[allAfrica] Cape Town -What have Jesus, Satan, steam, onions, artemisia plants, pawpaws, goats and sheep got to do with fighting the coronavirus in Tanzania?
[Africa Check] Claim: Inhaling steam over 100°C will “disintegrate” the coronavirus, because it is “fat”.
[Namibian] THE N$8,1 billion Covid-19 economic stimulus package has put government in a very tight financial position.
[Nyasa Times] Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it has now paid outstanding salaries for the 7,167 teachers who were removed from the payroll in November last year, following their failure to submit details of their national IDs as was requested by government.
[allAfrica] Everyone around the world shares the same right to a healthy environment. Indeed, during the United Nations General Assembly and the Climate Action Summit, leaders from governments and civil society, most notably youth leaders, reminded the world that the founding UN principle of justice applies to climate as much as any other issue facing humanity
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -A rush of innovation aimed at helping the smallholder farmers has seen the development of phone-based agricultural advice tools.
[Premium Times] A convicted internet fraudster, Hope Olusegun Aroke, who is serving a 24-year jail term at the Kirikiri Maximum Prison in Lagos is again, the subject of an investigation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for being the alleged mastermind of a mega scam to the tune of over $1,000,000.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Rome -At $2.84 per head per day, the ‘ideal diet’ would be beyond reach for nearly 1.6 billion people, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, researchers say
[Namibian] Farmers in some communities in the northern parts of the country are feeding their livestock with cardboard boxes and crushed branches from trees due to depleted grazing.
[263Chat] Dozens of doctors this morning staged a protest at Harare Hospital over the disappearance of Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) president, Peter Mugombeyi saying they no longer feel safe to work as the alleged abduction of their leader continues to haunt them.