Thursday, 17 January 2019
Home Africa

Africa

Nigeria’s oldest mosque seeks partnership with Turkey

Authorities at Nigeria’s first modern mosque in southwestern Lagos state have called for a partnership with the Turkish government in the running of the...

Boko Haram kills another aid worker in Nigeria

Boko Haram militants in Nigeria on Monday killed another aid worker, who was abducted in the country’s northeast Rann town, a minister said. Hauwa Liman,...

S. African minister says he was fired over nuclear deal

South Africa’s Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene claimed on Wednesday that he was fired by former President Jacob Zuma in 2015, because he refused to...

South African Unions Tell Government to Review Relations with Israel

The newly-elected and first woman president of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), Zingiswa Losi, has called on the ruling African National...

Central Bank rejects Egyptian Tax Authority proposal for disclosure of accounts

The governor of the Central Bank of Egypt said on Sunday that the bank would not, under any circumstances, accept a proposed amendment to...

Nigerian soldiers protest as Boko Haram attacks surge

KANO: Disillusioned and exhausted, Nigerian troops battling a surge in Boko Haram jihadist attacks have reached breaking point, protesting less than six months before...

Tunisians demand government block entry of Israel-linked cargo ship

Activists and trade unions in Tunisia are demanding that their government prevent an Israeli-chartered cargo ship from docking at the port of Radès. The vessel Cornelius...