[Bhekisisa] Every year, hundreds of thousands of children die gasping for air. This could help change that.
[Vanguard] The International Monetary Fund, IMF, said yesterday that Nigeria’s economy might not be so lucky despite the growth projections from various quarters.
[Nation] Kenya could lose half of its maize crop and face a massive food crisis following an invasion of the Fall armyworm.
[East African] Tanzania, Burundi and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees have agreed to start voluntary repatriation of Burundian refugees from Tanzania on April 5.
[Zambia Reports] The international data breach scandal involving UK company Cambridge Analytica has reached Zambia, as newly leaked documents appear to indicate that presidential contender Hakainde Hichilema and the United Party for National Development (UPND) may have hired the firm in the 2016 election.
[East African] The Kenya government’s second deportation of lawyer Miguna Miguna has put the judiciary and opposition leader, Raila Odinga in a spot.
[New Zimbabwe] The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on the Zimbabwean government to protect tobacco farmers and their families from abusive practices and child labour.
[VOA] As President Donald Trump’s third national security adviser, John Bolton will help shape America’s response to conflicts around the globe, including those in Africa. He’ll have the President’s ear and the autonomy to work outside the United Nations, an organization Bolton has often criticized.
[Monitor] The partner states for the East African Community have been asked to lobby their respective governments to ensure that their citizens wear African fabrics to work instead of suits.
On their way home IT WAS a crisis that ended as suddenly as it began.