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

Crash Survivor Sues Bus Firm for U.S.$26,000

[The Herald] A police officer who lost his wife and daughter in a Pioneer bus accident in 2015 is suing the company for $26 000. In papers filed at the High Court, John Mapona is suing for damages for injuries suffered and compensation for medical bill…

[The Herald] A police officer who lost his wife and daughter in a Pioneer bus accident in 2015 is suing the company for $26 000. In papers filed at the High Court, John Mapona is suing for damages for injuries suffered and compensation for medical bills he incurred.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Central Darfur Pushes for Banks, Investments

[Radio Dabanga] Zalingei -Central Darfur wants to roll-out a banking system in the state and pledged to the Commercial Banks Group to remove obstacles and fears that prevent the spread of the system.

[Radio Dabanga] Zalingei -Central Darfur wants to roll-out a banking system in the state and pledged to the Commercial Banks Group to remove obstacles and fears that prevent the spread of the system.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Cop Kills Self Over Bonus

[The Herald] Two police officers based at Nkayi Police Station allegedly committed suicide by drinking pesticides during the same month. Constables Aubrey Mahefa (25) and Liston Hove allegedly killed themselves following domestic disputes.

[The Herald] Two police officers based at Nkayi Police Station allegedly committed suicide by drinking pesticides during the same month. Constables Aubrey Mahefa (25) and Liston Hove allegedly killed themselves following domestic disputes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gonarezhou Poised to Be Major Tourist Destination

[The Herald] Newly-formed Gonarezhou Conservation Trust has said it will strive to ensure the transformation of Gonarezhou National Park to be the best in Southern Africa, while top priority is on the reintroduction of the big five in the mega animal s…

[The Herald] Newly-formed Gonarezhou Conservation Trust has said it will strive to ensure the transformation of Gonarezhou National Park to be the best in Southern Africa, while top priority is on the reintroduction of the big five in the mega animal sanctuary.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe