South Sudan, facing humanitarian crisis, waives some fees for aid groups | Top News

JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan has temporarily abandoned some of the fees it charges foreign and local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in a bid to encourage groups to help with a humanitarian crisis, a senior government official said. The government and … Continue reading South Sudan, facing humanitarian crisis, waives some fees for aid groups | Top News

Prominent member of halted Egyptian opposition campaign attacked and injured | Top News

CAIRO (Reuters) – A leading member of an opposition campaign which was until this week challenging Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in upcoming elections was attacked outside his home on Saturday in what his lawyer described as a failed kidnap … Continue reading Prominent member of halted Egyptian opposition campaign attacked and injured | Top News

South Africa’s drought-striken southwest to continue experiencing higher temperatures | Top News

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s drought-stricken southwest, where the city of Cape Town is located, is expected to continue experiencing higher average temperatures, the weather service said on Friday. Water levels at dams that supply Cape Town fell further this … Continue reading South Africa’s drought-striken southwest to continue experiencing higher temperatures | Top News