Optimism as China navigates economic transition

China's positive economic outlook is grounded in a robust new growth engine characterized by a burgeoning middle class.
By Admin Jan. 21, 2024
Billions pledged for green energy as Africa climate talks enter second day
Billions pledged for green energy as Africa climate talks enter second day
Al-Jaber, who is also president of the COP28 climate summit, said a consortium including Masdar would help develop 15 gigawatts of clean power by 2030.
By Aljazeera Sep. 5, 2023
Motoring: Citroen C3 a stylish budget-friendly car
The requirement for mobility among the general public has made entry-level car options very popular right now.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Aug. 11, 2023
EU car ban to affect platinum sales
Zimbabwe is joint second with Russia, behind South Africa, in terms of platinum resources.
By Newzwire Jun. 2, 2023
Mozambique proposes pay cut for top officials
Mr Tonela said some of their salaries were significantly higher than those paid to other executives and specialised professionals.
By Bbc News May. 26, 2023
Malawi, Mozambique race to rescue survivors as cyclone toll rises above 270
 In neighbouring Mozambique at least 21 people had died as of Tuesday, according to the disaster agency.
By Reuters Mar. 15, 2023
Uganda assures on Ebola fears as tourists cancel plans
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has assured foreign visitors that the Ebola outbreak will be brought under control.
By Bbc News Nov. 16, 2022
Nigerian police find 10 bodies near Lagos-Abuja road.
Nigerian police say they have found the bodies of 10 young men abandoned
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022
Ethiopia deal: Excellent news but still work to do
World leaders have hailed the deal signed by the two sides in Ethiopia’s civil war ending hostilities.
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022
Ex-Liberian fighter sentenced to life by French court
A court in Paris has sentenced a former Liberian rebel commander to life in jail
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022
Emerging issues in the boardroom
This shows commitment of the organisation in keeping its employees healthy, which may have an impact on the entity's ability to retain people.
By Nigel Chimhofu Oct. 14, 2022
How UNICEF Is Helping To Improve Education In Zimbabwe?

United Nations International Emergency Fund or UNICEF is known for working on humanitarian and providing digital aid to children across the globe. Since its inception, it has helped children of many countries by providing them with the support to complete their education along with providing them with an environment where they can continue their education. […]

By The Independent May. 14, 2022
Inching toward restitution: Belgium hands over an inventory of artifacts to the DRC

The visit was greeted by Belgium’s Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo, and Thomas Dermine, state secretary for science policy, recovery programme, and strategic investments; as well as Guido Gryseels, director general of the museum.

By The Independent Feb. 25, 2022
Optimism as China navigates economic transition
China's positive economic outlook is grounded in a robust new growth engine characterized by a burgeoning middle class.
By Admin Jan. 21, 2024
Son of ousted Gabon president charged with treason
Noureddin Bongo Valentin, who's 31, was arrested shortly after last month's coup.
By Bbc News Sep. 20, 2023
Madagascan president's ex-aide pleads not guilty to bribery in London
They both appeared at Southwark Crown Court on Friday, where Andrianarisoa pleaded not guilty to one count of bribery ahead of a trial due to take place in February.
By Reuters Sep. 9, 2023
Billions pledged for green energy as Africa climate talks enter second day
Al-Jaber, who is also president of the COP28 climate summit, said a consortium including Masdar would help develop 15 gigawatts of clean power by 2030.
By Aljazeera Sep. 5, 2023
Motoring: Citroen C3 a stylish budget-friendly car
The requirement for mobility among the general public has made entry-level car options very popular right now.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Aug. 11, 2023
EU car ban to affect platinum sales
Zimbabwe is joint second with Russia, behind South Africa, in terms of platinum resources.
By Newzwire Jun. 2, 2023
Mozambique proposes pay cut for top officials
Mr Tonela said some of their salaries were significantly higher than those paid to other executives and specialised professionals.
By Bbc News May. 26, 2023
Malawi, Mozambique race to rescue survivors as cyclone toll rises above 270
 In neighbouring Mozambique at least 21 people had died as of Tuesday, according to the disaster agency.
By Reuters Mar. 15, 2023
Uganda assures on Ebola fears as tourists cancel plans
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has assured foreign visitors that the Ebola outbreak will be brought under control.
By Bbc News Nov. 16, 2022
Nigerian police find 10 bodies near Lagos-Abuja road.
Nigerian police say they have found the bodies of 10 young men abandoned
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022
Ethiopia deal: Excellent news but still work to do
World leaders have hailed the deal signed by the two sides in Ethiopia’s civil war ending hostilities.
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022
Ex-Liberian fighter sentenced to life by French court
A court in Paris has sentenced a former Liberian rebel commander to life in jail
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022
Emerging issues in the boardroom
This shows commitment of the organisation in keeping its employees healthy, which may have an impact on the entity's ability to retain people.
By Nigel Chimhofu Oct. 14, 2022
How UNICEF Is Helping To Improve Education In Zimbabwe?

United Nations International Emergency Fund or UNICEF is known for working on humanitarian and providing digital aid to children across the globe. Since its inception, it has helped children of many countries by providing them with the support to complete their education along with providing them with an environment where they can continue their education. […]

By The Independent May. 14, 2022
Inching toward restitution: Belgium hands over an inventory of artifacts to the DRC

The visit was greeted by Belgium’s Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo, and Thomas Dermine, state secretary for science policy, recovery programme, and strategic investments; as well as Guido Gryseels, director general of the museum.

By The Independent Feb. 25, 2022