2012-04-12 09:44:46Tsunami Alert Fear Grips Dar es Salaam[Daily News]
RESIDENTS in Dar es Salaam and other areas along the country's Indian Ocean coastline went on alert yesterday after a powerful 8.6 magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's coast on Wednesday.
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 11:55Rationalisation Required As Follow-Up to Historic Nile Talks[Addis Fortune]A new trend seems to have begun between the leaders of the two long overdue rival countries - Ethiopia and Egypt. For the teacher-turned-diplomat-turned-head of state, Hailemariam Desalegn, of Ethiopia, and for the military general-turned-chief executive of the Egyptian government, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, meeting as a sideline to international events has become the new mechanism to stir the talks over the shared treasures of the Nile. Ever since el-Sisi came to power, in Egypt's third attempt to form a stabl
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 11:39Steely 'King Kimetto' Eyes Decade On Top[Capital FM]Berlin -In the wake of his marathon world record* at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race in Berlin on Sunday, Dennis Kimetto had some bad news for his rivals.
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 11:22U.S. Health Team Trains Liberia Airport Staff on Ebola Screening[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -The Centers for Disease Control team in Liberia has completed a training session on measures to combat Ebola with staffers of the Roberts International Airport (RIA) where certificates were presented to eleven staff members of the airport.
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 11:04Unhappy Mine Workers Threaten Not to Vote[New Era]Tsumeb -A group of Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb (DPMT) and other community workers staged a strike last Thursday against the Canadian owned mining company.