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About Hereward
Hereward is a freelance multi-media journalist covering South-East Asia from his base in Yangon, Myanmar. 

He previously worked as a correspondent for Reuters for six years across East, Central and West Africa.
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Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  colypointobserver.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and over 5,600 affected. The disaster has destroyed over 300 hectares of farmland and is part of extreme weather events in East Africa linked to El Nino and the Indian Ocean Dipole. The region is also recovering from a severe drought, exacerbating the flooding risk. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with recent flooding causing the Voi River to burst its banks.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  gloucesteradvocate.com.au
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 5600 affected across 1150 households. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. The floods and landslides, exacerbated by the worst drought in 40 years and phenomena like El Nino and the Indian Ocean Dipole, have also impacted Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the latest incident involving the Voi River's banks bursting.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  greatlakesadvocate.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and over 5600 people affected. The disaster has destroyed farmland and homes, with the region experiencing extreme weather since October. The floods are attributed to the El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena, exacerbated by the worst drought in 40 years. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with recent flooding along the Voi River prompting rescue efforts.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  thecourier.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 1150 households affected. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. The extreme weather in East Africa, exacerbated by climate change, has also impacted Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the Kenya Red Cross aiding in rescue efforts after the Voi River banks burst.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  wellingtontimes.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 5600 affected across 1150 households. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. The extreme weather in East Africa, exacerbated by El Nino and the Indian Ocean Dipole, follows a severe drought and has resulted in flash-flooding due to dry soils. In the Northern Manyara region, around 100 houses were buried by a landslide, with 28 households unaccounted for. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with recent flooding causing the Voi River to burst its banks.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  www.southernhighlandnews.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 1150 households affected. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed due to extreme weather in East Africa, exacerbated by the worst drought in 40 years. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the latest incident involving the bursting of the Voi River's banks.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  www.hardenexpress.com.au
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 5600 affected across 1150 households. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. The floods and landslides, exacerbated by the El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole weather phenomena, follow the worst drought in 40 years in East Africa. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the latest incident involving the Voi River's banks bursting.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  www.huntervalleynews.net.au
The death toll from recent floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 1150 households affected. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed, and the region has experienced extreme weather due to El Nino and the Indian Ocean Dipole. The floods follow a severe drought, exacerbating the risk of flash-flooding. African leaders are advocating for global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the Kenya Red Cross assisting in rescue efforts.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  www.redlandcitybulletin.com.au
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57, with President Samia Suluhu Hassan reporting 85 people still in hospital. The floods and landslides have impacted 1150 households and destroyed over 300 hectares of farmland. The severe weather in East Africa, exacerbated by El Nino and the Indian Ocean Dipole, has displaced many and comes after a significant drought. Queen Sendiga reported that about 100 houses in Katesh were swallowed by a landslide. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the Kenya Red Cross aiding in rescue efforts after the Voi River banks burst.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  www.inverelltimes.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 1150 households affected. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. The extreme weather in East Africa, exacerbated by climate change, has also impacted Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the Kenya Red Cross assisting in rescue efforts after the Voi River banks burst.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  Goulburn Post
The death toll from recent floods in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 1150 households affected. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed due to landslides and floods triggered by torrential rains. The extreme weather events in East Africa, which have also impacted Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia, are attributed to the El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena. The floods follow a severe drought, the worst in 40 years, which has made the soil less absorbent and increased flash-flooding risks. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change mitigation efforts.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

04 Dec 2023  |  The Queanbeyan Age
The death toll from recent floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people hospitalized and 1150 households affected. Over 300 hectares of farmland have been destroyed, and the extreme weather has been linked to climate change phenomena such as El Nino and the Indian Ocean Dipole. African leaders are advocating for new global taxes and financial reforms to fund climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the latest incident involving the bursting of the Voi River's banks.

Stampede at Republic of Congo stadium kills 31

21 Nov 2023  |  www.sconeadvocate.com.au
A stampede at the Ornano stadium in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, during an army recruitment drive has resulted in at least 31 deaths and over 140 injuries. The incident occurred on Monday night, and the recruitment process has been suspended with a day of mourning declared. The stampede was reportedly caused by a large crowd of young men attempting to submit their applications to join the army. The Congo army is a significant employer in a country with high male unemployment and limited distribution of oil wealth to the population.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  Narooma News
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 1150 households affected and 85 people still receiving treatment. The severe flooding, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole weather phenomena, has also impacted Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia, displacing hundreds of thousands. The region, already suffering from the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks due to dry soils. African leaders are advocating for global taxes and financial institution reforms to fund climate change action.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  The Senior
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with severe weather affecting East Africa since October. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported ongoing hospital treatments, while 1150 households have been impacted and over 300 hectares of farmland destroyed. The El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena have exacerbated the situation, following the region's worst drought in 40 years. Authorities continue to search for missing persons, and African leaders are advocating for global financial reforms to support climate change initiatives. In Kenya, the Voi River burst its banks, prompting rescue efforts by the Kenya Red Cross.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  www.katherinetimes.com.au
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57 following torrential rains, with 1150 households affected and more than 300 hectares of farmland destroyed. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported that 85 people are still receiving treatment. Severe flooding, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole weather phenomena, has displaced hundreds of thousands in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Tanzania. The region, already hit by the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks due to dry soils. Authorities continue to search for bodies in the Northern Manyara region. Climate change is driving more extreme weather events, prompting African leaders to advocate for global taxes and financial institution reforms to fund climate action.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  www.macleayargus.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 85 people still hospitalized. The extreme weather, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena, has affected 1150 households and destroyed over 300 hectares of farmland. The region, already suffering from the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks. Authorities continue to search for bodies, and African leaders are advocating for global taxes and financial reforms to support climate change action. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with rescue efforts ongoing.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  www.theleader.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with severe weather affecting East Africa since October. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported ongoing hospital treatments for 85 people. The disaster has impacted 1150 households and destroyed over 300 hectares of farmland. The El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena have exacerbated the situation, following the region's worst drought in 40 years. Authorities continue to search for missing persons, while African leaders advocate for global financial reforms to address climate change. In Kenya, floods have killed at least 142 people, with the Kenya Red Cross actively involved in rescue operations.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  Narromine News
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57, with severe weather affecting East Africa since October. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported 85 people still hospitalized. The floods and landslides have impacted 1150 households and destroyed over 300 hectares of farmland. Severe flooding, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena, has displaced hundreds of thousands in Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Tanzania. The region, already suffering from the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks. Authorities continue to search for bodies, and African leaders are advocating for global financial reforms to support climate change action. In Kenya, the Voi River burst its banks, with the Kenya Red Cross aiding in rescue efforts.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  www.cootamundraherald.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with severe weather affecting East Africa since October. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported ongoing hospital treatments for 85 individuals. The disaster has impacted 1150 households and destroyed over 300 hectares of farmland. Severe flooding, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena, has displaced hundreds of thousands in Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Tanzania. The region, already suffering from the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks. Authorities continue to search for bodies, and African leaders are advocating for global financial reforms to support climate change action. In Kenya, the Voi River burst its banks, prompting rescue efforts by the Kenya Red Cross.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  www.hepburnadvocate.com.au
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57, with severe flooding and landslides affecting thousands and destroying farmland. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported ongoing hospital treatments, while Queen Sendiga noted continued search efforts for missing persons. The floods, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole phenomena, follow the region's worst drought in 40 years. African leaders are advocating for global financial reforms to support climate change action. In Kenya, the Voi River burst its banks, prompting rescue efforts by the Kenya Red Cross.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  www.dailyliberal.com.au
The death toll from floods and landslides in Tanzania has risen to 57, with 1150 households affected and 5600 people impacted. Severe flooding, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole weather phenomena, has also affected Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia. The region, already suffering from the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks due to dry soils. Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported 85 people still receiving hospital treatment. Authorities continue to search for bodies, with significant damage in the Northern Manyara region. Climate change is cited as a cause of more frequent extreme weather events, prompting African leaders to advocate for global taxes and financial reforms to support climate action.

Tanzania flood, landslide death toll rises to 57

30 Oct 2023  |  Lismore City News
The death toll from floods in Tanzania has risen to 57 following torrential rains, with 1150 households affected and 5600 people displaced. President Samia Suluhu Hassan reported that 85 people are still receiving treatment. Severe flooding, exacerbated by El Nino and Indian Ocean Dipole weather phenomena, has also impacted Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia, displacing hundreds of thousands. The region, already suffering from the worst drought in 40 years, faces increased flash-flooding risks due to dry soils. Authorities continue to search for bodies in the Northern Manyara region, where a landslide swallowed 100 houses. African leaders are advocating for global taxes and financial institution reforms to fund climate change action.

Kenyan shilling strikes another record low on tight FX supply

04 Oct 2023  |  www.zawya.com
The Kenyan shilling hit a new record low against the U.S. dollar due to high foreign-currency demand across all sectors outpacing the tight supply. As of 1032 GMT, the shilling was quoted at 152.60/80 per U.S. dollar, marking a 19.2% depreciation since the start of the year.
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