Day: May 23, 2017

Yes, the gods love Ugandaa and the evidence is in a forest somewhere – Daily Monitor

Seeing the forest as a living thing, and holding the secrets of our history and future, they decided...

Push South Sudan into all-inclusive dialogue – Daily Monitor

Regrettably, both presidents Kiir and Museveni are loudly silent on the conspicuous exclusion of Mr Kiir's political rival...

Running out of water, South Africa’s Cape Town asks everyone to cut usage, in… – The Miami Herald

"Day Zero" in Cape Town - the day that the water taps slow to a muddy dribble, then...

Exciting times ahead for South Africa

A top scriptwriter for a movie plot involving one family’s capture of a nation could not have dreamt...

World Highways – Kenya-Tanzania link road designed

First publishedon www.WorldHighways.com Design work has been completed for a key stretch of the highway that will provide...

Cosatu: Zuma is no longer welcome

Cosatu took a firm stance against President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday when the trade union announced that the...

Africa’s economy set to rebound in 2017

Business ReporterAFRICAN governments need to integrate entrepreneurship more fully into their industrialisation strategies, according to the African Economic...

Suicide bomber kills five in Somalia’s northern Puntland region

A suicide bomber killed five people, including a policeman, and injured 12 others on Tuesday at a police...

First Disbarred In US, Troubled Lawyer Emeka Ugwuonye Now Also Disbarred in Nigeria

Emeka Ephraim Ugwuonye, a former United States-based Nigerian lawyer, who was disbarred in New York and Maryland for...

Rotarians learn about Sudanese struggle for education – News – Morning Sun

Chance Hoenerchoener@morningsun.net PITTSBURG — South Sudan is the newest country in the world. The country split from Sudan...

ActionAid educates parents on child protection – Ghanamma.com

A Social Development Officer of the Department of Social Welfare, Amasaman, Mr Dabre Tanko, has called on parents...

Cholera appears in North Kordofan, claims lives in White Nile – Sudan

May 23 - 2017 EL OBEID / KOSTI Cases of cholera have appeared in the state capital of...

Camrail ‘Mainly to Blame’ for Cameroon Train Crash That Killed 79: Inquiry – U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportCamrail 'Mainly to Blame' for Cameroon Train Crash That Killed 79: InquiryU.S. News &...

Nigerian economy maintains recovery path – Presidency

The Presidential Adviser on Economic Matters, Adeyemi Dipeolu, has analysed the statistics released by the National Bureau of...

South Africa showing true colours with more ethnic players

When South Africa take the field at Headingley, memories of the all-white side that played a Test there...

One of South Africa’s top tourist destinations is almost out of water

“Day Zero” in Cape Town — the day that the water taps slow to a muddy dribble, then...

Crisis looms as thousands of public servants set to retire :: Kenya

Public Service CS Sicily Kariuki at her Harambee House office on May 11. She launched a report yesterday...

South Sudan State Partially Closes Border in Ebola Scare

State authorities in South Sudan closed part of their border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo last...

Eoin Morgan: England’s South Africa test is best preparation for ICC Champions Trophy | Cricket | Sport

GETTYEoin Morgan is looking forward to the test against South AfricaBut captain Eoin Morgan demonstrated growing confidence they...

Zimbabwe: Pastor Talks to ‘God’ On the Phone During Service – AllAfrica.com

A pastor has claimed to have a direct phone number to heaven, after a video of him talking...

US drug laws aimed at pregnant women stop them seeking healthcare: Amnesty

The human rights group sounded the alarm in a report about the increasing practice of charging pregnant women...

Have banks abandoned business? | The Star, Kenya

In 2014 Ernst & Young released the results of a global study they had conducted into the nature...

Egypt moves bed, chariot of King Tut to new museum

Cairo -  Egypt has safely transported two unique items, a funerary bed and a chariot belonging to the...

UN questions DRC probe of experts’ murder

New York  - The United Nations raised questions on Tuesday about the Democratic Republic of Congo's probe of...

10 meths drinkers die in Morocco: report

Rabat - Ten people have died and six are in a serious condition in hospital after drinking methylated...

Likely presidential candidate in Egypt ordered detained

Cairo -  Egyptian prosecutors on Tuesday ordered the detention for one day of an opposition leader widely tipped...

ICC prosecutor says C Africa bloodshed ‘must stop now’

The Hague - The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor on Tuesday called for an immediate halt to the...

2 UN peacekeepers killed in ambush in northern Mali

Bamako - Authorities say two United Nations peacekeepers from Chad have been killed when their foot patrol was...

Ethiopia’s Tedros becomes first African to head WHO | Ethiopia News

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has been elected as the new head of the World Health Organization (WHO), becoming...

Why Kenya backed Tedros for WHO post

By AGGREY MUTAMBOMore by this Author Kenya pitched for Ethiopian Tedros Adhanom to be the next head of...

Controversial study suggests earliest humans lived in Europe – not Africa

Controversial new research suggests that modern humans evolved from apes in the Eastern Mediterranean — not from ancestors...

Lack of clean water endangers displaced South Sudanese

Officials in South Sudan are undertaking efforts to bring clean drinking water to displaced persons in Aburoc in...

Did the First Human Ancestor Emerge in Europe, Not Africa?

New analysis of two fossil specimens found in Greece and Bulgaria has led a team of international scientists...

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir accuses Egypt of arming rebels

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has alleged that Egyptian government is arming rebel groups in the troubled Darfur region...

Nigeria retains 14% lending rate

The Monetary Policy Committee has once again retained the Monetary Policy Rate at 14 per cent due to...

Ethiopia’s Tedros elected new WHO chief: diplomats

Geneva  - Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom was elected as the new head of the powerful World Health Organisation on...

StarTimes $4m OB van for Ghana Premier League ready for delivery

StarTimes van for the Ghana Premier League One of two outside broadcast vans which is part of a...

Tutu Fellows appeal to African leaders for intervention in South Sudan crisis — World — The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

South Sudanese refugees take reading lessons at the UNHCR camp of al-Algaya in Sudan’s White Nile state, south...

Uganda’s abducted kids try to get their lives back to normal

When he was 11, a group of rebel soldiers came into Kenneth Banya’s village. They told Kenneth that...

Frantic families in Manchester search for loved ones

Manchester - Frantic family members are still searching for their loved ones after the blast at an Ariana...