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

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 convicted criminal by prolonging his pretrial detention without …

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 Ministry …

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 AFRICOM director …

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 remained steady at a half-million, with …

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 …