JPM’s Directive Being Ignored, Firm Laments

[Daily News] MUNICIPALITIES in the country owe the Tanzania Biotech Product Limited, producer of the biolarvacides -‑ the latest and effective chemical that kills mosquito larvae ‑- more than 2bn/-, a situation that compromises the company’s operations.

[Daily News] MUNICIPALITIES in the country owe the Tanzania Biotech Product Limited, producer of the biolarvacides -‑ the latest and effective chemical that kills mosquito larvae ‑- more than 2bn/-, a situation that compromises the company's operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ebola Survivors Sue Sierra Leone Government

[East African] Two Ebola survivors have filed a suit at the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) court against the Sierra Leonean government’s handling of the 2014 epidemic.

[East African] Two Ebola survivors have filed a suit at the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) court against the Sierra Leonean government's handling of the 2014 epidemic.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Journalist Celebrates His Release From Ethiopian Jail

[Shabelle] Somali Journalist Mohamed Aweys Mudey known as “Boqorka Bartamaha” is celebrating for regaining his freedom after being released from a jail in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The veteran journalist has been behind bars in the capital city of Ethiopi…

[Shabelle] Somali Journalist Mohamed Aweys Mudey known as "Boqorka Bartamaha" is celebrating for regaining his freedom after being released from a jail in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The veteran journalist has been behind bars in the capital city of Ethiopia for more than four years after he was sentenced to 27 years in prison over terror-related charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Defence Minister Urges Troops to Defend the Country

[Shabelle] The newly appointed Somalia’s Minister of defense Mohamed Mursal has called on the national army soldiers to defend the country from the Al Qaeda-linked Al Shabaab militants.

[Shabelle] The newly appointed Somalia's Minister of defense Mohamed Mursal has called on the national army soldiers to defend the country from the Al Qaeda-linked Al Shabaab militants.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Forgive State Capture Like You Forgave Apartheid – Minister

[News24Wire] ANC Women’s League president Bathabile Dlamini says South Africans must practice forgiveness when it comes to state capture, in the same way they forgave apartheid.

[News24Wire] ANC Women's League president Bathabile Dlamini says South Africans must practice forgiveness when it comes to state capture, in the same way they forgave apartheid.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kagame Warns Criticism Will Not Stop Crackdown

[East African] Rwandan President Paul Kagame has said that his party will not pay attention to “alarmists” who promise asylum and protection to Rwandans who are pushing foreign interests.

[East African] Rwandan President Paul Kagame has said that his party will not pay attention to "alarmists" who promise asylum and protection to Rwandans who are pushing foreign interests.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwanda Patriotic Front Turns 30, Urges Youth to Take Up Positions

[East African] The ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front-RPF Inkotanyi last week capped celebrations of 30 years of existence with the party chairman President Paul Kagame urging members to remain true to the values of the political entity which has been in po…

[East African] The ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front-RPF Inkotanyi last week capped celebrations of 30 years of existence with the party chairman President Paul Kagame urging members to remain true to the values of the political entity which has been in power for 23 years now.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

The Mahreeb – Natural Treatment for Gallstones

[SudaNow] Ehsan Mohammed Ali, was a high school student in Rosiers town of Sudan’s Blue Nile State. It was at the school day time that she began suffering from acute colic. When taken to hospital for medical checkup, and upon diagnosis, doctors discove…

[SudaNow] Ehsan Mohammed Ali, was a high school student in Rosiers town of Sudan's Blue Nile State. It was at the school day time that she began suffering from acute colic. When taken to hospital for medical checkup, and upon diagnosis, doctors discovered gallstones within and outside her urinary tracks. A surgical intervention was required, including a surgery or a lithotripsy.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan