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Monthly Archives: July 2017

New £10 note stirs controversy

The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney has unveiled the new plastic £10 at the Winchester Cathedral. The note, which follows the polymer...

US Ouakam suspended, sanctions in view

As a result of the wall of the Demba Diop stadium in Dakar, Senegal which collapsed on Saturday killing eight people and injuring almost...

World’s most travelled footballer?

The weekend when he transferred from Ivorian side ASEC Mimosas to Egypt’s Al Masry. He joined on a 2-year deal the Egyptian side confirmed. The...

Malala advises Nigeria on education

Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai has urged Nigeria to put emphasis on education. The 20 year old Pakistani girls’ education activist made the plea during her...

No more local content offshore – Lai

The honourable minister for Information, Lai Mohammed, has warned against the production of music videos and films outside the country. He said over the weekend...

Elders campaign walk for Mandela’s b/day

A group of global leaders, called the Elders, working for peace and human rights founded by Nelson Mandela on July 18, 2007, has launched...

Japan freezes aid to Mozambique

Japan has frozen US$100 million in donations and loans to Mozambique due to the scandal of undisclosed loans by two public companies, the head...

Wanted: $274m for Zimbabwe’s election

Zimbabwe’s election agency said on Tuesday it needs $274 million to finance next year’s presidential and parliamentary elections, in which President Robert Mugabe plans...

S/Africa, Kenya, & Ethiopia on IAAF medals table

Three African countries made the top 10 on the medals table of the on-going18th International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) youth championship in Kenya. South...

CAF moves to review footballing events

The Africa Cup of Nations could be moved to June or July as part of changes being discussed by the continent's ruling body. The Nations...