Nations Establish Regional Center for Disease Control

[Focac] Accra -Health authorities in West Africa have set up a regional Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Abuja, Nigeria to deal with pandemics such as Ebola, a senior official of Ghana said on Wednesday.

[Focac] Accra -Health authorities in West Africa have set up a regional Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Abuja, Nigeria to deal with pandemics such as Ebola, a senior official of Ghana said on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

HRH Princess Lalla Meryem Chairs Ceremony to Celebrate International Women’s Day

[MAP] Rabat -HRH Princess Lalla Meryem, Chairwoman of the National Union for Moroccan Women (UNFM), chaired, here Wednesday, a ceremony to celebrate the International Women’s Day.

[MAP] Rabat -HRH Princess Lalla Meryem, Chairwoman of the National Union for Moroccan Women (UNFM), chaired, here Wednesday, a ceremony to celebrate the International Women's Day.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Police Unit Asks Public to Help with Info on ‘Weird’ Airport Heist

[News24Wire] The Hawks have called for the public to assist with any information relating to the multi-million rand armed robbery at OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday night.

[News24Wire] The Hawks have called for the public to assist with any information relating to the multi-million rand armed robbery at OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday night.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Forensic Investigator Faces Additional Charge in Immigration Case

[News24Wire] When forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan appeared in the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday morning on an immigration case, the Hawks handed him a subpoena informing they were charging him with another matter.

[News24Wire] When forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan appeared in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court on Wednesday morning on an immigration case, the Hawks handed him a subpoena informing they were charging him with another matter.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Five Shot With Rubber Bullets in Reiger Park Protest

[News24Wire] Five people were injured after police used rubber bullets to disperse a violent crowd in Reiger Park, east of Johannesburg on Thursday morning, Ekurhuleni Metro Police said.

[News24Wire] Five people were injured after police used rubber bullets to disperse a violent crowd in Reiger Park, east of Johannesburg on Thursday morning, Ekurhuleni Metro Police said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mugabe Birthday Bash Sparks Feuds Weeks After

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF youth leaders, including one who refused to raise funds for President Robert Mugabe’s 93rd birthday, have been suspended following last week’s demonstration at the party’s provincial offices in Bulawayo.

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF youth leaders, including one who refused to raise funds for President Robert Mugabe's 93rd birthday, have been suspended following last week's demonstration at the party's provincial offices in Bulawayo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mujuru in Another Dreadful UK Show

[The Herald] JOICE Mujuru, former leader of Zimbabwe People First, former Vice President of Zimbabwe and unelected leader of the newly born National People’s Party, has all but killed prospects of a grand coalition of opposition parties against Zanu-PF…

[The Herald] JOICE Mujuru, former leader of Zimbabwe People First, former Vice President of Zimbabwe and unelected leader of the newly born National People's Party, has all but killed prospects of a grand coalition of opposition parties against Zanu-PF. In her excitement, addressing a gathering mainly of female students at an event dubbed "Women Leaders on the Global Stage: Lessons for Africa" hosted by the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, Mujuru declared she will be running for the Zimbabwe presidenc

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mugabe’s Party Behind Ethnic Tensions – U.S.

[New Zimbabwe] A UNITED STATES state department report on Zimbabwe’s human rights situation says the Zanu PF led government was stirring tensions between the majority Shona and the Ndebele ethnic groups.

[New Zimbabwe] A UNITED STATES state department report on Zimbabwe's human rights situation says the Zanu PF led government was stirring tensions between the majority Shona and the Ndebele ethnic groups.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former Students Spearhead Schools Growth

[The Herald] Schools are increasingly benefiting from various interventions by their former students through various grouping such as aluminis or old students’ associations.

[The Herald] Schools are increasingly benefiting from various interventions by their former students through various grouping such as aluminis or old students' associations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe