Greek Tycoon’s Son Dies in Namibia Auto Accident

Walvis Bay real estate tycoon John Savva's son died early Monday morning in a road accident. The accident happened between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund. Thirty-one-year-old...

Photo Exhibition ‘The Greeks of Cairo’

A photo exhibition, “The Greeks of Cairo,” is being hosted at the Museum of Modern Art Mahmoud Mukhtar in the Egyptian capital. Paul Kozalidis and...

Greece Embassy Opens Lagos Liaison Office

Individuals and organisations in Lagos and its environs, who pursue different concerns with Greece and its nationals, have been boosted by the official opening...

Greek Seaman Abducted at Nigerian Harbour

 Gunmen yesterday attacked a Greek cargo ship and abducted a European captain and engineer of the ship, when it got close to Onne Port...

Greek Orthodox Tuition Free University Founded in Africa

On a continent where only few can have access to higher education, a tuition free university would be a dream. Thanks to the charity...

Greece and European Union Will Stand By Tunisia

“Tunisia plays an important and stabilizing role in the Arab world and the Mediterranean. I assure you that Greece and the European Union will...

Greek duo gives gala concert at Emperors in South Africa

Emperors Palace will host the sensational Greek songstress Peggy Zina and singer Kostas Karafotis at their first duet concert in South Africa on 10...

Greece Honors Libyan Professor

The Greek ambassador in Libya Mr. Kyriakos Amiridis, honored Dr. Fadel Ali Mohamed, the Libyan professor of Archaeology and Ancient Languages with the Golden...

Despina Vandi Gives Concert in Johannesburg

The famous Greek singer Despina Vandi traveled to Johannesburg to perform in the first concert of her summer tour. She might be working really...

Greek and Roman ancient city draws goats, cows, few tourists

Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat, eastern Libya March 26, 2011. Founded in 4th century...