The World Can Bank On EU On Climate Action

[Observer] With the Paris Agreement, the world decided to take responsibility for its present and future, by committing to preserve the very source of life: our planet and its environment.

[Observer] With the Paris Agreement, the world decided to take responsibility for its present and future, by committing to preserve the very source of life: our planet and its environment.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Introduces Scheme to Ease Access to Agriculture Insurance

[New Times] Farmers have for long suffered losses due to different disasters such as floods, drought and pests and diseases. But most local farmers do not insure their farming activities. In case of calamities, they never get any compensation to rebuil…

[New Times] Farmers have for long suffered losses due to different disasters such as floods, drought and pests and diseases. But most local farmers do not insure their farming activities. In case of calamities, they never get any compensation to rebuild their projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

New HIV Drug Already in Use in Nigeria – Govt

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Government has said Dolutegravir (DTG), the new drug for the treatment of HIV/AIDS, is already being used in Nigeria, although only by those who can afford it because of its high cost.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Government has said Dolutegravir (DTG), the new drug for the treatment of HIV/AIDS, is already being used in Nigeria, although only by those who can afford it because of its high cost.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why I Sent Money to Nigerian Judges, Senior Lawyer Accused of Corruption Says

[Premium Times] A senior advocate, Joseph Nwobike, who is standing trial on charges of offering gratification to some judges, on Monday told an Ikeja High Court why he gave money to the judges.

[Premium Times] A senior advocate, Joseph Nwobike, who is standing trial on charges of offering gratification to some judges, on Monday told an Ikeja High Court why he gave money to the judges.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Finance Minister Chinamasa Allegedly Ejected From South African Hotel

[News24Wire] Zimbabwean Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has reportedly revealed that he and the Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya were recently ejected out of a South African hotel “at the instigation of unnamed Zimbabweans”.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwean Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has reportedly revealed that he and the Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya were recently ejected out of a South African hotel "at the instigation of unnamed Zimbabweans".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Youth Reflect on Liberation, Pledge to Sustain Gains

[New Times] Young Rwandans who liberated the country from divisionism, ethnicity, and discrimination have been hailed for playing their role to ensure the current and the future generations live a better life.

[New Times] Young Rwandans who liberated the country from divisionism, ethnicity, and discrimination have been hailed for playing their role to ensure the current and the future generations live a better life.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwandans Fast-Track Prosperity as They Mark 23rd Anniversary of Liberation

[New Times] Rwandans across the country and in the Diaspora today celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the Liberation Day, remembering the time when the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi was stopped and citizens embarked on a long journey to positively tran…

[New Times] Rwandans across the country and in the Diaspora today celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the Liberation Day, remembering the time when the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi was stopped and citizens embarked on a long journey to positively transform their country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Buhari – Ailing and Failing?

[Africa In Fact] Nigeria is battling a bloody Islamic insurgency in its northern region, a secessionist movement in the east, a wave of kidnappings in the west and oil-well attacks in the south. But in the last few months it is President Muhammadu Buha…

[Africa In Fact] Nigeria is battling a bloody Islamic insurgency in its northern region, a secessionist movement in the east, a wave of kidnappings in the west and oil-well attacks in the south. But in the last few months it is President Muhammadu Buhari's ill health that has been a constant concern in the country's popular press and rumour mills.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria