Daily Archives: March 28, 2020

Quarantine Challenges Leave Sudan Vulnerable Amid COVID Spread

KHARTOUM – Sudan has seen a small handful of coronavirus cases so far, and only one death. But health authorities are concerned because large numbers of people have either escaped quarantine or

African Artists Raise Coronavirus Awareness Through Song

Music is often called the universal language. African artists are finding that, when trying to spread lifesaving information about the coronavirus pandemic, it helps to have a catchy beat.   Across the

African Students Stuck in China: ‘Our Pleas Are Falling on Deaf Ears’

WASHINGTON – Michael Girma wants to go home. The 25-year-old student misses his sister and brother. He misses his mother, and his friends 5,000 miles away. Since late January, Girma has been

Media Invitation: Police Ministry and SAPS Managment to visit operations in Cape Town

Minister of Police, General Bheki Cele, the Deputy Minister of Police, Mr Cassel Mathale, National Commissioner, General Sitole and SAPS Management will visit police operations in Cape Town to determine adherence to

Port Alfred SAPS seeking assistance in locating missing man

PORT ALFRED – James Mills a former resident of Port Alfred has been missing since Tuesday, 24 March 2020. He was last seen in walking on the streets of Port Alfred on

COVID-19 Likely to Exact a Heavy Toll Among the Malnourished, Sick, and Poor in Africa

The Continent’s Relatively Young Population Is Likely to Be a Mitigating Factor, but Constrained Health Systems and a High Incidence of Malnutrition and Such Conditions as HIV and Tuberculosis Will Magnify the

COVID-19 Likely to Exact a Heavy Toll Among the Malnourished, Sick, and Poor in Africa

The Continent’s Relatively Young Population Is Likely to Be a Mitigating Factor, but Constrained Health Systems and a High Incidence of Malnutrition and Such Conditions as HIV and Tuberculosis Will Magnify the