Sunday, September 22, 2019

‘Royal Air Maroc denies discrimination’

Morocco's national airline Royal Air Maroc has denied accusations that it discriminates between passengers based on their countries of origin, reports Moroccan news site...

Moroccan women rubbish ‘obscene clothes’ campaign

Women in Morocco have hit back at an online campaign, which tells men to police women's clothing, by saying women have the right to...

Anger over Moroccan activist’s 20-year jail term

Supporters of popular Moroccan activist Nasser Zefzafi have reacted angrily to his 20-year prison sentence for threatening state security He was arrested in May last...

Analysis: Another disappointment for Morocco

It's been another disappointing bid for Morocco: the country had been hoping to make it fifth time lucky, but that was not be. From a...

Morocco lose out on World Cup by 69 votes

Morocco secured just 65 votes backing it to host the 2026 football World Cup, Fifa has announced. The North African country lost out to the...

Morocco to Host CHAN in 2018

By Ndi Eugene Ndi Yaoundé — Morocco has been designated to host the 2018 Total African Nations Championship (Chan), the Confederation of African Football (CAF),...

Ecowas agrees to admit Morocco to West African body

But Ecowas leaders meeting in Liberia said the implications of its membership still needed to be considered before Morocco could formally join. King Mohammed VI...

Morocco funds relocation of South Sudan capital

By Peter Mwayi Plans to move South Sudan’s capital from Juba to Ramciel have got a new boost with the signing of an agreement between...

‘It is so good to be back home’ – King Mohammed VI of Morocco...

“It is so good to be back home, after having been away for too long! It is a good day when you can show...

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“Mnangagwa Offering Chamisa Vice President Job”

By Blessing Simpson Madzima| Replying to the suggestion that our President Advocate Nelson Chamisa should replace General Chiwenga as Vice President. The arrangement of ED...

BREAKING NEWS: Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi dies at 92

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, the North African country’s first democratically elected leader, has died. He was 92. An official in the president’s office told...

Insecurity: Stop grandstanding, act on Obasanjo’s letter, Frank fires Buhari

…Says ex-President’s letter shows patriotism A political activist and former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, has described...