A free-for-all brawl sparked by the far-left Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Thursday hindered president Jacob Zuma from giving his first state of the nation speech since his re-election last May. Zuma had only just started speaking when EFF members began interrupting, demanding to ask the president about when he would repay partContinue Reading

A court in Egypt has ordered the release on bail of two Al Jazeera journalists being retried for allegedly aiding the banned Muslim Brotherhood. Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed were imprisoned in June along with their Australian colleague, Peter Greste who was released just over a week ago. But their convictionsContinue Reading

After the overwhelming success of its maiden event with over 2000 participants in 2013, the second edition of Africa’s biggest annual e-Business Fair is to hold in Lagos on 21 February 2015, the organizers Connect Nigeria have announced. This year’s event which is being sponsored by heavy weight international brands including Google, UnionContinue Reading