South Africa inflation eases in March

South Africa’s inflation fell to 5.3% year on year in March in a sign that Africa’s most industrialized economy was winning the battle to bring down prices. 

Africa’s economic rise: A continent on the brink of powerhouse status

Africa is experiencing a remarkable economic transformation

Letsile Tebogo misses victory in 200m at Kip Keino classic

Letsile Tebogo narrowly misses victory in a spectacular photo finish to the men’s 200m at the Kip Keino Classic, where both runners set an identical world-leading time of 19.71 seconds.

Angola’s CB expects stable Kwanza amid fuel price changes

Angola’s Central Bank Governor expects relative stability for the country’s kwanza currency despite potential shifts in fuel price subsidies.

Overloaded river boat in Central Africa capsizes: 58 dead

At least 58 people tragically died after an overloaded river boat capsized during a funeral in Bangui, Central African Republic.

UN officials warn of new front in Sudan conflict

UN warns of escalating conflict in Sudan’s El-Fasher region, posing immediate danger to civilians and risking further violence.

Freedom Flotilla prepares for humanitarian aid delivery to Gaza

About 1,000 people are expected to take part in efforts to deliver aid to Gaza via ship

WHO approves new cholera vaccine

The depletion of the global vaccine stockpile has left poorer countries, including several in Africa, scrambling to contain epidemics.

Egypt: Partners doing everything to reach cease-fire in Gaza

Sameh Shoukry says countries in region deserve peace, security, stability, should live in harmony, cooperation

Togo approves amendments linked to presidential term limits

Togo lawmakers pass amendments linked to presidential term limits, triggering opposition outcry and concerns of extended rule under President Faure Gnassingbe.

UN: 53 pct rise in Haiti gang violence

Haiti witnesses a surge in gang violence, resulting in over 2,500 deaths or injuries in three months, with Port-au-Prince being the epicenter and widespread impact on civilians.

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