Over the weekend, a media refresher workshop for Togolese Catholic Radio Sainte Thérèse staff was held at the Sokodé Diocesan centre in Kédia.
What’s At Stake: A lack of coverage by non-African media following the passing of a rising political star in Ivory coast, a clear lack of knowledge about African musical history at the US Grammys, and Tanzanians put democracy on display, with a peaceful transfer of power to a woman. Ivory Coast Mourns A Rising Political…
Côte d’Ivoire received 504,000 doses of lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine on Friday making it the second African nation in a week to benefit from the first shipments of shots from the UN-backed global COVAX initiative, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has reported.
Six hundred thousand doses of lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine from the UN-partnered COVAX initiative have arrived in Ghana: a historic first for the international partnership to provide equitable innoculations for all.
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Over the past few decades, Africa has shaped the wealth, foreign policy profile, academic success, and cultural life of America’s major cities. As part of a year-long research project, the CSIS Africa Program profiled the various ties 15 individual U.S. cities have to the continent; veering away from the recurrent themes of doom and gloom…
An Egyptian conglomerate worth billions of dollars has invested $120m to take control of the Right To Dream academy,
By Felix Onuah ABUJA, Jan 18 (Reuters) – Nigeria has written to the African Union to request 10 million COVID-19