Oil Discovery in Congo Could Quadruple Production.

DRC- Two oil companies have discovered the first oil deposit in the northern part of Congo. The oil discovery could produce nearly 1 million barrels of oil per day. Likewise, with the possibility of quadrupling the nation’s output and propelling it into the same league as Africa’s largest producers. The announcement It was announced that […]

Sudan Crisis: The Long Road to a Civilian State

August 4th, 2019 will forever be memorable to the Sudan civilians, and the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) would remain in the hearts of the people of Sudan. The FFC had put in an intense fight to make sure the ruling Transitional Military Council agreed to some of its terms. The Sudanese people have […]

The standoff between the Nigerian Police and Army

Following an incident that took place on Tuesday 6th of August 2019, the Nigerian Army has been accused by the police of killing three police officers and a civilian. The police claim that this was done to protect a notorious kidnapper, Alhaji Hamisu. The Army has however refuted this claim blaming the killings as a […]

The Initial Universal Healthcare Cost in South Africa is at $17 Billion

On Thursday, South Africa published its draft on the National Health Insurance (NHI) bill.  With one senior official estimating universal healthcare for millions of more impoverished citizens would cost about 256 billion rands ($16.89 billion) to implement by 2022. The bill concerning the (NHI Fund), paves the way for a comprehensive overhaul of South Africa’s […]

Balala Urges Tourism Players to Unite.

Najib Balala who is the secretary on the cabinet of tourism has called upon the players of tourism and traveler to operate as one entity to continue boosting the performance of the sector. He stated this on the ceremony of Kenya Association of Travel Agents (KATA) and instated that the uniting of this players will […]