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Campaigners in Malawi won an injunction on Wednesday to temporarily halt work on a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the commercial capital as part of a $10 million construction deal with Delhi.
A survey has reportedly revealed that former Malawi president Joyce Banda is the "most trusted" political leader in the southern African country, despite being mired in the worst corruption scandal dubbed Cashgate.
Malawi’s ex-president Joyce Banda, who recently returned home after four years of self-imposed exile, on Monday said she was ready to run in next year’s presidential elections if nominated by her party.
Botswana has shut down the church of a controversial Malawian self-styled prophet, who claimed to walk on air.
Atlanta United manager Tata Martino was named Major League Soccer's Coach of the Year on Tuesday.
Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has promised to reward the Super Eagles with $25,000 for each goal they score against South Africa on Saturday.
The Senate is working toward harmonising all the regulations on electricity theft and tampering, which are scattered in several other regulations, into a single bill.
Anambra State House of Assembly, has been left in confusion over the purported impeachment of Speaker Rita Maduagwu.
President Muhammadu Buhari has declined assent to the Institute of Chartered Biochemist and Molecular Biologists of Nigeria Bill 2018, recently passed by the National Assembly.
The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, has returned to Nigeria.
Edo State Governor, Mr. Gowin Obaseki, announced yesterday that his administration has so far created 77, 200 jobs out of the 200,000 jobs he promised during his electioneering campaign.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) yesterday, announced that global passenger traffic results for September 2018 show that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers, or RPKs) rose 5.5 per cent compared to the same month in 2017.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities says it is ready to negotiate with the government for the ongoing industrial action to come to an end.
Jo Johnson resigned as Britain’s transport minister on Friday, branding the proposed Brexit deal a “terrible mistake” that necessitated a fresh referendum on leaving the EU.