Ex Alshabaab Leader Robow Receives a Heroic Welcome in Baidoa

[Dalsan Radio] Former Al Shabab deputy leader Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansour on Friday arrived in the South West State capital Baidoa receiving a rapturous welcome from the locals and the regional administration.

[Dalsan Radio] Former Al Shabab deputy leader Mukhtar Robow Abu Mansour on Friday arrived in the South West State capital Baidoa receiving a rapturous welcome from the locals and the regional administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Ghana Seeks More Direct Investment From UK

[CAJ News] London -GHANA’S High Commissioner to the United Kingdomn Papa Owusu-Ankomah, has assured senior business executives of high return on their investment in the West African country.

[CAJ News] London -GHANA'S High Commissioner to the United Kingdomn Papa Owusu-Ankomah, has assured senior business executives of high return on their investment in the West African country.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Firestone Seeks £18,5 Million for Lesotho Mine

[CAJ News] Maseru -FIRESTONE Diamonds, the London-listed firm, has announces a potential fundraising of £18,5 million (US$25 million or R341,7 million) to fund on-going operations at the Liqhobong Diamond Mine in Lesotho.

[CAJ News] Maseru -FIRESTONE Diamonds, the London-listed firm, has announces a potential fundraising of £18,5 million (US$25 million or R341,7 million) to fund on-going operations at the Liqhobong Diamond Mine in Lesotho.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Health Professionals Appeal to Population to Do HIV Test Before Falling Sick

[Iwacu] The only way to know whether or not you have HIV is to get screened. Some Burundians still wait to get sick before doing HIV test. Health professional calls on the population to do HIV test so that they know their HIV status.

[Iwacu] The only way to know whether or not you have HIV is to get screened. Some Burundians still wait to get sick before doing HIV test. Health professional calls on the population to do HIV test so that they know their HIV status.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

CNC to Grant and Withdraw the Press Card From Journalists

[Iwacu] The National Assembly passed yesterday a bill revising the law governing the National Communication Council (CNC). Minister of Communication, Nestor Bankumukunzi told MPs the reform aims at improving the council’s efficiency. This law will allo…

[Iwacu] The National Assembly passed yesterday a bill revising the law governing the National Communication Council (CNC). Minister of Communication, Nestor Bankumukunzi told MPs the reform aims at improving the council's efficiency. This law will allow CNC to grant journalists a professional press card and withdraw it from them.CNC to grant and withdraw the press card from journalists

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

President Bashir Witnesses Chad’s Freedom and Democracy Festival Celebrations

[SNA] Ndjamena -President of the Republic Omar Bashir and his accompanying delegation on Friday witnessed with President Idriss Debby, the freedom and democracy celebrations.

[SNA] Ndjamena -President of the Republic Omar Bashir and his accompanying delegation on Friday witnessed with President Idriss Debby, the freedom and democracy celebrations.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Tabu Ley Fans to Mark 4th Anniversary of His Death

[Nation] Hordes of fans of legendary Congolese crooner Tabu Ley Rochereau across the world this weekend be marking the fourth anniversary of his death in a Belgian hospital that followed several years of a debilitating illness that silenced his lovely …

[Nation] Hordes of fans of legendary Congolese crooner Tabu Ley Rochereau across the world this weekend be marking the fourth anniversary of his death in a Belgian hospital that followed several years of a debilitating illness that silenced his lovely voice.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Spotlight Shifts to ICC Referral and Somalia Border Case

[Nation] The spotlight is expected to temporarily swing from politics as the government focuses on two events regarding the International Criminal Court and the country’s maritime border dispute with Somalia at the International Court of Justice.

[Nation] The spotlight is expected to temporarily swing from politics as the government focuses on two events regarding the International Criminal Court and the country's maritime border dispute with Somalia at the International Court of Justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia