Cancer Ward Receives Commodes From MTC Staff

[New Era] Windhoek -Namibia’s premier mobile telecommunications service provider, MTC, through its MTC Care Initiative, last Thursday donated commodes, chairs and nappies to the cancer ward at Windhoek Central Hospital.

[New Era] Windhoek -Namibia's premier mobile telecommunications service provider, MTC, through its MTC Care Initiative, last Thursday donated commodes, chairs and nappies to the cancer ward at Windhoek Central Hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

What South Africa’s Reserve Bank Can – and Can’t – Do About Illicit Financial Flows

[The Conversation Africa] Developing nations are facing a rising wave of illicit financial flows and money laundering. In South Africa the country’s Reserve Bank is at the forefront of managing the problem. Mills Soko asked South African Reserve Bank d…

[The Conversation Africa] Developing nations are facing a rising wave of illicit financial flows and money laundering. In South Africa the country's Reserve Bank is at the forefront of managing the problem. Mills Soko asked South African Reserve Bank deputy governor and registrar of banks, Kuben Naidoo, to explain the scale of the challenge and what's been done about it.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Post Office Will Get Deal to Pay Social Grants By Friday

[GroundUp] “Subject to cost effectiveness” the South African Post Office will be providing four essential services needed to pay social grants on 1 April 2018. This was the assurance given by Jeff Radebe, chairperson of the Interministerial Committee (…

[GroundUp] "Subject to cost effectiveness" the South African Post Office will be providing four essential services needed to pay social grants on 1 April 2018. This was the assurance given by Jeff Radebe, chairperson of the Interministerial Committee (IMC) on Comprehensive Social Security, which has also been tasked with overseeing the phasing out of the current service provider - Cash Paymaster Services.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

The Makwakwa Dossier, Part One – Moyane, Hogan Lovells and the Investigation That Never Really Was

[Daily Maverick] Jonas Makwakwa’s disciplinary process seems so tailored that it borders on the realm of being cooked. Tom Moyane tried his utmost to keep the facts and the prolonged process secret and in the end attempted to mislead the public into th…

[Daily Maverick] Jonas Makwakwa's disciplinary process seems so tailored that it borders on the realm of being cooked. Tom Moyane tried his utmost to keep the facts and the prolonged process secret and in the end attempted to mislead the public into thinking his second-in-command has been cleared of fraud and money laundering allegations. Scorpio can now reveal that the opposite is true, show how the tailoring was done and explain how Moyane was aided and abetted by the international law firm Hogan Lovells. By PAULI VAN WY

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cancer – Radiotherapy Services to Resume Next Month

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI) has announced that the recently purchased ?320,000 radiotherapy machine is fully installed and services are set to resume next month.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI) has announced that the recently purchased ?320,000 radiotherapy machine is fully installed and services are set to resume next month.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

CHF Members Now to Access Services At Ifakara’s St Francis Hospital

[Citizen] Kilombero -St Francis Hospital based in Ifakara, Kilombero District has signed an agreement with the Ifakara Town Council to offer treatment to patients who are members of the Community Health Fund (CHF).

[Citizen] Kilombero -St Francis Hospital based in Ifakara, Kilombero District has signed an agreement with the Ifakara Town Council to offer treatment to patients who are members of the Community Health Fund (CHF).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Human Rights Commission Hears of Abuses in Remote Towns

[GroundUp] “If we live in rural farm areas, how can we get to the Human Rights Commission? There is no one here to protect us,” Davine Cloete, a community activists from Uitkyk, Lutzville in the Western Cape, told officials of the South African Human R…

[GroundUp] "If we live in rural farm areas, how can we get to the Human Rights Commission? There is no one here to protect us," Davine Cloete, a community activists from Uitkyk, Lutzville in the Western Cape, told officials of the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC).

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Over One Million Women to Benefit From Safe Delivery, Child Health Programme

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -More than one million women are expected to benefit with a Safe Delivery and Child Health Programme following a Sh114.2 billion donation from the Canadian Embassy.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -More than one million women are expected to benefit with a Safe Delivery and Child Health Programme following a Sh114.2 billion donation from the Canadian Embassy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Zanzibar Hunts 53 Million – to Host ‘Special Olympic’

[Daily News] WITH less than three weeks left, Zanzibar is calling for a financial support as it prepares to host the national Junior Special Olympics. According to the organisers, the budget to host the national level competition for children with ment…

[Daily News] WITH less than three weeks left, Zanzibar is calling for a financial support as it prepares to host the national Junior Special Olympics. According to the organisers, the budget to host the national level competition for children with mental disability, is estimated at 53m/-.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania