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Former Malawi President denies $7 million cement scandal

Former Malawi President Peter Mutharika has denied involvement in a $7 million cement scandal touching on him.The scandal...

China orders the U.S to shut its consulate in Chengdu

China has responded at the U.S by ordering them to close down its consulate in the city of Chengdu.

U.S COVID-19 confirmed cases surpass 4 million

Confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S have surpassed the 4 million mark reflecting how the virus is spreading like bush fire in...

South Africa confirms 572 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours

South Africa has recorded a daily high number of COVID-19 deaths at 572 bringing the accumulative number of deaths in the country...

Uganda investigating its first coronavirus related death

The Ministry of Health in Uganda has launched an investigation into the death of a 34-year-old female patient who died in a...

U.S gov’t agrees to pay $1.95B to secure COVID-19 vaccines

The US government has agreed to $1.95 billion in order to purchase 100 million doses of a possible coronavirus vaccine.

Ethiopian Airline catches fire in Shanghai loading cargo

An Ethiopian Airline plane was on fire on Thursday at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, China as it was loading goods.

Uganda reopens salons, Boda Boda to resume on 27th July

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has on Tuesday ordered immediate re-opening of salons in the country.Addressing the country, the...

Nigerian Foreign Minister tests positive for coronavirus

Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama has tested positive for coronavirus as confirmed by the leader himself.In a short...

Museveni flags off 25 vehicles donated to combat COVID-19

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has on Sunday flagged off 25 vehicles donated by the National COVID-19 team to be used to combat...

Trump’s video disabled by Twitter on copyright grounds

A video retweeted by President Donald Trump has been disabled by Twitter on copyrights grounds.The video has since...

Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg confirms cancer recurrence

The U.S Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg has confirmed to be undergoing chemotherapy following a recurrence of cancer.

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Politicians, local officials arrested over Mau clashes

Rift Valley Regional coordinator George Natembeya has confirmed the arrest of politicians and local officials in connection to the Mau clashes.

Australia’s Victoria declare state of disaster due to COVID-19

The state of Victoria in Australia has declared a state of disaster in order to curb the rising number of COVID-19 cases...

690 people test positive for COVID-19 in Kenya

Kenya has on Sunday confirmed 690 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the accumulative confirmed number of cases to 22,053.

Edgar Obare to appear in court on Monday over Joho’s saga

Tea master Edgar Obare is set to appear in court on Monday following a controversial piece linking Mombasa Governor Ali Joho and...