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- Tanzania: Harare On Radar of New Air Tanzania Cargo Serviceam 06/06/2023 um 15:34
[The Herald] Regional airline Air Tanzania has listed Harare as one of the international destinations to be serviced by its newly acquired 54-tonne cargo plane, further pushing its growth strategy in Zimbabwe.
- Zimbabwe: Plastic Pollution - What Zim Needs to Doam 06/06/2023 um 15:31
[The Herald] On 5 June every year, Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in commemorating World Environment Day. This year's theme #BeatPlasticPolution calls for concerted efforts to find solutions to reduce plastic consumption and promote sustainable alternatives.
- South Africa: South Africa Dominates Namibia's Import/Export Bill During Aprilvon [email protected] (Namibia Economist) am 06/06/2023 um 15:09
[Namibia Economist] South Africa emerged as the country's largest market for both exports and imports during April, according to the latest trade statistics availed by the Namibia Statistics Agency on Tuesday.
- South Africa: 'Swindled' South African Soccer Body Not Part of Restitution Plans for Nations Duped By Fifa Graftam 06/06/2023 um 13:55
[allAfrica] Cape Town -- Restitution amounting to U.S.$201 million (nearly R4 billion) to compensate multiple "victim organisations" harmed by global soccer body Fifa in a major corruption scandal, will not be issued to the South African Football Association (SAFA), an investigation by journalism watchdog amaBhungane has found.
- Kenya: Police Lob Teargas to Disperse Activists Protesting Against Finance Bill 2023am 06/06/2023 um 13:03
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Police on Tuesday lobbed teargas to disperse a group of activists at the Jevanjee Gardens protesting against the proposed Finance Bill 2023.
- Cote d'Ivoire: Cote d'Ivoire's Mines Risk Degrading Its Fragile Environmentam 06/06/2023 um 12:50
[ISS] Can the country balance an expanding mining sector with protecting its remaining forests and farming-dependent economy?
- Sudan: Air Strikes On Sudan Campus Kills Congolese - Governmentam 06/06/2023 um 12:42
[Daily News] Khartoum -- The Democratic Republic of Congo's government says 10 of its citizens died after their university campus was "bombarded" in air strikes in Sudan's capital, Khartoum, on Sunday.
- Nigeria: WHO, EU Launch Digital Health Certificate to Help Nigeria, Othersam 06/06/2023 um 12:42
[Vanguard] The World Health Organisation (WHO) and European Commission have announced the inauguration of a significant partnership in digital health to benefit people in receiving quality services around the world.
- Tanzania: Authorities Brutally Violated Maasai Amid Forced Evictions From Ancestral Landsam 06/06/2023 um 12:32
[AI London] The Tanzanian authorities have repeatedly resorted to ill-treatment, excessive use of force, arbitrary arrests and detentions, and forced evictions against members of the Maasai Indigenous community, Amnesty International said in a new report released today.
- Nigeria: Nigeria, Other OPEC Members Agree to Cut Oil Productionam 06/06/2023 um 12:32
[Premium Times] OPEC and its allies have agreed to cut global oil production by 1.393 million barrels per day.
- Kenya: Kisumu Gets Plastic Waste Mobile App as World Celebrate Environment Dayam 06/06/2023 um 10:46
[Capital FM] Kisumu -- A mobile App (M-Taka), has been developed in Kisumu to help the local residents to manage their plastic waste, which has been blamed for polluting Lake Victoria.
- Kenya: Kenya Closes Embassy in Kartoum Amid Increased Attacks on Diplomatsam 06/06/2023 um 10:45
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Kenya has closed its embassy in Sudan's Capital Khartoum following reports of increased attacks targeting diplomatic officials.
- Mozambique: Report Sheds Light On Mozambique's Troubled Cabo Delgadovon [email protected] (GroundUp) am 06/06/2023 um 10:34
[GroundUp] Activities of United States cashew nut company singled out
- West Africa: West African Nations Rally for Urgent and Sustainable Solutions to Fertiliser Shortagesam 06/06/2023 um 10:32
[allAfrica] In a move to combat the escalating food crisis exacerbated by the relentless impacts of climate change, seventeen nations in West Africa and the Sahel signed the "Lomé Declaration on Fertilizers and Soil Health." The agreement has been called a beacon of hope by some, as it looks to revolutionise the accessibility and affordability of soil fertilisers in the region.
- Namibia: Unemployment, Substance Abuse Leading Cause of Suicide in Namibiavon [email protected] (VOA) am 06/06/2023 um 08:22
[VOA] Windhoek -- Namibia ranks fourth in the rate of suicide on the African continent, the country's deputy minister of health and social services, Esther Muinjangue, said at a recent regional forum attended by participants from New Zealand, India, Ghana, Nigeria and other countries.
- Zimbabwe: MPs Dispute Govt Claims That Essential Medicines are In Public Hospitalsam 06/06/2023 um 08:21
[New Zimbabwe] Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, who is also Health minister, last week told Parliament that all public health institutions have essential medicines.
- Malawi: Rights Groups Urge Malawi to Stop Forced Refugee Relocationsvon [email protected] (VOA) am 06/06/2023 um 08:20
[VOA] Blantyre -- An international rights group is asking the Malawi government to stop the forced relocation of 8,000 refugees living outside a congested camp.
- Central African Republic: Critical Humanitarian Situation in the Countryam 06/06/2023 um 07:59
[UN News] The humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) remains critical, with more than half the population, 3.4 million people, requiring assistance and protection, the top UN aid official in the country said on Monday.
- Liberia: EU Injects U.S.$88 Million in Liberia Economyvon [email protected] (New Dawn) am 06/06/2023 um 07:36
[New Dawn] -To kick start new phase of GoL-European Union partnership
- Central Africa: Central Africa Faces 'Turning Point' Amid Multiple Crises, UN Security Council Toldam 06/06/2023 um 07:33
[UN News] Despite critical gains by Central African nations in advancing stability and cooperation, the region faces multiple crises, and the coming months mark "an important turning point", the top UN official there told the Security Council on Monday.
- Africa: Cities 'Critical Battlegrounds' for a Sustainable Future - Guterresam 06/06/2023 um 07:31
[UN News] When it comes to fighting for a sustainable future, the world's cities are "critical battlegrounds" and more important than ever to making multilateralism work for all, said the UN chief in a video message on Monday to the United Nations Habitat Assembly.
- Ethiopia: World Food Programme Leadership Resigns Amid Aid Diversion Probe, Sources Sayam 06/06/2023 um 06:55
[The New Humanitarian] Johannesburg -- The agency's aid into Tigray has been suspended since an internal investigation - due to deliver its findings any day - was launched in May.
- Congo-Kinshasa: Cash Transfer NGO GiveDirectly Loses U.S.$900,000 in DR Congo Mobile Cash Fraudam 06/06/2023 um 06:53
[The New Humanitarian] Bangkok -- "These were people who had high starting levels of vulnerability (who) were told that they were going to receive a potentially life changing amount of money."
- Nigeria: Court Stops Labour's Planned Strike Over Fuel Subsidy Removalam 06/06/2023 um 06:34
[Premium Times] The National Industrial Court of Nigeria in Abuja on Monday ordered the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) to halt the strike they planned to embark on in protest against the removal of subsidy on petrol.
- Kenya: President Ruto Defends Housing Bill, Says It's Good for Kenyansam 06/06/2023 um 06:03
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- President William Ruto has defended the contentious housing levy while saying it is a sure bet to bridge the country's housing deficit.
- South Africa: Construction Mafia Allegedly Linked to Power Utility's Procurement Staff - South African News Briefs - June 6, 2023am 06/06/2023 um 05:43
- South Africa: Judge Rejects Dr Nandipha Magudumana's Urgent Bid for Freedomvon [email protected] (GroundUp) am 06/06/2023 um 05:25
[GroundUp] But the state made mistakes and almost lost the case
- South Africa: Former Cabinet Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson Dies Aged 59von [email protected] (Scrolla) am 06/06/2023 um 05:14
[Scrolla] (18 December 1963 - 5 June 2023)
- Nigeria: Nigerian Health Workers Suspend Strike After Meeting President Tinubuam 06/06/2023 um 05:10
[Premium Times] The union said the strike had been suspended due to the progress made during the engagement with the president.
- Africa: Innovations in Agriculture Can Drive Climate- Change Mitigationsam 05/06/2023 um 19:21
[allAfrica] Nairobi -- The agricultural sector is a signiï¬cant contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, responsible for an estimated 19-29 percent, according to the World Bank. This ï¬gure climbs to 40 percent emissions produced throughout the entire agricultural value chain - encompassing transportation, storage, and processing - are considered.