International

5 hours ago | September 23, 2022

Lagos auctions cars of errant drivers

LAGOS. – The Lagos State Government has justified its recent auction of some impounded vehicles owned by violators of ...

Chinese companies organise training for African youth

DJIBOUTI CITY. –  The first training camp of the Center of Innovation and Maritime Excellence, supported by Chinese ...

19 hours ago | September 22, 2022

President Mnangagwa meets UN Secretary-General

Herald Reporter  President Mnangagwa held a bilateral meeting with the UN Secretary General, Mr Antonio Guterres on the ...

World in big trouble: UN chief

UNITED NATIONS. – The world is in big trouble and needs collective action across the board, UN Secretary-General Antonio ...

Chinese envoy rewards students

CAPE COAST, Ghana – A total of 140 Ghanaian students were awarded the Chinese ambassador scholarships for their ...

4 days ago | September 19, 2022

China contributes over 30pc to world economic growth

BEIJING. — China’s average contribution to global economic growth exceeded 30 percent during the 2013-2021 period, ...

1 week ago | September 16, 2022

Ruto scraps petrol subsidy

Kenya has scrapped a subsidy on petrol a day after new President William Ruto said subsidies were unsustainable, in a ...

Monarch urged to return crown jewel . . .

Calls are growing in South Africa for Britain’s royal family to return the world’s largest known clear-cut diamond in ...

Germany to repatriate looted relics

BERLIN. – Stolen during the colonial era, dozens of bronzes that once decorated the royal palace of the Kingdom of Benin ...

Chinese, Russian presidents hold talks

Russian President Vladimir Putin chatted with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping after the trilateral meeting with the ...

1 week ago | September 15, 2022

Hundreds of dignitaries to attend Queen’s funeral

LONDON. – At 11am on Monday, September 19, it is expected that the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will take place at ...

‘End of Covid-19 pandemic in sight’

GENEVA. – The world has never been in a better position to end the COVID-19 pandemic, the head of the World Health ...

SA faces another year of power cuts

JOHANNESBURG. – South African government plans to end recurring power cuts could take at least a year to deliver ...

Dutch plan to apologise for slave trade

Amsterdam. – The Dutch government is said to be planning to apologise for its historic role in slave trade and set up a ...

Antigua wants to remove King Charles

Saint John’s. – The prime minister of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, has promised to hold a ...