NC Political Sector – Sanctions Hurt the People Directly

[SNA] Khartoum -The Political Sector within the National Congress party, chaired by the Deputy chairman of the party for Partisan Affairs, has stressed that the economic sanctions do affect the Sudanese people more than the government, saying the Ameri…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Political Sector within the National Congress party, chaired by the Deputy chairman of the party for Partisan Affairs, has stressed that the economic sanctions do affect the Sudanese people more than the government, saying the American administration bear the burden of the matter

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Proteas Women On the Hunt to Make History

[News24Wire] Tuesday, 18 July will be a special day for South Africans all over the world, not only because it is International Nelson Mandela Day, but because the Proteas will seek to make history when they face off against England in the first semi-f…

[News24Wire] Tuesday, 18 July will be a special day for South Africans all over the world, not only because it is International Nelson Mandela Day, but because the Proteas will seek to make history when they face off against England in the first semi-final of the 2017 ICC Women's World Cup in Bristol.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fear Grips Bwiza Residents Over Consecutive Grenade Attacks

[Iwacu] Two attacks have been perpetrated in Bwiza neighborhood in central Bujumbura, injuring dozens of people just within one week, different sources say. Fear haunts the residents of the locality

[Iwacu] Two attacks have been perpetrated in Bwiza neighborhood in central Bujumbura, injuring dozens of people just within one week, different sources say. Fear haunts the residents of the locality

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Internet Back in Mogadishu As Govt Talks Tough On Provider

[Dalsan Radio] Internet services are back to normal in parts of central and Southern Somalia after a two week outage. The capital Mogadishu which has in fortnight lost millions of dollars was in a celebratory mood following resumption of internet servi…

[Dalsan Radio] Internet services are back to normal in parts of central and Southern Somalia after a two week outage. The capital Mogadishu which has in fortnight lost millions of dollars was in a celebratory mood following resumption of internet services.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Minds Made Up As Kenyans Hope for Peaceful August Polls

[Capital FM] Nairobi -With barely 21 days to the August General Election and with campaigns having reached their peak, Kenyans have expressed an eagerness to vote and get the exercise behind them.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -With barely 21 days to the August General Election and with campaigns having reached their peak, Kenyans have expressed an eagerness to vote and get the exercise behind them.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Blood Prices Highest in the Region

[New Zimbabwe] Local blood prices are the highest in the region with a senior health ministry official admitting that the National Blood Services of Zimbabwe (NBSZ) is not adequately funded by the government.

[New Zimbabwe] Local blood prices are the highest in the region with a senior health ministry official admitting that the National Blood Services of Zimbabwe (NBSZ) is not adequately funded by the government.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe