Early Healthcare Mitigates Hepatitis Mortality

[New Era] Windhoek -The Ministry of Health and Social Services has urged pregnant women who display symptoms of hepatitis E to seek medical attention as soon as possible to decrease their chances of dying.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Ministry of Health and Social Services has urged pregnant women who display symptoms of hepatitis E to seek medical attention as soon as possible to decrease their chances of dying.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

A Place Called Home – Tensions Boil Over in Gugulethu Over Land Squeeze

[Daily Maverick] In tension over housing and land, Gugulethu residents recently built shacks on vacant land to protest against the lack of adequate housing. Some residents set fire to a car that was parked outside the popular Tshisa Nyama, Mzoli’s, and…

[Daily Maverick] In tension over housing and land, Gugulethu residents recently built shacks on vacant land to protest against the lack of adequate housing. Some residents set fire to a car that was parked outside the popular Tshisa Nyama, Mzoli's, and looted a supermarket. The City's anti-land invasion unit razed their shacks. But backyard dwellers are making it clear that they have had enough.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nine Officials Arrested for Helping Foreign Parolees Escape – Cele

[News24Wire] Nine government officials arrested on Friday have been accused of illegally releasing at least 36 parolees over the period of a year so that they could escape deportation.

[News24Wire] Nine government officials arrested on Friday have been accused of illegally releasing at least 36 parolees over the period of a year so that they could escape deportation.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Baby Boy Born With Two Heads

[SudaNow] The City of Kosti in the White Nile State last week saw a medical rare case when a woman gave birth to a baby boy with two heads. The baby was moved to the intensive care of the Khartoum Teaching Hospital. A doctor at the hospital told Sudano…

[SudaNow] The City of Kosti in the White Nile State last week saw a medical rare case when a woman gave birth to a baby boy with two heads. The baby was moved to the intensive care of the Khartoum Teaching Hospital. A doctor at the hospital told Sudanow the baby is now under the attention of a team of doctors.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Crocodile Population Explodes in Zambezi

[New Era] Windhoek -As the floodwaters from the Zambezi River increase it has been reported the crocodile population is also increasing, leaving residents in the flood-prone Kabbe areas exposed to frequent attacks by these reptiles.

[New Era] Windhoek -As the floodwaters from the Zambezi River increase it has been reported the crocodile population is also increasing, leaving residents in the flood-prone Kabbe areas exposed to frequent attacks by these reptiles.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Land Debate Not a ‘War’ Between Black, White South Africans – Opposition Leader

[News24Wire] DA leader Mmusi Maimane has slammed the characterisation of the heated debate on expropriation of land without compensation as a “war” between black and white South Africans.

[News24Wire] DA leader Mmusi Maimane has slammed the characterisation of the heated debate on expropriation of land without compensation as a "war" between black and white South Africans.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Simbine, Bruintjies Headline 100m in Paarl

[News24Wire] Akani Simbine and Henricho Bruintjies are undoubtedly one of the major drawcards in the men’s 100m at the 3rd and final Athletix Grand Prix series meeting at the Dal Josaphat Stadium, Paarl on Thursday, March 22.

[News24Wire] Akani Simbine and Henricho Bruintjies are undoubtedly one of the major drawcards in the men's 100m at the 3rd and final Athletix Grand Prix series meeting at the Dal Josaphat Stadium, Paarl on Thursday, March 22.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Army Failed to Act on Warnings of Mass Abduction – Report

[AI London] Nigerian security forces failed to act on advance warnings that a convoy of Boko Haram fighters was heading towards a town where they abducted 110 schoolgirls last month, an investigation by Amnesty International has revealed.

[AI London] Nigerian security forces failed to act on advance warnings that a convoy of Boko Haram fighters was heading towards a town where they abducted 110 schoolgirls last month, an investigation by Amnesty International has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Coligny Trial Postponed After Afrikaans Interpreter Unavailable

[News24Wire] The trial of two men, accused of killing a teenage boy in Coligny in the North West, was postponed due to the non-availability of an Afrikaans interpreter.

[News24Wire] The trial of two men, accused of killing a teenage boy in Coligny in the North West, was postponed due to the non-availability of an Afrikaans interpreter.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa