U.N. concerned over Cameroon press safety after second journalist killed
The United Nations on Tuesday said it was concerned about the safety of journalists in Cameroon after a radio presenter was killed last week.
By Reuters Feb. 8, 2023
Media tycoon arrested over Cameroon journalist's death
The businessman Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga, the owner of L'Anecdote media group, was arrested just before dawn.
By BBC News Feb. 6, 2023
5 investors vie for StanChart
StanChart’s departure ends a 130-year presence in Zimbabwe.
By Tinashe Makichi and Sydney Kawadza Jan. 20, 2023
Big year ahead for Dakar Rally-bound Zim trio
The two have now teamed up with Sharp in a bid to hoist the country’s flag at the Dakar Rally in an initiative which they have dubbed Dakar 263.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Dec. 31, 2022
World Cup 2022: Samuel Eto'o appears to lash out at man in Qatar after game
Fecafoot and the Supreme Committee have been contacted for comment.
By BBC News Dec. 6, 2022
Can an African team win the World Cup?
An African team must win the World Cup in the near future.
By Matthew Andrews Nov. 19, 2022
Refugees, national security in Nigeria
THE discourse about refugees has focused on the human rights based approach although, of late, the refugees have been more of a threat to receiving nations.
By Tanaka Chibi Nov. 18, 2022
Zim steps up AfCFTA efforts
Zimbabwe however recently submitted the tariff offer to the AfCFTA secretariat for technical verification in line with the agreed modalities for trade in goods.
By Sydney Kawadza Oct. 21, 2022
Priests abducted as church burnt in Cameroon
Their abductors also burnt down a church during the attack in Nchang
By BBC News Sep. 20, 2022
Mapeza remains optimistic