Mckinsey Studies Hawassa’s Housing Problems

[Addis Fortune] McKinsey and Company, an American management consultant, is undertaking a study aiming to come up with low-cost housing development opportunities related to workers at the Hawassa Industrial Park (HIP).

[Addis Fortune] McKinsey and Company, an American management consultant, is undertaking a study aiming to come up with low-cost housing development opportunities related to workers at the Hawassa Industrial Park (HIP).

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Housing Enterprise Set to Procure Elevators

[Addis Fortune] The Addis Ababa Savings & Houses Development Enterprise (AASHDE) is procuring 338 elevators for the middle-class condominium houses that are under construction. This purchase is attempted by the Enterprise for the second time after it was cancelled a year ago.

[Addis Fortune] The Addis Ababa Savings & Houses Development Enterprise (AASHDE) is procuring 338 elevators for the middle-class condominium houses that are under construction. This purchase is attempted by the Enterprise for the second time after it was cancelled a year ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Govt Refuse to Disclose Independence Celebrations Budget

[Nyasa Times] Malawi government has refused to disclose the budget of country’s 53rd Independence Day celebrations , saying a “modest budget” will be used as he celebrations will for the first time be preceded by mini celebrations in the major cities i…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi government has refused to disclose the budget of country's 53rd Independence Day celebrations , saying a "modest budget" will be used as he celebrations will for the first time be preceded by mini celebrations in the major cities in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Businesses, Govt Grapple With Overstayed Containers

[Addis Fortune] Sisay G. Kidan, young and energetic, in his mid-twenties, has been working for a private enterprise as a transitor for three years. He was rushing here and there to process the documents at hand and clear two containers that have been s…

[Addis Fortune] Sisay G. Kidan, young and energetic, in his mid-twenties, has been working for a private enterprise as a transitor for three years. He was rushing here and there to process the documents at hand and clear two containers that have been stocked at Modjo Dry Port for a month.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Cholera Spreads in Darfur Camps

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / Shearia / Tendelti -The state Ministry of Health placed medical tents to combat the spread of cholera in the overcrowded Kalma camp for displaced people in South Darfur.

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / Shearia / Tendelti -The state Ministry of Health placed medical tents to combat the spread of cholera in the overcrowded Kalma camp for displaced people in South Darfur.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Strike After Woman Beaten in South Darfur Hospital

[Radio Dabanga] Garsila / Gireida -An employee of a hospital in Central Darfur was beaten by a militiaman on Sunday, prompting her co-workers to enter into a general strike the next day.

[Radio Dabanga] Garsila / Gireida -An employee of a hospital in Central Darfur was beaten by a militiaman on Sunday, prompting her co-workers to enter into a general strike the next day.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

President to Visit Putin in Russia

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -President Omar Al Bashir plans to pay “an important visit” to Moscow at an invitation from his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, in the second half of August.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -President Omar Al Bashir plans to pay "an important visit" to Moscow at an invitation from his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, in the second half of August.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Schools Take Cholera Measures Amid Concerns

[Radio Dabanga] Abu Zabad / El Gallabat / Khartoum -People in West Kordofan complained about the risk of their children contracting cholera in the re-opened schools. El Gedaref state authorities took precautionary measures for schools and pupils. Meanw…

[Radio Dabanga] Abu Zabad / El Gallabat / Khartoum -People in West Kordofan complained about the risk of their children contracting cholera in the re-opened schools. El Gedaref state authorities took precautionary measures for schools and pupils. Meanwhile, a boy with cholera died in a hospital in Khartoum.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan