The U.S. Congress has issued a damning report that puts the blame for the Ethiopian and Lion Air crashes squarely on U.S.
AS the six-month long Covid-19 state of emergency lapses, Namibia's borders are once again open but travel might still be ...
Doctors Without Borders collaborated with the Ministry of Health and Child Care to pilot a model of care adapted to the local ...
On a mission to satisfy local demand for rice, the Mitiri Cooperative of Young Rice Producers are fighting for the ...
The United States African Development Foundation (USADF) is celebrating a decade of its Feed the Future campaign, which ...
THE government has decided not to extend the state of emergency which was implemented six months ago to curb the impact of ...
The Namibian government will open up the country for international travel from September 18, 2020, as it ends a ...
The Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidential Center for Women and Development (EJS Center) is opening applications for women ...
The National Resistance Movement (NRM) has ordered fresh elections in 54 polling stations in Pallisa where rigging was ...
The Rev Charles Okunya Oode, whose consecration and enthronement as the second Bishop of Kumi Diocese was revoked, is seeking an injunction to stop the the election of another overseer until his suit ...
The Uganda Prisons Service yesterday dispatched a team of investigators to establish the cause of prisoners' escape from ...
Somali President Mohamed Farmaajo has appointed Mohamed Hussein Roble as the country's prime minister, replacing Hassan ...