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   20/02/2017 
As Malawi’s government promotes investment in mining and resource extraction, ordinary Malawians have been struggling to access information on the impact of mining operations on their lives: Is (...)
 Human Rights Watch
   19/02/2017 
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario is making a two day working visit to the southern province of Inhambane to assess the damage done by cyclone Dineo which hit (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   19/02/2017 
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario is making a two day working visit to the southern province of Inhambane to assess the damage done by cyclone Dineo which hit (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Vanguard] Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo is at the finishing stage of a proposed orphanage in Lagos.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Citizen] Sometimes in the mid 70s my then Member of Parliament, the late Jackson Makweta, rattled members of the National Assembly by tabling a motion urging the august House to legalise the use (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Pastor Evan Mawarire was defiant when he emerged out of the gates of Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison following his brief incarceration on treason related charges early this (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Guardian] Nigerian returnees from Libya have appealed to federal and state governments to provide job opportunities for Nigerian youths to prevent them from endangering their lives looking for (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Nation] As Somalia's president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly known as "Farmajo", prepares to be sworn into office on Wednesday, his ascent to power evokes positive events in Africa in the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Deutsche Welle] An estimated 25 people, mostly Hutus, have been hacked to death with machetes by militiamen from the Nande ethnic group in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. They were (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Deutsche Welle] A brigadier general and a colonel have resigned from the South Sundanese armed forces. Both have accused President Salva Kiir's government of corruption and protecting soldiers (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Al Jazeera] Two top officials overseeing South Sudan's military courts have resigned, saying high-level interference made it impossible to discipline soldiers accused of rape and murder amid the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[The Conversation Africa] The tensions that followed the historic electoral defeat of Gambia strongman President Yahya Jammeh has been a litmus test for democracy in Africa beyond the tiny west (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Nation] Anyone who has been keenly following the political circus surrounding the forthcoming elections cannot have failed to notice that there are greater, more sophisticated forces at (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Ethiopian Herald] The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) said pangolins are the world's most illegally traded mammal and in danger of extinction.
 All Africa (Environment)
   19/02/2017 
[Ethiopian Herald] February 20 marks the annual global observance of World Day of Social Justice pursuant to UN and member states' commitment to the issue. Social justice encompasses economic (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Nation] Construction of the biggest dam in Kenya is set to kick off at Kibuka falls on River Tana.
 All Africa (Environment)
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   20/02/2017 
As Malawi’s government promotes investment in mining and resource extraction, ordinary Malawians have been struggling to access information on the impact of mining operations on their lives: Is (...)
 Human Rights Watch
   19/02/2017 
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario is making a two day working visit to the southern province of Inhambane to assess the damage done by cyclone Dineo which hit (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Vanguard] Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo is at the finishing stage of a proposed orphanage in Lagos.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Citizen] Sometimes in the mid 70s my then Member of Parliament, the late Jackson Makweta, rattled members of the National Assembly by tabling a motion urging the august House to legalise the use (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Pastor Evan Mawarire was defiant when he emerged out of the gates of Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison following his brief incarceration on treason related charges early this (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Guardian] Nigerian returnees from Libya have appealed to federal and state governments to provide job opportunities for Nigerian youths to prevent them from endangering their lives looking for (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Nation] As Somalia's president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly known as "Farmajo", prepares to be sworn into office on Wednesday, his ascent to power evokes positive events in Africa in the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Deutsche Welle] An estimated 25 people, mostly Hutus, have been hacked to death with machetes by militiamen from the Nande ethnic group in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. They were (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Deutsche Welle] A brigadier general and a colonel have resigned from the South Sundanese armed forces. Both have accused President Salva Kiir's government of corruption and protecting soldiers (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Al Jazeera] Two top officials overseeing South Sudan's military courts have resigned, saying high-level interference made it impossible to discipline soldiers accused of rape and murder amid the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[The Conversation Africa] The tensions that followed the historic electoral defeat of Gambia strongman President Yahya Jammeh has been a litmus test for democracy in Africa beyond the tiny west (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Nation] Anyone who has been keenly following the political circus surrounding the forthcoming elections cannot have failed to notice that there are greater, more sophisticated forces at (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Ethiopian Herald] February 20 marks the annual global observance of World Day of Social Justice pursuant to UN and member states' commitment to the issue. Social justice encompasses economic (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Radio Dabanga] Muernei / Mershing -Residents of West and South Darfur camps for the displaced are suffering from rampant insecurity and deteriorating services. They are calling for protection (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Radio Dabanga] Kampala -After a six-month gap of direct meetings between the Sudanese government and the country's holdout rebel movements, the African Union High-level Implementation Panel (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   19/02/2017 
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The United States yesterday warned the government against its decision to ban HIV/Aids services at 40 health facilities, and introduce new guidelines for Key Populations (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
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   19/02/2017 
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario is making a two day working visit to the southern province of Inhambane to assess the damage done by cyclone Dineo which hit (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   19/02/2017 
[Ethiopian Herald] The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) said pangolins are the world's most illegally traded mammal and in danger of extinction.
 All Africa (Environment)
   19/02/2017 
[Nation] Construction of the biggest dam in Kenya is set to kick off at Kibuka falls on River Tana.
 All Africa (Environment)
   19/02/2017 
[Radio Dabanga] Dongola -The medical director of the Dongola Specialist Hospital in northern Sudan reports that the hospital admitted 20 cases of watery diarrhoea last (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   19/02/2017 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Dineo means a gift in SeTswana and the rains caused by a cyclone bearing her name has been a gift for Bulawayo.
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/02/2017 
[The Conversation Africa] Far beneath Mauritius' inactive volcanoes lies an astonishing, important piece of the Earth's history: a fragment of ancient continental crust. And no: it's not (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/02/2017 
[The Conversation Africa] A tropical storm - named Dineo - has swept in from the Indian Ocean, causing extensive flooding as it hit landfall in Mozambique. More damage is threatened as it swings (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/02/2017 
[Nation] At least 500 elderly women and men drawn from various ethnic communities yesterday gathered at Ngong Hills, Kajiado County to pray for the ravaging drought currently being experienced in (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/02/2017 
[The Conversation Africa] Earth is home to an estimated 1 trillion species. To date, only about 1.2 million have been identified and described scientifically. There's good reason to increase this (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/02/2017 
[News24Wire] Thatched roofs ripped off exotic beachside shelters. Asbestos sheets flung to the sand. A diving school that caters for the blind largely reduced to (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   17/02/2017 
[DA] With the cyclone Dineo expected to hit three provinces, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal, national government must ensure that a clear disaster management plan is in place to ensure (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   17/02/2017 
[SA Govt] Government calls communities to be on high alert as Tropical Cyclone Dineo lands in South Africa
 All Africa (Environment)
   17/02/2017 
[Deutsche Welle] Stolen penguins and newly discovered sharks are just a few of the environmental events that made headlines this week. Join us as we take a look through these green (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   17/02/2017 
[Deutsche Welle] A persistent drought caused by the El Nino weather phenomena is causing hunger and suffering for millions living near the east coast of (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   17/02/2017 
[SA Govt] The Department of Environmental Affairs' Green Scorpions issue directives to address environmental impacts associated with operations at Interwaste's Fg landfill (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   17/02/2017 
[Nyasa Times] Red Cross Malawi officials together with government officials this week handed over a VIP latrine to M'bwemba Primary School under Group Village Headman (GVH) Tombondera in Senior (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
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