Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, says it will limit running water to just two days a week due to a drier-than-normal rainy season. As Columbus Mavhunga in Harare reports, the development is raising fears that diseases like cholera and typhoid will break out.
Friday is International Women's Day with the theme, Balance for Better, a call for action to create a more gender-balanced world. But people living with Albinism, especially women, have a long road ahead in their struggle to find work. Halima Athumani, reports from Kampala.
“Lost Boys of Sudan" was the name given to a group of more than 20,000 ethnic Dinka and Nuer children who were displaced and orphaned during the 1987-2005 Second Sudanese Civil War. John Deng fled with them in 1987 and has been living in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp ever since. He became a teacher to primary school-age refugees to help new arrivals displaced like he was by conflict.