Commendable Popular Campaigns

[Shabait] Mendefera -The residents and civic servants in the Mai-Mine sub zone conducted commendable 42 km dirt road renovation popular campaign linking Enda Gergis to Mai-Mine.

[Shabait] Mendefera -The residents and civic servants in the Mai-Mine sub zone conducted commendable 42 km dirt road renovation popular campaign linking Enda Gergis to Mai-Mine.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Nice – Expanding Its Activities

[Shabait] Asmara -The National Insurance Corporation of Eritrea reported that it’s working to ensure the safety of lives and property, expanding and developing its activities, as well as increasing the awareness of the public. The comment was made by M…

[Shabait] Asmara -The National Insurance Corporation of Eritrea reported that it's working to ensure the safety of lives and property, expanding and developing its activities, as well as increasing the awareness of the public. The comment was made by Mr. Zeru Woldemicael, General Manager of the Corporation.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Praiseworthy School Enrolment in Dahlak Sub Zone

[Shabait] Massawa -Owing to the expansion of educational institutions in the Dahlak sub zone, encouraging outcome is being registered in the education sector, the head of education in the sub zone Mr. Isa Ahmed said.

[Shabait] Massawa -Owing to the expansion of educational institutions in the Dahlak sub zone, encouraging outcome is being registered in the education sector, the head of education in the sub zone Mr. Isa Ahmed said.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

60-Year-Old Forced to Use Wheelbarrow to Cross Flooded Road

[News24Wire] Residents of Sakha in Mkhondeni, Pietermaritzburg, have told GroundUp, that they have been complaining since November that their main access route, Cowper Road, is flooded.

[News24Wire] Residents of Sakha in Mkhondeni, Pietermaritzburg, have told GroundUp, that they have been complaining since November that their main access route, Cowper Road, is flooded.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

2019 – Media, CSOs Fear Elections May Be Violent in Borno

[Premium Times] Members of the civil society and media practitioners in Borno State have expressed fears that the forthcoming 2019 elections might turn violent if relevant authorities fail to take preemptive steps.

[Premium Times] Members of the civil society and media practitioners in Borno State have expressed fears that the forthcoming 2019 elections might turn violent if relevant authorities fail to take preemptive steps.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Battling Climate Change With Little Resources – the Fight of Mozambique’s Coastal Cities

[Deutsche Welle] Adapting to the impacts of climate change is expensive. How can poorer regions manage? Mayors of Mozambique’s coastal cities show how they are preparing for severe storms and rising sea levels with limited resources.

[Deutsche Welle] Adapting to the impacts of climate change is expensive. How can poorer regions manage? Mayors of Mozambique's coastal cities show how they are preparing for severe storms and rising sea levels with limited resources.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Ethiopia Opens Its Doors to UN Human Rights Chief

[Deutsche Welle] Oromia region has been off bounds for the UN’s human rights office for the past few years. The UN’s human rights chief has now been given access to the region and said he was ‘cautiously optimistic’.

[Deutsche Welle] Oromia region has been off bounds for the UN's human rights office for the past few years. The UN's human rights chief has now been given access to the region and said he was 'cautiously optimistic'.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Lessons About History By Twitter – Two South Africans Go Head-to-Head On Slavery

[The Conversation Africa] A recent exchange on Twitter between South African TV personality Sizwe Dhlomo and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, is worthy of close examination because it raises important questions about how history is viewed, how debates…

[The Conversation Africa] A recent exchange on Twitter between South African TV personality Sizwe Dhlomo and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, is worthy of close examination because it raises important questions about how history is viewed, how debates unfold on social media and how South Africans deal with racism and diversity.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa