Children Living With Albinism Start Reuniting With Families

[Citizen] Mwanza -The Karagwe Community Based Rehabilitation Programme (KCBRP), which is a non-government-run programme, has started working on a strategy of removing children living with albinism from centres, where they have been taken care of, to th…

[Citizen] Mwanza -The Karagwe Community Based Rehabilitation Programme (KCBRP), which is a non-government-run programme, has started working on a strategy of removing children living with albinism from centres, where they have been taken care of, to their families so they could be imparted with the good foundations of being brought up.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Africa With Unique Opportunity for Economic Affirmation

[ANGOP] Kigali -The Angolan minister of Trade, Jofre Van-Dunem Júnior, said last Monday in Kigali, Rwanda, that with the signing of the Continental Free Trade Zone Africa has the great opportunity to affirm itself economically.

[ANGOP] Kigali -The Angolan minister of Trade, Jofre Van-Dunem Júnior, said last Monday in Kigali, Rwanda, that with the signing of the Continental Free Trade Zone Africa has the great opportunity to affirm itself economically.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Help Us, Please, HIV-Positive Kids Plea to Govt

[Daily News] Moshi -CHILDREN living with HIV/ Aids and the stakeholders fighting for their cause have made a moving plea for government backing, arguing that NGO efforts alone had proved inadequate to guarantee them hope.

[Daily News] Moshi -CHILDREN living with HIV/ Aids and the stakeholders fighting for their cause have made a moving plea for government backing, arguing that NGO efforts alone had proved inadequate to guarantee them hope.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Absence of Ministers Irks Magufuli

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli yesterday expressed his disappointment over absence of two ministers at the 11th Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) meeting, which he chaired at the State House.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli yesterday expressed his disappointment over absence of two ministers at the 11th Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) meeting, which he chaired at the State House.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kidnappers On Tricycle Bath Unimaid Student With Acid

[Leadership] A final year student of the Universty of Maiduguri, Fatima Abu Usman is currently on admission at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital(UMTH ) battling with acid burns after two men kidnapped her in in Maiduguri on tricycle( Keke N…

[Leadership] A final year student of the Universty of Maiduguri, Fatima Abu Usman is currently on admission at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital(UMTH ) battling with acid burns after two men kidnapped her in in Maiduguri on tricycle( Keke NAPEP)) and dumped her after dispossesing her of her mobile phones and other valuables.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Bankers Association Concludes Wellness Initiative

[New Era] Windhoek -The Bankers Association of Namibia (BAN), comprising the major banking institutions in the country, namely, Bank Windhoek, Standard Bank, Nedbank, First National Bank, Letshego Bank and Bank Bic, last Thursday concluded its 2018 Wel…

[New Era] Windhoek -The Bankers Association of Namibia (BAN), comprising the major banking institutions in the country, namely, Bank Windhoek, Standard Bank, Nedbank, First National Bank, Letshego Bank and Bank Bic, last Thursday concluded its 2018 Wellness Initiative 'Shake-a-Tin' with a formal handover at Fidel Castro Ruz Primary School in Windhoek.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Govt 50% Allowance Review Nonsense – Doctors

[New Zimbabwe] The government has announced a 50 percent upward review of allowances for junior doctors and other public health staff who have downed tools beginning of the month citing low wages and poor working conditions.

[New Zimbabwe] The government has announced a 50 percent upward review of allowances for junior doctors and other public health staff who have downed tools beginning of the month citing low wages and poor working conditions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe