Ethiopia’s Intangible Heritages of New Year Celebrations.

[Ethiopian Herald] A number of Ethiopia’s intangible heritages are celebrated around the Ethiopian New Year which is just at the corner. These celebrations are entirely inclusive in which the whole crowd of a specific nation or nationality or peoples a…

[Ethiopian Herald] A number of Ethiopia's intangible heritages are celebrated around the Ethiopian New Year which is just at the corner. These celebrations are entirely inclusive in which the whole crowd of a specific nation or nationality or peoples are actively involved out of their own will, beliefs, aspirations and wishes about the New Year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Behavioral Change After Deep Renewal

[Ethiopian Herald] “The deep renewal movement apart from circumventing challenges of good governance,upturning rent seeking attitude of mind,fighting out parochialism and chauvinism,it embraces chiming in with new demands and quests that attend a fast …

[Ethiopian Herald] "The deep renewal movement apart from circumventing challenges of good governance,upturning rent seeking attitude of mind,fighting out parochialism and chauvinism,it embraces chiming in with new demands and quests that attend a fast development. It is a peaceful avenue that takes on board citizens. As such there is no gainsaying that it ensures a sustainable peace and a developmental leap. This plays a key role for the fulfillment our sectors goals. It as well ensures the advantage of segments of the socie

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Everyday Corruption in Nigeria – Who Is On the Take?

[Africa Check] In winning Nigeria’s 2015 election, President Muhammadu Buhari successfully cast himself as an anti-corruption crusader. But as our factsheet shows, Nigerians’ experience with everyday bribery shows he has his work cut out.

[Africa Check] In winning Nigeria's 2015 election, President Muhammadu Buhari successfully cast himself as an anti-corruption crusader. But as our factsheet shows, Nigerians' experience with everyday bribery shows he has his work cut out.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Dozens Die of Cholera Within a Week

[Radio Dabanga] East Jebel Marra / Kass / Nierteti / Kalma -The cholera infection rates are rapidly increasing in East Jebel Marra in South Darfur. Last week, more than 300 new patients were recorded in the locality. Dozens of them died. In Kalma camp,…

[Radio Dabanga] East Jebel Marra / Kass / Nierteti / Kalma -The cholera infection rates are rapidly increasing in East Jebel Marra in South Darfur. Last week, more than 300 new patients were recorded in the locality. Dozens of them died. In Kalma camp, eight people died and more than 200 new cases were reported over the weekend. Parents of students in Kass are calling for a temporary closure of the schools until the cholera epidemic is halted in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

‘Bread Crisis in Eastern Sudan Caused By NISS Monopoly’

[Radio Dabanga] Kassal -People in eastern Sudan’s Kassala are suffering from a severe shortage of flour. They hold members of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) responsible for the crisis.

[Radio Dabanga] Kassal -People in eastern Sudan's Kassala are suffering from a severe shortage of flour. They hold members of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) responsible for the crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Fishing Quotas Continue to Haunt Bidvest

[Namibian] AN analyst at Simonis Storm, Megameno Shetunyenga, on Saturday said Bidvest Namibia’s “very disappointing” financials are haunted by past challenges, which include fishing quota allocations.

[Namibian] AN analyst at Simonis Storm, Megameno Shetunyenga, on Saturday said Bidvest Namibia's "very disappointing" financials are haunted by past challenges, which include fishing quota allocations.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Sudan’s Opposition Calls for Mass Protest Against Trial of Darfuri Student

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Sudanese opposition has called for a mass rally in front of the North Khartoum Criminal court on Tuesday afternoon, when the judge will will deliver his verdict in the case of Asim Omar, a student at Khartoum University, w…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Sudanese opposition has called for a mass rally in front of the North Khartoum Criminal court on Tuesday afternoon, when the judge will will deliver his verdict in the case of Asim Omar, a student at Khartoum University, who is facing capital charges for allegedly killing a policeman.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Sudanese Environment Expert Warns for the Use of Cyanide in Gold Mining

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The pollution caused by the use of cyanide and mercury in gold mining “constitutes the largest and most dangerous threat to the country’s environment”, says a Sudanese environment protection expert.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The pollution caused by the use of cyanide and mercury in gold mining "constitutes the largest and most dangerous threat to the country's environment", says a Sudanese environment protection expert.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan