Day: June 18, 2022

Uganda: Saving Lives and Broken Hearts With Breast Milk in Uganda

Breast milk donations can mean life or death for newborns, but safety misconceptions and stigma hamper their lifesaving...

Africa: Harness Africa’s Knowledge to Curb Deadly Diseases

Homegrown solutions built on regional knowledge addressed the Aids and tuberculosis epidemics. The same approach can be applied...

West Africa: Cote d’Ivoire Hammer Niger At WAFU B U17 Championship, Burkina Secure Second Win

Cote d'Ivoire revived their chances of advancing to the semi-final of the WAFU B U17 Championship in style...

Zimbabwe: The Dilemma of Zimbabweans Abroad

Torn between cultures and continents, our children in diaspora do not really know where they belong and do...

Why a Rwandan sports reporter fled his home – BBC

Why a Rwandan sports reporter fled his home BBC Source link : https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-61631438 Author : Publish date :...

Kinshasa host of the seventh edition of the African football night

Kinshasa is hosting the seventh edition of the night of the African football on Saturday, June 18. The...

Rights Observers, Lawyers Press Tanzania to Halt Plan to Evict Maasai

Human rights observers and lawyers for the Maasai people are pressing Tanzania’s government to halt plans to forcibly...

How I Survived in Kenya Village Being the Only White Person – Sky News Anchor

Former Sky News anchor, Natasha Kaplinsky, has narrated how at the age of eight years her family moved to...

Fifa study of Euros & Afcon finds half of all players abused online; Saka & Rashford most targeted

Bukayo Saka (left) and Marcus Rashford (right) were racially abused on social media after missing penalties in the...

New hope for Zimbabwe Exemption Permits permit holders in SA

A SOUTH African civic group has filed an application challenging that country's Home Affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi's decision...

Uganda’s deepening debt remains cause for concern

While reading the 2015/2016 budget, Finance minister Matia Kasaija boasted that 76.4 percent of the Shs23,972 billion was...

Egypt uses augmented reality to promote medical tourism

Egypt uses augmented reality to promote medical tourism - Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East Skip...

Egypt lifts COVID-19 restrictions for people coming into the country

Lebanese political officials slammed during Eid sermon for ‘moral crisis and love of power’ BEIRUT: Political officials in...

Sisi Affirms Egypt’s Valued Friendship With Russia

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi affirmed on Friday that Egypt values its firm, historic friendship relations with Russia,...

Walnut: The new wonder crop for Ugandan farmers

Since the spread of none communicable diseases related to heart, joint tissues and blood infections have become rampant...

“Cameroon Stands No Chance of Winning World Cup 2022” –

Published on 18.06.2022 at 05h46 by Nana Kamsukom According to the analysis and prediction website, The Analyst, Cameroon...

Uganda Claims Exploration Surveys Discovered 31 Million Metric Tons of Gold – Bitcoin News

While gold is often considered a scarce asset, Uganda explained on Wednesday that recently conducted exploration surveys indicate...

WHO Tanzania Walks the Talk | WHO

18 June 2022, Dar es Salaam: Today, the WHO Tanzania Country Office team organized its first Walk the Talk...

Why Arusha Is Considered The Safari Capital Of The World

Arusha might not be the Capital of Tanzania as a country but is a capital. Globally recognized as...

Ethiopian Organizations Oppose European Union amendment on security policy HOA

Organizations that endorsed the letter to the European Parliamentborkena  Twelve Ethiopian Organizations wrote a letter to the European Parliament ...

Tanzania, Kenya face off over maize amid shortage, soaring prices

By ANTHONY KITIMO By LUKE ANAMI Kenya has blocked dozens of trucks ferrying maize from Tanzania over quality...

Paris Club suspends Sudan’s debt relief process as Khartoum seeks Arab funds

June 17, 2022 (KHARTOUM) – Paris Club countries decided to suspend Sudan’s debt removal process as the finance...

In Ethiopia’s Civil War, Thousands of Jailed Tigrayans Endured Squalor and Disease

In a packed Ethiopian prison last November, charity worker Tesfaye Weldemaryam cried out in delirium for two weeks....

In Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed’s Christian Nationalism Is Tearing the Country Apart

An Ethiopian Muslim stands inside a damaged mausoleum at the al-Nejashi Mosque, one of the oldest in Africa,...

Eritrea: North Koreans with Black Faces – IDN-InDepthNews

Viewpoint by Daniel Haile* COLLEGE STATION, Texas | USA (IDN) — Eritrea is a very small country in...

Eritrea: Remembrance – A Centripetal Force

The observance of Martyrs' Day on June 20 is Eritrea's revered tradition with a set of practices that...