Authorities at the Roberts International Airport have been meeting with stakeholders, both local and international to explore the possibility of reopening the Roberts International Airport to commercial flights. Bishop John Allan Klayee, Managing Director of the Liberia Airport Authority(LAA) told FrontPageAfrica Thursday that ongoing discussions have been going on for someRead More →

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, June 5, 2020/ — The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank ( has approved Nigeria’s Country Strategy Paper (CSP) 2020-2024, which builds on the successes and challenges of the 2013-2019 edition, and incorporates emerging developmental realities and opportunities shaping Nigeria’s political and economic landscape, includingRead More →

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, June 4, 2020/ — How can Africa build on the solidarity shown during the coronavirus pandemic to achieve the continent’s development goals in the post-COVID world? That was the question posed at a webinar hosted by the African Union’s Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU-ECOSOCC) and theRead More →

Prince Harry’s wife and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has lent her voice to the Black Lives Matter Campaign. The Duchess shared a touching video with Immaculate Heart High School’s class of 2020 for their graduation . “George Floyd’s life mattered and Breonna Taylor’s life mattered and Philando Castile’s lifeRead More →

LAGOS, Nigeria, June 2, 2020/ — The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has forced families to spend their free time mostly at home. Staying at home usually also means spending much time using different Internet connected devices. For clear reasons, children’s growing online activity can cause lots of worries to their parents.Read More →

JEDDAH, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, June 1, 2020/ — The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) (, has signed an agreement to support the provision of a food relief program for the most vulnerable people in Kyrgyzstan during the outbreak of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). The agreement, which has beenRead More →

The lockdown has been tough for David Mkoswe, a mechanic who lives in Alexandra, a sprawling township on the north-eastern edges of Johannesburg. Since Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa’s president, restricted the country’s 56 million inhabitants to their homes in late March, Mkoswe only earns if he works, and any savingsRead More →