September 19



September 18

  • Somalia: Flood of Foreign Workers Leave Young Somalis Out of Work

    VOA

    Romans Onyango is the site engineer at one of Mogadishu's luxury apartment buildings under construction. While there are no official numbers, the Kenyan national is one of the many... Read more »

  • Mozambique: Brickmakers Demand More Compensation From Vale

    AIM

    A group of brickmakers have again erected barricades at the entrance to the open cast coal mine operated by the Brazilian company Vale in Moatize, in the western Mozambican... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NNPC Workers' Strike May Affect Oil Exports

    This Day

    The strike embarked upon Tuesday by workers of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) over unresolved pension issues and problems with the refineries may affect crude... Read more »

  • Mozambique: Quelimane Cleaning Workers Go On Strike

    AIM

    Municipal cleaning staff went on strike on Wednesday in the central city of Quelimane, claiming that the municipality owes them their New Year's Bonus for the last three years. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Mt Kili Guides Threaten Strike Over Underpayment

    Daily News

    MOUNT Kilimanjaro tour guides, through their association, Kilimanjaro Guides Association (KGA), have threatened to strike if grievances about their welfare are not addressed within... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Undermining South Sudanese Expertise's Is Ironical! [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    The recent order from the Ministry of Labor and Public Service in the Republic of South Sudan that was issued on 16th of September 2014 is absolute enough, appropriate and... Read more »

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