Residents Blame Councillor for Hepatitis E Spread

[Namibian] SOME residents of Windhoek’s Havana informal settlement, where most cases of hepatitis E have been reported, yesterday accused their constituency councillor of neglect.

[Namibian] SOME residents of Windhoek's Havana informal settlement, where most cases of hepatitis E have been reported, yesterday accused their constituency councillor of neglect.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bié – Government Prioritizes Improved Health Care

[ANGOP] Cuito -The governor of Bie, Manuel de Boavida Neto, Monday considered that the improvement of medical care and the solution of the problem of the scarcity of medicines and expendable materials are the order of the day in his portfolio.

[ANGOP] Cuito -The governor of Bie, Manuel de Boavida Neto, Monday considered that the improvement of medical care and the solution of the problem of the scarcity of medicines and expendable materials are the order of the day in his portfolio.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

#FeesHaveFallen but Uncertainty Casts Doubt On Universities

[Daily Maverick] University stakeholders were in last-minute discussions on Monday to ensure the academic year begins without interruption. The sustainability of President Jacob Zuma’s announcement on free education remains in question and political pa…

[Daily Maverick] University stakeholders were in last-minute discussions on Monday to ensure the academic year begins without interruption. The sustainability of President Jacob Zuma's announcement on free education remains in question and political parties took full advantage of the uncertainty. By GREG NICOLSON.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

City Loses N$2 Billion in Four Years

[Namibian] AN AUDITOR general’s report compiled during the 2015/16 financial year revealed that the City of Windhoek incurred losses that amounted to more than N$2 billion in four years.

[Namibian] AN AUDITOR general's report compiled during the 2015/16 financial year revealed that the City of Windhoek incurred losses that amounted to more than N$2 billion in four years.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Fredokiss Geared to Take On 2018

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -After emerging as one of the biggest 2017 Malawi hip hop acts, Fredokiss has avoided going into hibernation as he plans to return onto the scene as early as February.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -After emerging as one of the biggest 2017 Malawi hip hop acts, Fredokiss has avoided going into hibernation as he plans to return onto the scene as early as February.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

DFID Donates Motor Cycle to Community Initiative for Social Empowerment

[Malawi News Agency] Mchinji -Department for International Development (DFID) Monday donated a brand new motor cycle to Community Initiative for Social Empowerment (CISE) after successfully implementing Civic Engagement to Keep Girls in Safe School pro…

[Malawi News Agency] Mchinji -Department for International Development (DFID) Monday donated a brand new motor cycle to Community Initiative for Social Empowerment (CISE) after successfully implementing Civic Engagement to Keep Girls in Safe School project in Mchinji district.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Community Libraries Key in Addressing High Illiteracy Levels’-Gomani

[Malawi News Agency] Ntcheu -Paramount Chief Gomani V of the Maseko Ngoni in Ntcheu says establishment of community libraries in remote areas is the only way to reduce high literacy levels amongst the citizenry in Malawi.

[Malawi News Agency] Ntcheu -Paramount Chief Gomani V of the Maseko Ngoni in Ntcheu says establishment of community libraries in remote areas is the only way to reduce high literacy levels amongst the citizenry in Malawi.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Chinsapo Community Leaders Worried With Rampant Drug Abuse

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe, 8 January: Community local leaders and religious institutions at Chinsapo in Lilongwe have expressed concern with drug abuse by the youth in the area, saying it could lead to unproductive society if the vice is not instan…

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe, 8 January: Community local leaders and religious institutions at Chinsapo in Lilongwe have expressed concern with drug abuse by the youth in the area, saying it could lead to unproductive society if the vice is not instantly corrected.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi