Patients to Get Free Breast Cancer Drugs

[Nation] The first batch of patients in a public hospital to be treated with a breast cancer drug that can cure early stages of the disease will receive their first dose on Thursday.

[Nation] The first batch of patients in a public hospital to be treated with a breast cancer drug that can cure early stages of the disease will receive their first dose on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Why We Won’t Disclose Cost of Buhari’s Medical Bill – Govt

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government said it will not succumb to pressure to disclose the amount expended on President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent medical treatment in London.

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government said it will not succumb to pressure to disclose the amount expended on President Muhammadu Buhari's recent medical treatment in London.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘I Want Jah Prayzah to Take Me Abroad’

[The Herald] Andy Muridzo says he joined Jah Prayzah’s Military Touch Movement with an aim of penetrating the regional market, since he appreciates collaborations that his mentor has done with other popular names on the continent.Jah Prayzah has collab…

[The Herald] Andy Muridzo says he joined Jah Prayzah's Military Touch Movement with an aim of penetrating the regional market, since he appreciates collaborations that his mentor has done with other popular names on the continent.Jah Prayzah has collaborated with Charma Girl from Botswana and Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania while another duet with Mafikizolo was recently completed in South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tribute to Freedom Fighter Fr O’malley and Poem From BJ Mpinganjira

[Nyasa Times] Fr. Patrick O’Malley, a Catholic priest who played a significant role in the development of multiparty democracy in Malawi died 19 March 2017 in Ireland and he was mourned by the Malawian community led by the Malawi High Commissioner to U…

[Nyasa Times] Fr. Patrick O'Malley, a Catholic priest who played a significant role in the development of multiparty democracy in Malawi died 19 March 2017 in Ireland and he was mourned by the Malawian community led by the Malawi High Commissioner to UK, Kenna Mphonda who had just been to see him two weeks earlier before he was taken to the hospital where he passed on.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ed Sheeran’s Visit Calls for Introspection

[FrontPageAfrica] ON A VISIT TO LIBERIA during the earlier part of March, British singer Ed Sheeran lost it when he broke down in tears, hearing the stories of very young boys who sleep in canoes in and sometimes are often sodomized by older boys and men.

[FrontPageAfrica] ON A VISIT TO LIBERIA during the earlier part of March, British singer Ed Sheeran lost it when he broke down in tears, hearing the stories of very young boys who sleep in canoes in and sometimes are often sodomized by older boys and men.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Land Commission Head and Lawyer Kicked Out of Committee Hearing

[Nation] National Land Commission Chairman Muhammad Swazuri and his lawyer Tom Ojienda were on Wednesday evening twice kicked out of a hearing of the National Assembly’s Lands Committee after defying the group because of a court order they had obtained…

[Nation] National Land Commission Chairman Muhammad Swazuri and his lawyer Tom Ojienda were on Wednesday evening twice kicked out of a hearing of the National Assembly's Lands Committee after defying the group because of a court order they had obtained against Parliament.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

“Does Leadership Matter” in the Nigerian Health Sector?

[Nigeria Health Watch] The greatest challenges and the greatest opportunities that any unit in society has begins with its pattern of leadership. Who makes those decisions that create ripples, trickling down into the lives of the people, and in whose i…

[Nigeria Health Watch] The greatest challenges and the greatest opportunities that any unit in society has begins with its pattern of leadership. Who makes those decisions that create ripples, trickling down into the lives of the people, and in whose interest are those decisions made? Leadership occupies a pivotal role from the domestic sphere of the family to the public sphere of companies and organizations, to industries, and ultimately the nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria