[SAnews.gov.za] After a rapid rise in COVID-19 infections over the last two months, the daily increase in infections appears to be stabilising, particularly in the Western Cape, Gauteng and Eastern Cape.
[Ethiopian Herald] The African Development Bank approved grants worth about 41.16 million USD to Djibouti to bolster the national budget in support of government efforts to mitigate national and regional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Africa Development Bank.
Those who attack his assertions and actions should ask themselves what they have sacrificed for the country they want
And people who cannot afford electricity resort to burning biomass for warmth and cooking which has a detrimental effect on health
[RFI] A “mafia network” at the heart of the Congolese health ministry is responsible for embezzling funds destined for the fight against Covid-19, according to a letter from the junior health minister Albert M’Peti Biyombo.
[AIM] Maputo — Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Wednesday declared that the country’s judicial system should act speedily and hold responsible for their crimes those who commit acts of armed violence in the north and centre of the country.
Linking the word ‘Covid-19’ with ‘schools’, ‘impact’, ‘relief’ and ‘wards’ reflects the concerns about schools, the economy and medical treatment — stories that dominated in the media
[Abahlali] If you are poor and black your life does not count to the government. Your dignity can be vandalised at any time. Your home can be destroyed at any time
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Rice is a staple food in Kenya’s urban areas, but with floods destroying young crops in recent weeks and imports restricted by the COVID-19 pandemic, stocks may run short
[African Arguments] Every day at 6pm, one of the co-author’s 10-year-old son would ask: “Mama, how many new cases today?”. For the last 27 days, the reply has been “none” (apart from two recently imported cases in quarantine).