Social Enterprise Project Connects African Asylum Seekers, Israelis in the Kitchen

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL It looks like any other cooking class in yuppie Tel Aviv. Sleek kitchen utensils, baskets of fresh vegetables, participants sipping wine and beer. The first hint that this is a little different is the beer Asmara from …

Amid Kenya Power Struggle, IMF Says Investment Program in Crisis

Hundreds of mismanaged infrastructure projects have stalled in Kenya and it will cost around $10 billion to revive them, the IMF said in a report whose findings point to a growing power struggle at the heart of government.

Amid mounting …

Nigerian Authorities to Financially Support Families of Fallen Soldiers

Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osibanjo this week announced plans by the government to allocate funds to support families of fallen troops and to increase the allotment to veterans and those currently serving in the military.

The announcement came amid events …

New privacy law in Mozambique threatens freedom of expression, activists say

New amendments to the Mozambican Penal Code introduced to protect privacy could threaten freedom of expression, activists say.

The law, passed by the parliament in July 2019, criminalizes all types of invasion of privacy via mobile phones, as well as …

Mozambique to see further economic growth, economist says

The economist made the comment on the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of reelected President Filipe Nyusi here, who was sworn in for a second term.

“We are positive that the resources generated by the exploration of natural gas will …

Portuguese entrepreneurs committed to development

The Portuguese top diplomat was speaking to the press at the end of a meeting between the Angolan President JoAPound o Lourenco and his Portuguese counterpart, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, in Maputo, Mozambique, aimed at discussing political, economic and social …