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COVID-19

COVID-19: WHO says 20 percent of Africans to be vaccinated by the end of 2021

The African Union said on Thursday it has secured an additional 400 million doses of vaccines to the already purchased 270 million. This comes...

Surge in Mobile Games Industry Revenue Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

The mobile games industry exploded in 2020, with revenues and downloads reaching record levels amid the lockdown. As the number of people playing and...

South Africa sees vaccine deal terms finalized within a month

South Africa's health department expects to finalize accords to buy millions of additional coronavirus vaccines within about a month and has agreed on an...

Analysis

A case for improved Health Budget in Africa

By Katherine Igiezele A healthy society is a productive society. A country’s or continent’s ability to thrive is intricately linked to its state of wellbeing,...

Shambala Glory, voted world’s best game reserve in 2020

The luxury safari hotspot Shambala Game Reserve in Limpopo has been given the award of the world’s leading private game reserve in the 2020...

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African of the week

DG WHO Names African of the Year 2020 by African Leadership Magazine

By Alkali Amana The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has been awarded the Prestigious African of the Year 2020...

Business

UK Boosts Interests In Nigeria With Approval For More Foreign Direct Investments

The United Kingdom has, over the weekend, granted approval for more foreign direct investments into Lagos State, Nigeria. The approval was granted through the...

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and the World Trade Organisation …A Boon for the Global Economy

By Walcott Aganu After diplomatic horse-trading, the new head of the World Trade Organisation has been confirmed – former Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. Following...

AfCTA – Nigeria Export Requirements

By Walcott Aganu The AfCFTA presents an obvious and critical response to Africa's developmental challenges, having the potential to enable African countries to boost intra-Africa...

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Politics & Economy

NIRSAL Expending Efforts Towards Boosting Agribusiness In Nigeria

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending (NIRSAL PLC), Abdulhameed Abdulrasheed, has disclosed that the organization has invested...

Nigerian Senate to partner NBC, food and beverages manufacturers to improve environmental health

The chairman Senate Committee on Environment, Senator Ike Ekweremadu has expressed the preparedness of the National Assembly to partner with the Nigerian Bottling Company,...

How partnerships, good Governance can help promote shared prosperity in Africa – Malawi President, Lazarus Chakwera

Good Governance has been described as the key to unlocking global partnerships for shared prosperity in Africa. This was the position of the President...

SDGs

AfDB Marks 40 years of evaluating progress as experts review SDGs and Covid-19

The African Development Bank celebrated 40 years of evaluating its development efforts in a discussion marked evaluation week during a biennial event on development...

A case for improved Health Budget in Africa

By Katherine Igiezele A healthy society is a productive society. A country's or continent's ability to thrive is intricately linked to its state of wellbeing,...

UN votes $15m to combat famine in Borno, Yobe, Adamawa States in Nigeria.

The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund has given $15m to ensure that the projected famine in the north-east states of Nigeria Borno, Adamawa,...

The ALM Woman

Kenyan refugee named Australia’s Local Hero of 2021 for her work advocating for migrants facing domestic violence

Rosemary Kariuki emigrated from Kenya to Sydney in 1999, carrying only a few hundred dollars, some clothes, and gifts for strangers. She made her first...

AWB Launches Podcast to Curb Violence Against Women

The African Women on Board (AWB), a non-profit organization, has recently launched a safety in the workplace podcast series titled, 'She Thrives', which is...

29-year-old Fadji Zaouna Maina becomes the first Nigerien scientist to join NASA

History was made in the Niger Republic recently when 29-year-old Fadji Zouna Maina became the first-ever Nigerien to be employed by the world-famous National...

Environment

Nexans Inaugurates New Cable Accessories Plant in Morocco

Nexans has strengthened its industrial presence in Morocco with the inauguration of a new plant for the Telecom Systems Business Unit. Located in the...

Can South Africa Solve Its Energy Crisis?

Policy debates in SA’s energy sector are becoming increasingly polarised, but it is critical to ensure broad participation if we want to re-imagine the energy...

Climate change: A Dialogue Falling on Deaf Ears

While African leadership has made relatively slow progress in tackling climate change, climate conditions are suddenly playing out at entirely different levels. In recent...