Mombasa Varsity Students Give Govt Three Days to Resolve Dons’ Strike

[Nation] Students of the Technical University of Mombasa Monday took to the streets demanding that the national government negotiates and implements the 2013-2017 collective bargaining agreement with the striking lecturers.

[Nation] Students of the Technical University of Mombasa Monday took to the streets demanding that the national government negotiates and implements the 2013-2017 collective bargaining agreement with the striking lecturers.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Doctors Not Paid Promotion Arrears Since 2014

[Daily Trust] Calabar -The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) and chairman committee of CMDs in Nigeria, Prof Thomas Agan has disclosed that federal government has not paid doctors their promotion arrears sin…

[Daily Trust] Calabar -The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) and chairman committee of CMDs in Nigeria, Prof Thomas Agan has disclosed that federal government has not paid doctors their promotion arrears since 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

LGBT Battle for Healthcare

[Deutsche Welle] In Malawi, colonial-era laws on homosexuality may have been suspended, but LBGT face ridicule and religious bigotry when trying to access something as necessary and prosaic as medical treatment.

[Deutsche Welle] In Malawi, colonial-era laws on homosexuality may have been suspended, but LBGT face ridicule and religious bigotry when trying to access something as necessary and prosaic as medical treatment.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

7 Die of Hunger in Gedo As Famine Looms

[Shabelle] Seven people, including children are confirmed died of hunger in Gedo region as major parts of the horn of Africa country is hit by a sever drought which effected millions of persons.

[Shabelle] Seven people, including children are confirmed died of hunger in Gedo region as major parts of the horn of Africa country is hit by a sever drought which effected millions of persons.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Our Bad Apples

[Daily Trust] Nigerians are everywhere. Our talented folk are making us proud in many fields of human endeavour, but it is the criminal minority engaged in wire fraud, prostitution rings, drug peddling and gangsterism that the world notices. We have th…

[Daily Trust] Nigerians are everywhere. Our talented folk are making us proud in many fields of human endeavour, but it is the criminal minority engaged in wire fraud, prostitution rings, drug peddling and gangsterism that the world notices. We have thus been stereotyped as a nation of dishonest people, a country of subhuman pathological bandits. But nothing could be farther from the truth as more than 99% of Nigerians are just like decent people anywhere else who are making an honest living and contributing to society.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Gunmen Kill Businessman in Central Somalia

[Shabelle] Suspected Al shabaab assassins shot dead Mumin Dheere, a well-known businessman in Beledweyne, the regional capital of Hiiraan province in central Somalia on Saturday evening.

[Shabelle] Suspected Al shabaab assassins shot dead Mumin Dheere, a well-known businessman in Beledweyne, the regional capital of Hiiraan province in central Somalia on Saturday evening.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Somalia to Amend Electoral Process for 2020 Polls

[Shabelle] The chairwoman of Somalia’s National Independent Electoral Commission and Boundaries Commission Halima Yarey has called for an amendment in the electoral procedures.

[Shabelle] The chairwoman of Somalia's National Independent Electoral Commission and Boundaries Commission Halima Yarey has called for an amendment in the electoral procedures.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Former President Urged Judiciary to Hear Public Complaints

[Daily News] Retired President Ali Hassan Mwinyi has advised the judiciary to routinely set aside time to receive complaints from members of the public to improve service delivery.

[Daily News] Retired President Ali Hassan Mwinyi has advised the judiciary to routinely set aside time to receive complaints from members of the public to improve service delivery.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kacheliba Residents Fight Drought By Digging Home Dams

[Nation] Residents of Kacheliba in West Pokot County have embarked on drought mitigation measures in order to cushion themselves against hunger by building small dams in their homesteads.

[Nation] Residents of Kacheliba in West Pokot County have embarked on drought mitigation measures in order to cushion themselves against hunger by building small dams in their homesteads.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya