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Zimbabwe: When Basic Supplies, Like Blood, Doesn't Reach Women Giving Birth

[allAfrica] I recently received a desperate call in the middle of the night from a doctor under my supervision at a hospital where I practice, informing me that a patient's uterus had ruptured (torn apart) during birth. The mother was referred to us because t
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Zimbabwe: When Basic Supplies, Like Blood, Doesn't Reach Women Giving Birth

[allAfrica] I recently received a desperate call in the middle of the night from a doctor under my supervision at a hospital where I practice, informing me that a patient's uterus had ruptured (torn apart) during birth. The mother was referred to us because the hospital where she had delivered -- about 100 km away -- did not have blood for a transfusion.  She had lost so much blood. The doctor calling me was desperate because the patient needed an emergency operation to remove her uterus. But our hospital a

Southern Africa: Cyclone Kenneth Strengthening as it Heads for Coast

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Cyclone Kenneth - which is approaching the southern coast of Tanzania and northern coast of Mozambique - has been upgraded to an intense tropical cyclone by Meteo France, the French national meteorological service, AccuWeather reports.
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Southern Africa: Cyclone Kenneth Strengthening as it Heads for Coast

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Cyclone Kenneth - which is approaching the southern coast of Tanzania and northern coast of Mozambique - has been upgraded to an intense tropical cyclone by Meteo France, the French national meteorological service, AccuWeather reports.

Namibia: Namibia Pursues Malaria Elimination

[allAfrica] Katwitwi, Namibia -Namibia was not on the list of six African countries identified by the World Health Organization as having the potential to become malaria-free within the next two years.
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Namibia: Namibia Pursues Malaria Elimination

[allAfrica] Katwitwi, Namibia -Namibia was not on the list of six African countries identified by the World Health Organization as having the potential to become malaria-free within the next two years.

Africa: Why Doctors Should Consider Prescribing 'Nature' to Patients

[allAfrica] Imagine if Abdul in Nigeria was having severe headaches and feeling dizzy, and he went to the hospital where the doctor found his blood pressure was high. What if, in addition to antihypertensives, advice on reduced salt intake and regular blood p
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Africa: Why Doctors Should Consider Prescribing 'Nature' to Patients

[allAfrica] Imagine if Abdul in Nigeria was having severe headaches and feeling dizzy, and he went to the hospital where the doctor found his blood pressure was high. What if, in addition to antihypertensives, advice on reduced salt intake and regular blood pressure measurements, the doctor wrote «go into nature»?

Africa: To Achieve a Malaria-Free World, We Need Lifesaving Tools to Reach Everyone

[allAfrica] As a doctor, I have seen the devastating toll of malaria firsthand. Working as a physician in my home country of Cameroon, I've been shocked watching once-healthy patients arrive at the hospital feverish and shaking, sometimes going on to experien
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Africa: To Achieve a Malaria-Free World, We Need Lifesaving Tools to Reach Everyone

[allAfrica] As a doctor, I have seen the devastating toll of malaria firsthand. Working as a physician in my home country of Cameroon, I've been shocked watching once-healthy patients arrive at the hospital feverish and shaking, sometimes going on to experience kidney failure, seizures and altered state of consciousness. Some of these patients don't survive -- even though malaria is preventable and treatable. I can't think of a person I know who has not been touched by malaria in my country.

Africa: President Kagame Attends Summit On Situation in Sudan and Libya

[Rwanda Govt] President Kagame arrived in Cairo, Egypt on Tuesday to attend the one-day AU Troika Summit convened by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, of the Arab Republic of Egypt and current African Union Chairperson on Libya and Sudan.
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Africa: President Kagame Attends Summit On Situation in Sudan and Libya

[Rwanda Govt] President Kagame arrived in Cairo, Egypt on Tuesday to attend the one-day AU Troika Summit convened by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, of the Arab Republic of Egypt and current African Union Chairperson on Libya and Sudan.

Angola: The 'Presidential' Marriage Causing Unease in Angola

[East African] In many circumstances, a former president's son marrying his successor's daughter, would be a union made in a political heaven.
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Angola: The 'Presidential' Marriage Causing Unease in Angola

[East African] In many circumstances, a former president's son marrying his successor's daughter, would be a union made in a political heaven.

Southern Africa: Burundi Seeks Zimbabwe's Support On SADC Admission

[263Chat] Bujumbura is counting on Harare's influence in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to mop up support for its admission into the sub-regional bloc ahead of the SADC assessment mission's tour of the troubled east African nation next mont
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Southern Africa: Burundi Seeks Zimbabwe's Support On SADC Admission

[263Chat] Bujumbura is counting on Harare's influence in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to mop up support for its admission into the sub-regional bloc ahead of the SADC assessment mission's tour of the troubled east African nation next month, 263Chat has established.

Tanzania: Solar-Powered Street Lights Boost Lindi Women's Businesses

[Daily News] IT's around 8:00pm but Aisha Mohamed is still busy with her business close to Lindi Bus Stand's exit door. The main customers of her well-roasted maize are passengers coming from Dar es Salaam, Mtwara, Ruvuma as well as passers-by.
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Tanzania: Solar-Powered Street Lights Boost Lindi Women's Businesses

[Daily News] IT's around 8:00pm but Aisha Mohamed is still busy with her business close to Lindi Bus Stand's exit door. The main customers of her well-roasted maize are passengers coming from Dar es Salaam, Mtwara, Ruvuma as well as passers-by.

Southern Africa: Another Strong Tropical Storm Heads for Mozambique

[News24Wire] Another strong tropical cyclone is heading for the south-east coast of Africa and it is expected to make landfall on Thursday.
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Southern Africa: Another Strong Tropical Storm Heads for Mozambique

[News24Wire] Another strong tropical cyclone is heading for the south-east coast of Africa and it is expected to make landfall on Thursday.

Nigeria: Hope Rises As UN Offers to Raise U.S.$50 Billion for Lake Chad

[Leadership] There is a glimmer of hope for the revival of the shrinking Lake Chad after the United Nations yesterday agreed to help in efforts to raise $50 billion for its recharge.
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Nigeria: Hope Rises As UN Offers to Raise U.S.$50 Billion for Lake Chad

[Leadership] There is a glimmer of hope for the revival of the shrinking Lake Chad after the United Nations yesterday agreed to help in efforts to raise $50 billion for its recharge.

Rwanda: Meet the Man who Saved Hundreds from the Genocide

[Deutsche Welle] Rwanda holds Damas Gisimba in high honor for saving over 400 people in the 1994 genocide. The man who displayed such unusual resilience and bravery at a time of the mass slaughter of Tutsis spoke to DW in Kigali.
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Rwanda: Meet the Man who Saved Hundreds from the Genocide

[Deutsche Welle] Rwanda holds Damas Gisimba in high honor for saving over 400 people in the 1994 genocide. The man who displayed such unusual resilience and bravery at a time of the mass slaughter of Tutsis spoke to DW in Kigali.

South Africa: Easter Weekend Road Death Toll Down 40% - Transport Minister

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Speaking at a roadblock at the Marianhill toll plaza in Durban on Sunday, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has welcomed statistics indicating that Easter Weekend road fatalities have decreased by 40% compared to those of 2018, SABC rep
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South Africa: Easter Weekend Road Death Toll Down 40% - Transport Minister

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Speaking at a roadblock at the Marianhill toll plaza in Durban on Sunday, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has welcomed statistics indicating that Easter Weekend road fatalities have decreased by 40% compared to those of 2018, SABC reports.

Africa: Moving From Commitment to Action Means Vaccinating All Children

[allAfrica] I witnessed first-hand the devastation of Cyclone Idai in a visit to Mozambique earlier this month. The severe flooding triggered by the cyclone left the water and sanitation systems in ruins. As the spread of cholera became a real risk, it was cl
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Africa: Moving From Commitment to Action Means Vaccinating All Children

[allAfrica] I witnessed first-hand the devastation of Cyclone Idai in a visit to Mozambique earlier this month. The severe flooding triggered by the cyclone left the water and sanitation systems in ruins. As the spread of cholera became a real risk, it was clear that speed would be critical to save lives and prevent even more suffering among the nearly two million people affected by the cyclone in that country alone. In response, immunization partners mobilized to dispatch some 900,000 doses of the oral cholera vaccin

Africa: Hard-Fought Rights Are Slipping Away, Says Afrobarometer

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Civic and political space is closing as governments clamp down on citizen's freedoms, says Afrobarometer in a new report. The pan-African research network, based in Accra, conducted surveys in 34 countries between 2016 and 2018. The sur
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Africa: Hard-Fought Rights Are Slipping Away, Says Afrobarometer

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Civic and political space is closing as governments clamp down on citizen's freedoms, says Afrobarometer in a new report. The pan-African research network, based in Accra, conducted surveys in 34 countries between 2016 and 2018. The surveys looks at how the attitudes, experiences and perceptions of citizens have change over a period of 10 years.

Angola: Government Reaffirms Commitment to National Policy On Books

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Culture Ministry reaffirmed on Tuesday, in Luanda, its commitment to implementing the National Policy on Books and Reading, as well as the protection of copyrights and similar goods.
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Angola: Government Reaffirms Commitment to National Policy On Books

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Culture Ministry reaffirmed on Tuesday, in Luanda, its commitment to implementing the National Policy on Books and Reading, as well as the protection of copyrights and similar goods.

Congo-Kinshasa: Why Responsible Sourcing of Minerals Has Major Weak Spots

[The Conversation Africa] The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is rich in minerals such as coltan, tantalum, tin and gold. All are coveted for their widespread use in modern technologies, like semiconductors for cars and mobile phones.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Why Responsible Sourcing of Minerals Has Major Weak Spots

[The Conversation Africa] The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is rich in minerals such as coltan, tantalum, tin and gold. All are coveted for their widespread use in modern technologies, like semiconductors for cars and mobile phones.

Congo-Kinshasa: Gorillas Posed for Selfies and Excited the World

[Nairobi News] A Congolese park ranger has gone viral on social media after he posting photos of two gorillas who posed for selfies with him.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Gorillas Posed for Selfies and Excited the World

[Nairobi News] A Congolese park ranger has gone viral on social media after he posting photos of two gorillas who posed for selfies with him.

Mozambique: Attorney-General's Office Declines to Charge Four Over 'Hidden Debts'

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican Attorney-General's Office (PGR) has decided not to charge four people in connection with the scandal of Mozambique's «hidden debts», reports Monday's issue of the independent newssheet «Carta de Mocambique»
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Mozambique: Attorney-General's Office Declines to Charge Four Over 'Hidden Debts'

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican Attorney-General's Office (PGR) has decided not to charge four people in connection with the scandal of Mozambique's «hidden debts», reports Monday's issue of the independent newssheet «Carta de Mocambique».

Africa: World's Biggest Anti-Malaria Vaccine Campaign Begins

[Deutsche Welle] Hundreds of thousands of children are to receive a groundbreaking vaccine against the mosquito-born disease in three African countries. It's hoped the campaign will save many lives, but there are some drawbacks.
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Africa: World's Biggest Anti-Malaria Vaccine Campaign Begins

[Deutsche Welle] Hundreds of thousands of children are to receive a groundbreaking vaccine against the mosquito-born disease in three African countries. It's hoped the campaign will save many lives, but there are some drawbacks.

Mali: President Names New Prime Minister

[Deutsche Welle] Mali's president has appointed a new prime minister, after the country's government resigned. Boubou Cisse, who had been serving as finance minster, is now charged with easing growing unrest.
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Mali: President Names New Prime Minister

[Deutsche Welle] Mali's president has appointed a new prime minister, after the country's government resigned. Boubou Cisse, who had been serving as finance minster, is now charged with easing growing unrest.

Mozambique: Samora Machel Junior Accuses Nyusi of Violating Frelimo Statutes

[AIM] Maputo -Samora Machel Junior («Samito»), son of Mozambique's first president, Samora Moises Machel, has accused the President of the ruling Frelimo Party, Filipe Nyusi, of «gross violation» of the Frelimo statutes, reports the in
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Mozambique: Samora Machel Junior Accuses Nyusi of Violating Frelimo Statutes

[AIM] Maputo -Samora Machel Junior («Samito»), son of Mozambique's first president, Samora Moises Machel, has accused the President of the ruling Frelimo Party, Filipe Nyusi, of «gross violation» of the Frelimo statutes, reports the independent newssheet «Carta de Mocambique».

Uganda: Police, Bobi Wine Supporters Clash Over Blocked Shows

[Monitor] Supporters of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine on Monday clashed with police after authorities cancelled his Easter music shows in Kampala, Arua and Lira.
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Uganda: Police, Bobi Wine Supporters Clash Over Blocked Shows

[Monitor] Supporters of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine on Monday clashed with police after authorities cancelled his Easter music shows in Kampala, Arua and Lira.

Zimbabwe: Chamisa Clinches Victory

[Zimbabwe Standard] MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is two nominations away from clinching an uncontested presidency at the May 24 congress when the party meets to elect a new leadership, including a substantive replacement of its late president Morgan Tsvangirai.
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Zimbabwe: Chamisa Clinches Victory

[Zimbabwe Standard] MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is two nominations away from clinching an uncontested presidency at the May 24 congress when the party meets to elect a new leadership, including a substantive replacement of its late president Morgan Tsvangirai.

Rwanda: Qatari Emir in Rwanda for Three-Day State Visit

[New Times] The Emir of Qatar, His Highness Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, arrived in Rwanda on Sunday, leading a high-powered delegation of senior government officials and business executives from the Gulf state.
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Rwanda: Qatari Emir in Rwanda for Three-Day State Visit

[New Times] The Emir of Qatar, His Highness Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, arrived in Rwanda on Sunday, leading a high-powered delegation of senior government officials and business executives from the Gulf state.

Rwanda: No Change in Rwanda, Uganda Ties

[New Times] A regional newspaper, The East African, has reported in their latest issue, about what they call the «ease of tensions» at the Rwanda - Uganda borders.
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Rwanda: No Change in Rwanda, Uganda Ties

[New Times] A regional newspaper, The East African, has reported in their latest issue, about what they call the «ease of tensions» at the Rwanda - Uganda borders.

Sudan: Talks Stop Amid Demands for Radical Change

[allAfrica] Sudanese who have been protesting across the country have vowed to accelerate their demonstrations until a civilian government takes power.
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Sudan: Talks Stop Amid Demands for Radical Change

[allAfrica] Sudanese who have been protesting across the country have vowed to accelerate their demonstrations until a civilian government takes power.

Kenya: State Capture - How Drug Lords Control Political Power in the Country

[Nation] Instructively, the Akashas' case in the US has excited a public convinced it is definitive in Kenya's fight against hard drugs. And this exhilaration is because American authorities earlier promised to swoop down on Akashas' accomplices -- judges, po
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Kenya: State Capture - How Drug Lords Control Political Power in the Country

[Nation] Instructively, the Akashas' case in the US has excited a public convinced it is definitive in Kenya's fight against hard drugs. And this exhilaration is because American authorities earlier promised to swoop down on Akashas' accomplices -- judges, police officers, politicians, and many other public servants who aided or abetted the enterprise founded by Ibrahim Akasha, the poster boy of drug trafficking in Kenya.

Nigeria: Former Top Judge Banned From Public Office for Ten Years

[East African] Nigeria's former Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen has been barred from holding office for ten years after an ethics tribunal found him guilty of six counts of false declaration of assets.
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Nigeria: Former Top Judge Banned From Public Office for Ten Years

[East African] Nigeria's former Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen has been barred from holding office for ten years after an ethics tribunal found him guilty of six counts of false declaration of assets.

Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Attack Ebola Hospital in North Kivu

[Deutsche Welle] Militiamen in the DRC's North Kivu province attacked another hospital in their most recent assault on organizations fighting Ebola. The city of Butembo in North Kivu province is at the center of the current epidemic.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Attack Ebola Hospital in North Kivu

[Deutsche Welle] Militiamen in the DRC's North Kivu province attacked another hospital in their most recent assault on organizations fighting Ebola. The city of Butembo in North Kivu province is at the center of the current epidemic.

Rwanda: Tension Eases At Rwanda, Uganda Border of Gatuna

[East African] Rwandans living in the Gatuna border town can now cross over to Uganda without much restrictions, for the first time in two months, as tensions between the two neighbours begin to ease.
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Rwanda: Tension Eases At Rwanda, Uganda Border of Gatuna

[East African] Rwandans living in the Gatuna border town can now cross over to Uganda without much restrictions, for the first time in two months, as tensions between the two neighbours begin to ease.

Rwanda: Entrepreneurs Borrow Leaf From Rwanda to Make Kinshasa Clean

[New Times] Representatives of more than 100 firms and cooperatives in DR Congo's capital, Kinshasa, on Friday held a meeting with local businessman, Jean Malic Kalima, seeking his assistance on how to best plan and implement a city cleaning project.
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Rwanda: Entrepreneurs Borrow Leaf From Rwanda to Make Kinshasa Clean

[New Times] Representatives of more than 100 firms and cooperatives in DR Congo's capital, Kinshasa, on Friday held a meeting with local businessman, Jean Malic Kalima, seeking his assistance on how to best plan and implement a city cleaning project.

South Sudan: International Rescue Committee Urges New Approach to Malnutrition

[VOA] More than 750,000 South Sudanese children under age 5 are expected to face acute malnutrition this year, according to the International Rescue Committee.
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South Sudan: International Rescue Committee Urges New Approach to Malnutrition

[VOA] More than 750,000 South Sudanese children under age 5 are expected to face acute malnutrition this year, according to the International Rescue Committee.

Mali: Killing of Peacekeeper 'May Constitute War Crimes' - UN

[UN News] An improvised roadside mine which exploded hitting a UN peacekeeping convoy in Mali, killing one 'blue helmet' from Egypt, and wounding four others, may constitute a war crime, the UN Chief said on Saturday, as senior UN officials condemned the blas
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Mali: Killing of Peacekeeper 'May Constitute War Crimes' - UN

[UN News] An improvised roadside mine which exploded hitting a UN peacekeeping convoy in Mali, killing one 'blue helmet' from Egypt, and wounding four others, may constitute a war crime, the UN Chief said on Saturday, as senior UN officials condemned the blast.

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