Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Medical Writing Institute click here

MJoTAtalks click here

Emerald Pademelon Press LLC click here

Peace Scientists click here

Dr Susanna loves the countries and the peoples of Africa

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Bookmark and Share
News feed from New York Times

Latest Top (5) News

Shell Spreads Its Bets Around as It Prepares for a Greener Future
Royal Dutch Shell’s acquisition of a small British energy firm shows how the world’s oil giants are navigating a shift away from their core products.

Tue, 15 May 2018 04:01:09 GMT

California Will Require Solar Power for New Homes
The state mandate, to take effect in 2020, is the first in the country and is expected to add $8,000 to $12,000 to the cost of a house.

Wed, 09 May 2018 13:31:00 GMT

Trump’s Solar Tariffs Cause a Scramble in the Industry
Some companies are moving manufacturing to the United States, even as petitions for exemptions continue. But the rate of installations has slowed.

Thu, 03 May 2018 09:00:08 GMT

Earth, Wind and Liars
On energy, Trump and company are trying to stop technological progress.

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 23:41:41 GMT

How the U.S.-China Trade Conflict Has Evolved
The United States wants American companies to have a level playing field with their Chinese counterparts. China wants to build its industries into sophisticated global competitors. Both countries have demonstrated a willingness to offer concessions — and escalate tensions — to get what they want.

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 17:09:55 GMT

Solar Energy

2015 0123: I have a solar powered keyboard!!!! Bit by bit, we will claim back the planet from the rising waters, before the water takes off into space. Climate change videos, to really get you worried
Below, solar panels over parking spaces at Richard Stockton College, New Jersey.
News feed from Solar Energy News

Latest Top (7) News
Global warming click here
African news feed from Voice of America

Latest Top (6) News

Deadly Tropical Cyclone Hits Horn of Africa
At least 22 people have been killed, and others are still missing after heavy rains from tropical cyclone hit the Horn of Africa. At least 15 were killed in Awdal region in the self-declared republic of Somaliland, according to regional governor Abdirahman Ahmed Ali, while another person was killed in the town of Berbera in Sahil region. Ali said the report is still preliminary and the death toll could rise as they try to reach remote areas of the region affected by the rains. Most...

Sun, 20 May 2018 10:55:59 -0400

Thousands Seek Refuge in DR Congo
The U.N. refugee agency reports an uptick in fighting in south-eastern Central African Republic has driven more than 7.000 people to abandon their homes and seek refuge in a remote area in DR Congo over the past week. The U.N. refugee agency describes the refugees as desperate, weary and in urgent need of assistance. UNHCR spokesman William Spindler says thousands of people, mainly women and children, have fled over difficult terrain to escape violence in Central African Republic. He...

Sun, 20 May 2018 09:45:43 -0400

1 New Death From Ebola in Congo, Bringing Total to 26
Congo's health ministry announced one new death from Ebola Sunday, bringing to 26 the number of deaths from the deadly outbreak in Equateur province in the country's northwest. Four new cases of the Ebola virus have been confirmed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, according to country's health ministry most recent statement. A total of 46 cases of the hemorrhagic fever have been reported in the current outbreak: 21 confirmed cases of Ebola, 21 probable and four...

Sun, 20 May 2018 07:15:10 -0400

Somali Fishermen Struggle to Compete with Foreign Vessels
Despite having some of the richest waters in Africa, Somalia's fishing industry faces many challenges. Reporting for VOA in the port city of Bossaso, Jason Patinkin takes us to meet fishermen struggling to make ends meet, and a group of women who hope a new U.N. program to support fish markets will improve their livelihoods.

Sun, 20 May 2018 05:31:00 -0400

Somali Fishermen Struggle to Compete with Foreign Vessels
Each morning, fishermen in the northern Somali port city of Bosaso pull in their catch of tuna, marlin, and more. The waters off northern Somalia are some of the richest in Africa. As businessmen and women on the beach haggle over the shining piles of fresh fish, the daily catch looks like a rich haul. But all is not well here for local fishermen. Many of them complain about larger, foreign boats that enter Somali waters, outfishing the locals. WATCH: Somali Fishermen Struggle to...

Sun, 20 May 2018 05:30:23 -0400

Uncertainty Strains Ethiopian Refugees in a Kenya Camp
Two months ago, Kote Adi fled Moyale, Ethiopia, after government soldiers there opened fire on civilians, killing at least nine. Kote and his pregnant wife found shelter in a tent in northeastern Kenya’s Dambala Fachana refugee camp, but weeks of heavy rain have displaced them again. “Our plastic shelters were flooded with water,” said Kote Adi, who is settling into a new tent site on higher ground. Hardship and uncertainty haunt him and thousands of others who’ve left Moyale, a...

Sun, 20 May 2018 05:30:06 -0400