Africa in 60 – August 21, 2019
In case you missed it, here are the stories across Africa that made the headlines on August 21, 2019; all in one minute.
Boosting Africa’s Revenue | The Remittances and Taxation Conversation
The debate about taxing diaspora workers is back. This is linked to the willful remittance done by most of not all migrant workers to friends and family back home. But is there any structure or institution to make this work? On Business Edge, Global Affairs Analyst, Collins Nweke explained the reality and reasons that could make it work and those against it
China’s Belt and Road Initiative | Is Debt Slowing China’s Advancement?
3rd Mainland Bridge | Rehabilitation Work Nears Completion.
It can be recalled that the Federal Government had announced the partial shutdown of Third Mainland Bridge for a period of 6 months, with effect from July 24, 2020, for maintenance work.
Newscentral’s Felicity Ezewuike speaks to Paolo Prono, the lead contractor of the work and Engineer Poopla Olukayode, the Fed Controller of work, Lagos on updates on the rehabilitation of the bridge.
Health3 days ago
COVID-19 Vaccines to Arrive Nigeria, Other Countries in February – Okonjo-Iweala
East Africa News4 days ago
Seychelles Reopens to Tourists Who Have Received Covid-19 Vaccine
West Africa Business News3 days ago
Heirs Holdings Acquires 45% of OML 17 from Shell, Total, ENI
News4 days ago
#UgandaDecides2021: Museveni Leads in Preliminary Results
East Africa Politics News4 days ago
Bobi Wine Rejects Preliminary Presidential Election Results
Lifestyle News5 days ago
Nigerian Billionaire Businessman, Bolu Akin-Olugbade, Dies of COVID-19
Health4 days ago
COVID-19: We Haven’t Approved Any Vaccine Yet — NAFDAC DG
Business News4 days ago
Kenya to Conduct Survey on Diaspora Remittances