In the 10 years that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid has been Ruler of Dubai, the emirate has not only defied a global economic crisis, but emerged from it bigger, better, stronger, smarter – and happier. It was less than a… Read More ›
Burundi’s government will not take part in peace talks with the opposition scheduled for Wednesday, a senior official said, casting doubts on efforts to end months of violence. “No dialogue tomorrow neither on January 16 as many may think, because… Read More ›
The Gambia’s government has banned its female employees from leaving their hair uncovered at work, a leaked memo quoted by private newspapers says. Women should use a “head tie and neatly wrap their hair”, the memo said, without giving reasons… Read More ›
Press Statement John Kirby Spokesperson, Bureau of Public Affairs Washington, DC January 2, 2016 The United States is deeply disappointed that President Paul Kagame has announced his intention to run for a third term in office. With this decision, President Kagame… Read More ›
Sierra Leone: President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has appointed the head of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara, the Attorney General and Minister of Justice of the Republic of Sierra Leone. The minister of Agriculture minister, Joseph Sam Sesay,… Read More ›
The President of Ghana, John Mahama, has banned public officials from first class air travel in a renewed effort to cut wasteful spending. Ghana – The ban, according to report, come into effect as the country implements an IMF aid… Read More ›
Sierra Leone: The Minister of Lands, Country Planning and the Environment, Hon. Musa Tarawalie, has been relieved of duty pending investigations on various issues that are yet to be disclosed.