Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs On Disaster Management in Western Cape

[Govt of SA] NATJOC Priority committee Disaster Management met this morning at 10h00 in Pretoria. The JOC received a report from the Western Cape Teams on the ground coordinated through the Provincial Joints Operation Intelligence Structure (PROVJOINTS…

[Govt of SA] NATJOC Priority committee Disaster Management met this morning at 10h00 in Pretoria. The JOC received a report from the Western Cape Teams on the ground coordinated through the Provincial Joints Operation Intelligence Structure (PROVJOINTS) and the Provincial Disaster Management.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Lawmakers Halt ‘All’ LEC Contract Negotiations

[Observer] The lack of coordination among the branches of Government has created setbacks following a move by the House of Representatives to halt all contract negotiations taking place between the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) and private inst…

[Observer] The lack of coordination among the branches of Government has created setbacks following a move by the House of Representatives to halt all contract negotiations taking place between the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) and private institutions relating to the sub-contracting of electricity transmission operations in leeward counties and other parts of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

PYJ Promises ‘Democratic Coup d’État’

[Observer] The political leader of the Movement for Democracy and Reconciliation (MDR), Senator Prince Yormie Johnson, has promised to stage what he called a ‘democratic coup d’état’ at the ballot box this year to bring an end to minority rule in the country.

[Observer] The political leader of the Movement for Democracy and Reconciliation (MDR), Senator Prince Yormie Johnson, has promised to stage what he called a 'democratic coup d'état' at the ballot box this year to bring an end to minority rule in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MOH Gets Medical Disinfectant Worth 144K Euros

[Observer] The Ministry of Health on Wednesday received a large consignment of medical disinfectant materials worth over 144,000 Euros (US$161,335) from Numelec, a Swiss group in partnership with Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai to improve the countr…

[Observer] The Ministry of Health on Wednesday received a large consignment of medical disinfectant materials worth over 144,000 Euros (US$161,335) from Numelec, a Swiss group in partnership with Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai to improve the country's health sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Gabriel Johns – ‘I Take the Blame’

[Observer] After conceding his third defeat of the season, the head coach of Keitrace FC, Gabriel Johns, says he takes the blame for the defeat against LPRC Oilers in his side’s previous midweek fixture at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

[Observer] After conceding his third defeat of the season, the head coach of Keitrace FC, Gabriel Johns, says he takes the blame for the defeat against LPRC Oilers in his side's previous midweek fixture at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

No Case Against Keita

[Observer] The Monrovia City Court yesterday dropped criminal coercion charges brought against child rights activist Abraham M. Keita by Grand Gedeh County District #2 Representative Morais Waylee.

[Observer] The Monrovia City Court yesterday dropped criminal coercion charges brought against child rights activist Abraham M. Keita by Grand Gedeh County District #2 Representative Morais Waylee.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kenyan Varsities Face Financial Crisis On Declining Fee-Paying Students

[East African] Kenya’s universities are staring at financial crisis as incomes from fee-paying students decline following reforms introduced in national examinations last year, an international conference heard Wednesday.

[East African] Kenya's universities are staring at financial crisis as incomes from fee-paying students decline following reforms introduced in national examinations last year, an international conference heard Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

How a Rare Skin Disease Links South Africa to an 18th Century French Seaman

[The Conversation Africa] Keratolytic Winter Erythema – more commonly referred to as KWE – is a genetic skin disease affecting the palms and the soles. It’s also colloquially known as “Oudtshoorn skin” because many people with the condition were living…

[The Conversation Africa] Keratolytic Winter Erythema - more commonly referred to as KWE - is a genetic skin disease affecting the palms and the soles. It's also colloquially known as "Oudtshoorn skin" because many people with the condition were living in this rural town in South Africa's Western Cape when it was first described.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SA Suspends Trade in Poultry From Zimbabwe

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -South Africa has suspended all trade in birds and chicken products from Zimbabwe following a report on an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in one of the commercial chicken flocks in Zimbabwe.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -South Africa has suspended all trade in birds and chicken products from Zimbabwe following a report on an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in one of the commercial chicken flocks in Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stolen Property Recovered and Four Suspects Arrested

[SAPS] Thorough investigations by a detective of Manenberg SAPS led to the arrest of four suspects aged 21, 24, 24 and 28 respectively, today (Friday, 2017-06-09) at about 05:00 after a theft out of motor vehicle case was reported.

[SAPS] Thorough investigations by a detective of Manenberg SAPS led to the arrest of four suspects aged 21, 24, 24 and 28 respectively, today (Friday, 2017-06-09) at about 05:00 after a theft out of motor vehicle case was reported.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa