Six More Cases of Cholera in Sudan’s El Gedaref

[Radio Dabanga] Six new cases of cholera have been reported in Sudan’s El Gedaref state over the last two days. This adds to dozens of cases reported in the eastern Sudanese state last week.

[Radio Dabanga] Six new cases of cholera have been reported in Sudan's El Gedaref state over the last two days. This adds to dozens of cases reported in the eastern Sudanese state last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

We Won’t Recall President Zuma – ANC Leaders

[Al Jazeera] South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has won the backing of the ruling ANC party, which rejected calls for him to resign over a controversial cabinet reshuffle.

[Al Jazeera] South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has won the backing of the ruling ANC party, which rejected calls for him to resign over a controversial cabinet reshuffle.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ex-CID Boss Fired After Garissa Terror Attack Wants Job Back

[Nation] A North Eastern security and administration chief who was interdicted soon after a terrorist attack at the Garissa University which claimed 148 lives has moved to court to have his job back.

[Nation] A North Eastern security and administration chief who was interdicted soon after a terrorist attack at the Garissa University which claimed 148 lives has moved to court to have his job back.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

The Gambia to Hold First Election After Yahya Jammeh

[Al Jazeera] The Gambia will hold its first election on Thursday since the downfall of longtime leader Yahya Jammeh. Expectations are high that new lawmakers will overhaul the national assembly once derided as a mere rubberstamp by many in the country.

[Al Jazeera] The Gambia will hold its first election on Thursday since the downfall of longtime leader Yahya Jammeh. Expectations are high that new lawmakers will overhaul the national assembly once derided as a mere rubberstamp by many in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Taxi Operators Against New Tax

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Union of Drivers and Conductors (ZUDAC) has bemoaned the recent introduction of a presumptive tax on commuter omnibuses by Government, saying it could trigger a hike in targets by operators, putting pressure on drivers.

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Union of Drivers and Conductors (ZUDAC) has bemoaned the recent introduction of a presumptive tax on commuter omnibuses by Government, saying it could trigger a hike in targets by operators, putting pressure on drivers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe