April 23, 2017

eNCA – Africa News

eNCA – Africa News

– Latest news updates from around Africa

eNCA is South Africa’s most trusted independent TV and online news brand. It launched on June 1st, 2008 to become the country’s first 24-hour television news service.

eNCA | Chemos says Sumgong doping case is shameful for Kenya

Sumgong, who became the first Kenyan woman to win an Olympic marathon title when she triumphed in Rio last year, after also winning the London Marathon, tested positive for EPO.

eNCA | Nigeria cracks down on illicit oil refineries

Last year, militant attacks cut oil production to 1.4 million barrels per day in August, triggering Nigeria's worst economic slump in 25 years.

eNCA | Africa's anti-malaria efforts face a new hurdle, drug and insecticide resistance

The resistance of malaria parasites to antimalarial drugs and insecticides is a growing global public health concern.

eNCA | Uganda charges 13 over murder of top policeman

Assistant Inspector General of Police Andrew Kaweesi, one of the country's most high-profile officers, was killed on March 17 along with two other officers.

eNCA | Morocco says Algeria expelled 55 migrants across border

The migrants were sent across the frontier near the desert town of Figuig, Morocco's interior ministry said in a statement Friday.

eNCA | Tunisia beach massacre case set for April 28: court

'The trial on the attack at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel will begin on April 28,' court spokesman Sofiene Sliti told AFP.

eNCA | Kenya to amend law to protect human trafficking victims

More than 20,000 people are trafficked through Kenya each year from neighbouring countries the International Organization for Migration says.

eNCA | Trump secures Egyptian-American freed from Egyptian detention

She was released from jail on Tuesday after nearly three years of detention on human trafficking charges. Aides said Trump had personally requested her release.

eNCA | Armyworm damages 17 percent of maize crop: Rwanda

The pest is native to the Americas but has spread to African countries including Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique and Uganda.

eNCA | One million displaced in DR Congo's Kasai

The United Nations accuses the Nsapu rebellion of using child soldiers and committing several atrocities.

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