Mali said it is expelling the French ambassador because of “hostile and outrageous” comments by former colonial power France
Gambian voters will head to the polls on Saturday in the first presidential election in 27 years that does
The prestigious 2021 Goncourt Prize has been won by Mohamed Mbougar Sarr, with his novel “La plus secrète mémoire des hommes”, or “The most secret memory of men.” The book was published in France by Philippe Rey. Mohamed Mbougar Sarr thus became the first writer from sub-Saharan Africa to receive France’s most prestigious literary prize.…
I’ve written about US news media coverage of the African continent over the course of many years. In my analysis of the coverage seen, the emphasis continues to be on what’s wrong with the continent, with little effort made to report progress made over many decades of African social, economic, and democratic change. The coverage…
A case of Ebola virus has been confirmed in Cote d’Ivoire for the first time since 1994, the country’s Ministry of Health has confirmed. The World Health Organization (WHO) is coordinating the delivery of vaccines to the country.
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 Star March…
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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