Nation Assures the Economic Feasibility of Natural Gas

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Mines Natural Gas and Petroleum says it has assured the economic feasibility of natural gas and it is working to develop it in Ogaden making agreements with various mine exploring companies.

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Mines Natural Gas and Petroleum says it has assured the economic feasibility of natural gas and it is working to develop it in Ogaden making agreements with various mine exploring companies.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Govt Launches National Reading Campaign in Schools

[Observer] Education and Sports minister Janet Museveni has tasked parents, whether literate or illiterate, to support their children’s reading practice at home in order to improve learning outcomes in schools.

[Observer] Education and Sports minister Janet Museveni has tasked parents, whether literate or illiterate, to support their children's reading practice at home in order to improve learning outcomes in schools.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gunmen Abduct Five Refugees, Steal Over 200 Cattle in Moyo

[Monitor] Moyo -Gunmen suspected to be members of the SPLA have abducted five South Sudan refugees and raided over 200 herds of cattle at Gbari and Arapi villages in Metu Sub County, Moyo district.

[Monitor] Moyo -Gunmen suspected to be members of the SPLA have abducted five South Sudan refugees and raided over 200 herds of cattle at Gbari and Arapi villages in Metu Sub County, Moyo district.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Deadly Blasts Rock Somalia After Months of Relative Calm

[Deutsche Welle] At least 18 people have been killed in Mogadishu after two bombers struck the city’s government quarter. The attacks were later claimed by al-Shabab terrorists.

[Deutsche Welle] At least 18 people have been killed in Mogadishu after two bombers struck the city's government quarter. The attacks were later claimed by al-Shabab terrorists.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Militants Bomb Hotel, Presdential Palace, Killing Dozens

[Deutsche Welle] Dozens of people were killed in twin car bomb blasts in the Somalian capital, Mogadishu, in what appears to have been a foiled attack on the presidential palace. Islamist militant group al-Shabab claimed responsibility.

[Deutsche Welle] Dozens of people were killed in twin car bomb blasts in the Somalian capital, Mogadishu, in what appears to have been a foiled attack on the presidential palace. Islamist militant group al-Shabab claimed responsibility.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Selection of Deputy President Looms Over Weekend ANC NEC Meeting

[News24Wire] The African National Congress is expected to try to refocus the party on organisational matters in a two-day National Executive Committee meeting this weekend, amidst heavy speculation over a looming Cabinet reshuffle.

[News24Wire] The African National Congress is expected to try to refocus the party on organisational matters in a two-day National Executive Committee meeting this weekend, amidst heavy speculation over a looming Cabinet reshuffle.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Parliament Welcomes Ngcobo Massacre Breakthrough

[News24Wire] The Portfolio Committee on Police has welcomed the breakthrough in the Ngcobo massacre on Friday evening, which resulted in seven suspects being shot dead, 10 arrests and a number of firearms recovered.

[News24Wire] The Portfolio Committee on Police has welcomed the breakthrough in the Ngcobo massacre on Friday evening, which resulted in seven suspects being shot dead, 10 arrests and a number of firearms recovered.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Church Harbouring Ngcobo Massacre Suspects No Stranger to Controversy

[News24Wire] The church where a group of gunmen involved in the Ngcobo massacre were hiding is no stranger to controversy, having been raided by police two years ago to remove children who were reportedly being prevented from going to school.

[News24Wire] The church where a group of gunmen involved in the Ngcobo massacre were hiding is no stranger to controversy, having been raided by police two years ago to remove children who were reportedly being prevented from going to school.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa