Jonathan says recommendations from 2014 Confab report is useful
03 February 2018 | 11:30 am
Jonathan says recommendations from 2014 Confab report is useful.
21 Sep 2019
Every year hundreds of workers who file sex-discrimination grievances in U.K. courts settle their cases in return for money and silence. Major banks such as Barclays, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase are just some of the multinational corporations that have been sued. Bloomberg's Jonathan Browning discusses the story with Naomi Kerbel.
15 Nov 2019
What Bala Mohammed said about Goodluck Jonathan
28 Oct 2019
A national gender policy to promote the thirty-five percent affirmative action for women in politics and governance is yet to get legal backing.
21 Nov 2019
Goodluck Jonathan didn't vote for APC in Bayelsa polls, says Rep Elumelu
25 Dec 2019
Gunmen have killed soldier guarding ex-President Jonathan's Otuoke house
13 Jan 2020
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has finally broken the silence since the attack on a security post close to his country home in Otuoke, Ogbia Council Area of Bayelsa State.
19 Mar 2020
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has sympathised with Azikel Company over fire incident
14 Apr 2020
Two years after his highly acclaimed album "Rare Birds", talented singer-songwriter and producer Jonathan Wilson is back with "Dixie Blur". The generous 14-track LP is perhaps his most personal record
19 Sep 2020
Photographer Jonathan Leder denies Emily Ratajkowski's sexual assault allegations
22 Oct 2020
The year is 2086 and the planet's last inhabitants are grappling with submerged continents, a lethal virus and barren soils. That's the premise for "Last Words", Jonathan Nossiter's latest film which was part of this year's official selection at the Cannes Film Festival. The director joins us in the studio to tell us more about making movies on the precipice of climate disaster, about the prophetic nature of the Covid-19 pandemic and why a young refugee brought the necessary life experience to the protagonist of "Last Words".
31 Dec 2020
Jonathan Pollard, an American jailed in the US in 1985 for spying for Israel, lands in the Jewish state, where he is received by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Pollard, 66, served 30 years in prison for giving away classified US documents, and had been confined by parole terms to the US since his release in 2015, despite Israeli pressure to allow him to leave. The US Justice Department removed the terms and conditions last month.
2 hours ago
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday.
5 hours ago
Just one game is enough to change your fortunes in football, The Flying Eagles' 2-0 loss at the hands of Five-time winners FIFA U-20 World Cup winners Brazil is proof of that. Defeating hosts Argentina who have been in formidable form will be a tall order for Ladan Bosso's side and today, Ayomide Sotubo previews the game for The Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
5 hours ago
Since Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s reelection on Sunday, videos purporting to show Muslims celebrating his victory at Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem have been widely shared by Turkish media outlets online. So has a video showing people calling for Erdogan’s opponent, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu to resign, outside the headquarters of his party. The videos themselves are not fake, but have been taken out of context, as we explain in this edition of Truth or Fake.
5 hours ago
As Sudan's warring generals make and break ceasefire agreements, tens of thousands of people continue to flee the country. People from the violence-stricken Darfur region in particular seek help — and hope — in Chad.
7 hours ago
Bangladesh is scheduled to hold general elections by January 2024 and the US says it wants them to be free of electoral manipulation and misconduct.
7 hours ago
Japan's prime minister hired his own son as his executive secretary late last year. Now he's forcing him to resign, after photos appeared of the of the 32-year-old partying in the official residence.