Latest News September 3, 2015
September 3, 2015
news From All Africa
- Kenya: International Jobs Scam Exposed, Several Arrested
[The Star] Senior officials of an NGO, suspected to be behind what the government termed an international job scam, were arrested on Wednesday.
- South Africa: The Man Took Me to the Bushes and Hurt Me – Rape Victim, 4
[News24Wire] “The man took me to the bushes and hurt me… now I’m bleeding.”
- Sierra Leone: New Ebola Case Prompts Use of Experimental Vaccine – UN
[UN News] The detection of a new case of Ebola in Sierra Leone over the weekend after the West African country had marked almost three weeks of zero cases has prompted the use of an experimental vaccine to fight the disease, according to the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO).
- Nigeria: Why Would a Boko Haram Faction Want to Negotiate?
[African Arguments] Boko Haram has a record of factionalism and one of the latest breakaway groups might be open to dialogue.
- Africa: Health Innovations Need Much More Than Research
[SciDev.Net] The challenges of developing and scaling up health innovations go beyond research. They need careful consideration.
- Africa: Disadvantages of Drug Production in Africa
[SciDev.Net] Valentina Jovanovski in Toronto, Canada
- Zimbabwe: Cabinet Okays Dangote Deal
[The Herald] Lloyd Gumbo -Cabinet has unanimously endorsed Nigerian billionaire Mr Aliko Dangote’s decision to invest in Zimbabwe’s critical economic sectors, with his high-powered technical team expected in Harare on Monday to conclude the deals. Mr Dangote, who is Africa’s richest man with a net worth of about $21,1 billion according to Forbes Magazine -2014, was here on Monday to seal investment deals.
- Tanzania/Nigeria: Stars, Super Eagles Fever Grips Fans
[Daily News] Fever has gripped the country ahead of the eagerly awaited 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier between the national soccer team, Taifa Stars and Nigeria’s Super Eagles.
- Rwanda: Meteorologists Warn of Severe Rains
[New Times] Officials from Rwanda Meteorology Agency (RMA) on Wednesday urged government departments in charge of disaster management to gear up for “above normal El Niño rains” that are expected to start next month.
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