President Buhari’s Pledge to End “Medical Tourism” Haunts him in London as Thousands of Nigerians Protest His Numerous Medical Trips

Resident doctors in Nigeria, Africa's most populous country have embarked on an indefinite nationwide strike. Their strike was announced on April 1st, just two days after the country’s President, Muhammadu B.

uhari left for London, in the United Kingdom for medical treatment. This is one of several trips Buhari has made to the United Kingdom for medical reasons since becoming president in 2015.   Nigeria's resident doctors.

Kuwait Deports some 286 Africans Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

  About 286 Africans, reported to be living in Kuwait illegally, have been deported. The deportees, 243 of whom were Ghanaians and 43 Togolese arrived in a Kuwaiti chartered flight at the.

May 24, 2020, 02:37 AM
Cameroonian Bishop Challenges Modern Medics to Disprove his Herbal Covid-19 Cure

The Archbishop of Douala, Mgr. Samuel Kleda has called on doubting modern medical practitioners to run clinical tests on his herbal cure against Covid-19 to ascertain its efficacy. The Catholic Archbishop says he has treated upward of 1000 people who showed symptoms of the raging Coronavirus. “When people began to show signs of Coronavirus infection, I came up with an herbal mix that produced astoni.

May 20, 2020, 06:06 AM
US Congress Blazes the Trail in Mobilizing International Coalition for Internationally Mediated Settlement to Ongoing Genocide in Southern Cameroons

The dust is yet to settle on a New Year-Day Resolution passed by the US Senate with far-reaching directives on measures that need to be taken to force the parties to the ongoing Southern Cameroons g.

Feb 20, 2021, 09:44 AM
Zimbabwean Gov’t Mirrors Covid-19 Money, US Holds the Sails

In a direct message to the Zimbabwean government, the US  Embassy in Harare has said the recently approved  African Development Bank's $13.7 million grant to finance the Covid-19 response .

May 20, 2020, 06:10 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
Ghanaian Appointed Member of Global Advisory Committee of ABE Global Ltd, UK

A lecturer at Pentecost University, a Ghanaian private university, Augustine Antwi Boasiako has been appointed member of the Global Advisory Committee of the Association of Business Executive (ABE) .

Jul 14, 2020, 01:14 AM
Zambia: One Door Closes, Another Opens Pouring in Relief Funds to Cushion Impact of Covid-19

Zambia: One Door Closes, Another Opens Pouring in Relief Funds to Cushion Impact of Covid-19

Zambia like many other countries in the world and particularly in Africa has been grappling with the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) on her social-economic profile since the country recorded its first Covid-19 case in March 2020. This pandemic broke out at a time this Southern.

Top Ghanaian Politician says Election Commission's Chair is Key in Swinging a Tight Election

  A leading Member of Ghana's largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Hon. Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin, has stated that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) can scheme an election process in favour of or against a particular political party.   Hon. Bagbin who is also Second Deputy Speaker of Ghana's Parliament, told Timescape Magazine in an exclusive interview that there is   evidence that support  allegations of both the current and former Election Commission’s chairpers.

May 31, 2020, 05:19 AM
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
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
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