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Ukraine: End war so children can ‘regain their childhoods’

Some 13 months of often brutal fighting and attacks on civilians since Russia’s large-scale invasion of Ukraine began, have left millions displaced, with key civilian infrastructure in need of urgent protection. Ensuring nuclear safety Touring the area around Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, Rafael Mariano Grossi, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the… Read More

Chad’s interim president pardons 380 rebels jailed for 2021 death of former president

Chad’s interim president, Mahamat Idriss Deby, has pardoned 380 rebels from group, The Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT). They were part of a group of 400 people who were handed life sentences last Tuesday in connection with the 2021 death of his father, the country’s long-time ruler, Idriss Deby Itno. He was killed when he went to… Read More

Harris visits Ghana’s president, promises aid, investments

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday praised Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo for his “democratic principles” during a visit with the West African leader, who’s facing rising discontent over inflation and fresh concerns about regional security. Harris is just beginning a weeklong trip to the continent that will also take her to Tanzania and Zambia, part of a concerted effort… Read More
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“Niniola is Beautiful But I’m Finer Than Her” – Singer, Teni Says

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now. Subscribe In a video spreading on Twitter, Nigerian singer, Teni was asked to say good things about her sister, Niniola who also happens to be an artist like her. Recall that both women are the popular Apata sisters; and though while some often state they are cousins, both females address… Read More

Kenya Airways posts record $290M loss despite revenue growth in 2022

Kenya Airways remained loss-making in 2022 with a net loss more than doubling to hit a record Ksh38.26 billion ($290.62 million). It grew 1.4 times from Ksh15.87 billion ($120.55 million) posted in 2021 and took the national carrier’s accumulated loss to Ksh172.68 billion ($1.3 billion). The results were announced during a virtual investor briefing, Monday (Mar. 27). Costs grew from… Read More

Moroccan villagers keep communal store tradition alive

High in the rugged hills some 460 kilometres (280 miles) south of the capital Rabat, Ait Kine is home to one of country’s few remaining collective granaries called agadir in Amazigh, Morocco’s Berber language. According to Abdelghani Charai, merchant of village of Ait Kine; “The granary was a guarantee of security, especially in the event of an “insiba” (rebellion of local… Read More
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Ghana: Seidu Iddrisu launches independent music publishing…

The new venture is in line with his commitment to helping artists receive proper representation while promoting transparency and equality in the music publishing industry. His role will involve consulting with songwriters and composers as an independent music publisher, allowing him the opportunity to work more closely with artists he says “would not otherwise receive the representation they deserve.” According to… Read More
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Amstel Malta Reaffirms Support For African Music, Film, Culture

Posted by Eric Ojo Entertainment News, Latest News Sunday, March 26th, 2023 (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Premium malt brand, Amstel Malta, has reaffirmed its commitment to promoting African music, film, and culture. This reassurance is coming Amstel Malta celebrates African excellence as proud co-headline sponsor of the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) for the 9th year running. The AMVCA which… Read More

DRC: 14 tribesmen killed by militia in west

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has killed 14 people, including two traditional chiefs, since Friday by alleged militiamen from a rival tribe, an administrative official said on Monday. The chief of the village of Kimpasi, in the Kisia-Ngasi grouping, was killed in his residence by assailants from Kwamouth,” Amedeo Bangambuma, administrator of the Bagata territory in Kwilu province, told… Read More