[IPS] New York -On February 26 this year, 15 South Sudanese children were released from armed groups and handed over to civilian child protection actors, including UNICEF and UNMISS, UN’s peacekeeping operation in South Sudan, who were able to facilitate the children’s safe return to their families.
[Namibian] Fishcor’s board chairperson, Bennett Kangumu, said the national fishing company’s directors should not be held accountable for the multibillion-dollar corruption and money-laundering scandal.
[New Zimbabwe] The MDC Alliance-led by Nelson Chamisa has declared war against President Emmerson Mnangagwa accusing the national leader of having a hand in the shock recall from parliament, of four party MPs by Douglas Mwonzora.
[New Era] US Ambassador Lisa A. Johnson announced last Friday that the government of the United States of America is providing N$100 million to help Namibia fight the Covid-19 pandemic that has brought to a halt the country’s economic and social activities as it has done globally.
[Premium Times] The United Nations report has shown that there are 1.9 million people displaced currently from their homes in North-East, Nigeria.
[Premium Times] The federal government says it is considering adjusting further, the benchmark crude oil price in the 2020 budget down to $20 per barrel.
[Africa Check] What looks like a front page of the Southern Times newspaper is circulating on Facebook and WhatsApp in Kenya. The headline reads: “Avoid Kenyans at all costs.”
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[Namibian] THE mass testing for Covid-19 is being hindered by the limited availability to reagents.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Deputy President William Ruto has accused a section of individuals in the Jubilee Party of scheming a plot to remove senior officials from the party.