Anti-Poaching – UK Intensifies Lobby

[Cameroon Tribune] The British High Commissioner to Cameroon and officials of the Zoological Society of London have amplified calls for Cameroon to sign up to the Elephant Protection Initiative

[Cameroon Tribune] The British High Commissioner to Cameroon and officials of the Zoological Society of London have amplified calls for Cameroon to sign up to the Elephant Protection Initiative

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Muslim Faithful Receive Foodstuffs

[Cameroon Tribune] The gesture, evaluated to be over FCFA 6.8 million, from the National Alliance of Young Muslims of Cameroon to the followers of Mohammad promotes the spirit of sharing

[Cameroon Tribune] The gesture, evaluated to be over FCFA 6.8 million, from the National Alliance of Young Muslims of Cameroon to the followers of Mohammad promotes the spirit of sharing

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Downsizing UNAMID ‘Potentially Fatal’ – SDFG

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The proposal to downsize the AU-UN peacekeeping mission in Darfur is ‘an open invitation to accelerate violence against civilians in Darfur’, said a civil rights organisation. Meanwhile the US envoy to Khartoum discounted call…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The proposal to downsize the AU-UN peacekeeping mission in Darfur is 'an open invitation to accelerate violence against civilians in Darfur', said a civil rights organisation. Meanwhile the US envoy to Khartoum discounted calls by international think thanks to delay the removal of sanctions on Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Cholera Spreads to East Darfur Refugee Camp

[Radio Dabanga] Ed Daein / Nyala / Khartoum / Delling / El Obeid -The first cases of cholera have appeared in a South Sudanese refugee camp and a village in East Darfur, as five people reportedly died and more than 100 were infected.

[Radio Dabanga] Ed Daein / Nyala / Khartoum / Delling / El Obeid -The first cases of cholera have appeared in a South Sudanese refugee camp and a village in East Darfur, as five people reportedly died and more than 100 were infected.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Are Chinese Investors in SGR Project Neo-Colonial Predators?

[Nation] Chinese investors in Kenya’s standard gauge railway (SGR) project generally responded fairly to challenges, and should not be regarded as “neo-colonial predators,” a study by US-based researchers has found.

[Nation] Chinese investors in Kenya's standard gauge railway (SGR) project generally responded fairly to challenges, and should not be regarded as "neo-colonial predators," a study by US-based researchers has found.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Boxer Manyuchi Back in Action

[The Herald] Former World Boxing Council welterweight international champion Charles Manyuchi this weekend dusts himself up when he faces Zambian Kasongo Sherrif in a non-title bout at the Zimart Mall in Ndola, Zambia.

[The Herald] Former World Boxing Council welterweight international champion Charles Manyuchi this weekend dusts himself up when he faces Zambian Kasongo Sherrif in a non-title bout at the Zimart Mall in Ndola, Zambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President to Unveil 20 000 Stands for Masvingo Youths

[The Herald] President Mugabe is set to unveil nearly 20 000 free residential stands for youths in Masvingo when he undertakes the third leg of the Presidential Youth Interface Rallies slated for Friday at the open space near Mucheke Stadium.

[The Herald] President Mugabe is set to unveil nearly 20 000 free residential stands for youths in Masvingo when he undertakes the third leg of the Presidential Youth Interface Rallies slated for Friday at the open space near Mucheke Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pests, Ethiopian Farmers Threat to Sudan’s Agriculture

[Radio Dabanga] El Gedaref / El Gezira Scheme -In El Gedaref, on Sudan’s border with Ethiopia, 40 citizens were reportedly killed by Ethiopian gangs in the previous agricultural season. Farmers in the largest irrigated agricultural scheme of Sudan comp…

[Radio Dabanga] El Gedaref / El Gezira Scheme -In El Gedaref, on Sudan's border with Ethiopia, 40 citizens were reportedly killed by Ethiopian gangs in the previous agricultural season. Farmers in the largest irrigated agricultural scheme of Sudan complain about the spread of pests that threaten the summer harvests.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan