Tullow Invites Contractors to Drill 300 Oil Wells in Kenya

[East African] UK petroleum explorer Tullow has revealed plans to drill 300 oil wells in Turkana, sending another strong signal of Kenya’s progression to an oil producing country.

[East African] UK petroleum explorer Tullow has revealed plans to drill 300 oil wells in Turkana, sending another strong signal of Kenya's progression to an oil producing country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cabinet Okays Beitbridge Modernisation

[The Herald] Cabinet has approved a plan to modernise Beitbridge border post as the Government moves a gear up on the ease of doing business with civil works expected to commence soon, President Mnangagwa has said.

[The Herald] Cabinet has approved a plan to modernise Beitbridge border post as the Government moves a gear up on the ease of doing business with civil works expected to commence soon, President Mnangagwa has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Prisoners’ Ill Treatment – Against Human Right

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopian prisoners have been treated wrongly in some Federal and State Prisons. This has been against the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. All the part takers of prison administration and legal bodies mus…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopian prisoners have been treated wrongly in some Federal and State Prisons. This has been against the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. All the part takers of prison administration and legal bodies must play their roles.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Water Shortage As Kalma Camp Pumps Are ‘Badly Maintained’

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / En Nahud / El Gedaref -Displaced people in Kalma camp, South Darfur, have complained of a severe drinking water shortage caused by deferred maintenance. Prices for water have gone up since April.

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / En Nahud / El Gedaref -Displaced people in Kalma camp, South Darfur, have complained of a severe drinking water shortage caused by deferred maintenance. Prices for water have gone up since April.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Herdsmen, Boko Haram Threaten Nigeria’s Future – UK Parliamentarians

[Vanguard] Killings, suspected to have been carried out in some parts of Nigeria by herdsmen alleged to be of Fulani extraction, and Boko Haram echoed in the United Kingdom (UK) as the country’s House of Lords debated the issue last week.

[Vanguard] Killings, suspected to have been carried out in some parts of Nigeria by herdsmen alleged to be of Fulani extraction, and Boko Haram echoed in the United Kingdom (UK) as the country's House of Lords debated the issue last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

More Cracks in the Ground By West Kordofan Rainfall

[Radio Dabanga] El Fula -Heavy rainfall and floods have caused another surface crack in West Kordofan on Wednesday, days after a similar incident took place in the region. This time, the land slide caused damage to houses.

[Radio Dabanga] El Fula -Heavy rainfall and floods have caused another surface crack in West Kordofan on Wednesday, days after a similar incident took place in the region. This time, the land slide caused damage to houses.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Darfuri Sheikh Younis Faces Trial for ‘Espionage’ Next Week

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum Bahri -Sheikh Matar Younis and Adam Abdelshafi Haroun will face trial in the Khartoum North Court on Thursday July 5. The activist sheikh has been charged with espionage, among others.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum Bahri -Sheikh Matar Younis and Adam Abdelshafi Haroun will face trial in the Khartoum North Court on Thursday July 5. The activist sheikh has been charged with espionage, among others.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Police Fire Stun Grenades At Protest

[Swazi Media] Four protesters were injured on Friday (29 June 2018) in Swaziland when police opened fire with rubber bullets and stun grenades during a workers’ protest against government policies, international news agencies reported.

[Swazi Media] Four protesters were injured on Friday (29 June 2018) in Swaziland when police opened fire with rubber bullets and stun grenades during a workers' protest against government policies, international news agencies reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

American Human Rights Award for Sudanese Lawyer

[Radio Dabanga] Chicago -The American Bar Association (ABA) will honour Sudanese lawyer Abdelrahman El Gasim with the ABA International Human Rights Award, in recognition of his representing and expanding access to justice for victims of rights violati…

[Radio Dabanga] Chicago -The American Bar Association (ABA) will honour Sudanese lawyer Abdelrahman El Gasim with the ABA International Human Rights Award, in recognition of his representing and expanding access to justice for victims of rights violations in Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan