At least 53 per cent of children, aged 10-year-old in Ghana do not have proficiency in literacy and numeracy.
Analysts see the new unity government comprising the ANC and the opposition DA as a chance to stabilize the country.
The final list of candidtates for Rwanda's elections on 15 July has been published. There are only three candidates including ...
The newly elected Speaker of the National Assembly (NA) of the seventh administration, Thoko Didiza, has committed to ensure ...
The government is expected to receive consignments of oil pipes covering 100 kilometres each month for the next 11 months, to ...
Niger's highest court on Friday lifted immunity from prosecution for ousted President Mohamed Bazoum, clearing the way for ...
Press Release - In historic step, preventive Ebola vaccination to become norm in highest-risk countries Gavi will also ...
Violence against children caught in armed conflict reached "extreme levels" last year, with a "shocking" 21 per cent increase ...
The federal government has declared Monday and Tuesday, 17 and 18 June, public holidays to mark this year's Eid-el-Kabir celebration. This was contained in a statement by the Permanent Secretary of ...