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American singer Akon’s meeting with Uganda Prez sparks criticism

American rap artist and singer Akon has drawn criticism from rights activists over his meetings with Uganda's president as he pursues the development of a futuristic city in the country of East Africa.

Kenya freezes private importation of COVID-19 vaccines

Kenya government has ordered a quick suspension on private importations of vaccines, citing fears that it may lead to counterfeit inoculations arriving into the country.

Africa grows fertile ground for jihadis

From the vast landscape of the Sahel Desert to the Sinai Peninsula and now Mozambique. Africa is proving to be a very fertile land for jihadi groups. The ongoing conflicts in this area have also given the jihadis opportunities to set foot.

Only-Women’s lives in a village of Africa

Dozens of families live in a village in the African country of Kenya but not a single man. Now it is coming out from this village that the way for women to get ownership of land. In Kenya, less than two per cent of the strip of land is in the name of women.

Tanzanian President Magufuli dies at age of 61

Tanzania's President John Pombe Magufuli has died at the age of 61. It has been announced by Samia Suluhu Hassan, the Vice-President of Tanzania. In an address on government television, Hassan said that 'Magufuli died on Wednesday from cardiac complications.'

Encourage women’s participation; UN appeals world leaders

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appealed to the world's leaders to increase the equal participation of women in society.

Zimbabwe receives 200,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines from China

A plane carrying Zimbabwe’s first coronavirus vaccines, 200,000 doses donated by China, came in the capital Harare on Monday.

Pak cricket team made history, becomes first team in world to win 100 international T20s

Pakistan defeated South Africa by four wickets in the third and decisive match on Sunday to win the three-match T20 series 2-1. With this, she became the first team in the world to win 100 T20 Internationals.

Opposition leader Harmon condemns Venezuela’s preposterous decree

Leader of the Opposition of Guyana condemns Venezuela's preposterous decree. Joseph Harmon, who is the leader of the opposition, stated his view on this issue through social media.

Sleeping volcanoes rumble to living in Volcanic activity in St Vincent

Volcanoes that have been quiet for decades are rumbling to life in the eastern Caribbean, prompting officials to issue alerts in Martinique and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines as scientists rush in to study activity they say has not been observed in years.

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Over third of target population inoculated in St Kitts and Nevis, says PM Harris

Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, during a vaccination session at Sylvia Garnette Health Centre in Tabernacle said that more than a third portion of the target population has been vaccinated against COVID-19.

St Vincent: Another explosive eruption in La Soufrière volcano, total 30 explosions so far

At around 4:49 PM there was another explosive eruption in La Soufrière volcano in St Vincent and the Grendines which totalled 30 explosions so far

Prince Philip’s funeral: No state funeral due to COVID-19 restrictions

Prince Philip will be laid to rest today with a custom looking somewhat different to previous royal funerals — a resolution down to Philip's...

Nurse Arceo’s death in St Kitts is not related to COVID-19 vaccine: Authorities

Ministry of health St Kitts and Nevis stated that false news is being spread by people that Nurse Arceo died after taking the coronavirus...

Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley launched “Nevis Exposition” on Thursday

The Ministry of Tourism, Nevis, started its annual activity month for tourism, which we call Exposition Nevis. Our month of activities is planned from...