Politics: Latest News
Makula Dunbar, 1:02 pm
The NGO Reporters Without Borders condemned Tuesday the policy of “obstruction to freedom of information imposed by the Moroccan authorities in Western Sahara” after Morocco’s refusal to allow entry of a foreign journalist
Dana Sanchez, 7:29 pm
Various Japanese companies have shown an interest in Zimbabwe’s mining industry but have been obstructed by lack of transparency over mining concessions.
Dana Sanchez, 2:01 pm
The 15-member U.N. Security Council is tasked with maintaining international peace and security. China, France, Russia, Britain and the U.S. are the five permanent members and they have veto power.
Makula Dunbar, 1:03 pm
West African heads of state will meet, maybe as soon as this month, to adopt a code to fight growing piracy in their coastal waters
Dana Sanchez, 7:58 pm
Adele Natogo left her nine children and village an eight-hour walk away to sift through piles of terracotta rubble for gold in Eastern South Sudan. But the pickings are slim, said Trader Samuel Kivuva.
Dana Sanchez, 6:43 pm
There are 333 Japanese companies operating in Africa, according to the Japan External Trade Organization.
Dana Sanchez, 5:56 pm
Among the star performers attracting growing numbers of investment projects are Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia Mozambique, Mauritius and South Africa.
Makula Dunbar, 5:20 pm
Washington has launched on Monday a new project in South Sudan that will push for good governance in the new country
Dana Sanchez, 2:12 pm
The Japan International Cooperation Agency, which is involved in a 24.7 million acre agricultural development project in Mozambique, says the locals don’t understand the project. It’s aimed at improving farmers’ skills and will boost their standard of living.
Dana Sanchez, 6:05 pm
The dispute at the mines near Steelpoort adds to long-running friction in the mining industry that caused a slowdown in production, raised concerns about Africa’s largest economy and sent the rand to fresh four-year lows.
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