An Egyptian court has ruled that the case of former President Hosni Mubarak be retried following its decision to accept an appeal against his life sentence in relation to the death of protesters in 2011.
The Ghana Energy Commission has ordered that the importation of second-hand refrigerators to the country be banned in a bid to cut down on energy consumption and reduce its harm to the environment.
President Joyce Banda Orders the Removal of Vice President Khumbo Kachali As the Overseer of the Electoral Commission
In a dramatic u-turn Malawi’s President Joyce Banda on Tuesday ordered the removal of Vice President Khumbo Kachali as the overseer of the Electoral Commission with immediate effect.
Zimbabwe’s Supreme Court on Monday ordered a renegade Anglican bishop, Nolbert Kunonga, to vacate the church’s property following a six-year row with the parent Church of the Province of Central Africa.
Tanzanian Government Orders 300 Cargo Wagons And 22 Passengers Respectively in Its Effort to Improve Railway Transportation in the Country
The Tanzanian government has ordered 300 cargo wagons and 22 passengers respectively in its effort to improve railway transportation in the country, the deputy minister for transportation, Dr Charles Tizeba said in Dodoma.
Following recent attacks on telecommunication masts in some northern states of the country, Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Abubakar, has ordered a 24-hour surveillance of all telecommunications equipment and installations across the country.
As music sensation Big Time Rush crosses the U.S. this summer performing to sold-out audiences and arenas, and with their hit single "Windows Down" climbing the charts, Nickelodeon has ordered a fourth season of their self-titled hit comedy series Big Time Rush.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has instructed the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) to include horse rider Alex Peternell in the Olympic team.