Shock, Consternation Grip Christians Worldwide as News of the Sudden Death of Nigeria's Foremost Televangelist, T.B. Joshua Spreads

Members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) all over the world are still under shock and disbelief following news of the sudden death of Nigerian Charismatic Pastor, televangelist, and philanthropist, P.

rophet T.B. Joshua. He is said to have died a few minutes after delivering a sermon on Saturday, June 5 to a crowd of Emmanuel TV Partners.   He died days to his 58th birthday. He was born on June 12, 1963.   I.

Gulf of Guinea Burns as Cameroon Becomes Hotspot for Circulation of Small Arms and Light Weapons

With a separatist war ripping the country apart, and with a rise in conflicts in neighbouring states as well as continued incursions by the Boko Haram terrorist group to the north of the country, Ca.

Oct 23, 2020, 04:30 AM
Ghanaian Political Guru Seeks Silver Lining in Covid-19, Maintains 2020 Elections not at Risk

Ghana’s second Deputy Speaker and longest serving sitting Member of Parliament (MP), Hon  Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin, has told Timescape Magazine in an exclusive interview that the coronavirus  pandemic may affect, but cannot hinder campaigns by politicians towards the December 2020 general elections. He noted that the use of information and communication technology (ICT) can help the pol.

May 26, 2020, 02:50 AM
Cameroon: Biya Gov’t to Hold High Risk, No Stakes Regional Elections December 6

On December 6, Cameroon will be holding its first-ever regional elections across the country. The holding of the poll is expected to accelerate the decentralization process in the country, leading t.

Nov 23, 2020, 10:52 AM
Zimbabwe: Controversy Surrounds death of Lands & Agriculture Minister as Police Quash Street Protests against Corruption

Minister Shiri Perrance who has since been declared a national hero, died on Wednesday July 29 after failing to drive himself to the hospital. He only managed to call his friends who rushed to the s.

Jul 31, 2020, 01:50 AM
Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa Fires Health Minister, Rampaging Health Workers Protest Low Pay
Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa Fires Health Minister, Rampaging.

Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa has sacked Health Minister Obadiah Moyo for displaying conduct inappropriate for a cabinet minister.   Mr. Moyo was recently soaked into a Covid-19 du.

Jul 08, 2020, 12:46 PM
Nurses, Health Workers on Strike in Zimbabwe with Economy in Free Fall
Nurses, Health Workers on Strike in Zimbabwe with Economy in F.

There is growing uncertainty in Zimbabwe’s health system following a nationwide strike initiated by nurses and other health workers in the Country.   Lack of incentive, poor working co.

Jun 19, 2020, 01:20 AM
Nigeria: Former Sports Minister Says Marginalization, Pauperization of the Youth is Cause of Growing Insecurity

Solomon Selcap Dalung, Nigeria's Former Minister of Youth and Sports has blamed political colleagues for insecurity in Nigeria, which he attributes to the government’s failure to invest in the.

Apr 20, 2021, 03:53 AM
Cardinal Tumi’s Death Means “This War Cannot Have the Last Word”-Mgr. George Nkuo

Cardinal Tumi’s Death Means “This War Cannot Have the Last Word”-Mgr. George Nkuo

The death on Good Friday of Cameroon’s lone Cardinal, Christian Tumi has been described as an event full of symbolism. He died the same night Christians believe Christ died, and it happened the same day that Pope John Paul II who created him Cardinal died. “The loss of the Cardinal.

As Thousands Protest in Cameroon Today, International Lawyers Warn Cameroon’s President Against Crackdown on Demonstrators

A team of international law lawyers and specialists based in London, UK, and Washington D.C, USA have warned Cameroon’s dictator, Paul Biya against attacking protesters demanding regime change. The warning is contained in an open letter addressed to President Biya by the Amsterdam and Partners LLP law firm on the eve of the protests that began Tuesday, September 22. The lawyers who boast of experience in handling complex political issues across the globe disclosed in the letter that the leader of the protest, Prof. Maurice Kamto, who hea.

Sep 22, 2020, 01:35 AM
Zimbabwe: Fever tree hype grips the People as Covid-19 Spreads On

There is growing excitement in Zimbabwe over a local herb, Zumbane which is also referred to as lippia javanica. Popularly known to many as the fever tree, the herb which has existed since time immemo.

May 20, 2020, 06:09 AM
Zimbabwe: Fever tree hype grips the People as Covid-19 Spreads On
In the Shadow of a Pandemic: Cameroonian Women say Covid-19 Opens them up to Domestic Violence

  Jane points to a deep opening on her forehead and shakes her head, tears rolling down her cheeks. “My husband did this to me,” she says. She says fighting with her husband has beco.

May 21, 2020, 01:06 AM
In the Shadow of a Pandemic: Cameroonian Women say Covid-19 Opens them up to Domestic Violence
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