–eXp Realty’s Innovative Business Model Allows Local Real Estate Agents to Invest In Their Futures– BELLINGHAM, Wash., Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — eXp World Holdings (Nasdaq: EXPI), the holding company for eXp Realty, one of the fastest-growing residential and commercial real estate companies, today announced the expansion of its brokerage model into South Africa […]"eXp World Holdings Expands its Residential Real Estate Network to South Africa"
Racial Equity 2030 seeks to scale transformative ideas that will improve the lives of children, families and communities across the globe. BATTLE CREEK, Michigan, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced the launch of Racial Equity 2030, a call for bold solutions to drive an equitable future for children, families and communities […]"New $90 Million Global Challenge to Fund Bold Solutions to Address Systemic Inequities"
JOHANNESBURG – In recent months, unpredictable, intense floods have washed across parts of Rwanda, Kenya, Somalia, Burundi, Ethiopia, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti and Tanzania, ruining homes and livelihoods as people and governments try to battle a global pandemic. As the world battles a pandemic, large swaths of the African continent have been —literally — submerged by floods. Since March, this crisis has left more than 400 people dead in East Africa. A separate…"Widespread Floods Devastate Large Sections of East Africa"
BOR, SOUTH SUDAN – A judge in South Sudan’s Jonglei state has sentenced two men to death for stealing two cows and killing the man who owned the animals. Officials say they hope the judge’s sentence will deter other cattle raiders in Jonglei, where cattle raiding and child abductions are rampant. High court judge John Yiel Aleu sentenced 30-year-old Kuorwel Majok Mayom and 25-year-old Chol Manyiel Jool to death by hanging on Tuesday in the…"South Sudan Cattle Raiders Sentenced to Death by Hanging"
NAIROBI, 13th October 2020, (PSCU)—President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence and encouragement to Lands Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney and family following the death of her father Mzee Edward Kiprotich Karoney. Mzee Karoney, 74, passed away Tuesday afternoon at Kapsabet Referral Hospital in Nandi County following a traffic accident along Kapsabet-Eldoret Road. In his message of comfort, the President mourned Mzee Karoney as a respected elder, a successful farmer and a strong champion…"President Kenyatta Mourns Mzee Edward Kiprotich Karoney"
The ravaging effects of climate change, exacerbated by lingering repercussions of the COVID 19 pandemic, threaten achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals according to reports of the Secretary General presented by a number of speakers to the Second Committee (Economic and Financial) today. Alexander Trepelkov, Officer in Charge of the Division for Sustainable Development Goals, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, introduced reports under agenda item 19 on “Sustainable Development”. In the report titled “Towards…"Climate Change, COVID 19 Pandemic Severely Affecting Implementation of 2030 Agenda, Speakers Underscore, as Second Committee Takes Up Sustainable Development Reports"