Czech Christian Activist’s Co-Accused Remain in Sudan Prison

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Sudanese president’s recent decision to pardon a Czech activist has shed light on the case of his co-accused, who are now serving a 12-year sentence in a Khartoum prison.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Sudanese president's recent decision to pardon a Czech activist has shed light on the case of his co-accused, who are now serving a 12-year sentence in a Khartoum prison.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Khartoum Eye Centre Patients Still Suffer Blindness

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The patients of the Makkah Eye Hospital in Khartoum are still suffering from infections and loss of eyesight ten days after surgery. The state Health Ministry has formed special committees to investigate any missteps by the op…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The patients of the Makkah Eye Hospital in Khartoum are still suffering from infections and loss of eyesight ten days after surgery. The state Health Ministry has formed special committees to investigate any missteps by the ophthalmological centre.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Would a Cabinet Reshuffle Help Zuma or Backfire Against Him?

[Daily Maverick] For as long as the danger of a Cabinet reshuffle hangs over the country, particularly if it targets the finance ministry, President Jacob Zuma has enormous power. But as soon as Zuma announces the much-anticipated changes to the Cabine…

[Daily Maverick] For as long as the danger of a Cabinet reshuffle hangs over the country, particularly if it targets the finance ministry, President Jacob Zuma has enormous power. But as soon as Zuma announces the much-anticipated changes to the Cabinet, he loses his leverage - and possibly his usefulness to those in his political and business circle. Including the ANC's spanking new MP, Brian Molefe, into Cabinet would be yielding to pressure from this faction but it could also precipitate a massive political, and perhaps

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

WHO Scales up Response in Somalia As Drought Affected Millions

[Shabelle] The World Health Organization (WHO) is scaling up its response in Somalia to provide critical health services for 1.5 million people currently affected by severe drought conditions and a worsening food crisis. However, the Organization urgen…

[Shabelle] The World Health Organization (WHO) is scaling up its response in Somalia to provide critical health services for 1.5 million people currently affected by severe drought conditions and a worsening food crisis. However, the Organization urgently requires US$ 10 million as part of the United Nations appeal for the first 6 months of 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia