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From the Himalayas to the Arctic, traditional herders are sharing knowledge to cope with...

Changlin Xu grazes 140 yaks in the mountain pastures of the Tibet Autonomous Region. In previous decades, he could count on losing a quarter...

Green Mini-Grid Programme to light 3 DRC cities

The African Development Bank Board has approved the allocation of USD 20 million in loans to the Democratic Republic of Congo, to support renewable-based,...

Top Ten News Items On Health, 7th September 2019

Quality investment in nutrition can save 3.7m lives by 2025 – WHO. The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control Responds To Cases Of Yellow Fever...

South Africa to explore trade investment opportunities in Uganda

A group of 25 South African business people was in high spirits ahead of their departure to Kampala, Uganda, to explore trade and investment...

People Expressed Satisfaction on Sir Dawda’s Commitments

By Kumba Leigh Stakeholders ascertain that young people should learn and emulate from Former President Sir Dawda Jawara’s democratic, self-esteem, humility, discipline, and educated behaviour...

UNDP consultant raps on electoral violence

According to the UNDP Elections Consultant, Ms. TitiPitso; “negotiation and mediation are the best approaches to resolving elections related violence”.MsPitso was speaking during an...

Corp. Revives Leather City Project Despite Delays

After a five-year delay, the Industrial Park Development Corporation took 290ha of land to construct a leather industrial park in Modjo, Oromia Regional State. Initially...

Join the largest investment gathering in food and agriculture on the African continent

The programme brochure is now available for the largest investment gathering in food and agriculture on the African continent – representing the entire value...
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Savannah Strife: Brazil’s Combustible Border with Venezuela

The frontier between Brazil and its crisis-ridden neighbour Venezuela has become a major migration route, a hotspot for crime and a flashpoint for violence....

How are we doing with the environment-related Sustainable Development Goals?

In 2015, the United Nations’ 193 member states established an agenda for the future: 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to meet by 2030. The...

Living abroad not all fun & games-Kenyans share about life in diaspora

Living abroad not all fun & games-Kenyans share about life in diaspora: John Kamau has lived in the United States for the last 10...

Internet penetration spikes in Tanzania

For the past six years the number of people going online has doubled in Tanzania, from 9 million in 2013 to over 23 million...

National Aviation Services to launch cargo services in Mozambique

Emerging markets aviation services provider National Aviation Services says it will offer comprehensive ground handling and cargo services in Mozambique from July. This will cover...

International community lauds the opening of the Galmudug Reconciliation Conference currently underway in Dhusamareb.

The international community has welcomed the opening of the Galmudug Reconciliation Conference convened in Dhusamareb. Representatives from the African Union Mission in...

37 West Africans Remanded at Mile 2 for Alleged Involvement in July Protests

By Team Gom Sa Bopa On Tuesday 27th August 2019, 37 people including outspoken rapper activist Ali “Killa Ace” Cham, have been remanded at Mile...

Tonia Tisdell thrown out of camp

Liberia international player Tonia Tisdell has been thrown out of camp by national team Lonestar head coach James Butler for indiscipline.Coach Butler’s decision is...

City Installs First Speed Radars

Addis Abeba Traffic Management Agency mounted seven speed radar systems around Piassa at a cost of three million Br. The installation of the radar systems...

Creating a conducive climate for investment

The Interim CEO of the Limpopo Economic Development Agency, Dr Matata Mokoele, explains how LEDA is building infrastructure and supporting initiatives to attract investors. ...

The term “resilience” is everywhere — but what does it really mean?

Editor’s note: This story is the first of two we’re reporting in response to a reader’s question — “What does community resilience look like and...

American Couple Charged With Murder Of Kenyan Student Alex Oyombe Gradin

American Couple Charged With Murder Of Kenyan Student Alex Oyombe Gradin: An American couple has been charged with the murder of a Kenyan-born student...

“No Alikalo Has Right to Demand For People’s Voters Cards” Hon Sowe

By Almamo Kamaso Hon Alhagie Sowe recently speaking over radio Gambia at the Basse radio. Warn Alikalos to deist from collecting people voter’s cards...