[allAfrica] Cape Town -- Timbuktu Global, a British clothing brand retailer, has come under fire for trademarking the word Yoruba - a name of an ethnic group in West Africa - for their business, igniting a debate on cultural appropriation.
[allAfrica] As of May 25, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached 4,774,528 while over 21,473,783 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.
[RFI] Tremors have continued in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo in the city of Goma, three days after Mount Nyiragongo erupted, as the death toll climbed to 32. Thousands have been internally displaced or fled across the border to Rwanda.
[DW] Mali coup leader Assimi Goita has fired the president and prime minister of a transitional regime installed after the government was ousted last year. Goita said the pair had acted without consulting him.
[African Arguments] Amid government denials and unverified claims, we spoke to dozens of former abductees, their families and officials to get a clearer picture.
[Nation] Ethiopia on Monday said that it will reconsider its relationship with the US if America continues to interfere in its internal affairs.
[East African] At least two people were killed in Bujumbura following a grenade explosion in one of the city's busiest spots on Tuesday evening. The government termed the incident a terrorism attack, and said that investigations have been launched.
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta is working on his 2022 succession with his Handshake partner Raila Odinga -- a key cog in the plan -- pulling strings behind the scenes.
[Nation] With women constituting more than 70 per cent of the nursing workforce globally, health reforms targeting nurses could greatly benefit them.
[Nyasa Times] "I have been assured that by June next year, this facility will be a fully fledged centre."
[The Herald] Senior Court Reporter
[HRW] Nairobi -- End Abusive Prosecutions; Lift Restrictions on Free Speech