Category: Africa

St Louis Institute prides itself in providing quality education for youths across Africa

Known for its ability to create numerous problem-solving opportunities for youths in Cameroon and across Africa, St Louis Institute is a Higher Institution in Cameroon's economic capital Douala. Situated in…

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Meet Amina Longoh, Chad’s Youngest Minister at 29

Chad’s President Idris Deby has joined the list of African Presidents who do not only listen to youths but are changing the status quo by appointing new and young cabinet…

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Bouenguidi Sports qualify for maiden CAF Champions League as FEGAFOOT Cancels 2019/2020 Season

By Beng Emmanuel The Gabonese Football Federation has canceled the National Championship, over three months since it was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Gabon joins Mauritania,Gambia Uganda and several…

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Liberia’s ex-President to chair Independent evaluation of global COVID-19 response – WHO

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced Thursday, the initiation of an Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (IPPR) to evaluate the world’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The WHO…

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Africa Day: UN Boss calls on others to heed ceasefire call like armed groups in Cameroon, Sudan & South Sudan

UN chief Antonio Guterres has called on other African Nations to support his call for a global ceasefire call, amid the coronavirus outbreak.  African countries have “demonstrated commendable leadership” battling…

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COVID-19: The Untold dilemma of African football federations

By Beng Emmanuel Sports writer African Football Federations have found little joy to make public as the future of their domestic championships that have been suspended amid the Corona Virus…

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WHO says medicinal plants like Artemisia annua being considered as possible treatments for COVID-19

The World Health Organization said Monday that medicinal plants such as Artemisia annua are being considered as possible treatments for COVID-19 and should be tested for efficacy and adverse side…

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African Nations begin easing coronavirus lockdowns

Some African countrires have begun loosening coronavirus restrictions, with other countries watching closely to see how they might safely emerge from their lockdowns.  There are now more than over 33,000…

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Coronavirus: France is donating billions of FCFA to Cameroon and other African countries

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) has swept through Africa, medical experts are warning that it is just a matter of time before Africa would see an exponential increase in cases.  France…

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Madagascar set to launch traditional remedy for coronavirus

With no approved drugs for the new coronavirus, some Africans are considering traditional medication.  The use of medicinal plants as a fundamental component of the African traditional healthcare system is…

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