Women Referees Make African Football History at CHAN

LIMBE, CAMEROON – Three women referees created history Saturday at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) quarterfinals. Ethiopian referee Lidya Tafesse and her assistants, Malawian ... Continue Reading →

School has started but education ministry lags behind

Yesterday was the second day in what the Ministry of Education has described as an “extraordinary” new school year for crèche, primary and secondary students. Yet the Ministry ... Continue Reading →

Nutrition Nutrition advice for adults during the Covid-19 outbreak

Proper nutrition and hydration are vital. People who eat a well-balanced diet tend to be healthier with stronger immune systems and lower risk of chronic illnesses and infectious diseases. ... Continue Reading →

A musician in Seychelles uses bottle caps to create a mural, sprucing up an eyesore

A musician in Seychelles is covering an exterior wall at his home with a seascape mural made out of bottle caps, cleaning the environment of discarded waste and adding a touch of island ... Continue Reading →