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President Muhammadu Buhari

Nigerian president calls for curbing road accidents after deadly fuel tanker explosion killing at...

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has called for increased highway patrols to curb similar road traffic accidents after a fatal fuel tanker explosion occurred in...
President Muhammadu Buhari

Nigerian president calls for curbing road accidents after deadly fuel tanker explosion killing at...

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has called for increased highway patrols to curb similar road traffic accidents after a fatal fuel tanker explosion occurred...
On March 15, 2020, Poly Mori Mansion, Guan Street, Wuhan Donghu High-tech Development Zone, disinfection staff of the property center disinfected public places in the community. Photo by Zheng Chuanhai from People’s Daily Online

Wuhan lockdown significantly effective in curbing COVID-19 spread

The lockdown of Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, was effective in containing the COVID-19 spread during the early stages of the outbreak and significatnly...

Zimbabwe hails China’s efforts in curbing COVID-19 spread

By Lu Wenao Zimbabwe declared the coronavirus pandemic a state of national disaster on Wednesday, as the African country, though yet to have a...
Profile photo of Dr. Anwar Alabdulla

Bahrain praises China for leadership on curbing the coronavirus

By Anwar Alabdulla The government and the people of the Kingdom of Bahrain wish to praise the massive and enlightened response of the Chinese...

Funds, supplies donation appeal for curbing pneumonia outbreak in China

The All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese has made a donation appeal for funds and supplies for helping curb the outbreak of pneumonia caused...
Road Accident

All Stakeholders Must Contribute to Curbing Road Crashes

Reverend Ismaila Hans Awudu, Board Chairman of the National Road Safety Commission, has expressed concern about the recent spate of road accidents saying the...

Mediterranean Nations Commit to Curbing Human Trafficking

Mediterranean governments pledged on Friday to cooperate in their common fight against human trafficking. The pledge was made during the 15th meeting of the Ministers...
Projecting The Future

Technology can help Ghana cut maternal mortality

Background The soaring story of maternal and infant mortality in the Northern region is not uncommon just as is the case in many parts of...
illegal mining

Government hailed for handling illegal mining

A section of Ivorian authorities have commended the government of Ghana for clamping down on illegal mining particularly along the Bia River in the...
Illicit Drug

NACOB Commitment In Curbing Illicit Drug Trade In Ghana

NACOB as part of its strategies to intensify the advocacy campaign against drug abuse and trafficking is calling on the youth to refrain from...

KNUST Students Join Campaign To Save Lives

Students at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) benefitting from the Mastercard Foundation Scholars’ Programme, have joined the campaign to save...
Illegal Mining

Ghana adopts a multilateral approach to curbing illegal mining

Government of Ghana is implementing a Multilateral Mining Integrated Project (MMIP ) as a response to the needs for jobs and poverty alleviation...
Wpid Black Woman Domestic Violence

Namibia holds training program on curbing gender-based violence

Namibian legal practitioners, police investigators and social workers are undergoing a weeklong training program on how to deal with cases involving victims of gender-based...

Central bank highlights curbing asset bubbles

China's central bank on Tuesday stressed efforts to curb asset bubbles as it recognized the increasingly challenging task to seek a balance between stabilizing...
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Gowrie chief offers land for Police Post

The chief said motor bike snatching and cattle rustling was becoming rampant and cited a recent incident where a drinking bar in the area...
Secondhand underwear is sold illegally at New Soweto Market in Lusaka. Traders refuse to have their faces shown for fear of getting in trouble with law enforcement. Prudence Phiri, GPJ Zambia

Zambia tightens measures to curb second-hand underwear smuggling

Zambia banned the importation of used pants and bras in 2013, citing health hazards especially for women but the commodities are still being sold...
Ban Ki-moon

UN Boss rules military route as acceptable to curbing terrorism

"There is no military solution to any crisis, no matter how; a military solution may be necessary in some cases when it comes to...

UN official asks for collective efforts towards curbing migration problems

"The evidence is irrefutable. Migrants in general and in every country in Europe make greater fiscal contributions than they take in benefits," UN Special...

Unilever to educate mothers on importance of iron-rich diets

Unilever Nigeria Plc, has reiterated its committed to educating mothers and their daughters on the importance of iron-rich diets to combat deadly anaemia. The Managing...

Newborns survival should be a concern

Feature by Samuel Adadi Akapule In budgeting and in planning, Government and Policy makers often devote more resources in a bid to curb maternal and...

Women group help to reduce rural urban migration

A 148-member women?s group in the Bongo District has over three years, contributed an amount of 500,000 Ghana Cedis under the Village Savings and...

The headache of curbing Fulani Herdsmen Menace

By Alex O. Atawa Akpodiete* While growing up in then Midwestern Nigeria, it was uncommon to see a Mallam with a stick on his shoulder...

High interest rates curbing mortgage growth

By Bernard Yaw ASHIADEY High interest rates and the lack of affordable housing to purchase are two main factors curbing the growth of mortgages in...

Ghana is committed to curbing money laundering

President John Dramani Mahama on Monday affirmed Ghana?s commitment to strengthening structures that would enhance the effective implementation of anti-money laundering and terrorist financing. ?Recent...