2012-03-16 08:53:38As the Dust Settles On the Limpopo River[IPS]
Chapita Ramovha remembers the days when the Limpopo River lapped at the foot of his village in south Zimbabwe. He says that back then residents of Makakavhule village had to build high walls to protect their homes from flooding. "The Limpopo River was a marvel to watch, a beauty of nature, a source of food and income for us who lived along it," the subsistence farmer recalls.
Monday, 09-22-14, 12:00Stop Laying Hands On People to Cure Ebola, Clergy Pleads[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -Rev. Father Ambrose Koromah of the St. Kizito Catholic Church parish has warned the religious leaders in Liberia against holding deliverance services at their various prayer centers with the intentions of curing people affected with Ebola. Father Kromah said continued attempts to heal people affected by Ebola by prayer services puts God to test and tantamount to destroying the much-needed united effort required in the fight against the Ebola Virus.
Monday, 09-22-14, 11:59Ebola Diaspora Force Head Slams 'Uncoordinated Response'[FrontPageAfrica]Washington -Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan, Director of the Secretariat of the Diaspora Liberian Emergency Response Task Force on the Ebola Crisis has alarmed that most hospitals in the Liberia continue to lack medical supplies and the country as a whole does not have a logical promised material to clinics and warned miscommunication amongst government of Liberia spokespersons has led to wrong decisions by government that grossly contradict public health disease control and prevention measures.
Monday, 09-22-14, 11:55Kuugongelwa Wins Navachab Half Marathon[Namibian]Namibian Defence Force (NDF) long-distance runner Uveni-Nawa Kuugongelwa overcame a challenge from his colleague Simon Shipingana to win the Navachab half marathon at Karibib on Saturday.