Covid-19 : quand le groupe Funeral Dance Meme fait oublier le confinement (vidéo)

Leur vidéo fait actuellement fureur sur le continent et partout dans le monde d’ailleurs. Il s’agit du groupe Funeral Dance Meme qui aide à faire passer le confinement au monde entier en raison du Coronavirus. Certaines images sont tout de même violentes, mais rien de méchant, le groupe très inspiré du Ghana a sélectionné une … Continue reading “Covid-19 : quand le groupe Funeral Dance Meme fait oublier le confinement (vidéo)”

REDAVIA Delivers Free Solar During COVID-19 Crisis

MUNICH, ACCRA, Ghana & NAIROBI, Kenya–(BUSINESS WIRE/AETOSWire)– REDAVIA, a global market leader of cost-effective, reliable, and clean solar power for businesses, has created a new concessionary solar power program, the COVID-19 Resilience Lease, in order to stand by Ghanaian and Kenyan businesses in this difficult time of economic uncertainty. COVID-19 has disrupted African businesses significantly. … Continue reading “REDAVIA Delivers Free Solar During COVID-19 Crisis”

Ghana arraigns 8 pastors for conducting service despite lockdown directive

London, April 9, 2020 (AltAfrica)– Eight Ghanaian pastors who flouted lockdown order by holding church services have been arraigned in court and granted GH¢10,000.00 bail each with two sureties each, by the Asokwa District Court in Kumasi. Ghana arraigns 8 pastors for conducting service despite lockdown directiveThey are Apostle Kofi Nkansah Sarkodie, Leader and General … Continue reading “Ghana arraigns 8 pastors for conducting service despite lockdown directive”

Droits humains, les inquiétudes d’Amnesty pour l’Afrique

La région a connu en 2019 certaines avancées en matière de protection des droits humains. Mais les préoccupations ont été nombreuses liées aux conflits, au rétrécissement de l’espace des libertés – particulièrement dans des contextes électoraux, et aux inégalités. Le rapport annuel Afrique pour 2019 d’Amnesty international éclaire ces tendances, toujours présentes cette année, et … Continue reading “Droits humains, les inquiétudes d’Amnesty pour l’Afrique”

Nigeria: Private hospitals in Lagos barred from admitting patients with Covid-19 symptoms

London, April 8, 2020 (AltAfrica)-The Lagos state government, South West Nigeria has barred private hospitals across the state from admitting patients with Covid-19 symptoms according to report by Today Nigeria READ ALSO: GHANA, NIGERIA GET MEDICAL SUPPLIES FROM CHINA TO CONTAIN CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC The Nigerian publication reports that the state commissioner of health, Akin Abayomi, … Continue reading “Nigeria: Private hospitals in Lagos barred from admitting patients with Covid-19 symptoms”

L’Afrique tente de retenir ses médecins

S’il est un domaine dans lequel le concept de l’« immigration choisie » révèle toutes ses ambiguïtés, c’est bien celui de la santé. Alors que le continent africain fait face à une désastreuse situation sanitaire, les nations développées, parmi lesquelles la France, n’hésitent pas à le délester de ses (…) / Afrique, Bénin, Canada, États-Unis, … Continue reading “L’Afrique tente de retenir ses médecins”

Le sommet Afrique-France doit impérativement se tenir en 2021

L’annulation du Sommet Afrique-France 2020 doit être l’occasion de réfléchir plus que jamais au partenariat entre la France et l’Afrique! Nous publions cet appel demandant la tenue d’un nouveau sommet au premier semestre 2021 et lancé par Alain DUPOUY / Club Objectif Afrique Avenir (O2A) Patrice FONLLADOSA / Président CEPS Afrique (Centre d’Etude et Prospective Stratégique), … Continue reading “Le sommet Afrique-France doit impérativement se tenir en 2021”

Europe suspends roll out of 5G network over coronavirus

London, April 7, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Citizen protests and political opposition have led to Switzerland suspending the installation of 5G network antennas in parts of the country until there is more data on the real impact on health Europe suspends roll out of 5G network over coronavirus (Techilious)Same applies in many European countries as COVID-19 pandemic has … Continue reading “Europe suspends roll out of 5G network over coronavirus”

Ghana, Nigeria get medical supplies from China to contain coronavirus pandemic

London, April 7, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Nigeria and her West African neighbour Ghana are being assisted with medical supplies by China to combat the ravaging covid-19 pandemic READ ALSO: AFRICA WILL NOT BE TESTING GROUND FOR CORONAVIRUS VACCINES-WHO Ghana, Nigeria get medical supplies from China to combat coronavirus pandemic While Ghana on Monday received about 30,000 Personal … Continue reading “Ghana, Nigeria get medical supplies from China to contain coronavirus pandemic”

Le dilemme de l’Afrique subsaharienne face au Covid-19

Le premier cas de maladie à coronavirus 2019 en Afrique subsaharienne, un ressortissant italien travaillant au Nigeria et de retour de Milan, a été confirmé le 27 février au Nigeria. Ces dernières semaines, les cas de transmission communautaire se sont multipliés en Afrique subsaharienne, appelant à des politiques sanitaires plus exigeantes qui, bien souvent, se … Continue reading “Le dilemme de l’Afrique subsaharienne face au Covid-19”

Third Ghanaian health worker infected with coronavirus

London, April 5, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghana has recorded another case of a health worker; a nurse, testing positive for the deadly coronavirus, COVID-19. The nurse who works at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the hospital, Dr Daniel Asare, disclosed on Accra-based Asempa FM’s Ekosii … Continue reading “Third Ghanaian health worker infected with coronavirus”

UN hails Nigeria’s remarkable response to COVID-19

London, April 4, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Nigeria’s response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)pandemic has caught the attention of United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, who described it as remarkable. Speaking during a virtual news briefing in New York on Friday, Mr Guterres singled out Nigeria as one of few developing countries that have shown a remarkable capacity to respond. READ ALSO: OUTRAGE … Continue reading “UN hails Nigeria’s remarkable response to COVID-19”

Ghana : Desailly en pole position pour le poste de Dtn

Marcel Desailly, champion du monde avec la France en 1998, est en passe d’être nommé directeur technique national au Ghana, annoncent les médias locaux. Desailly est candidat à la succession de l’ancien responsable au poste depuis 14 ans, Oti Akenteng. L’ancien international français fait partie des favoris parmi les nombreuses candidatures à la fonction, ont … Continue reading “Ghana : Desailly en pole position pour le poste de Dtn”

Outrage in Ghana after parliament approves $700,000 for coronavirus patients, $7m for contact tracing

London, April 3, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghanaians home and abroad including Deputy Minority Minority Leader have questioned why only $700,000 has been allocated to support patients of covid-19 infections and their households while staggering $7million has been budgeted for contact tracing. Parliament has approved the sum of $700,000 to provide support for the families of those who … Continue reading “Outrage in Ghana after parliament approves $700,000 for coronavirus patients, $7m for contact tracing”

Nigeria’s elite ‘above the law’ as the poor struggle with COVID-19 measures

‘The poor are effectively being sacrificed to save the elite’A volunteer from Justice and Empowerment Initiatives, an NGO that works with slum dwellers to fight demolitions, paints numbers on the walls of a building in the Orisunbare Ijora Badia slum. Lagos, Nigeria, April 2015. Image by George Osodi / ICIJ. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Check out … Continue reading “Nigeria’s elite ‘above the law’ as the poor struggle with COVID-19 measures”

Sahara Occidental occupé : 139 000 tonnes de poissons exportés illégalement par le Maroc

Les Sahraouis appellent le Conseil de sécurité et le secrétaire général de l’ONU à prendre des mesures strictes et rigoureuses pour amener l’occupant marocain à cesser ses opérations de pillage de leurs ressources. Les quantités de poisson congelé en provenance du Sahara occidental, exportés illégalement par le Maroc en 2019, avoisinent les 139 000 tonnes pour … Continue reading “Sahara Occidental occupé : 139 000 tonnes de poissons exportés illégalement par le Maroc”

Nigeria: NAPTIP arrest Abuja imam for allegedly rapping 12 year old boy

London, April 2, 2020 (AltAfrica)-The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other related offences on Wednesday said its men had arrested a 42-year-old pharmacist, Abubarkar Danraka, for allegedly rapping a 12 year old boy  A statement by an official of the Press Unit of NAPTIP, Osamuyi Oyegun, said  Danraka  who had … Continue reading “Nigeria: NAPTIP arrest Abuja imam for allegedly rapping 12 year old boy”

Ghana takes delivery of additional 25,000 covid-19 test kits

London, April 2, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghana has taken delivery of additional 25, 000 Covid-19 test kits in its continued efforts to combat the spread of the deadly virus Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu told newsmen on that Ghana currently has “a little over half” the test kits President Akufo-Addo ordered for. READ ALSO: UK BEGINS CONSTRUCTION OF … Continue reading “Ghana takes delivery of additional 25,000 covid-19 test kits”

Face à la pandémie de Covid-19, vers un cessez-le-feu planétaire ?

L’Organisation des Nations unie (ONU) a salué le 26 mars la proclamation de cessez-le-feu de plusieurs pays en guerre face à la pandémie de Covid-19. En effet, coup sur coup, des cessez-le-feu ont été évoqués ces derniers jours aux Philippines, au Cameroun, en Colombie, au Yémen ou encore en Syrie. Ces pays, parfois enlisés dans des conflits depuis … Continue reading “Face à la pandémie de Covid-19, vers un cessez-le-feu planétaire ?”

Nigerian Polytechnic produces hand sanitiser to assist govt combat covid-19

London, April 1, 2020 (AltAfrica)-One of Nigeria’s foremost polytechnics, the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin has developed anti-Corona hand sanitiser to contain the spread of the killer virus which is currently ravaging the World. READ ALSO: GHANA ARRESTS 23 NIGERIANS, 15 OTHERS FOR ILLEGAL ENTRY DURING LOCKDOWN Rector Kwara State Polytechnic, Abdul Jimoh Muhammed presenting the … Continue reading “Nigerian Polytechnic produces hand sanitiser to assist govt combat covid-19”

Ghana arrests 23 Nigerians, 15 others for illegal entry during lockdown

London, April 1, 2020 (AltAfrica)– Officials of the Immigration Service in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region have arrested 38 persons who allegedly entered the country through unapproved routes via Ghana’s Eastern border. READ ALSO: EVERYTHING YOU BUY FOR COVID-19 CARE COULD BE FAKE-INTERPOL WARNS The 38 persons include; 23 Nigerians, 10 Togolese, … Continue reading “Ghana arrests 23 Nigerians, 15 others for illegal entry during lockdown”

Hope in despair as over 400 patients recover from coronavirus in Africa

London, April 1, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Over 400 people who have been infected by the coronavirus in Africa have now recovered, according to health experts. READ ALSO: EGYPT, NIGERIA ANNOUNCE 67 NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES, GHANA DOCTOR TESTS POSITIVE The continent has so far recorded over 5,255 cases with deaths now hitting at least 172 across the entire region as … Continue reading “Hope in despair as over 400 patients recover from coronavirus in Africa”

Egypt, Nigeria announce 67 new coronavirus cases, Ghana doctor tests positive

London, March 31, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Two African countries, Egypt and Nigeria on Monday announced 67 combined new covid-19, coronavirus infections as Africa grapples with surge in new cases of the deadly infection While Egypt reported 47 new coronavirus cases and one more death, Nigeria government announced 20 new cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in three states – Lagos, Kaduna … Continue reading “Egypt, Nigeria announce 67 new coronavirus cases, Ghana doctor tests positive”

10 illegal Guineans arrested in Ghana test positive for Coronavirus

London, March 30, 2020 (AltAfrica)– The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says 10 Guineans who were arrested under the direction of the Regional Security Committee of the Northern Region for illegally trying enter into Ghana from Burkina Faso and Togo have tested positive for Coronavirus. 10 illegal Guineans arrested in Ghana test positive for Coronavirus According to … Continue reading “10 illegal Guineans arrested in Ghana test positive for Coronavirus”

How to practice safe sex despite coronavirus pandemic

London, March 27, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Confinement, quarantine, and social distancing: the strategies of containing a pandemic are not exactly conducive to romantic relationships or dating. But for those who can’t resist the temptation of sex and relationships, there are ways in which you can protect yourself. How to practice safe sex in the trying time of … Continue reading “How to practice safe sex despite coronavirus pandemic”

How to practice safe sex in the trying times of coronavirus pandemic

London, March 27, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Confinement, quarantine, and social distancing: the strategies of containing a pandemic are not exactly conducive to romantic relationships or dating. But for those who can’t resist the temptation of sex and relationships, there are ways in which you can protect yourself. How to practice safe sex in the trying time of … Continue reading “How to practice safe sex in the trying times of coronavirus pandemic”

Nigeria : le mémorial du massacre d’Asaba reste dans le pipeline

Cérémonie commémorant la guerre du Biafra. Sia Kambou/AFP via Getty ImagesLa ville d’Asaba est la capitale de l’État du Delta, riche en pétrole, dans la région sud-sud du Nigeria. Elle se trouve sur la rive ouest du fleuve Niger. Elle n’est pas bien connue au-delà du Nigeria, mais elle a encore de puissantes résonances pour … Continue reading “Nigeria : le mémorial du massacre d’Asaba reste dans le pipeline”

IMF, World Bank suspend debt payments by Nigeria, others to ease economic burden over covid-19

London, March 26, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Amidst global economic crisis occassioned by the covid-19 pandemic, the International Monetary Fund and World Bank on Wednesday announced a hold on debt payments from Nigeria and other sub-Saharan Africa nations so help them ease the economic burden and battle the coronavirus pandemic. IMF, World Bank suspend debt payments by Nigeria, others to … Continue reading “IMF, World Bank suspend debt payments by Nigeria, others to ease economic burden over covid-19”

The wonder drug from Ghana, COA FS, helping covid-19 patients in China

London, March 26, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghanaian health experts say a locally produced drug called COA FS could help fight the deadly coronavirus after many testimonies from China READ ALSO: COVID-19 KILLS 67 CATHOLIC PRIESTS IN ITALY The organic antiviral medicine COA FS and COA according to researchers could boost the immune system and naturally fight viruses. The … Continue reading “The wonder drug from Ghana, COA FS, helping covid-19 patients in China”

COVID 19 Numéro 1 du sifflet sénégalais : L’arbitre Maguette Ndiaye raconte son confinement

Le confinement face à l’épidémie du coronavirus ne touche pas seulement les joueurs de football. Les arbitres sont également logés à la même enseigne. C’est le cas du sifflet numéro 1 sénégalais, Maguette Ndiaye, qui nous fait part de son confinement. La propagation du coronavirus dans le monde a contraint le monde au confinement. Naturel­lement, … Continue reading “COVID 19 Numéro 1 du sifflet sénégalais : L’arbitre Maguette Ndiaye raconte son confinement”

South Africa deploys soldiers, police as the nation goes into 21-day lockdown on Thursday

London, March 24, 2020 (AltAfrica)-South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa has imposed a 21-day total lockdown on the 56 million inhabitants of South Africa, telling them in an address that the unprecedented and sweeping measures were necessary to avoid a “catastrophe of huge proportions”. Ramaphosa said South Africa needed to ‘dramatically escalate’ its response. Photograph: Gcis/EPA The … Continue reading “South Africa deploys soldiers, police as the nation goes into 21-day lockdown on Thursday”

30-year-old Zimbabwean journalist dies of Covid-19

London, March 23, 2020 (AltAfrica)-A Zimbabwean journalist, Zororo Makamba has died of Coronavirus, according health officials. Zimbabwe’s Health and Child Care Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo confirmed the death of the journalist on Monday. 30-year-old Zimbabwean journalist, Zororo Makamba has become the first person to die in Zimbabwe of Covid-19 Zororo Makamba, 30 years of age … Continue reading “30-year-old Zimbabwean journalist dies of Covid-19”

Ghana hunts for 575 persons for suspected coronavirus

London, March 23, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Health authorities in Ghana are tracking some 575 persons identified to have had contact with persons who have so far tested positive for the novel coronavirus, which has killed one person in the country. One of them who developed symptoms later tested positive, the Ghana Health Service has said. READ ALSO: … Continue reading “Ghana hunts for 575 persons for suspected coronavirus”

Ghana disinfects 1,000 markets to stop spread of coronavirus

London, March 23, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghana is carrying out a major disinfection exercise across the country as it steps up its fight against the spread of coronavirus. The country has recorded at least 24 cases so far with one death involving a Lebanese national. READ ALSO: COVID-19: RWANDA ARRESTS WORSHIPPERS FOR CONGREGATING AT HOMES Ghana disinfects 1,000 … Continue reading “Ghana disinfects 1,000 markets to stop spread of coronavirus”

Ghana acquires 50,000 Covid-19 test kits, fumigates markets to avoid spread of infection

London, March 22, 2020 (AltAfrica)-About 50,000 Covid-19-coronavirus testing kits are on the way to Ghana as the West African country announced the first death linked directly to the rampaging infection READ ALSO: NIGERIA BANS ALL INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS AS COVID-19 CASES RISE TO 22 On Friday, the Sunyani East Municipal Assembly (SEMA) launched fumigation exercises at … Continue reading “Ghana acquires 50,000 Covid-19 test kits, fumigates markets to avoid spread of infection”

Ghana acquires 50,000 more Covid-19 test kits, records first coronavirus death

About 50,000 coronavirus testing kits are on the way to Ghana as President Akufo-Addo announced tougher restrictions to stall the spread of the virus. In a televised speech on the progress of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday, the President said one of the 19 victims died today. He said eight out of … Continue reading “Ghana acquires 50,000 more Covid-19 test kits, records first coronavirus death”

Nigeria bans all international flights, suspends railway operation as covid-19 cases rise to 22

London, March 22, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Nigerian government has finally suspended all international flights into the country shortly after confirmed cases of coronavirus almost doubled on Saturday. Similarly, the Board and Management of Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC), has halted the operations of all passenger trains across the country as part of efforts to curb further spread of … Continue reading “Nigeria bans all international flights, suspends railway operation as covid-19 cases rise to 22”

Ghana begins complete lockdown, closes land, sea, borders to stop the spread of Covid-19

London, March 22, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghana has closed all of its borders, land, sea and air to human traffic in an unprecedented lockdown as part of stringent measures to stop the spread of covid-19 infections File: Ghana has closed all of its borders, land, sea and air to human traffic as it battles the spread of … Continue reading “Ghana begins complete lockdown, closes land, sea, borders to stop the spread of Covid-19”

Ghana legalises cannabis for health, industrial purposes

London, March 21, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghana has at last formally joined the growing list of African countries to legalise the use of cannabis for health and industrial purposes standing shoulder-to-shoulder with other African countries hoping to derive economic and health benefits from the substance. On Friday the country’s Parliament passed into law the Narcotics Control Commission Bill, 2019. … Continue reading “Ghana legalises cannabis for health, industrial purposes”

Le Niger enregistre son premier cas de Coronavirus passé par le Togo, le Ghana, la Côte d’Ivoire et le Burkina !

Le Coronavirus continue sa progression en Afrique et le Niger vient d’enregistrer son premier cas. Selon l’annonce faite par le ministre de la Santé, il s’agirait d’un voyageur en provenance du Togo, qui est passé par le Ghana, la Côte d’Ivoire et le Burkina Faso. Un chemin qui lui a permis potentiellement de contaminer de … Continue reading “Le Niger enregistre son premier cas de Coronavirus passé par le Togo, le Ghana, la Côte d’Ivoire et le Burkina !”

Coronavirus: Ghana to deport 20 illegal Nigeriens

London, March 20, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Ghana is finalising processes to deport 20 Nigeriens who were arrested by the country’s immigration officers at for entering the country illegally They include eight females, 11 males and a toddler. The foreign nationals have been screened by health officials in the Ashanti Region as concerns over the deadly Coronavirus pandemic … Continue reading “Coronavirus: Ghana to deport 20 illegal Nigeriens”

Egypt arrests doctor for refusing to treat coronavirus patient

London, March 20, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Egyptian authorities have arrested a doctor at a Cairo hospital for inciting medical staff to abstain from treating suspected coronavirus cases RELATED: GHANA ARRESTS PASTOR FOR DEFYING CHURCH SERVICE BAN OVER CORONAVIRUS The junior physician was alleged to have created a Facebook page to “incite doctors and medical staff to refrain … Continue reading “Egypt arrests doctor for refusing to treat coronavirus patient”

Coronavirus : la fin de l’exception africaine

L’Afrique est le continent le plus tardivement touché par la pandémie de Covid-19. Trente Etats sur les 54 pays que compte le continent sont touchés. Au départ relativement épargnée, en comparaison avec l’Asie ou l’Europe, l’Afrique dénombrait 596 cas confirmés, dont 16 décès, depuis le début de l’épidémie selon les chiffres fournis le 18 mars par l’OMS et … Continue reading “Coronavirus : la fin de l’exception africaine”

UNIDO pilots blockchain technology for Ghana cocoa value chain

London, March 19, 2020 (AltAfrica)-The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is helping the Cocoa producers in Ghana to enhance their value chain through the adoption of blockchain technology Already, a fact-finding mission has conducted a comprehensive research into how blockchain technology can enhance the Ghanaian cocoa value chain and has provided recommendations for the … Continue reading “UNIDO pilots blockchain technology for Ghana cocoa value chain”

Ghana arrests Pastor for defying church service ban over coronavirus

London, March 19, 2020 (AltAfrica)-The head pastor of Open Arms Ministry, a church based in Ashanti regional capital Kumasi, has been arrested by the police for defying the ban on church service. READ ALSO: BORIS JOHNSON’S STAFF SHOW CORONAVIRUS SYMPTOMS AS UK DEATH TOLL REACHES 104 According to Sampson K. Nyamekye, Peace FM’s Ashanti region … Continue reading “Ghana arrests Pastor for defying church service ban over coronavirus”

Des militaires US qui manipulent des virus et brevettent des antiviraux sont installés à Sigonella en Sicile

Loin de moi l’idée de soutenir une quelconque thèse conspirationniste, surtout en ces semaines dramatiques où chacun de nous est appelé à exercer ses fonctions avec le plus grand sens des responsabilités. Mais juste pour dissiper les doutes et les perplexités, le gouvernement Conte doit immédiatement expliquer qui, comment, quand, pourquoi et en échange de … Continue reading “Des militaires US qui manipulent des virus et brevettent des antiviraux sont installés à Sigonella en Sicile”

Egypt cuts gas price, pumps billions to boost economy amid coronavirus crisis

London, March 18, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Egypt’s cabinet has said it will lower natural gas prices for industry and provide EGP 1 billion for exporters as part of a package of measures aimed at supporting the industrial sector and the economy in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. READ ALSO: US EMBASSY IN GHANA SUSPENDS VISA APPOINTMENTS … Continue reading “Egypt cuts gas price, pumps billions to boost economy amid coronavirus crisis”

WHO, UN to recruit 100 young African women professionals to promote health, gender equality

London, March 18, 2020 (AltAfrica)-The World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme have launched the Africa Women Health Champions initiative.  The partnership seeks to recruit 100 women to support WHO in improving people’s health and well-being in the region, while also promoting gender equality on the continent. READ ALSO: US EMBASSY … Continue reading “WHO, UN to recruit 100 young African women professionals to promote health, gender equality”

Egypt’s death toll from coronavirus jumps to 6

London, March 18, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Egypt has reported two new deaths from the novel coronavirus, bringing the total death toll in the country to six, a Tuesday statement by the health ministry read. Health ministry spokesman Khaled Megahed also said 30 new coronavirus cases have been detected, bringing the total to 196. READ ALSO: TWO ITALIANS … Continue reading “Egypt’s death toll from coronavirus jumps to 6”

Liverpool forward, Sadio Mane donates 30 millions FCFA to combat COVID-19 outbreak in Senegal

London, March 17, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has made a donation of 30 millions FCFA – around 45,000 euros (£41,000) – to the national committee fighting against coronavirus in his home country of Senegal. The Reds’ player decided to make the donation “spontaneously when he saw the evolution of the situation” with the increase … Continue reading “Liverpool forward, Sadio Mane donates 30 millions FCFA to combat COVID-19 outbreak in Senegal”