- Botswana:Govt Cautions Public On Malaria Outbreak[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The Ministry of Health and Wellness informs the public about the ongoing malaria outbreak in the central and southern parts of Botswana.
- Africa:Sirleaf, Nujoma, Chissano, Masire to Receive South Africa's Highest Honours[South Africa] 19 April 2018Programme DirectorLadies and Gentlemen of the Media
- Egypt:300 Cleopatra Era Artifacts Displayed for First Time[Egypt Online] The Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo is hosting a temporary exhibition of 300 artifacts from the era of Queen Cleopatra.
- Ethiopia:PM Abiy Ahmed Forms New Cabinet[Addis Standard] Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has today formed his new cabinet members. The Prime minister presented sixteen names, of which ten are new names for ministerial positions, while the six were recycled from one ministry to another.
- Ethiopia:Ethiopia to Dominate Global Coffee Market Soon, Says Expert[ENA] Ethiopia has colossal opportunity to dominate global coffee market in the near future as the global coffee consumption is increasing, Director of Jimma Agricultural Research Center, Ashenafi Ayano said.
- Kenya:Court Declares Tapping of Phones Illegal[Capital FM] Nairobi -Plans by the government to tap into private phone conversations is illegal and a violation of consumer rights, the High Court has declared.
- South Africa:Police Looking Into Threats Against Malema, EFF Leadership[News24Wire] The South Africa Police Service said it was looking into threats made against EFF leader Julius Malema. It said the threats were being viewed in "a very serious light".
- Mali:Ethnic Violence Pushes Malians Into Burkina Faso Crisis Zone[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Ethnic violence in central Mali has driven 3,000 people into northern Burkina Faso since February, straining dwindling food and medical supplies in that part of the West African nation, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
- Sudan:Govt., Rebels Blame Each Other for Failure of Berlin Negotiations[Radio Dabanga] Berlin -The government, the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) exchanged accusations following the failure of the Berlin negotiation round as they broke up without any agreement in the German capital on Tuesday.
- South Sudan:A Who's Who in South Sudan's Splintering Civil War[IRIN] When the third round of talks* aimed at revitalising the chances of peace in South Sudan gets underway in Addis Ababa on 26 April, the country's influential former military chief wants to be at the table.
- UntitledZimbabwe Nurses' Strike Takes Toll on Public Health ServiceGovernment orders immediate dismissal of more than 16,000 striking nurses who demand better pay.by Tendai MarimaBulawayo, Zimbabwe - Defiant nurses in Zimbabwe have vowed to continue a nationwide strike, despite the government saying that they have all been sacked.The striking staff continued on Thursday for a fifth […]
- UntitledFired Striking Zimbabwean Nurses Refuse DismissalsThursday 19 April 2018 - 5:57amStriking Zimbabwean nurses dismissed as “misleading” that the government had addressed their concernsHARARE - Striking Zimbabwean nurses, that were fired by Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga have on Tuesday, refused to buckle to government’s claims that they had been dismissed.The Zimbabwe Nurses’ Association (Zina) , in a […]
- Untitled‘Zimbabwe Will Rise Again’ Address by the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, His Excellency Comrade E.D. Mnangagwa, on Zimbabwe’s 38th Independence Celebrations, 18th April, 2018Honourable Vice President, Retired General Dr Constantino Chiwenga and AmaiHonourable Vice President, Comrade Kembo Mohadi,Honourable President of the Senate, Mai Edna Madzongwe,Honourable Speaker […]
- UntitledZimbabwe Delegation Dazzles Investors on Wall Street19 APR, 2018 - 00:04 Andrew BloomberryForeign CorrespondentZimbabwe HeraldAfter decades of economic isolation, the Zimbabwe Government, led by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Patrick Chinamasa, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International trade, Dr Sibusiso Moyo and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya had their inaugural […]
- UntitledZimbabwe President Pained by Cash Shortages19 APR, 2018 - 01:04 Fidelis MunyoroChief Court ReporterZimbabwe HeraldPresident Mnangagwa has reaffirmed the country’s economy is forecast to grow by 4,5 percent this year on the back of a robust performance in agriculture, mining, tourism and the construction sector. He said his administration was alive to the pain caused […]
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