Education Sector Threatens With Strike

[Radio Dabanga] Babanusa / El Fasher -Workers in West Kordofan and North Darfur demand the payment of grants which the Sudanese government promised to employees in the education sector in June.

[Radio Dabanga] Babanusa / El Fasher -Workers in West Kordofan and North Darfur demand the payment of grants which the Sudanese government promised to employees in the education sector in June.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Ogun Police Arrest Man for Killing Neighbour With Charm

[Guardian] The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a 32-year-old man, Olatunde Akapo, for allegedly beating his 42-year-old neighbour, Augustine Ode, to death with a charm.

[Guardian] The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a 32-year-old man, Olatunde Akapo, for allegedly beating his 42-year-old neighbour, Augustine Ode, to death with a charm.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Injury May Stop Iheanacho From Eagles’ Squad

[Guardian] What appears a major blow to Super Eagles World Cup qualifiers against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon may be at foot following a toe injury, which has sidelined one of the top strikers, Kelechi Iheanacho.

[Guardian] What appears a major blow to Super Eagles World Cup qualifiers against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon may be at foot following a toe injury, which has sidelined one of the top strikers, Kelechi Iheanacho.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Buhari Returns to Today

[Guardian] Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to return to the country later on Saturday after spending more than 100 hundred days in London receiving treatment for an undisclosed ailment, his spokesman said.

[Guardian] Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to return to the country later on Saturday after spending more than 100 hundred days in London receiving treatment for an undisclosed ailment, his spokesman said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Guards Save ‘Dead’ Man Under Plettenberg Bay Boardwalk

[News24Wire] A man who tried to find shelter from the cold and rain would have frozen to death, had it not been for observant security guards patrolling in Plettenberg Bay.

[News24Wire] A man who tried to find shelter from the cold and rain would have frozen to death, had it not been for observant security guards patrolling in Plettenberg Bay.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Late Justice Obaseki Buried in Benin Amid Eulogies

[Leadership] It was a gathering of eminent Nigerians from all works of lives as the late retired Supreme Court Justice, Andrews Otutu Obaseki, was on Friday laid to rest at his home in Benin City, as leaders from across the country extolled the virtues…

[Leadership] It was a gathering of eminent Nigerians from all works of lives as the late retired Supreme Court Justice, Andrews Otutu Obaseki, was on Friday laid to rest at his home in Benin City, as leaders from across the country extolled the virtues of the astute jurist.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Artists Lament Lack of Local Patronage

[Observer] “We are confronted by a number of challenges including lack of art centers, machines, micro-loans and failure of Liberians to appreciate their own local carvings; and these make our occupation to be of no value,” Ndorbor Yoryor, president of…

[Observer] "We are confronted by a number of challenges including lack of art centers, machines, micro-loans and failure of Liberians to appreciate their own local carvings; and these make our occupation to be of no value," Ndorbor Yoryor, president of the Union of Liberian Artists (ULA) lamented as the Chinese Embassy near Monrovia presented the union with art materials worth US$10,000 on August 13.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

President Sirleaf Signs Book of Condolence for Sierra Leone Mudslide, Flood Victims

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday led an array of senior government officials to sign the Book of Condolence for victims of Monday’s mudslide and flood in Freetown, Sierra Leone at the Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Monro…

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday led an array of senior government officials to sign the Book of Condolence for victims of Monday's mudslide and flood in Freetown, Sierra Leone at the Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Monrovia. The mudslide and flood took place on the outskirts of Freetown and led to over 300 deaths. Heavy overnight rains triggered mudslide and flood in the Regent Area on the outskirts of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, early Monday morning. A section of the Sugar Loaf

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia