Are South Africans the Eighth Highest Sugar Consumers in the World?

[Africa Check] The director of a health think-tank recently said South Africans are the 8th highest consumers of sugar worldwide. Available but incomplete data ranks the country much lower.

[Africa Check] The director of a health think-tank recently said South Africans are the 8th highest consumers of sugar worldwide. Available but incomplete data ranks the country much lower.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fayose Visits Fani-Kayode At EFCC

[Daily Trust] Ekiti State Governor Peter Ayodele Fayose yesterday visited former minister of aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, who is still in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

[Daily Trust] Ekiti State Governor Peter Ayodele Fayose yesterday visited former minister of aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, who is still in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

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Healthcare Leadership Needs a ‘Radical Shift’

[Nigeria Health Watch] Editor’s Note: It is no secret that we at Nigeria Health Watch contend that there are foundational challenges facing the Nigerian Health Sector, challenges that have held the sector back and will continue to do so if they are not…

[Nigeria Health Watch] Editor's Note: It is no secret that we at Nigeria Health Watch contend that there are foundational challenges facing the Nigerian Health Sector, challenges that have held the sector back and will continue to do so if they are not addressed. Leadership is one area that that we have not paid enough attention to over the years.Hala Daggash is the Executive Lead of the Healthcare Leadership Academy, an initiative of the Health Strategy and Delivery Foundation (HSDF) and the Private Sector Health Alliance of Ni

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Sharp Increase in Malaria Cases in Recent Months

[MSF] In Niger, after a significant decline in malaria cases over the last three years, there has been an alarming resurgence of the disease. This has called into question prevention efforts implemented since the last malaria peak in 2012. “The number …

[MSF] In Niger, after a significant decline in malaria cases over the last three years, there has been an alarming resurgence of the disease. This has called into question prevention efforts implemented since the last malaria peak in 2012. "The number of admissions this year has been exceptional, even compared to 2012," says Hamsatou Seydou Abdou, an MSF nurse at the inpatient therapeutic feeding centre (ITFC) at Madaoua hospital. In Madaoua health district, Tahoua, the medical authorities recorded 6,695 malaria

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Kazala Boasts; “State House Will Clear Us; Investigations Going Nowhere”

Suspended Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) vice president Richard Kazala and committee member Blackwell Siwale are boasting to their friends that State House will clear them on allegations of stealing K150,000 meant for ticket sales. FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has … Continued

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Suspended Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) vice president Richard Kazala and committee member Blackwell Siwale are boasting to their friends that State House will clear them on allegations of stealing K150,000 meant for ticket sales. FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has suspended the duo for pocketing the money after imposing themselves to collect K 1, 650,000 on behalf of the association from government after President Edgar Lungu bought tickets for fans for last month’s Zambia versus Nigeria match. But after collecting the money in bags, Kazala and Siwale only remitted K 1,500,000 and pocketed the difference. The two PF supporters are now frantically trying to use their party and State House connections to get a letter from President Lungu which will purport that they collected K 1,500,000 when infact not. “They are boasting that the investigations will not go anywhere the moment they get that letter from President Lungu that is why up to now, they have not denied or accepted the allegations,†the sources said. “I mean these are serious allegations and if someone calls you a thief when you are not, you are going to say something to defend yourself but the two are dead quiet. They know they stole but are hoping the President will issue a letter clearing them. “The whole thing has put pressure on State House that’s why even them have not said anything. They know Kazala and Siwale stole the money and if they issue that letter, State House will effectively be owing FAZ K 150,000 and this whole fight against corruption will just be meaningless if such a straightforward and simple matter cannot be dealt with.†The sources urged “President Lungu to do the right thing and not shield football thieves.†According to sources, Kazala is even making reference to the investigations on Kalusha Bwalya by the ACC. “He says takuli eko fileya ati tamwamona ifya chitika pali Kalusha. The ACC has done nothing. They will not do anything to us,†the source added. Kazala is also boasting that he has enough resources to take care of any investigator. “Apparently if State House clears Kazala, he has vowed to go for Kamanga. He says he will finish Kamanga,†the source added. Kazala is currently talking to FAZ councilors to rebel against Kamanga and remove him from office at the next Annual General Meeting in March 2017. The post Kazala Boasts; “State House Will Clear Us; Investigations Going Nowhere” appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Trump Victory – Tear Your Green Card, Start Packing Up – Nigerians Take On Prof. Wole Soyinka

[Leadership] The emergence of Trump as the President – elect of the United States of America has triggered some reactions from Nigerians on Nobel Laureate, Prof, Wole Soyinka’s comment that “The moment they announce his (Trump) victory, I will cut my g…

[Leadership] The emergence of Trump as the President - elect of the United States of America has triggered some reactions from Nigerians on Nobel Laureate, Prof, Wole Soyinka's comment that "The moment they announce his (Trump) victory, I will cut my green card myself and start packing up."

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Man Jailed Three Years for Stealing Generator

[Premium Times] An Ikeja Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday sentenced a 23-year-old unemployed, Fatai Obadeyi, to three years imprisonment for stealing generator valued at N60,000.

[Premium Times] An Ikeja Magistrates' Court on Wednesday sentenced a 23-year-old unemployed, Fatai Obadeyi, to three years imprisonment for stealing generator valued at N60,000.

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Nigerians Mock TB Joshua for Wrong Prediction On U.S. Election

[Premium Times] After Temitope Joshua had predicted on Sunday a “narrow” win for Hilary Clinton in the just concluded U.S. presidential election, Mrs. Clinton lost to Donald Trump of the Republican Party on Tuesday. Mr. Trump won over 270 electoral col…

[Premium Times] After Temitope Joshua had predicted on Sunday a "narrow" win for Hilary Clinton in the just concluded U.S. presidential election, Mrs. Clinton lost to Donald Trump of the Republican Party on Tuesday. Mr. Trump won over 270 electoral college votes to secure victory.

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From 9/11 to 11/9

[Daily Maverick] This time America just flew its own planes into the Statue of Liberty. And it wasn’t Trump’s supporters who flew those planes, it was all the stay at home voters who handed the controls of those planes to a lot of angry people.

[Daily Maverick] This time America just flew its own planes into the Statue of Liberty. And it wasn't Trump's supporters who flew those planes, it was all the stay at home voters who handed the controls of those planes to a lot of angry people.

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