Uganda's president seeks to boost trade, rein in borrowing
Uganda's trade push follows several years of reduced Chinese lending.
AU Commission says the objective of the event is to increase awareness and appreciation of African languages
They killed at least 12 civilians, burned houses and motorbikes during raids on two villages.
Nearly early three-quarters of Malawians live on less than $2 a day.
The crowd gathered in Ouagadougou's national square to play live music and dance.
The 2.1 billion rand of contracts under suspicion have been enrolled in the Special Tribunal.
Some posts praised Nigeria for being "wiser" than South Korea and other Western countries.
The Covid-19 pandemic left over 354,736 school girls impregnated in 2020.
Mali government said the deployment took place without its consent.
On Monday, Burkina Faso military said it had seized power and overthrown Kaboré.
Chakwera was elected in 2020 promising to fight corruption.
The West African country voted in municipal and regional elections on Sunday.
The government, however, denied suggestions of a military coup or that the president was under arrest