Monday, 4th March 2024


20 Feb
The intensifying conflict between the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) army and the M23 Tutsi-led rebels, allegedly backed by Rwanda, has disrupted supply lines to the eastern city of Goma, affecting over two million residents and displaced individuals.
17 Feb
The World Bank warned in January that global growth will slow for the third consecutive year, to 2.4% in 2024, when the global economy may record the slowest half-decade of GDP growth in 30 years. Indonesia's GDP growth is also projected to decelerate in line with the weakening outlook.
12 Feb
The preliminary results of a National Transportation Safety Board investigation into how a door flew off an Alaskan Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 in January have revealed that four key bolts appeared to be missing.
10 Feb
Manufacturers and resource providers will be obliged to provide fair wages, decent working conditions and respect environmental standards.
9 Feb
Tragedy struck in the heart of Oworoshoki as a devastating fire tore through people's homes, leaving families homeless and their belongings reduced to harsh. GuardianTV spoke with victims and eyewitnesses who recounted their experiences.
8 Feb
We have to burn fewer fossil fuels, and eventually phase them out completely. But there’s one place that will be hard: flight. The entire field of plane-based transport and travel is built around fossil-based jet fuel.
7 Feb
Ayomide Sotubo on this edition of The Nutmeg previews the Nigeria Vs South Africa match with Hogan Niyi and Olaniyi Adeoluwa.
6 Feb
US prosecutors say Elon Musk's carmaker Tesla was improperly disposing used lead acid batteries, antifreeze, paint and electronic waste across California.
6 Feb
World Gold Council forecasts purchases of the commodity this year are unlikely to meet 2023 levels, where they hit an all-time high and also the second highest year in history of central banks buying gold. But is gold still a safe hedge against inflation in Nigeria?
4 Feb
One of China's largest real estate developers faces a winding-up petition in a Hong Kong court on Monday. A liquidation of the firm could have far reaching consequences for the world's second-largest economy.
3 Feb
Parts made with forced labour in China may be being used in cars around the world, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch. It says it has found "credible evidence" that aluminium producers use workers from government-backed labour transfer programmes linked to the forced labour of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities.
1 Feb
For years, FC Barcelona were the best football team in the world, epitomizing tradition, flair and success with an unbeatable, unique club culture. Their claim: Més que un club! Now, Barcelona are in crisis, forced to ship off club legend Lionel Messi and struggling with dire financial challenges. What made Barça so great, and where did it all go wrong? We take a closer look.


18 mins ago
The African Development Bank Group graduates its first cohort of government officials from its public finance management academy.
49 mins ago
Indian farmers in Punjab and Haryana are accusing PM Narendra Modi of backtracking on promises made since the 2020-2021 farmers' protests that brought New Delhi to a standstill, putting the Hindu nationalist BJP leader under pressure as an election looms.
53 mins ago
US police horses make a bolt for it and sprint down the longest highway in the country!
1 hour ago
Is there no end in sight to war in Gaza? The week began with a flurry of diplomacy to seal a truce before Ramadan, but that has now gone quiet, what with more than 100 civilians killed after a scramble surrounding an aid convoy delivery in Gaza City.
3 hours ago
It's set to be one of the biggest weddings of the year: Anant Ambani, son of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani, hosts a pre-wedding party with a VIP guest list including Rihanna and Mark Zuckerberg.
3 hours ago
As a small, low-lying atoll nation in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, Tuvalu faces extraordinary challenges due to climate change, in particular from sea level rise.