Guinea Leader Urges Ban On Full Islamic Veil
[Nation] Guinea's President Alpha CondĂ© has called on the chairman of the regional bloc to introduce a bill that would ban the wearing of the full Islamic veil in west Africa.
Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone At Hague Investment Conference
[FrontPageAfrica] Brussels -A one day trade and investment conference organized by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation has been planned to take place on the 30th of November in Hague, the Netherlands. The conference which will involve the participation of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone is a follow-up to the July 6-9,2015 high-level Dutch trade delegation to the three Mano River Union Countries with the view of providing insight into the pros and cons, dos and don'ts of doing business in the three countri
Hague Investment Conference in Sight
[NEWS] A one-day trade and investment conference organized by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation is expected to take place on the November 30th in the Netherlands.
Ebola, the Executive Summary - November 20, 2015
[Ebola Deeply] To give you deeper insight into what's happening in the Ebola outbreak, we've organized the latest developments in a curated weekly summary.
World Bank Provides U.S.126 Million for Post-Ebola Recovery
[Concord] The new World Bank Manager for Sierra Leone last Friday, 14 November, said the sum of US$126 million has been provided to strengthen the health sector in Sierra Leone as part of its post-Ebola recovery.
Frontline Jobs - What Does It Take to Be an Ebola High-Risk Sprayer?
[Ebola Deeply] Student Dominic S. Wlemus became a high-risk sprayer and laundry worker during Liberia's Ebola outbreak. Stationed at Monrovia's Redemption Hospital Ebola transit unit, his work continues until the end of the year. We met him at the empty Ebola transit unit to talk about risk, pay, stigma and chlorine damage.
Nigeria Faces Guinea, Tunisia in Chan
[This Day] Nigeria's Home-based Eagles have been drawn in Group C of the 2016 Orange/CAF Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) to be hosted by Rwanda after the draws were conducted in Kigali yesterday.
Brave Warriors Lose to Guinea
[Namibian] The Brave Warriors lost 2-0 to a more physical and determined Guinea in Casablanca, Morocco on Sunday night for an aggregate score of 3-0 in favour of the West Africans in their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers second round tie.
Miya Brace Fires Uganda Through As Congo DR and Guinea Advance
[CAF] 17-year-old Farouk Miya bagged a brace to help Uganda trounce Togo 3-0 on Sunday and advance to the group stage of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia(TM) qualifying in Africa.
Namibians Unappreciative of Warriors' Efforts - Mannetti
[Namibian] "Namibian football supporters have short memories," senior national football coach Ricardo Mannetti said.
Brave Warriors Starting 11 Against Guinea
[Namibian] Namibian midfielder Wangu Gome and striker Hendrik Somaeb have been named in the starting 11 against Guinea in Morocco on Sunday evening.
Woeful Warriors Squander Their Chances
[New Era] Windhoek -The wasteful Brave Warriors, missed out on an ideal chance to take a healthy lead going into their decisive second leg clash against Guinea.
Guinea Formidable Opponents in World Cup Qualifier
[Namibian] Namibia's road to the 2018 Fifa World Cup faces a big obstacle in the form of Guinea, whom they will meet in a first leg preliminary qualifying encounter in Windhoek on Thursday afternoon.
Mbaeva Starts, Gome Drops Out for Guinea
[Namibian] Maximillian Mbaeva will once again start in goal while Peter Shalulile will join Benson Shilongo in attack when the Brave Warriors take on Guinea at 16h00 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium today.
PW Power Systems Announces Successful Commercial Operation of MobilepacÂ® Gas Turbine Generators in Sub-Saharan Africa
[PR Newswire] Glastonbury -PW Power Systems, Inc. (PWPS), a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), today announced successful commercial operation of three MOBILEPAC gas turbine generator packages in sub-Saharan Africa. The three MOBILEPAC units are located in Conakry, Guinea, and are operated by Miami Capital Holding Corporation's subsidiary, K-Energie.
Angolan Leader Discusses Bilateral Issues With Guinean Counterpart
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan head of State, JosĂ© Eduardo dos Santos, held Tuesday, at the Presidential Palace, in Luanda, a meeting with his counterpart from Guinea-Bissau, JosĂ© MĂˇrio Vaz, with whom he discussed issues related to the strengthening of bilateral cooperation relations in various fields.
More Children in Guinea to Benefit From WFP Nutritious Meals This School Year
[WFP] As schools reopen across Guinea this week, WFP is resuming its school meals programme in all four regions of the country. In collaboration with the Ministry of Education and partners, WFP will provide daily hot meals to children in the most food-insecure areas of the country, where poverty and malnutrition rates are the highest.
UN Agency Expands Meals Programme to More Than 1,600 Schools Across Guinea
[UN News] More than 240,000 children will receive daily hot meals in school this academic year in Guinea, according to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), which is expanding its school meals programme from 735 to 1,605 primary schools across the country.
Govts Must Integrate Trained Ebola Responders Into Community-Based Health System
[IFRC] Freetown -With the WHO declaration that the Ebola virus disease outbreak in Sierra Leone has now ended, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is calling upon all West African countries affected by the epidemic to integrate trained responders into their community-based health systems.
AU Welcomes Newly Elected President of Tanzania, Re-Elected Presidents of CĂ´te d'Ivoire and Guinea
[African Union] Addis Ababa -Press Release NÂş 330/2015