Latest articles on Albania

Meet the first African coach to win a European league title

Nigeria’s Ndubuisi Egbo is also the first African coach to take a team into the European Champions League

Discrediting elections: Why the opposition playbook carries risks

By pushing their usually valid complaints onto the streets and the courts, opposition leaders deny governments the popular goodwill and international credibility they need to govern effectively

Hunting for ‘black gold’ in Albania’s lawless truffle trade

A day's haul of one kilogram of black truffles can bring home 50 euros

Choosing a man’s life in patriarchal Albania: the freedom of the sworn virgins

According to ancient rules, a woman in Albania was to have a life of subservience, hard domestic labour and total lack of control.

Albania opposition vows more protests, dead buried

Albania's opposition Socialists vowed on Saturday to stage more anti-government demonstrations a day after three people were shot dead in a protest.

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Zondo commission: Molefe says Glencore sold Optimum to portray him as a Gupta ally

Former Eskom chief executive paints himself as the victim of a plot at the hands of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s former business associates

Municipal workers convicted in R3.5m ‘Christmas cheer’ fund fraud scheme

A fund that was meant to provide much-needed, end-of-year cash for municipal workers was looted by the three signatories of the account

Tshiamiso Trust makes due on silicosis payout

Beneficiaries will now be able to apply to get money from the settlement almost two years after the Johannesburg high court ruled on the matter.

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