Impacts of Ethiopia’s Deep Renewal

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia had been one among the poor performing economies before two decades due to the dictatorial regimes and continued internal conflicts as well as external invasions. Now the state is exercising a democratic system and the world…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia had been one among the poor performing economies before two decades due to the dictatorial regimes and continued internal conflicts as well as external invasions. Now the state is exercising a democratic system and the world is witnessing that it has become one of the fastest growing economies around the globe. Construction, agriculture, investment, and trade are among the key sectors showing progress over the past two decades and plus years.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

What a Sad Mother’s Day 2017!

[Citizen] May 6, 2017, is a date that will forever be embedded in the history of our nation. It was the day surreal news spread like bush fire throughout the country and beyond, that a tragic road accident in Karatu, Arusha Region had taken away the li…

[Citizen] May 6, 2017, is a date that will forever be embedded in the history of our nation. It was the day surreal news spread like bush fire throughout the country and beyond, that a tragic road accident in Karatu, Arusha Region had taken away the lives of 32 school children and their 2 teachers and a driver.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Brushes Off Ex-Prime Minister’s Criticism Against Magufuli

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The State House brushed off former Prime Minister Edward Lowassa’s criticism on President John Magufuli’s failure to pay last respects to 32 pupils, two teachers and a driver who perished in a road accident in Karatu a week ago.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The State House brushed off former Prime Minister Edward Lowassa's criticism on President John Magufuli's failure to pay last respects to 32 pupils, two teachers and a driver who perished in a road accident in Karatu a week ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Charging Patients At Mulago Hospital Is Death Sentence – Speaker

[Monitor] Kamuli -The proposal to make patients pay for medical bills at the refurbished Mulago National Referral Hospital is a death sentence to the majority of poor people in Uganda, according to Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga.

[Monitor] Kamuli -The proposal to make patients pay for medical bills at the refurbished Mulago National Referral Hospital is a death sentence to the majority of poor people in Uganda, according to Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

EU Force Hosts Somalia’s Prime Minister Aboard Counter-Piracy Flagship

[Shabelle] The European Union (EU) Naval Force has hosted the Prime Minister of Somalia, H.E Hassan Ali Khayre, aboard the flagship ESPS Galicia, to highlight the cooperation existing between EU and the Federal Government of Somalia, in policing Somali…

[Shabelle] The European Union (EU) Naval Force has hosted the Prime Minister of Somalia, H.E Hassan Ali Khayre, aboard the flagship ESPS Galicia, to highlight the cooperation existing between EU and the Federal Government of Somalia, in policing Somalia waters.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Two Soldiers Injured in Al Shabaab Attack in Qoryoley

[Shabelle] At least Two Somali government soldiers were reported to have been wounded in Al shabaab attack on SNA bases in the town of Qoryoley, located some 120Km southwest of Mogadishu.

[Shabelle] At least Two Somali government soldiers were reported to have been wounded in Al shabaab attack on SNA bases in the town of Qoryoley, located some 120Km southwest of Mogadishu.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Legislators Demand Education Sector Reform

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Members of Parliament have challenged Government to revisit funding strategies towards the education sector arguing that the current low quality of education standards was retrogressive to development.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Members of Parliament have challenged Government to revisit funding strategies towards the education sector arguing that the current low quality of education standards was retrogressive to development.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi