Only Natural That Ghana and Mauritius Are Forging Stronger Ties – PM

[Government of Mauritius] Beyond our bilateral relationships, Mauritius looks forward to working with Ghana in regional and international fora to take the African agenda forward on all issues of common interest, including climate change, environmental …

[Government of Mauritius] Beyond our bilateral relationships, Mauritius looks forward to working with Ghana in regional and international fora to take the African agenda forward on all issues of common interest, including climate change, environmental preservation, Sustainable Development Goals, and security.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Chinese-Built Railways Avenues of Hope for Aspiring Ethiopians

[Focac] Addis Ababa -In rural and urban Ethiopia, Chinese contractors are busy building railways that are counted upon to speed up the industrialization of the east African country. Their presence has brought the locals life-transforming opportunities.

[Focac] Addis Ababa -In rural and urban Ethiopia, Chinese contractors are busy building railways that are counted upon to speed up the industrialization of the east African country. Their presence has brought the locals life-transforming opportunities.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Chinese Peacekeepers Depart for Liberia

[Focac] Beijing -A total of 140 Chinese peacekeeping police officers departed Beijing for a year-long mission to Liberia on Friday, according the Ministry of Public Security.

[Focac] Beijing -A total of 140 Chinese peacekeeping police officers departed Beijing for a year-long mission to Liberia on Friday, according the Ministry of Public Security.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

U N Secretary-General – New Target for Bujumbura?

[Iwacu] The Secretary-General of the United Nations transmitted a report on Burundi to the Security Council on 23 February. Bujumbura reacts and speaks of a report based on erroneous information. Tensions ran higher as Burundi was being examined, on Th…

[Iwacu] The Secretary-General of the United Nations transmitted a report on Burundi to the Security Council on 23 February. Bujumbura reacts and speaks of a report based on erroneous information. Tensions ran higher as Burundi was being examined, on Thursday, 9 March, in the Security Council.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Fight Over Tariffs as Power Failures Escalate

[Nyasa Times] Energy Generating Company (Egenco) and Electricity Supply Commisison of Malawi (Escom) are battling over a K4 billion bill Egenco slapped with Escom in a power selling and buying deal.

[Nyasa Times] Energy Generating Company (Egenco) and Electricity Supply Commisison of Malawi (Escom) are battling over a K4 billion bill Egenco slapped with Escom in a power selling and buying deal.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tough Nuts On President Muhammadu Buhari’s Desk

[Daily Trust] Three days since his return to the country, to a tumultuous welcome in some places and to mooted sulking in other quarters, President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to send another letter to the National Assembly today, his third since Janu…

[Daily Trust] Three days since his return to the country, to a tumultuous welcome in some places and to mooted sulking in other quarters, President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to send another letter to the National Assembly today, his third since January. He will tell MPs that he is back in the country, which they already know if they ever watch television. He will then say one of two things. Either he will ask for a little more time to rest and recuperate, or he will straight away say he is resuming his duties as Pres

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria