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African countries lacking decent toilets: Ethiopia bags top spot


Ethiopia is the worst African country when it comes to lowest access to decent household toilets, a report by the charity WaterAid on the state of the world’s toilet 2018 has noted.

The report released on November 19 – the World Toilet Day – indicated that as at 2015 over 45 million children under 17 were without a decent household toilet. That translated to 93% of the population without at least basic sanitation at home.

“Ethiopia is Africa’s second largest country in terms of population. Drought and famine, combined with a border war with Eritrea, have held back development. The new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, has promised peace and order.

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Good jobs, economic growth top priorities of African citizens; gov't performance lags in this areas …



New Afrobarometer findings from across the continent indicate that good jobs and economic growth top the list of priorities of African citizens, but …
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Breaking news: South Africa’s top restaurant for 2018 named


Breaking news: South Africa’s top restaurant for 2018 named

Food24 Content Producer Katy Rose attended the event and brings us all the results, directly from the audience.


by: Katy Rose | 18 Nov 2018

 

(Title image by Seth Shezi. Original images by Katy Rose)

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This evening, at a glittering red carpet event, celebrity chefs, restaurateurs and media gathered for the 20th annual Eat Out Awards, the highlight of the South African restaurant industry.

The Awards ceremony represents a whole year of top-secret visits to restaurants, where anonymous judges evaluate the very best restaurants in…

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First African-American top network executive exiting ABC


ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey, who created a deep bench of ethnic diversity in the network’s shows and fired Roseanne Barr for a racist tweet, will be stepping down.

Her decision announced Friday comes amid ABC corporate parent Walt Disney Co.’s pending acquisition of 21st Century Fox and the planned reorganization of Disney’s television units.

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Aruba cruise ship ‘murder’ probe after woman ‘choked and thrown from top deck’


Police in Aruba are investigating the death of a woman who was reportedly choked and thrown from the top deck of a Caribbean cruise ship.

The 52-year-old is thought to have crashed onto a life boat and severed her leg in the horrific incident on board the Royal Princess.

The woman’s partner, described as a ‘muscular American’ man was escorted from the ship by police on Tuesday.

The couple were aboard the cruise liner, which had left from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on November 9, bound for Aruba.

According to reports in Aruba, a man was seen choking the victim before she was thrown from the 16th deck of the vessel.

Horrified passengers described the “gruesome” scene “with glass everywhere” when the woman hit the lifeboat below.

The woman’s partner was removed from the ship after…

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Top 10 Diversity Recruiting Web Sites For African Americans (and Other Minority Job Seekers!)



Nationwide — There are many online tools that help African Americans, Latinos, and Asians find competitive jobs. These same online tools also help …
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