Pastoralists Move to North Uganda in Search of Food

[East African] As Uganda grapples with food insecurity, which is termed as a near crisis, it is also dealing with an influx of internal and external pastoralists searching for water and pasture for their livestock in northern Uganda.

[East African] As Uganda grapples with food insecurity, which is termed as a near crisis, it is also dealing with an influx of internal and external pastoralists searching for water and pasture for their livestock in northern Uganda.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

The Real Risks Behind South Africa’s Social Grant Payment Crisis

[The Conversation Africa] The dispute hovering over South Africa’s social grant system and threatening millions of vulnerable beneficiaries with nonpayment creates risks that go far beyond interrupting poor people’s access to desperately needed grants.

[The Conversation Africa] The dispute hovering over South Africa's social grant system and threatening millions of vulnerable beneficiaries with nonpayment creates risks that go far beyond interrupting poor people's access to desperately needed grants.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

The Nitty-Gritty of South Africa’s Annual Budget

[The Conversation Africa] Government budgets across the world are often delivered with some fanfare. South Africa is no exception. In February every year South Africa’s Minister of Finance presents his Budget Speech to Parliament amid national excitement.

[The Conversation Africa] Government budgets across the world are often delivered with some fanfare. South Africa is no exception. In February every year South Africa's Minister of Finance presents his Budget Speech to Parliament amid national excitement.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Report Blames Tanzania for Increase in Non-Tariff Barriers

[East African] When it comes to non-tariff barriers, each country in the East African Community has a story of its own: If not complaining about another member state, the said country is imposing its own, according to a report on the elimination of non…

[East African] When it comes to non-tariff barriers, each country in the East African Community has a story of its own: If not complaining about another member state, the said country is imposing its own, according to a report on the elimination of non-tariff barriers in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Why Doctors Are Sticking to Their Guns

[The Conversation Africa] The doctor’s strike in Kenya has been going on for nearly three months, and both sides are digging in. The government is refusing to give in to the doctors’ demand and has gone as far as declaring the strike illegal. This has …

[The Conversation Africa] The doctor's strike in Kenya has been going on for nearly three months, and both sides are digging in. The government is refusing to give in to the doctors' demand and has gone as far as declaring the strike illegal. This has led to the court's involvement and the arrest and jailing of doctors.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Economy, Land Top President Zuma’s Talk With Communities

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -While the South African economy is slowly beginning to pick up government is adamant that it will continue to push for radical socio-economic transformation, President Jacob Zuma said.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -While the South African economy is slowly beginning to pick up government is adamant that it will continue to push for radical socio-economic transformation, President Jacob Zuma said.

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Makhura Calls for Parties to Work Together to Make Gauteng Stronger

[News24Wire] Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Monday asked political parties to put their differences aside and work together for the benefit of Gauteng’s residents.

[News24Wire] Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Monday asked political parties to put their differences aside and work together for the benefit of Gauteng's residents.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa