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Bobi Wine athibitishwa kupiga kura Uganda

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Bobi Wine alipiga kura katika kituo cha Freedom SquareImage caption: Bobi Wine alipiga kura katika kituo cha Freedom Square

Mgombea mkuu wa upinzani nchini Uganda Bobi amethibitishwa kupiga kura yake mapema leo .

Bobi Wine anawania urais nchini Uganda kwa mara ya kwanza huku akidai wa kutoa upinzani mklai kwa rais aliyepo madarakani Yoweri Museveni.

Yupo katika kinyanganyiro hicho kwa ahadi ya kuvutia uwekezaji na kuwapatia ajira vijana iwapo atachaguliwa

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Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 22 January 2021

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Weather data provided by the South African Weather Service. For a detailed forecast of your province, click here.

Severe Weather Alerts

IMPACT-BASED WARNINGS:

  1. Yellow level 2: For severe thunderstorms with heavy downpours, gusty winds, hail and excessive lightning resulting in localized damages to settlements formal/informal, vehicles and a short-term disruption to power over eastern interior of the Eastern Cape.

FIRE DANGER WARNINGS:

  1. Extremely high fire danger conditions are expected over the western and central interior of the Western Cape and southern parts of Namakwa District of the Northern Cape.

ADVISORIES:

  1. Extremely hot conditions are expected over Khai-Ma in the Norther Cape, Central Karoo District as well as Langeberg Municipality in the Western Cape tomorrow.
  2. A heat wave with persistently high temperatures is expected over the Matzikama Municipality and the southern parts of Namakwa Districts in the Northern Cape until tomorrow but over the central and the eastern interior of the Western Cape Province, and western and northern interior of the Eastern Cape until Saturday (21-23/01/2021).

Gauteng:

Temperature: Partly cloudy and hot.

The expected UVB Sunburn Index: Moderate.

Mpumalanga:

Temperature: Morning fog patches over the escarpment, otherwise partly cloudy and warm.

Limpopo:

Temperature: Partly cloudy and warm to hot.

North-West Province:

Temperature: Fine and warm to hot, becoming partly cloudy with isolated showers and thundershowers, except in the north east.

Free State:

Temperature: Fine in the east at first, otherwise partly cloudy and warm to hot with isolated showers and thundershowers, except in the extreme east.

Northern Cape:

Temperature: Partly cloudy and hot to very hot with isolated showers and thundershowers in the central and eastern parts. It will be extremely hot in the south

Wind: The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh southerly to south-westerly.

Western Cape:

Temperature: Cloudy with morning fog along the south coast at first, otherwise fine and warm along the coastal areas, but hot to very hot over the western interior and extremely hot over the central and eastern interior.

Wind: The wind along the coast will be moderate easterly along the south coast in the morning, otherwise fresh to strong south-easterly.

The expected UVB Sunburn Index: High.

Eastern Cape:

The Western halfTemperature: Cloudy and warm with morning fog in places in the south, otherwise partly cloudy and hot to very hot with isolated thunderstorms over the north east.

The Western Half – Wind: The wind along the coast will be Moderate to fresh south easterly, reaching strong east of Port Elizabeth in the afternoon.

The Eastern halfTemperature: Cloudy and warm with morning fog south of the escarpment, otherwise partly cloudy and hot with isolated thunderstorms over the interior from the afternoon.

The Eastern halfWind: The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh north easterly, reaching strong in the evening.

Kwazulu-Natal:

Temperature: Morning fog over the interior, otherwise partly cloudy and warm, but hot in places in the north. Afternoon isolated showers and thundershowers are expected in the south western parts.

Wind: The wind along the coast will be Moderate northerly to north-easterly in the morning, becoming fresh.

The expected UVB Sunburn Index: Extreme.


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UN: 43% of Yemen families reduce daily meals due to economic volatility

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43 per cent of Yemeni families have been forced to reduce the number of their daily meals due to the country’s economic fluctuations, the United Nations (UN) World Food Programme (WFP) in Yemen announced yesterday.

“Economic volatility & conflict means that many in Yemen regularly reduce the frequency or size of their meals or parents eat less so they can feed their children,” the WFP posted on Twitter.

Experts have said in recent months that Yemeni citizens’ purchasing power had declined due to a collapse of the national currency, with more than 900 riyals against the US dollar, reaching its peak last November.

Impoverished Yemen has been mired in a conflict since the Houthis ousted the government from power in the capital city of Sanaa in late 2014. The conflict escalated in March 2015 when a Saudi-led military coalition intervened, backing the Yemeni government.

The UN has said that the war has led to the worst humanitarian crisis globally, leaving 80 per cent of the population dependent on humanitarian aid to survive, and more than 100,000 dead.

READ: Biden to review Houthi terrorist designation and curb support for Saudi coalition

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