news From All Africa
- Angola: Many Killed in Yellow Fever Outbreak
[Al Jazeera] A yellow fever epidemic has killed 158 people in Angola, with more than 50 deaths occurring last month alone, the World Health Organization officials have said.
- Algeria: Gas Plant Hit By Rocket Attack
[Al Jazeera] An Algerian gas plant jointly operated by foreign energy giants came under attack on Friday with rocket-propelled grenades, Algerian officials have said.
- Somalia: Govt Gains Ground in Fight Against Al-Shabaab
[Shabelle] Security forces in Somalia’s semi-autonomous region of Puntland killed more than 60 Islamist militants and regained some territory in a counter-offensive against al Shabaab, regional officials said.
- Tanzania: Zanzibar Ready for Polls
[Daily News] DISTRIBUTION of ballot boxes and papers to 1,583 voting stations across Zanzibar begins today, authorities have said. Zanzibar Electoral Commission (ZEC) Director, Salum Kassim Ali, said here yesterday that the operation takes place today to avoid delay in voting starting time tomorrow.
- Zimbabwe: Mugabe Panics
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe also showed signs he was feeling the pressure when he finally seemed to be taking over party rallies from his wife, Grace whose controversial provincial toured were viewed as divisive.
- South Africa: Is It Piracy? How Students Access Academic Resources
[The Conversation Africa] Academic textbooks are expensive and the cost of textbooks globally has continued to rise alarmingly even as other educational resources have become relatively cheaper. For students, <a href="https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/What_is_OER%3F" targe
- Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Constitution – Fractured Legitimacy & the Urgency of Constitutional Transfiguration
[Addis Standard] Part – I
- South Africa: Social Welfare System Faces Deepening Challenges
[The Conversation Africa] Twenty years ago South Africa embarked on a bold strategy to renew its welfare system. This was part of a larger project to transform South African society to achieve peace and social justice and overcome the social divisions of the past.
- South Africa: Murdered Girl's Parents Leaving SA to Find 'Inner Peace'
[News24Wire] The father of murdered teenager Franziska Blöchliger has announced on Facebook that the family would be leaving the country to find inner peace.
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