Academic Cooperation Between Japan and Sudan

[SNA] Khartoum -Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in collaboration with Bahri University (BU) and Ahfad University for Women (AUW) conducted the first workshop on “Peace Education through Promoting Mutual Understanding” from 26th to 28th of…

[SNA] Khartoum -Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in collaboration with Bahri University (BU) and Ahfad University for Women (AUW) conducted the first workshop on "Peace Education through Promoting Mutual Understanding" from 26th to 28th of last September 2017. The opening session was attended by Prof. Azhary omer Abdulbagee , Undersecretary of Higher Education and Scientific Researches, Prof. Gasim Badri, Vice Chancellor of AUW, Prof Ayob Khalid, Vice Chancellor of University of Bahri and Mr. Hiromi Motomura,

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Chipolopolo Set Up Base in Accra

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia National Team on Sunday left for Accra Ghana where they will set up base before Saturday’s Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia National Team on Sunday left for Accra Ghana where they will set up base before Saturday's Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Pensioner’s Car Stolen

[New Era] Ongwediva -A 76-year-old pensioner in Oshikoto Region lost his vehicle to criminals after he allegedly left his car key hidden in the vehicle.

[New Era] Ongwediva -A 76-year-old pensioner in Oshikoto Region lost his vehicle to criminals after he allegedly left his car key hidden in the vehicle.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Minister Iivula-Ithana, 64, Gets Her MBA

[New Era] Windhoek -The Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana, graduated with a Master of Business Administration Management at the International University of Management (IUM) on Friday, at the age of 64.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana, graduated with a Master of Business Administration Management at the International University of Management (IUM) on Friday, at the age of 64.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Open Defecation Rises – Minister

[The Herald] Open defecation is on the rise exposing the public to diseases when rains come, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri has said. In a ministerial statement last week in Parliament, Minister Muchinguri said human waste was…

[The Herald] Open defecation is on the rise exposing the public to diseases when rains come, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri has said. In a ministerial statement last week in Parliament, Minister Muchinguri said human waste was being found at dumpsite.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Somali Security Forces Launch Sweep in Mogadishu, Dozens Arrested

[Shabelle] Dozens of people were arrested in Mogadishu in a joint operation carried out by the Somali police and Intelligence officers, targeting individuals suspected to have links with militants.

[Shabelle] Dozens of people were arrested in Mogadishu in a joint operation carried out by the Somali police and Intelligence officers, targeting individuals suspected to have links with militants.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Galmudug Cabinet Holds Meeting in Adado Amid Standoff

[Shabelle] The cabinet ministers of Somalia’s central semi-autonomous region of Galmudug have held an extraordinary meeting in Adado on Sunday, the state’s interim administrative capital.

[Shabelle] The cabinet ministers of Somalia's central semi-autonomous region of Galmudug have held an extraordinary meeting in Adado on Sunday, the state's interim administrative capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Disabled Disadvantaged From Fleeing

[CAJ News] Kinshasa -FOR the past few weeks, Central African Republic (CAR) cities such as Zemio have evolved from battlefields for rival rebel groups to ghost towns. Around 10 000 people fled the south-eastern town at the height of the conflict and so…

[CAJ News] Kinshasa -FOR the past few weeks, Central African Republic (CAR) cities such as Zemio have evolved from battlefields for rival rebel groups to ghost towns. Around 10 000 people fled the south-eastern town at the height of the conflict and sought refuge in the bushes or surrounding areas. Another estimated 10 000 crossed the border over to the equally-troubled Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and are staying in a makeshift camps. Almost everybody has left. The population has dropped from 21 000 to under 1 000. "Th

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic