archives : January 2008

     

Panafrica - Kenya
The Kenya Police have confirmed that a Police officer shot and killed an opposition Member of Parliament in the Western town of Eldoret, the heart of post-election violence in Kenya that followed the disputed presiden t ial elections. - Thursday 31 January 2008


Panafrica - Ghana - Nigeria
The Ghanaian football fans, realising the enormous task their team will face Sunday against the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the quarter-final of the current African nations’ cup tournament, have resorted to playing pranks to destabilize the Nigerian team. - Thursday 31 January 2008


Panafrica - Nigeria
Organisers have shelved their plan to suspend the league till the end of the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana, saying it would affect their programme and the FA Cup. - Thursday 31 January 2008


Panafrica - Kenya - United States
Son of an African father and a white mother, lawyer from Harvard graduate and Senator of Illinois, Barack Obama who faces Hilary Clinton in the democratic presidential race, after his win in South Carolina primary, has officially received endorsement from one part of Kennedy’s family last weekend. - Thursday 31 January 2008


Panafrica - International
Youba Sokona will participate to Tech For Food second edition: technologies to fight against hunger in the world, which will take place in a month at the International Agricultural Show in Paris. He will make us the honour of pronouncing a speech as the Sahel and Sahara’s Observatory executive secretary (OSS), an international organism working in desertification prevention. To promote a sustainable agricultural development in the South, Tech For Food’s second edition will get onto the central contribution of new technologies to natural resources management. Initiated by TV Agri, renowned partners rapidly joined up the symposium, from which the French National Space Centre (CNES), the Foundation for agriculture and the rural world (FARM) and the Research Institute for Development (IRD). - Thursday 31 January 2008


Panafrica - Kenya
For the second time in 36 hours, an opposition Member of Parliament in Kenya, David Kimutai Too, has been shot dead, Thursday, announced the Kenya Television Network (KTN). - Thursday 31 January 2008


Ghana - Kenya - International
President Mwai Kibaki shakes hands with opposition leader Raila Odinga in the presence of former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. The "official dialogue process" began on 29 January between Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki and the opposition Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), even as violence that has ravaged the country since late December continued to spread, with the latest casualty a Member of Parliament who was shot dead outside his home in Nairobi, the capital. - Wednesday 30 January 2008


Panafrica - Cameroon - Egypt - Ghana - Tunisia - Zambia
Cameroun did very little this Wednesday, when they played Sudan to win at 3-0, buying their ticket to the quater final of the African Cup of Nations. Eto’o, however, gave his team mates something to smile about when he became the best scorer in the history of the African Nations Cup. Egypt, still the leader in its group C, could not win their third match against Zambia which ended 1-1. - Wednesday 30 January 2008


Panafrica - Ghana
The chief coach of the Black Stars of Ghana, Claude Le Roy, may face sanctions from the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) if he is found guilty of misconduct. - Wednesday 30 January 2008


The chief coach of the Black Stars of Ghana, Claude Le Roy, may face sanctions from the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) if he is found guilty of misconduct. - Wednesday 30 January 2008

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