Latest News September 1, 2015
September 1, 2015
news From All Africa
- Somalia: Al-Shabaab Claims 'Scores' Killed in Attack On AU Troops
[Al Jazeera] Al-Shabab fighters in Somalia have killed “scores” of African Union troops in an attack south of capital, Mogadishu, a spokesman for the armed group told Al Jazeera.
- Africa: New Website to Help Startups Get Quotable Expert Reviews
[CIO] Pundits.io has launched a platform that makes it easy for companies to get their products reviewed by recognized industry experts. The new service helps companies to convert their visitors to users by having their products reviewed by relevant independent experts.
- South Africa: Father Mourns Four Children Killed in Bus Crash
[News24Wire] Shattered by the death of his four children who died along with 31 others in a bus accident in the Eastern Cape, Ntaba Mbane could not fathom the thought of breaking the news to his wife Nothabile.
- South Africa: Millions of Dollars Confiscated at Joburg Airport
[News24Wire] Five people were arrested at OR Tambo International Airport after being found with undeclared currency totalling R23m, as well as a further $3.77m (R50.2m), the South African Revenue Service (Sars) said on Monday.
- Ghana: Ghanaians Vote for Local Officials
[AEP] Barring any drawbacks, Ghanaians will go to the polls on September 1, 2015, to elect assembly and unit committee members for the all metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies (MMDAs) in the country. In this light, your authoritative African Elections Project (AEP) brings you interesting figures (about this important local level election.
- Sudan: More Students Join Islamic State in Syria, Iraq
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -For the third time this year, a group of Sudanese students have left the country to join the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria. The four women students left Sudan via Khartoum National Airport, El Sudani newspaper reported on Sunday. Further details were unknown so far.
- West Africa: Nigeria, Others Scramble for Airspace in Gulf of Guinea
[Guardian] Experts Attribute Development To Quest For Economic Expansion
- Kenya: Cholera Delays School Opening in Wajir Town
[The Star] Schools in Wajir town will not reopen today following a cholera outbreak.
- Nigeria: Three Feared Dead As Biafran Campaigners, Security Operatives Clash in Anambra
[Leadership] Tragedy has befallen a group of campaigners for a Republic of Biafra as three of their members were reported dead when they clashed with the men of the Onitsha naval out-post in Anambra State.
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