Heavy flooding hammers vulnerable communities in Somalia East Africa 

Heavy flooding hammers vulnerable communities in Somalia

(AGV): According to Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). Over 427,000 people have been affected by heavy flooding across Somalia in April. “Our staff on the ground have seen the elderly, women and children struggling to survive while their flimsy shelters are knee-high full of stagnant water. And worst is likely yet to come. Countless displaced communities are sheltering in flood-prone areas. With limited access to proper toilets and clean water, it’s a ticking time bomb for disease outbreaks like cholera and malaria,” warned Victor Moses, Somalia Country Director for Norwegian Refugee…

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Energy in africa Business Development 

Orange aims to become a key player in energy transition in Africa and extends its services to five new countries

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, March 27, 2018/ — At the Africa CEO Forum, which is currently being held in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire), Orange (www.Orange.com) confirms its desire to become a key player in the energy transition sector in Africa, by providing services directly to the general public or as a wholesaler to public operators. Orange already provides a service offering rural populations access to solar energy in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Madagascar. Today Orange is announcing the launch of this service in Burkina Faso, and further ahead in…

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Mnangagwa OP-ED Zimbabwe 

Zimbabwe army commanders souring on Mnangagwa

AGV- Tensions are said to be “intensifying” between Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the “military clique that helped his rise to power”. According to The papers, senior government sources indicated last week that military elements within the ruling Zanu-PF had “serious political ambitions”. It was believed that they wanted Mnangagwa to serve one term – if he won the upcoming elections – before handing over to his deputy Constantino Chiwenga. Mnangagwa appointed Chiwenga, who led the military takeover that helped end ex-president Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule, as one of the…

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Joshua Leaders Nigeria 

President Mnangagwa snubs prophet TB Joshua

By Muza Mpofu Popular Nigerian preacher Temitope Balogun Joshua (TB Joshua) left Harare on Friday night after failing to meet President Emmerson Mnangagwa under unclear circumstances. The government said the Nigerian had no scheduled meeting with Mnangagwa amid reports that the organisers bungled. Vice-President Kembo Mohadi and Scholarships minister Christopher Mushohwe met TB Joshua, who was said to be eager to meet Mnangagwa. Please follow and like us:

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Victor Peace Fashion Lifestyle 

A Festival of African Creativity Launched by Absolut

In 2017, Khuli Chana released a song called ‘One Source’. The track featured KayGizm, Sarkodie from Ghana, and Victoria Kimani of Kenya. This powerful song is all about Africa taking a stand, uniting in what it does, owning who they are, and being revolutionary. After its release in October last year, it became the best-selling record on iTunes. Now Chana is collaborating with Absolut Vodka in creating One Source Live. This festival is a celebration of African creativity in all forms. It will take place on March 24, 2018, on…

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Swaziland Traditions Lifestyle Tourism 

Why Swaziland should be top of your list for 2018 travels

SWAZILAND’S 50/50 One of Africa’s last remaining monarchs King Mswati III of Swaziland will be holding lavish celebrations in 2018 to mark his 50th birthday and to celebrate Swaziland’s 50 years of independence. Already passionate about its own way of life, traditions and people, 2018 promises to be a year full of celebration for this tiny kingdom. SWAZILAND FOR THE ADVENTURE SEEKERS Despite being the smallest country in southern Africa, the Kingdom of Swaziland is an explorer’s playground with a remarkable variety of new activities to enjoy. From white water…

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Shia Insurrection In Saudi Arabia Middle East Middle East Opinions 

Shia Insurrection In Saudi Arabia; The Battle For Awamiya

By Thomas C. Mountain Since May, 2017 an ongoing insurgency has been raging in the Shia heartland town of Awamiya in eastern Saudi Arabia and its only thanks to the BBC being allowed to enter the area and film the destruction that the world can see how the House of Saud’s war against the Shia population of Yemeni has now expanded to include the Shia population of eastern Saudi Arabia. The BBC World report shown on Wednesday, August 16, seemed to have come from Syria, with al-Zara, the ancient Shia capital…

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American Assassin Review Entertainment Movies 

Movies to expect in November

Movies are released every week. We give you a heads up on what to expect in theatres. We took a look at the fresh movies to give you all the information you need to know. Below are two movies you should watch out for. Brad’s Status The Amazon Studios movie was released on September 15, 2017, in limited theatres. The big release in the US nationwide is on September 22, 2017.  Brad’s Status is a comedy movie starring Ben Stiller, Austin Abrams, Jenna Fischer, Luke Wilson, and Michael Sheen. It…

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: Minister Abas Abdullahi Sheikh OP-ED 

The Best Way to Restore Peace and Stability in Somalia

By Dr. David Leffler Despite any disagreements about the means to create it, most Somalians want to restore peace and stability. Here is the best, most simple and quickest way to achieve it. During these dangerous times of high tensions in Somalia, terrorism could quickly end if Somalia’s military were trained to form what is known in Latin American military circles as a Prevention Wing of the Military. This military unit would be comprised of Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) experts. The purpose of this IDT group would be to practice…

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AL Shabaab East Africa OP-ED 

New Approach for Somali Security Forces to Prevent Terrorism

By Dr. David Leffler During these dangerous times of high tensions in Somalia, terrorism could quickly end if Somali security forces were trained to form what is known in Latin American military circles as Prevention Wings of the Military. These units would be comprised of Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) experts. The purpose of these IDT groups would be to practice the non-religious Transcendental Meditation (TM) and the advanced TM-Sidhi program in group twice a day. Please follow and like us:

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