlings is seen by many as a ‘monster’ following his…

Telecommunications Companies Under Pressure To Comply With Zambia’s New Cyber Security Law

By Bwalya Chilufya-Musonda, partner, and Joshua Mwamulima, senior associate, Bowmans Zambia Zambians woke up on…