Sudan Fuel Crisis ‘Has Reached Its Limit’

[Radio Dabanga] The fuel crisis that has been plaguing Sudan since March has led to an almost entire stop of traffic and public transport, especially in the periphery of the country. Officials attribute the scarcity of fuel to the corruption in the cou…

[Radio Dabanga] The fuel crisis that has been plaguing Sudan since March has led to an almost entire stop of traffic and public transport, especially in the periphery of the country. Officials attribute the scarcity of fuel to the corruption in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

International Media Banned During Burundi’s Referendum Campaign

[HRW] Burundi’s constitutional referendum campaign has been marred by violence as government security forces and ruling party members have intimidated, beaten, and killed perceived opponents. The government has tried to keep news of these abuses from t…

[HRW] Burundi's constitutional referendum campaign has been marred by violence as government security forces and ruling party members have intimidated, beaten, and killed perceived opponents. The government has tried to keep news of these abuses from the outside world.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Joyce Banda Insists ‘Time for Paradigm Shift or Malawi Sinks’

[Nyasa Times] Joyce Banda, Malawi’s former President and president of People’s Party (PP), has reiterated her belief that Malawians need ‘special prayers’ and divine intervention to reclaim the ethos of love and empathy and, therefore, rediscover socia…

[Nyasa Times] Joyce Banda, Malawi's former President and president of People's Party (PP), has reiterated her belief that Malawians need 'special prayers' and divine intervention to reclaim the ethos of love and empathy and, therefore, rediscover social, economic and political direction.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Mine Safety in SA Worries Solidarity After Death of 7 Workers

[News24Wire] Trade union Solidarity expressed “grave concern” over safety in South African mines following the recent deaths at Sibanye-Stillwater’s Masakhane shaft in Driefontein.

[News24Wire] Trade union Solidarity expressed "grave concern" over safety in South African mines following the recent deaths at Sibanye-Stillwater's Masakhane shaft in Driefontein.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Is Odinga Running Again in the 2022 Presidential Poll?

[Nation] Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga has said members who are purporting that he will seek the presidency in the 2022 elections are doing so as individuals.

[Nation] Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga has said members who are purporting that he will seek the presidency in the 2022 elections are doing so as individuals.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Up to 95% of Cyber-Crimes Go Unreported, Report

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -According to the Uganda Cyber Security report 2017, 95% of cyber security incidents went unreported and yet of those reported; only 4.4% of reported cases were followed to successful prosecution.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -According to the Uganda Cyber Security report 2017, 95% of cyber security incidents went unreported and yet of those reported; only 4.4% of reported cases were followed to successful prosecution.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Elderly Woman Dies, Over 100 Left Homeless in Joburg Shack Fire

[News24Wire] An elderly woman has died and over 100 people have been left homeless after a fire broke out in the Denver informal settlement near Jeppe, the City of Johannesburg’s Emergency Management Services said on Sunday.

[News24Wire] An elderly woman has died and over 100 people have been left homeless after a fire broke out in the Denver informal settlement near Jeppe, the City of Johannesburg's Emergency Management Services said on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Lavish Spending Leads to Food Aid Cut

[Swazi Media] Countries outside Swaziland are reducing their donations to feed starving children because they say there is enough money in the kingdom but it is not fairly distributed.

[Swazi Media] Countries outside Swaziland are reducing their donations to feed starving children because they say there is enough money in the kingdom but it is not fairly distributed.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland