Mutharika’s Lifting of Malawi Maize Export Ban ‘Too Little, Too Late’ – Farmers

[Nyasa Times] Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM) has welcomed the order by President Peter Mutharika on Monday lifting the ban on maize export, a change of heart from his earlier stand, but pointed out that it has come “too little too late” after mostly far…

[Nyasa Times] Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM) has welcomed the order by President Peter Mutharika on Monday lifting the ban on maize export, a change of heart from his earlier stand, but pointed out that it has come "too little too late" after mostly farmer already sold the grain to vendors and middlemen at give away prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Restricts Movement of Trucks, Tankers in Mogadishu

[Shabelle] Somali authorities imposed a daytime ban on Monday on the movement of large trucks and road tankers inside the capital Mogadishu in an attempt to improve security following a wave of devastating attacks by militants.

[Shabelle] Somali authorities imposed a daytime ban on Monday on the movement of large trucks and road tankers inside the capital Mogadishu in an attempt to improve security following a wave of devastating attacks by militants.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

EU Condemns Terror Attack

[Shabelle] The European Union condemned Monday new terror attacks in Mogadishu, which resulted in killing and injuring dozens, and expressed its solidarity with the Somali people.

[Shabelle] The European Union condemned Monday new terror attacks in Mogadishu, which resulted in killing and injuring dozens, and expressed its solidarity with the Somali people.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

The New Ways of Nigeria’s Human Traffickers

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of young people move from the Nigerian state of Benue in the east to the country’s southwest every year. They are promised a good education and well-paid jobs. But they end up in modern slavery.

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of young people move from the Nigerian state of Benue in the east to the country's southwest every year. They are promised a good education and well-paid jobs. But they end up in modern slavery.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Turkish Troops Will Take Part in Securing Somalia , PM Kheyre Says

[Dalsan Radio] Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Kheyre has talked about Turkish support and the commitment it has given to the Federal Government of Somalia in the light of the agreements reached during his visit to Turkey.

[Dalsan Radio] Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Kheyre has talked about Turkish support and the commitment it has given to the Federal Government of Somalia in the light of the agreements reached during his visit to Turkey.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Student Killed in the Nasahablood Attack Had Dreamt of Her Death

[Dalsan Radio] Twenty one year old University Student Hawa Ahmed was among the 27 bodies that lay lifeless after the Hotel Nasa Hablod 2 Hotel attack by Alshabaab militants.

[Dalsan Radio] Twenty one year old University Student Hawa Ahmed was among the 27 bodies that lay lifeless after the Hotel Nasa Hablod 2 Hotel attack by Alshabaab militants.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Historic Milestone for Somali Football

[CAF] Football is helping to bring a level of happiness to the citizens of Somalia in a country that has long been ravaged by upheaval. Last Saturday marked a historic moment with the laying of a foundation stone for the Somali Football Federation’s (S…

[CAF] Football is helping to bring a level of happiness to the citizens of Somalia in a country that has long been ravaged by upheaval. Last Saturday marked a historic moment with the laying of a foundation stone for the Somali Football Federation's (SFF) new premises, with the national association having operated in rented offices for over half a century.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia