Category Archives: Education

Cameroon Suspending Pay for 25,000 ‘Ghost Workers’

YAOUNDE Cameroon says it is suspending the payment of wages to 25,000 civil servants who it says may have died or left the country, but payments to whom continue to defraud the state.Cameroon Finance Minister Louis Paul Motaze says after

Armed Chadian Group Attacks Forces Loyal to Haftar in Southern Libya

BENGHAZI A Chadian armed group attacked a military camp of forces loyal to General Khalifa Haftar in southern Libya on Thursday, killing one fighter, a local official and a spokesman for Haftar said.After the toppling of Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi...

France Drops Probe of Air Crash That Led to Rwandan Genocide

PARIS French authorities have dropped a sensitive investigation into the plane crash that sparked Rwanda's 1994 genocide, citing lack of sufficient evidence.Several people close to Rwanda's current president, Paul Kagame, had been under investigation. ...

SPAIN-GHANA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LAUNCHED

ACCRA, The Spain-Ghana Chamber of Commerce was launched during a stakeholder and media event held at the residence of the Ambassador of Spain to Ghana, Alicia Rico in Accra.The Spain�Ghana Chamber of Commerce among other things will primarily serve as

British Schoolgirls at Risk of FGM During Christmas Break

As many families prepare to holiday abroad during the festive season,British charities on Monday warned that girls taken overseas could be at risk of female genital mutilation.Known as FGM, female genital mutilation is a ritual that usually involves th...

UN investigates systematic sexual violence across South Sudan

Widespread and systematic sexual violence across South Sudan, just a few months after the country's top two politicians signed a renewed commitment to peace, was at the top of the UN Commission on Human Rights in the country's agenda on

UN investigates systematic sexual violence across South Sudan

Widespread and systematic sexual violence across South Sudan, just a few months after the country's top two politicians signed a renewed commitment to peace, was at the top of the UN Commission on Human Rights in the country's agenda on

US Rethinking Peacekeeping Role in Africa

The United States is rethinking its role in U.N. peacekeeping missions across Africa, with White House National Security Adviser John Bolton and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis looking to place U.S. forces and resources elsewhere.When Bolton outlined the ...