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Egypt moves 22 Pharaonic mummies to new museum amid festive “golden parade”

Egypt moved on Saturday evening 22 Pharaonic mummies from the Egyptian Museum on Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo to the National Museum of Egyptian...

Minister calls for collaborative action to protect water bodies

Mrs. Cecilia Abena Daapah, Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, has called for a collaborative intervention to protect and conserve the country’s water...

Some 22,000 household latrines constructed under WASH for Health project

WASH for Health, a five-year sanitation project implemented by non-profit Global Communities has constructed more than 22,000 household latrines in the country. ...
Ga West Mce

Ga West MCE calls on Ghanaians to abide by COVID-19 protocols

Mr Clement Nii Lamptey Wilkinson, the Ga West Municipal Chief Executive, has called on Ghanaians to strictly adhere to the COVID-19 safety protocols to...
Solar Powered Mechanised Boreholes

NPA Hands Over 22 Solar Powered Mechanised Boreholes

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has handed over twenty-two solar powered mechanized boreholes to twelve municipal assemblies across the country. The beneficiary assemblies include Builsa...
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Death toll rises to 22 in south Nigeria road accident

Nigeria's police in southern Ebonyi on Wednesday said three more corpses had been recovered from the Akaeze-Ukwu river, where a bus plunged into the...
PUL-E-KHUMRI, May 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Taliban militants attend a surrender ceremony in Pul-e-Khumri, capital of Baghlan province, Afghanistan, May 20, 2020. Fifteen Taliban militants surrendered and handed over their weapons in Afghanistan's northern province of Baghlan on Wednesday, as the government has been trying to reconcile the insurgents after more than two decades of insurgency. (Photo by Sahel/Xinhua)

22 militants killed in east Afghanistan’s Khost province

Afghan forces in crackdowns against militants have killed 22 Taliban fighters in the eastern Khost province, said a statement of the provincial police...

Number of dead elephants in Zimbabwe’s forest rises to 22

The number of elephants that have been found dead in a forest in western Zimbabwe has risen to 22, a cabinet minister said Tuesday. ...
Nigerian Airports

Mozambique airports lose US$22 million due to COVID-19

Airports in Mozambique recorded a revenue loss of 22 million U.S. dollars due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected all its sources of...
Mr Joe Anokye

Government announces reduction in CST

The government has reduced the Communications Services Tax (CST) from 9 percent to five percent Mr Joe Anokye, Director General of the National Communications...
Politics Campaign Team

Sefwi-Wiawso NPP inaugurates campaign team

The Sefwi-Waiwso constituency of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has inaugurated a 28 -member campaign team to coordinate the party's campaign activities ahead of...
Rwandan President Paul Kagame

Rwanda’s unemployment rate surges to 22 percentage

The unemployment rate in Rwanda increased from 13.1 percent in February to 22.1 percent in May, according to a national survey released here on...
Tree Planting

REACH Project plants 22,000 trees in Upper West/Savannah Regions

The European Union/German Development Cooperation (GIZ) funded Resilience Against Climate Change (REACH) Project has planted a total of 22,000 tree seedlings in the Upper...

Ghana’s COVID-19 caseload nears 22,000

Ghana's COVID-19 case count rose to 21,968 with 891 new infections, Ghana Health Service (GHS) said. The number of recovered cases increased...
[Reuters]Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Seattle

Over 22,000 healthcare workers infected by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit over 22,000 healthcare workers across 52 countries and regions, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Saturday. According...
Photo taken on April 10, 2015 shows a general view of the Kabul city in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

8 killed, 22 injured in IED explosion in N. Afghan

Two civilians and six Taliban militants were killed and 22 people injured following an improvised explosive device (IED) explosion in Afghanistan's northern province of...

Full Gospel Fellowship Ghana holds National General Meeting

“God’s endtime plan of using the laity becomes clearer each day as we witness the failings of the Church”. Mr George Prah, National President of...

Brexit in limbo: Pound stabilizes after declines, more bad news for British economy and...

The British economy faces another agonising delay and UK financial assets will be further squeezed following the UK government losing another crucial Brexit vote...

KNUST admits over 22,000 students for 2019/2020 academic year

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has formally admitted 22,011 fresh students for the 2019/2020 academic year. ...
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NCCE engages Padmore Electoral Area on Accountability and Environmental Governance

The National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) has engaged residents of Tema Community One Padmore Electoral Area on issues of accountability and good...
Madam Penelope Cabot

1 Million Ghanaian and Ivorian farmers to Benefit from Cocoa Cloud

One million farmers in Ghana and Côte D’Ivoire, are to benefit from the CocoaCloud, a data platform that generates, translates and disseminates critical information...
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22 Dedicated Prison Officers in Winneba Receive Medals

Twenty-Two hard working, committed and Highly dedicated Prison Officers of the Winneba Local Prisons were decorated and commended at the 2018 end of year...
Tourism, Beach, Africa,

February 22 Set Aside for Greater Accra Tourism Awards

The Greater Accra Regional Tourism Awards is slated for Friday, February 22 to honour players in the hospitality industry, Mr Charles Obeng, Greater Accra...
Independent Electoral Commission

More than 22,000 candidates to contest in Nigeria’s general elections

A total of 22,643 political candidates, representing 91 political parties, will contest for 1,504 positions during next month's general elections in Nigeria, the Independent...
Rift Valley Fever

Lassa Fever Outbreak kills 22 people in Liberia

Liberian authorities on Wednesday confirmed 22 deaths have been recorded across the country following the outbreak of Lassa fever since January. In a statement, the...
death penalty

​​​Zimbabwe: Commuting death sentences is highly appreciated

In response to the decision by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to commute the death sentences of prisoners who have been on death row for more...

AfDB to Grow African Agriculture and Nutrition Through Phatisa Food Fund

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) today approved US$10 million equity investment in Phatisa Food Fund2 (PFF2) to boost...

AfDB Group Signs Facility for Tunisia’s Road Project

The Board of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) has approved a loan of €112 million to help finance the North-East Road Connectivity Support...
KENYA Police

KENYA: ICTJ Paper Calls Failed Police Reform a Missed Opportunity to Restore Public Trust

A new paper from the International Center for Transitional Justice on police vetting in Kenya charges that the Kenyan government has failed to undertake...
Zimbabwe ZANU-PF figures involved in factional disputes includes Grace Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa and President Mugabe

Viewpoint: Leadership Change Underway in Zimbabwe After Resignation of President Robert Mugabe

“Operation Restore Legacy” spearheaded by ZDF removes 37-years-long leader in 8 days A factional struggle inside the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF)...