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Nigeria Ranks 3rd Position in Open Defaecation – Unicef Chief

By Vanguard, 11/23/2017 The United Nations Children Funds (UNICEF) says Nigeria is ranked third among the countries of the world where people still practise open defaecation. Mr Zaid Jurji, the UNICEF Chief of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Nigeria, made this...

How the Saudi purge will affect detained billionaires’ assets in Africa

By Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz, 11/23/2017 The jitters surrounding the Saudi purge continue to reverberate both in Africa and across the world with companies and family holdings wondering how the shakedown would impact their businesses, assets, and long-term investments. In early November, more...

Mugabe granted immunity, assured of safety in Zimbabwe: sources

By MACDONALD DZIRUTWE AND CRIS CHINAKA, IOL, 11/23/2017 Harare - Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe was granted immunity from prosecution and assured that his safety would be protected in his home country as part of a deal that led to his resignation,...

After Mugabe, all eyes are on Uganda’s Museveni: how long can he cling to...

BY Justin Willis, Gabrielle Lynch, Nic Cheeseman, Quartz,  11/23/2017 On Nov. 21, Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe resigned as president under intense pressure from the military, his own party, and mass protests. The news was celebrated on the streets of Harare and also by pro-democracy activists...

The hills are alive… Concern in action in the hills of DRC

Apart from some fading roadside signage and the occasional battered Land Cruiser, there’s not much sign of Concern’s presence in Masisi, Democratic Republic of Congo. At least not at first glance. By Kristin Myers, Huffington Post, 11/22/2017 Spectacularly difficult Concern has been operating in...

Botswana: First batch of youth houses ready

By PAULINE DIKUELO, Mmegi, 11/22/2017 The first batch of the Youth Housing Units, which comprises 156 units at Tsholofelo East in Gaborone are expected to be complete next month. In a bid to promote home ownership amongst citizens renting Botswana Housing Corporation’s (BHC)...

Aviation Stakeholder Laments Depletion Of Nigeria’s Aircraft Fleet To 40

BY SAHARA REPORTERS, 11/21/2017 Nick Fadugba, the former General Secretary of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA), has lamented the depletion of Nigeria’s total fleet to just 40 aircraft. Speaking with our correspondent in an interview in Lagos, Mr. Fadugba said the totality...

Mediterranean tragedy: Nigeria accuses Italy of violating agreement

By Agency Report, Premium Times, 11/21/2017 The Nigerian Government says it has written to the Italian Embassy asking it why the 26 migrants recovered from the Mediterranean were buried nine days before the agreed date. The Senior Special Adviser to the President on...
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“We Are Like Grass: We Bend This Way and That When the Elephants Fight.”

By Christoph Titz, Spiegel, 11/21/2017 Risky air drops and truck deliveries across some of the most dangerous roads in the world: To tackle what is currently Africa's worst hunger crisis, the U.N. World Food Program is using all means at its disposal....

‘Mum, they’re killing me’: Child kidnappings surge in DRC’s Goma

By AFP, 11/21/2017 Goma - Valerie pulls a pair of blue shorts and a small white shirt out of a plastic bag. The shirt is stained with blood. It's the school uniform of her eight-year-old son Nathanael, who was kidnapped on...
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