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[Monitor] Kampala -The Ministry of Heath yesterday said the government needs at least 779 health specialists in all regional referral hospitals across the country for quality health service delivery.

[Ghana Presidency] The Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mamahudu Bawumia, on Wednesday, 24th April 2019 launched the first ever medical drone delivery service in Ghana, and the largest such drone delivery network in the world, at Omenako, near Suhum, in the Eastern Region.

[263Chat] Manicaland province has recorded an upsurge in Malaria cases this year largely due to the Cyclone Idai which left behind an increased number of pools with stagnant water- a conducive breeding environment for mosquito.

[Namibian] Ma/gaisa king Phura Duwe has died.

[Namibian] Namibians will join the rest of the world in celebrating International Jazz Day on 25 and 26 April.

[The Herald] The heavens seem to be smiling on rising afro-fusion artiste Ashton "Mbeu" Nyahora and his band the Mhodzi Tribe as they travel to South Africa for yet another regional show.

[New Era] Windhoek -Southern Business School of Namibia recently celebrated the success of their Diplomandi and Graduandi when they were conferred with their qualifications on April 05, 2019. With so many graduates, there were several days set aside so the students and their loved ones were truly able to enjoy their moment in the sun. A total of 548 students of different programmes and degrees were honoured and rewarded as a result of their hard work. This shows a steady increase in the number of students graduating each year

[Nation] Police have assured safety of the 91,000 teachers being trained on the new curriculum, following several attacks by some union leaders.

[Monitor] ALEBTONG/KOLE- At least 5,000 pupils in Alebtong District are studying under trees after a hailstorm destroyed their classrooms last week.

[Monitor] Victoria University has offered scholarship to all the 25 Miss Curvy contestants ahead of the grand finale tomorrow (Friday April 26, 2019).

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[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -A move by government to exempt the supply of aircraft insurance amid efforts to revive the National Airline has upset Members of Parliament.

One of the most famous books in literary history is 300 years old. Daniel Defoe's "Robinson Crusoe" may no longer be required reading, but the story continues to inspire filmmakers to this very day.

Following Rammstein's incendiary "Deutschland" video, the band is back with another single — and more ingenious promotion — as the song "Radio" is screened for the first time on a Berlin building.

[RFI] Cover of the first novel from Nnamdi Ehirin, published in English in April 2019 Counterpoint Press

[Nairobi News] Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris on Monday night engaged Kibra men in a candid discussion on violence against women at a popular bar in the area.

[Kubatana.net] Women's Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE), notes with concern the retrogressive statements uttered by Norton Constituency Member of Parliament (Independent), Hon. Temba Mliswa to the effect that women MPs under proportional representation (PR) come to Parliament "to sit and do nothing."

[RFI] Six women, the Throttle Queens, are traveling across East Africa on motorbikes to raise awareness of road safety issues in the region.


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