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Monday, January 29th, 2018

 

Bleeding eyes fever pandemic WARNING

Bleeding eyes fever pandemic WARNING: Outbreak could infect DOCTORS and become next Ebola. THE lethal “bleeding eyes” disease sweeping Uganda could infect doctors and spread across the African continent in a chilling echo of the Ebola crisis, a leading disease expert has warned. An outbreak of two strains of deadly viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) has been confirmed by the Ugandan authorities and the World Health Organisation (WHO). Four cases of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) and five cases of Rift Valley Fever (RVF), four of whom died, have been confirmed since August 2017,Read More


Israel will pay civilians USD $9,000 to capture African migrants

QUARTZ AFRICA – Israel is hiring civilian “immigration inspectors” to crack down on “illegal aliens and their employers,” marking a turning point in the Middle Eastern nation’s relationship with migrants and refugees. In an advertisement this month, the Population and Immigration Authority said it would pay up to 30,000 Israeli shekels ($8,845) for civilians to carry out an “enterprise of national importance.” That included undertaking “enforcement tasks” against migrants that involved detecting, investigating, and arresting them. Candidates are expected to start in March 2018, a month before the country starts its designatedRead More


Why China is Uganda’s new colonial master

  CHANGE OF GUARDS – The parliamentary committee on statutory authorities and state enterprises chaired by opposition’s Abdu Katuntu is probing five Chines companies’ construction companies over misappropriation of public funds.  This probe is a follow up of the Auditor General’s report that unearthed that out of 47.7b shillings that was given to the five construction companies two years ago for compensating people who had been displaces by the different construction projects, only 15b shillings was paid out while the 31b shillings could no be accounted for.  It has beenRead More


Addis-Abeba, le siège de l’Union africaine espionné par Pékin – Being hacks AU

Il y a un an, les informaticiens du bâtiment, construit en 2012 par les Chinois, ont découvert que l’intégralité du contenu de ses serveurs était transférée à Shanghaï. LE MONDE – Par Joan Tilouine (Addis-Abeba, envoyé spécial) et Ghalia Kadiri (Addis-Abeba, envoyée spéciale) Au siège de l’Union africaine (UA), à Addis-Abeba, des ascenseurs parlent encore le mandarin et les troncs des palmiers en plastique sont griffés China Development Bank. De nouveaux bâtiments en construction par des sociétés de Pékin ou Hongkong ceinturent la tour de verre moderne offerte en 2012 par la Chine à l’Afrique. C’est là que doit se dérouler,Read More