Child Deaths Grip Famished Somalia

[CAJ News] Mogadishu -THOUSANDS of children have been diagnosed withc holera or acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) in Somalia since the beginning of the year, raising fears figures will outstrip the 130 000 children killed in the famine in 2011. More than 18…

[CAJ News] Mogadishu -THOUSANDS of children have been diagnosed withc holera or acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) in Somalia since the beginning of the year, raising fears figures will outstrip the 130 000 children killed in the famine in 2011. More than 18 400 cases of cholera/AWD have been reported a few months into 2017, far surpassing the 15 600 cases reported the whole of 2016. "These numbers are a wake-up call," said Leila Pakkala, United Nations Children's Fund director for Eastern and Southern Africa. "Children are dying fro

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Resource Wars, Economic Slide Worsen Nigeria Misery

[CAJ News] Abuja -ESCALATING resource-based conflicts and a receding economy are exacerbating the woes of Nigeria, the continent’s most populous nation battling a deadly campaign waged by the Boko Haram terror group. The Islamic militant sect has kille…

[CAJ News] Abuja -ESCALATING resource-based conflicts and a receding economy are exacerbating the woes of Nigeria, the continent's most populous nation battling a deadly campaign waged by the Boko Haram terror group. The Islamic militant sect has killed over 20 000 and displaced some 2 million Nigerians in the northeast but the military has made some significant strides against the militants. However, as the Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWSNET) has pointed out, resource based farmer/pastoralist conflict in central

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Senators Encourage Education, Agriculture

[Cameroon Tribune] Bokito (Mbam et Inoubou) – The Senators of the Centre Region made history in Bokito, Mbam and Inoubou Division on March 2, 2017 when they donated academic excellence prizes and certificates to students of all the Subdivisions of the …

[Cameroon Tribune] Bokito (Mbam et Inoubou) - The Senators of the Centre Region made history in Bokito, Mbam and Inoubou Division on March 2, 2017 when they donated academic excellence prizes and certificates to students of all the Subdivisions of the Division, benches for some schools and farm inputs such as wheelbarrows, sprayers, cutlasses, piglets and animal feed to ten young farmers. The prizes were awarded to students who performed well in the 2016 session of the Baccaleaureat Examination and also those who excelled in

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ANC Integrity Commission Wants Zuma to Resign

[Daily Maverick] A letter signed by ANC Integrity Commission Chair Andrew Mlangeni will be delivered to ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe on Monday calling for an urgent meeting with the party’s top officials. Mlangeni said the Integrity Commission …

[Daily Maverick] A letter signed by ANC Integrity Commission Chair Andrew Mlangeni will be delivered to ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe on Monday calling for an urgent meeting with the party's top officials. Mlangeni said the Integrity Commission is "deeply perturbed" by President Zuma's decision to reshuffle cabinet without consultation. Also, public statements from the SG and Treasurer General, Zweli Mkhize, distancing themselves from Zuma's conduct was unprecedented in the history of the movement. The IC intends to

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Two Guards in Critical Condition After Being Shot in Joburg Cash Heist

[News24Wire] Two security guards sustained critical injuries during a shooting, apparently during a cash-in-transit heist in the Johannesburg CBD on Monday morning, paramedics said.

[News24Wire] Two security guards sustained critical injuries during a shooting, apparently during a cash-in-transit heist in the Johannesburg CBD on Monday morning, paramedics said.

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We Won’t Allow Zuma to ‘Be Treated Like a Lame Duck’ – New Transport Minister

[News24Wire] The call for mass mobilisation by axed finance minister Pravin Gordhan was highly criticised by newly sworn-in Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi during his first media briefing in Pretoria on Monday.

[News24Wire] The call for mass mobilisation by axed finance minister Pravin Gordhan was highly criticised by newly sworn-in Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi during his first media briefing in Pretoria on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa