Is The United Kingdom Welcoming To Africans?

By Correspondent , 26 , Nov 2013


BBC’s Africa Debate comes from the UK for the first time in a week of programmes focusing on the issue of migration in Britain on the BBC World Service. London, .. Read More →

What Not To do When Holidaying Abroad

By Correspondent , 26 , Nov 2013


By Masimba Mukichi Many people in the United Kingdom spend many months saving for a dream holiday abroad – indeed this is cool; make hay whilst the sun lasts- life .. Read More →

Mali Ballot Boxes Stolen

By Correspondent , 24 , Nov 2013


Bamako (AFP) - Ballot boxes were stolen in north Mali's Timbuktu region on Sunday, including one by armed men and several by a politician, officials told AFP, in the first .. Read More →

Nigerian Poet Publishes Three Books

By Correspondent , 24 , Nov 2013


There are three books in this content. They are, “The Disgrace of Marriage”, "Through the Crucible", and "The Many Wrong Doings of Madam Do-Good". “The Disgrace of Marriage” discusses issues .. Read More →

Nigerian President Now Fit To Travel

By Correspondent , 24 , Nov 2013


Abuja (AFP) - Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has been given the all clear to travel after falling ill while on an official visit to London, his spokesman said Saturday. Jonathan .. Read More →

Czech Businessman Man Arrested By South African Police

By Correspondent , 23 , Nov 2013


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African police said Friday they have arrested a Czech fugitive who is the controversial owner of a Johannesburg area shop where an explosion last week killed .. Read More →

Mali shooting Suspect Hates white Investigators

By Correspondent , 23 , Nov 2013


Bamako (AFP) - A Malian arrested after a French police officer was shot at in Bamako "hates white people" and has a history of violence, sources close to the investigation .. Read More →

Opposition Boycott Fail To Halt Mauritania Elections

By Correspondent , 23 , Nov 2013


Nouakchott (AFP) - Mauritanians voted on Saturday in nationwide elections overshadowed by a boycott of the "radical" opposition -- apart from an Islamist party calling its participation a struggle against .. Read More →

Western Donors Freeze $150 million Aid And Malawi Hits Back

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


Blantyre (Malawi) (AFP) - A Malawian minister on Thursday criticised Western donors for withholding aid worth $150 million after the government exposed corruption, saying it could prompt other African leaders .. Read More →

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