25.5.2020 03:36 pm
Madagascar’s government has announced it will dispatch troops and doctors to an eastern town after several bodies were found in the streets and where two people died from the novel coronavirus.
Madagascar's cabinet held a special meeting on Sunday to discuss the situation in Toamasina, the country's second largest city.
The country’s 17 isolation hospitals reached their maximum capacity at the start of the month.
A seasoned economist, Majoro previously worked as a executive director at the International Monetary Fund in one of its Africa offices.
Electors are being called out after five years of turmoil sparked by Nkurunziza’s bid for a disputed third term, which unleashed unrest that left at least 1,200 dead and saw 400,000 flee the country.
The remarkable case only came to light because the attackers had a car accident as they fled the scene.
In Cameroon, a landlord evicted a tenant who tested positive for coronavirus
The tourism ministry on Tuesday ruled out poaching because the animals’ valuable tusks were not missing.
The tiny southern African state has been plagued by instability since early this year, when police accused Thabane of having a hand in the killing of his estranged wife in June 2017.
In Benin, the start-up Blolab — a digital fabrication laboratory – has also been printing 3D face shields.
‘I decided to personally come and inform you that I am stepping down as prime minister of Lesotho,’ Thabane told supporters in his Abia home constituency.
France’s role before, during and after the genocide remains a matter of substantial controversy.
Burundi has so far officially recorded only 42 cases and one death from the virus.
John Magufuli’s government has been criticised for a lack of transparency regarding the toll that Covid-19 has taken, with the last official update on 29 April listing 480 cases, including 16 deaths.
Local authorities blamed the Cooperative for the Development of Congo for the massacre, one of dozens of armed groups spread across the conflict-wracked country.
The country which has reported 304 cases has hit the headlines over a home-grown herbal concoction that President Andry Rajoelina claims can cure people infected with the virus.