The Ethiopian Government has resolved to drop its nomination to endorse the World Health Organisation (WHO) Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus for his second term.
In a letter to WHO, Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused Dr. Ghebreyesus of his continued support for Tigray People's
The stone remains of two ancient royal statues and colorful walls and columns were unearthed in Egypt’s monument-rich city of Luxor, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said in a statement on Thursday.
The new discovery was made by the Egyptian-German archeological mission during the restoration
Australia's immigration minister Alex Hawke has canceled Novak Djokovic’s visa saying the world tennis number one, who is unvaccinated against COVID-19, may pose a risk to the community.
This is the second time Australia is canceling his visa. The minister used “the Migration Act to cancel
A mechanical engineer quit his job to venture into the lucrative chili farming business on the back of the struggling sugar industry in Kenya.
Balminder Signh Sochi, who for many years ran Kisumu Engineering Works Limited which specialized in servicing sugar mills and machinery in Nyanza
Europe's largest carmaker Volkswagen is falling further behind Tesla in the race to dominate the market for electric cars.
Volkswagen delivered 452,900 battery-electric cars to customers in 2021, nearly double its total from the previous year. But that wasn't enough to keep pace with Tesla, which
Zimbabwe managed to significantly cut its trade deficit towards the end of 2021 after it registered an increase in the value of its exports and a decrease in the value of its imports.
According to the Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (Zimstat), the trade deficit went down
For many companies in Kenya, corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become an essential part for the organization’s growth. CSR creates brand love among consumers and the latter can easily associate with such companies.
Consumers have tended to lean towards brands that support and give back to
Ride-Hailing app, Bolt which operates both in Africa and Europe has secured Ksh.81.81 billion to fast track the mission to have cities move in more affordable and sustainable ways.
The round of funding led by Sequoia and Fidelity management will help to build cities which need
President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on politicians to work together with a view of improving the lives of all Kenyans and has assured to continue engaging with all leaders, irrespective of their political persuasions, so as to ensure that Kenya becomes a strong and united
The U.S. on Wednesday threatened Somalia with sanctions if it fails to meet a recently agreed timetable for holding elections.
“Somalia’s elections are more than a year behind schedule. The U.S. is prepared to take measures against spoilers if the new National Consultative Council timeline is