Smart Telecoms quits Tanzanian Market

 According to the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA), Smart Telecoms has officially closed all its business activities in Tanzania. Dr Emmanuel Manasseh, the acting director-general of TCRA said the Smart Telecoms had previously submitted its business closure request in March 2019. He said the network service provider wanted immediate closure in March which the TCRA […]

Nigeria: NIPR, Microsoft to Train Undergraduates On ICT

The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) stated that there in partnership with Microsoft to Train Varsity Undergraduates. NIPR already trains undergraduates of communication Arts across universities in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) for effective study and research. In addition, the aim is to encourage sound education in Nigeria and bring undergraduates up to speed […]

Lion Bones seized in South Africa

 Lion bones of close to 345kg bound for Malaysia were seized at South Africa’s O.R Tambo international airport on Friday. The shipment, consisting of 12 boxes of lion bones, was seized at the Johannesburg airport because it did not have the proper documentation. The bones were wrapped in aluminium foil and weighed a total of […]

Kenya Loughs-Off Somalia Allegation of Air-Space Violation

Kenya Loughs-Off Somalia for a complaint at the UN aviation agency for Allegations of violating Mogadishu’s Airspace last Evening. It stated that Nairobi had violated Mogadishu’s airspace, through the aircraft in question belonged to the horn of Africa country. The Nation had a meeting with officials’ confident people about the Somalia Issue. It clearly said […]

October, 11 By Christina News

Sexual Harassment in West African Universities

After a year-long investigation, popular broadcasting network BBC released a scandalous documentary. Watch full BBC investigation. that extensively explored sexual harassments at the University of Lagos in Nigeria and the University of Ghana. The 54-minute-long video titled Sex for Grades exposed lecturers propositioning journalists who went undercover in the universities. Three of the lecturers featured in […]

October, 10 By Elizabeth News

Xenophobia: South Africa apologises to Nigeria

The South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has tendered his apologies to the president and citizens of Nigeria about the Xenophobic attacks. The apology comes two weeks after the deadly Xenophobia attacks that led to Nigeria evacuating its citizens from South Africa. The special envoy Mr Jeff Radebe tendered the apology to President Muhammadu Buhari in […]

September, 17 By Elizabeth News