Latest News for: Africa citizens


Tinubu: External Funding Fuelling Illegal Mining, Terrorism in Africa

This Day 23 Apr 2024
Amina Mohammed, suggested that one of the ways to remove the engenderers of terrorism on the continent was for Africa to work to rebuild its social contract with its citizens, and deliver good governance.

No hurdles to US$360m tranche – Mission Chief assures

B & FT Online 23 Apr 2024
Earlier, the Director of the IMF Africa Department, Mr ... financing, although reaching that agreement is important,” the IMF Africa Director said in response to questions at the 2024 Spring Meetings.

Colorado woman appears to be latest victim of "Keanu Reeves Scam": "This is the real ...

CBS News 23 Apr 2024
A 65-year-old Colorado woman appears to be the latest victim of a widespread romance scam known as the "Keanu Reeves Scam." ... CBS ... "It was up to date ... Justice Department said scammers in West Africa communicate with victims in the U.S ... citizen," Rao said.

South Africa at 30: Reflections on democracy, progress and challenges

Independent online (SA) 22 Apr 2024
Despite this growth, South Africa continues to grapple with issues such as unemployment, poverty, and inequality, which impact the well-being of its citizens ... For South Africa to truly thrive, it must ...

Connected Africa Summit addressing continent’s challenges, opportunities and bridging digital divides

Voa News 22 Apr 2024
Africa's digital economy has immense potential…," Ruto said ... Experts say digital transformation in Africa can improve its industrialization, reduce poverty, create jobs, and improve its citizens' lives.

Who Is Nadeem Anjarwalla? Embattled Binance Executive Faces Extradition

CoinGape 22 Apr 2024
Who is Nadeem Anjarwalla?. Nadeem is a British-Kenyan citizen and a manager of Binance Africa ... Nadeem practiced law at Anjarwalla & Khanna, a leading commercial law firm in East Africa ... Possible Extradition To Nigeria ... Also Read ... ....

Gerhard Papke Interview: Hungarian Conservatism Seen as Threat to Left-Green Hegemony

Hungary Today 22 Apr 2024
... cooperation of sovereign nations for the benefit of all, not on a super-state controlled by Brussels that forces migration from Africa and the Middle East on the citizens of the EU against their will.

Man named Vote will cast ballot for change in South Africa

Union Leader 20 Apr 2024
LILLYDALE, South Africa — When Mariana Ubisi went into labor in her one-room home in rural South Africa, millions of Black citizens were queuing to vote in the election that would bring Nelson Mandela to power ....

Study highlights African Commission’s role in combating TOCs in Africa

The Point 19 Apr 2024
Mrs Abiola expressed that the failure of member states to deliver on their citizens' social and economic rights has contributed significantly to transnational organised crimes (TOCs) in Africa.

Vote will cast his ballot for change on May 29

Sowetan Live 19 Apr 2024
When Mariana Ubisi went into labour ...

Dirt under the Nails: A Tammy Taylor exposé

Independent online (SA) 19 Apr 2024
Peet Viljoen released a video on Instagram where he briefly referred to a document that he alleged demonstrated that he owned the Tammy Taylor trademark in South Africa ... in the US, to develop Tammy Taylor Nail salons in Africa.

UK weighs in on ‘religious freedom’ and poverty in India ahead of polls

Russia Today 19 Apr 2024
... stated that there are “more people in India are below the poverty line than there are in Sub-Saharan Africa.” ... UN lauds India for lifting 415 million citizens out of poverty in 15 years.

Elections 2024: Interrogate manifestos instead of listening to lofty promises

Mail Guardian South Africa 18 Apr 2024
The DG Murray Trust identified 10 opportunities for change in South Africa ... South Africa, as a middle-income country, should be able to feed all its citizens ... South Africa’s unemployed young people have often been described as a ticking time bomb.

Burkina Faso orders three French diplomats to leave country over ‘subversive activities’

Press TV 18 Apr 2024
Being one of the poorest countries in the world, Burkina Faso has been under the influence of terrorist groups linked to al-Qaeda and Daesh that have killed thousands of its citizens, creating one of the fastest-growing humanitarian crises in Africa.