Voters from 11 constituencies located in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions were once again called upon to cast their votes for partial legislative ... elections, held on 22 March, after the Constitutional Council decided to nullify the 9 February vote. However, the latest round was marred by violence and aroused little interest.
As Nigeria wakes up to its new reality of the pandemic in its borders; decision-makers at both the government and the private sector need to ... take action to ensure the virus doesn't spread as fast it has in other countries. But with the private sector still lagging in this, and the government late to implement measures, many wonder if it's already a hopeless situation.
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With dwindling oil prices, medical doctors embarking on strike, banditry, an unending insurgency, millions of out-of-school children roaming ... the streets and a possible outbreak of the coronavirus, Northern Nigeria, is preparing for a devastating pandemic.
Citi has been appointed by the African Development Bank to help tap markets with a bond to finance governments and companies fighting coronavirus ... in Africa, Miguel Azevedo, Citi’s head of investment banking for Africa and the Middle East, told The Africa Report.
After China and Europe, what if it’s Africa’s turn next? To stop the coronavirus, swift action needs to be taken immediately – before Africa’s ... vulnerable health systems are brought to its knees. Italy realised this too late.