Latest News June 22, 2015
news From All Africa
- South Africa: The Combi Turned Mobile Psychology Clinic for Khayelitsha's Youth[The Daily Vox] A man in Khayelitsha has found an innovative way to help kids in the township deal with psychological trauma: he’s transforming his minibus into a mobile psychology clinic. RA’EESA PATHER reports.
- Zimbabwe: Govt Signs Labour Exportation Deals With Other Africans Countries For Graduates[The Herald] Government is inviting all those who graduated from tertiary colleges since 1980 to forward their names for possible employment in several African countries with which it has signed agreements for labour exportation.
- Africa: IEA Report Offers Strategy for Peak in Global Energy Emissions By 2020[UNEP] London -The report by the International Energy Agency highlights the need for COP 21 climate pledges to be viewed as the basis from which to create a “virtuous circle” of increasing ambition.
- South Africa: Chances Slim That Woman Survived Fall Overboard – Son[News24Wire] The son of the woman who is believed to have fallen overboard while sailing with her husband, believes her chances of surviving are very slim.
- Nigeria: Finally, Buhari Moves Into Aso Rock Presidential Villa[Premium Times] President Muhmadu Buhari has finally moved into the Aso Rock presidential villa, Abuja.
- Somalia: Al-Shabab Fighters Kill Police Officers in Somalia[Al Jazeera] Al-Shabab fighters have killed at least eight officers in a raid on a police station near the capital, a police official said.
- Africa: Global Leadership Criticised As Refugee Numbers Swell[Al Jazeera] Doha, Qatar -The UN refugee agency has said that the record number of refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people globally is “a reflection of a world in chaos”.
- Rwanda: Diversity in Skills Is the Way to Go[New Times] That Rwanda has no railway engineers is understandable; the country did not need them since it had never had a single rail. But that will soon change as the country sends its first batch of engineers to Kenya to learn the ropes.
- Zimbabwe: Parliament Reads Riot Act to Ministers[The Herald] Cabinet Ministers who absent themselves from Parliament without notice now face contempt of Parliament charges after the National Assembly last Thursday adopted new Standing Rules and Orders.
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