Elderly, Infants Hang On to Dear Life in Floods

[CAJ News] Masvingo -SOME villagers in southern Zimbabwe have miraculously survived death from floods induced by the Cyclone Dineo, by sheltering on trees for hours,. Zimbabwe is reeling from the deadly cyclone that has pummeled Mozambique, Malawi and …

[CAJ News] Masvingo -SOME villagers in southern Zimbabwe have miraculously survived death from floods induced by the Cyclone Dineo, by sheltering on trees for hours,. Zimbabwe is reeling from the deadly cyclone that has pummeled Mozambique, Malawi and north-eastern parts of South Africa. More than 200 people have been killed by floods in Zimbabwe while 150 000 villagers were left homeless since late February. The provinces of Manicaland, Masvingo and Matabeleland are worst affected with houses destroyed and livestock swept awa

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Miners Expose Children to Mercury

[The Herald] Kadoma -Studies have revealed high traces of mercury metal in women’s breast milk and fish in the gold mining areas of Kadoma and Chakari, exposing to risk the lives of children and people in surrounding communities.

[The Herald] Kadoma -Studies have revealed high traces of mercury metal in women's breast milk and fish in the gold mining areas of Kadoma and Chakari, exposing to risk the lives of children and people in surrounding communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Year-Old South Sudan Coming Apart As Inter-Ethnic Divisions Worsen

[East African] South Sudan is heading towards disintegration as various ethnic groups form militias to defend themselves against what they call Dinka hegemony and persecution.

[East African] South Sudan is heading towards disintegration as various ethnic groups form militias to defend themselves against what they call Dinka hegemony and persecution.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Mbabazi Denies Meeting Museveni

[Observer] After his dismal third place finish in the 2016 presidential election, former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi retreated from the public spotlight but kept being confronted with reports of him meeting President Museveni, the man who defeated him…

[Observer] After his dismal third place finish in the 2016 presidential election, former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi retreated from the public spotlight but kept being confronted with reports of him meeting President Museveni, the man who defeated him, to agree a return to cabinet.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda