Tag: nations

Namibia to Host United Nations World Tourism Organization Regional Conference in June

May 6, 2021
Namibia will host the United Nations World Tourism Organization Regional Conference on Strengthening Brand Africa for the Swift Recovery of the Tourism Sector from the 14 to 16 June in Windhoek. The United Nations World Tourism Regional Director for Africa, Ms. Elcia Grandcourt, has been present in Namibia this past week undertaking a planning mission

Africa: Draw Procedure – Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations, Senegal 2021

April 27, 2021
Below is the draw procedure for the Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations, Senegal 2021. The draw will be conducted on Thursday, 29 April 2021. CAF Head of Competitions, Khaled Nasser will be conducting the draw. Draw Procedure: Senegal, the host of the final tournament, will be placed on the top of Group A (A1),

Africa: Two Cosafa Nations Set for Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations

March 8, 2021
There will be at least two COSAFA countries will compete at the Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations in Senegal in May after the qualifying draw was announced by the Confederation of Football. The Seychelles will take on Madagascar and the Comoros face off against Mozambique over two legs in the qualifiers with a place

Africa: Brave Warriors Jet Off to Cameroon for African Nations Championship Finals Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

January 14, 2021
Brave Warriors interim coach Bobby Samaria Thursday revealed the 28 Brave Warriors for the upcoming African Nations Championship (CHAN) Finals in Cameroon. The team departed on Thursday for the tourney that will kick off on Saturday. Namibia will face Zambia, Guinea and Tanzania in Group D, and will start their campaign on 19 January against

As Washington D.C. Weighs Reopening, African Americans in the Nation’s Capital Brace for the Worst

May 27, 2020
It’s just past 7 a.m. as Tavis Clinton’s sanitation truck pulls to a stop in an alley in the Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Petworth, its streets lined by aging rowhouses and the occasional glass-and-metal gentrified upstart apartment complex. The 41-year-old sanitation crew chief, who like the other members of his three-man team is African American,…

Mass Opioid Abuse Is ‘Destabilizing’ World’s Poorest Nations

December 15, 2019
(KAPURTHALA, India) — Reports rolled in with escalating urgency — pills seized by the truckload, pills swallowed by schoolchildren, pills in the pockets of dead terrorists. These pills, the world has been told, are safer than the OxyContins, the Vicodins, the fentanyls that have wreaked so much devastation. But now they are the root of…