Sudan’s Society of the Deaf, Five Decades of Hard Work

[SudaNow] The sense of hearing plays a critical role in human life, affecting man’s psychological and social development and his acquisition of general and academic knowledge. And when Allah The Almighty deprives a certain human being from the sense of…

[SudaNow] The sense of hearing plays a critical role in human life, affecting man's psychological and social development and his acquisition of general and academic knowledge. And when Allah The Almighty deprives a certain human being from the sense of hearing, He equips this human being with additional capabilities far more greater than other humans with perfect and healthy senses.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Presidency Rejects Allegations On Undeclared Funds

[SAnews.gov.za] The Presidency rejects the allegations contained in media reports on Sunday claiming wrongdoing by President Jacob Zuma in relation to some undeclared funds.

[SAnews.gov.za] The Presidency rejects the allegations contained in media reports on Sunday claiming wrongdoing by President Jacob Zuma in relation to some undeclared funds.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

WHO Releases $500,000 to Contain Plague, Marburg

[East African] Kenya and Tanzania are among counties identified by the World Health Organisation as likely hotspots for the plague that has ravaged Madagascar and a recent Marburg virus disease outbreak in eastern Uganda.

[East African] Kenya and Tanzania are among counties identified by the World Health Organisation as likely hotspots for the plague that has ravaged Madagascar and a recent Marburg virus disease outbreak in eastern Uganda.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

IT Industry Pushes Fibre Roll-Out in Africa

[Balancing Act] London -Last week we carried a story about the launch of FTTH in Gabon adding another country to the list that have rolled it out. For all the talk of leapfrogging, there just some things you cannot leapfrog like providing proper fibre …

[Balancing Act] London -Last week we carried a story about the launch of FTTH in Gabon adding another country to the list that have rolled it out. For all the talk of leapfrogging, there just some things you cannot leapfrog like providing proper fibre infrastructure. This week Russell Southwood spoke to Juanita Clarke, CEO of fibre industry lobby body, FTTX Africa about why fibre matters and what it's doing to get fibre infrastructure built.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Perspectives On Fate of Ancient Ethiopian Heritages Abroad

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa -One fascinating thing about the story of James Bruce, the 18th century Scottish traveler and travel writer, was that he studied the Ge’ez language in Europe, Spain, before he even came to Ethiopia. Though his main missio…

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa -One fascinating thing about the story of James Bruce, the 18th century Scottish traveler and travel writer, was that he studied the Ge'ez language in Europe, Spain, before he even came to Ethiopia. Though his main mission in coming to East African was seemingly to find the origin of the Nile River, Bruce spent a lot of time in Abyssinian [Ethiopian] court and studying the people and their culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia