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   18/09/2018 
[Daily Maverick] The authority that licensed the lion trophy hunt which became the focus of a parliamentary inquiry last week has been at pains to assure everyone it was not the pride male named (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] A Bulawayo magistrate on Monday freed commuter omnibus driver David Ndlovu who had been arrested for insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[News24Wire] Commuters at the Uitenhage taxi rank and bus terminus, as well as nearby shopkeepers, are calling on the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality to urgently reopen the men's public (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] About 21 percent of cholera victims in Harare are children below the age of five, local government minister July Moyo has revealed.
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] The government has banned "all types of vending be banned with immediate effect", cabinet ministers revealed Monday as the country battles a cholera epidemic that has claimed 30 (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[Nigeria Health Watch] Beep... beep. Beep... beep... beep! Multiple text and WhatsApp notifications all from the same unfamiliar source.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[Daily Maverick] Khoi-San community members hold up signage during a march through Braamfontein on April 27, 2015 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Gallo Images / Foto24 / Felix (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] After six years of self-exile, Zimbabwean tycoon Frank Buyanga is itching to make up for lost time. He has returned to Zimbabwe following the overthrow of former President Robert (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[Premium Times] The Adamawa Chapter of the Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN) has said that with over 5,000 of its members affected by flood, food security in the state was under (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[This Day] Abuja -The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has declared a state of emergency in Nigeria's Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector. The UNICEF's Chief WASH specialist, Zaid (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[Vanguard] As Nigeria is battling one of the largest outbreaks of cholera it has ever witnessed, findings have revealed that 69 million Nigerians or 1 in 3 (35.0 percent) of the population has no (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Government has availed $6,7 million for urgent health related needs and City of Harare's infrastructural requirements as it intensifies efforts to curb the cholera outbreak in Harare (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Founder and executive chairman of Econet Group Mr Strive Masiyiwa has taken a swipe at some suppliers of hygiene products like gloves for taking advantage of the cholera outbreak to (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Major entertainment events scheduled for the coming weeks may have to be postponed or cancelled as the cholera outbreak which has already claimed 30 lives rages (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Government has launched an appeal for $57 million to contain the cholera outbreak, which has so far claimed 30 lives and left 5 000 people seeking (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Gweru City Council is on high cholera alert and has implemented a raft of measures including burying refuse and attending to water bursts as soon as the report is (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
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   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] A Bulawayo magistrate on Monday freed commuter omnibus driver David Ndlovu who had been arrested for insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[Nigeria Health Watch] Beep... beep. Beep... beep... beep! Multiple text and WhatsApp notifications all from the same unfamiliar source.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[Daily Maverick] Khoi-San community members hold up signage during a march through Braamfontein on April 27, 2015 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Gallo Images / Foto24 / Felix (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] After six years of self-exile, Zimbabwean tycoon Frank Buyanga is itching to make up for lost time. He has returned to Zimbabwe following the overthrow of former President Robert (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[Daily Trust] The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) is to partner with the UN and African Union (AU) to facilitate the implementation of all human rights instruments that Nigeria is party (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[allAfrica] After having the honor of serving my country as a diplomat for more than 30 years -- 22 of them in eight different African countries -- this week I have the opportunity for the first (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[UN News] The plight of South Sudan's women and girls "should no longer be ignored", UN investigators told the UN Human Rights Council on Monday, citing the disturbing testimonies of sexual abuse (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   18/09/2018 
[Monitor] Nakasongola -Leaders in Nakasongola District are worried about the number of teenage girls joining commercial sex business in Migeera Town Council, saying it is complicating their (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[Dalsan Radio] Save the Children calls upon the government of Somalia, civil society and other community actors to take immediate action to scale up efforts to protect children, particularly (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[ENOUGH] Today, the U.N. Security Council held its first-ever session on the critical connection between corruption and conflict.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[CAJ News] Kinshasa -THE autocratic Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government is under pressure to release five youths arrested and charged for mobilising church-led protests against (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[UN News] Confidence and consensus around key issues are still required ahead of this year's presidential and legislative elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the Security (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[CAJ News] Bujumbura -BURUNDIAN security forces and youth aligned to the ruling party have allegedly killed more than 200 people in the past five months.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[Monitor] Burundi's ambassador in Geneva struggled to explain to the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday why his government had thrown out a UN team that the Council, with Burundi's backing, had (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[CAJ News] Bujumbura -BURUNDI'S government is accused of summary executions, unlawful arrests, torture and sexual violations, among other crimes against humanity over the past (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   17/09/2018 
[CPJ] Police on August 27 allegedly attacked three journalists with the privately owned station Radio Culture and prevented them from reporting on a land dispute in Ngagara, a neighborhood in the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
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   18/09/2018 
[Daily Maverick] The authority that licensed the lion trophy hunt which became the focus of a parliamentary inquiry last week has been at pains to assure everyone it was not the pride male named (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[News24Wire] Commuters at the Uitenhage taxi rank and bus terminus, as well as nearby shopkeepers, are calling on the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality to urgently reopen the men's public (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] About 21 percent of cholera victims in Harare are children below the age of five, local government minister July Moyo has revealed.
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[New Zimbabwe] The government has banned "all types of vending be banned with immediate effect", cabinet ministers revealed Monday as the country battles a cholera epidemic that has claimed 30 (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[Premium Times] The Adamawa Chapter of the Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN) has said that with over 5,000 of its members affected by flood, food security in the state was under (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[This Day] Abuja -The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has declared a state of emergency in Nigeria's Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector. The UNICEF's Chief WASH specialist, Zaid (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[Vanguard] As Nigeria is battling one of the largest outbreaks of cholera it has ever witnessed, findings have revealed that 69 million Nigerians or 1 in 3 (35.0 percent) of the population has no (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Government has availed $6,7 million for urgent health related needs and City of Harare's infrastructural requirements as it intensifies efforts to curb the cholera outbreak in Harare (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Founder and executive chairman of Econet Group Mr Strive Masiyiwa has taken a swipe at some suppliers of hygiene products like gloves for taking advantage of the cholera outbreak to (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Major entertainment events scheduled for the coming weeks may have to be postponed or cancelled as the cholera outbreak which has already claimed 30 lives rages (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Government has launched an appeal for $57 million to contain the cholera outbreak, which has so far claimed 30 lives and left 5 000 people seeking (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Gweru City Council is on high cholera alert and has implemented a raft of measures including burying refuse and attending to water bursts as soon as the report is (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[The Herald] Government will not allow vending at undesignated areas and sites without toilets and other requisite infrastructure as this is contributing to the spread of diseases such as (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[This Day] The Director General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mustapha Maihaja, has declared the flooding in four states as national (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[Vanguard] A new national Survey has shown that about 130 million Nigerians live without access to improved sanitation even as it revealed that Nigeria loses N455 billion (US$ 1.3 billion) (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   18/09/2018 
[Premium Times] Over 100 people have died in floods in several Nigerian states following heavy rains that caused the Rivers Niger and Benue to overflow, the National Emergency Management Agency (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
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