A leading opposition politician in Zimbabwe, Nelson Chamisa has vowed to expel Chinese investors who are "looting" the country if he wins the presidential elections due in July.
In a press release dated Wednesday May 2, the archbishop of Bamenda confirms the release of Rev William Neba abducted some few days back by secessionist fighters.
Unidentified gunmen attacked a church this morning in the Central African Republic killing about six people and injuring others.
Government says in less than four months, at least 30 schools have been burnt down in the English speaking regions of Cameroon forcing hundreds of teachers to flee.
According to the Minister of Post and Telecommunications, some telecommunication companies are still delivering 2G services to its customers.
Zimbabwe has become the second African country in which the cultivation of cannabis has been made legal.
Male circumcision could reduce the risk of heterogeneous men contracting HIV/Aids by about 60%
With a bunch of products offered and a consignment of ideas, Arrey Bate today stands as one of the promising figures of the digital landscape in Cameroon.
Liverpool’s goal machine Mohamed Salah has picked up another title. The Egypt striker has been named The Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year.
Media reports have it that the principal of Saint Bedes College who was kidnapped on Monday April 30, in Belo, has been released.
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