Charity Perfomance to Raise Funds for Sanitary Pads

[Nyasa Times] Rotaract Club of Blantyre has enlisted services of Patience Namadingo, Theo Thomson and Suffix in a bid to raise funds for reusable sanitary pads for school-going girls following concerns of high rate of dropouts.

[Nyasa Times] Rotaract Club of Blantyre has enlisted services of Patience Namadingo, Theo Thomson and Suffix in a bid to raise funds for reusable sanitary pads for school-going girls following concerns of high rate of dropouts.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Delta CJ Urges Governors to Sign Death Warrants

[Daily Trust] The Chief Judge of Delta State, Justice Marshal Umukoro, has urged state governors to sign death warrant of inmates on death sentence in order to decongest the prisons.

[Daily Trust] The Chief Judge of Delta State, Justice Marshal Umukoro, has urged state governors to sign death warrant of inmates on death sentence in order to decongest the prisons.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mental Health Patients Died of ‘Dehydration, Diarrhoea’

[Deutsche Welle] At least 94 mentally ill patients died due to negligence in South Africa last year after they were moved to unlicensed health facilities, according to a probe. Witnesses compared the facilities to “concentration camps.”

[Deutsche Welle] At least 94 mentally ill patients died due to negligence in South Africa last year after they were moved to unlicensed health facilities, according to a probe. Witnesses compared the facilities to "concentration camps."

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

South Africa and EU Spar Over Chicken Meat Imports

[Deutsche Welle] S. African poultry industry workers on Wednesday marched to the European Union’s headquarters in Pretoria, accusing the EU of dumping cheap chicken in the country. The EU says it is not the cause of the industry’s woes.

[Deutsche Welle] S. African poultry industry workers on Wednesday marched to the European Union's headquarters in Pretoria, accusing the EU of dumping cheap chicken in the country. The EU says it is not the cause of the industry's woes.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

N20 Billion for Aviation in 2017 Budget Too Low – Sirika

[Daily Trust] The N20 billion proposed for the aviation sector out of the N262 billion Ministry of Transportation budget estimate for 2017 budget is not exciting in the face of the myriad of work to be done, Minister of State, Aviation, Capt. Hadi Siri…

[Daily Trust] The N20 billion proposed for the aviation sector out of the N262 billion Ministry of Transportation budget estimate for 2017 budget is not exciting in the face of the myriad of work to be done, Minister of State, Aviation, Capt. Hadi Sirika, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Economy Earned 97% of Its Tourism Revenue From Domestic Travel’

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Nigeria generated 97% of its tourism revenue from domestic travel in 2016 while foreign travel accounted for 3% during the year in view,the Nigerian hospitality report 2017 launched by Jumia Travel, has said .

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Nigeria generated 97% of its tourism revenue from domestic travel in 2016 while foreign travel accounted for 3% during the year in view,the Nigerian hospitality report 2017 launched by Jumia Travel, has said .

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mugabe Lashes Out At African Leaders for Morocco Return to AU

[East African] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has lashed out at African leaders, saying they lack principles and are easily swayed after they voted to readmit Morocco to the African Union.

[East African] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has lashed out at African leaders, saying they lack principles and are easily swayed after they voted to readmit Morocco to the African Union.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fresh Fighting Flares Up

[Deutsche Welle] Fresh clashes have erupted around Malakal in South Sudan’s oil-producing northern region. Both government troops and fighters loyal to rebel leader Riek Machar are blaming each other for the violence.

[Deutsche Welle] Fresh clashes have erupted around Malakal in South Sudan's oil-producing northern region. Both government troops and fighters loyal to rebel leader Riek Machar are blaming each other for the violence.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

How the New Hi-Tech Traffic Control Devices Work

[New Times] Following the launch of the hi-tech traffic management system in December last year, Rwanda National Police (RNP) has rolled out the system in the City of Kigali and on major highways.

[New Times] Following the launch of the hi-tech traffic management system in December last year, Rwanda National Police (RNP) has rolled out the system in the City of Kigali and on major highways.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda