Daily Archives: April 5, 2019

NetDragon signe un protocole d’entente sur l’enseignement numérique avec Global Rus Trade, de Russie, lors de la réunion de mi-parcours du conseil d’entreprise des BRICS

JOHANNESBURG, 5 avril 2019 /PRNewswire/ — NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited (HKSE : 0777) (NetDragon), chef de file mondial dans la création de communautés Internet, a signé un protocole d’entente sur l’enseignement numérique avec la principale plateforme B2B russe de commerce électronique transfrontalier, Global Rus Trade, lors de la réunion de mi-parcours du conseil d’entreprise des BRICS, qui s’est tenue […]

Mozambique: Detained journalist must be released or charged with a recognizable offence

As Mozambican journalist and Prisoner of Conscience, Amade Abubacar, marks 90-days in pretrial detention, Amnesty International’s Regional Director for Southern Africa, Deprose Muchena said: Mozambican authorities are treating Amade Abubacar like a c…

900,000 Cholera Vaccine Doses Arrive In Idai-Hit Mozambique: UN

UNITED NATIONS, Nearly 900,000 doses of cholera vaccine has arrived in Mozambique, a country already hit with more than 1,000 cases of the deadly diarrheal disease in the wake of Cyclone Idai, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said. Mozambique’s Minist…

US Acknowledges 2 Civilians Killed in 2018 Somalia Airstrike

PENTAGON U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) says new information reveals a woman and child were killed last year in a U.S. airstrike in Somalia, the first civilian casualties acknowledged in the U.S. military’s war against Islamist militants there.The AFRIC…

Cameroon Officials, NGOs Offer Starkly Different IDP Figures

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON Cameroon officials say the number of people displaced by the separatist war in the English-speaking regions has plummeted, indicating the government is winning the conflict. However, nongovernmental organizations say the number has re…

South Africa’s Xenophobic Violence Doesn’t Deter Desperate Migrants

JOHANNESBURG Three Mkhalipi brothers describe every day of their lives in South Africa as a struggle. But even in the midst of a recent swell in xenophobic violence, these Malawian nationals say they’d rather face danger here than hunger at home.Last m…