Nearly Two-Thirds of the Population At Risk of Rising Hunger

[WFP] More than 7 million people in South Sudan – almost two-thirds of the population – could become severely food insecure in the coming months without sustained humanitarian assistance and access, three United Nations agencies warned today.

[WFP] More than 7 million people in South Sudan - almost two-thirds of the population - could become severely food insecure in the coming months without sustained humanitarian assistance and access, three United Nations agencies warned today.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

‘Food Insecurity Outlook Has Never Been So Dire,’ UN Warns

[UN News] One year after famine was declared in parts of South Sudan, three United Nations agencies warned on Monday that without sustained humanitarian assistance and access, more than seven million people in the crisis-torn country- almost two-thirds…

[UN News] One year after famine was declared in parts of South Sudan, three United Nations agencies warned on Monday that without sustained humanitarian assistance and access, more than seven million people in the crisis-torn country- almost two-thirds of the population - could become severely food insecure in the coming months.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Tembocard Opens New Credit Method Frontiers

[Daily News] CRDB Bank’s TemboCard has come a long way from debit to credit card, thanks to the existence of credit referral bureaus. The card reached a milestone last week supported by the establishment of credit reference to put the country financial…

[Daily News] CRDB Bank's TemboCard has come a long way from debit to credit card, thanks to the existence of credit referral bureaus. The card reached a milestone last week supported by the establishment of credit reference to put the country financial sector in a new high.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Malawi Reggae Star Queen Fyah Bounces Back – ‘Love Your Woman’

[Nyasa Times] Music is a powerful tool that sends message and bring change to society, Blantyre based reggae dancehall songstress Queen Fyah has bounced a thriller in a single ‘love your woman’ which preaches message of women empowerment.

[Nyasa Times] Music is a powerful tool that sends message and bring change to society, Blantyre based reggae dancehall songstress Queen Fyah has bounced a thriller in a single 'love your woman' which preaches message of women empowerment.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

113 East African Refugees, Including Somali Migrants Relocated to Italy

[Shabelle] A group of 113 Eritrean, Somali and South Sudanese refugees who were living in Ethiopia’s refugee camps have left here for Italy on Monday through a relocation program.

[Shabelle] A group of 113 Eritrean, Somali and South Sudanese refugees who were living in Ethiopia's refugee camps have left here for Italy on Monday through a relocation program.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

UN Peacekeeping Review Urges Emphasis On Supporting Political Process

[UN News] A latest review of the United Nations peacekeeping operation in South Sudan has found that reaching a political solution to the ongoing conflict is the most effective way to protect civilians, a senior UN official said Tuesday, urging a renew…

[UN News] A latest review of the United Nations peacekeeping operation in South Sudan has found that reaching a political solution to the ongoing conflict is the most effective way to protect civilians, a senior UN official said Tuesday, urging a renewed focus on supporting the political process.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Call for Better Health, Safety At Workplaces

[Daily News] THE Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) now wants to convince the public and private sector to formally recognise and incorporate health and safety at the workplace.

[Daily News] THE Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) now wants to convince the public and private sector to formally recognise and incorporate health and safety at the workplace.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Egyptian Singer Jailed for Insulting the Nile

[Deutsche Welle] An Egyptian pop singer has been sentenced to prison for suggesting that drinking from the Nile leads to a parasitic illness. It’s the latest case against artists in the country.

[Deutsche Welle] An Egyptian pop singer has been sentenced to prison for suggesting that drinking from the Nile leads to a parasitic illness. It's the latest case against artists in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt