Category Archives: Games
The Basketball Africa League (BAL) today named two-time NBA All-Star and 2012 Olympian Luol Deng as BAL Global Ambassador. Following his retirement from an NBA career that spanned 15 years, Deng will help grow the BAL's profile throughout Africa and
Rugby Union is set to return to the National Sports Festival 2020 after a ten year absence having missed out in the last three editions held in Lagos, Rivers and Abuja. The Nigerian National Sports Festival is a biennial multi-sport event
We have a new Honorary Consul in Cape Town. Mr Philip Palmgren follows in the footsteps of his late father and becomes a second generation Honorary Consul to serve Finland. Mr Palmgren is the Managing Director of Nordic Paper and Packaging
In October 2019, during the tenth Africa Forward Together (AFT) forum in Mauritius and spearheaded by Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) (https://www.MCB.mu), a special workshop aptly called Meeting of Mindsrdquo; session leveraged the insight and brainpo...
Foreign Secretary Ravinatha Aryasinha has said the operationalization of the recently developed 'RevitalizedAfrica Policy',seeks to enhance Sri Lanka's cooperation in the political, economic and cultural spheres across Africa. Among the envisaged measu...
2019 UN climate change conference (COP25): African Development Bank urges African nations to persist with climate change ambitions as marathon talks end in Madrid
The African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org) has urged the continent's nations to stay the course on climate action, after a marathon session of talks at the twenty-fifth Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change...
It is that time of the year again. Stores are displaying their Christmas decorations, Michael Bubleacute; music is already filling up the aisles and children throughout the world are already creating their wish list of toys and gadgets that may
Fred Swaniker, founder and CEO of Africa Leadership Group, to open the 2020 Africa Shared Value Leadership Summit
By 2030, Africa will have a larger workforce than China, and by 2050, it will have the largest workforce in the world. One billion people will need jobs in Africa, so if we don't grow our economies fast enough, we're