2 Mozambique Nationals Arrested in Malawi Over Possession of Pangolin

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in southern region border district of Nsanje have arrested two Mozambican nationals for illegal possession of Pangolin which is a protected wildlife species.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in southern region border district of Nsanje have arrested two Mozambican nationals for illegal possession of Pangolin which is a protected wildlife species.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

How Candidates Performed At Anambra Governorship Election Debate

[Premium Times] Godfatherism, Biafra agitation, inter-party disagreements were some of the highlights of the 2017 Anambra State gubernatorial debate held in Awka, the state capital, on Sunday as five candidates vying to become the next governor put acr…

[Premium Times] Godfatherism, Biafra agitation, inter-party disagreements were some of the highlights of the 2017 Anambra State gubernatorial debate held in Awka, the state capital, on Sunday as five candidates vying to become the next governor put across their plans to the public.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

DA Turns to Courts Over Zuma’s Legal Costs

[News24Wire] The Democratic Alliance on Sunday announced that it had served President Jacob Zuma with papers in order to ascertain the costs of his legal defence in the so called “Spy Tapes” case.

[News24Wire] The Democratic Alliance on Sunday announced that it had served President Jacob Zuma with papers in order to ascertain the costs of his legal defence in the so called "Spy Tapes" case.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fireman Assaulted, Fire Hoses Cut By ‘Drunken Hooligans’

[News24Wire] A firefighter was assaulted and two firehoses were vandalised as fire crews battled a blaze at the Foreman Road informal settlement in Durban in the early hours on Sunday morning.

[News24Wire] A firefighter was assaulted and two firehoses were vandalised as fire crews battled a blaze at the Foreman Road informal settlement in Durban in the early hours on Sunday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘A Symbolic Representation of Life’ – Behind Malawi’s Blood-Sucking Beliefs

[African Arguments] Nine people have been killed by vigilantes recently. But this isn’t the first time rumours of vampires sucking people’s blood have surfaced in Malawi.

[African Arguments] Nine people have been killed by vigilantes recently. But this isn't the first time rumours of vampires sucking people's blood have surfaced in Malawi.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Mutharika Tells North Malawi More Developments in the Offing

[Nyasa Times] President Arthur Peter Mutharika has assured people in northern region that his government is geared to start the construction of Mzuzu International Airport in January, 2018.

[Nyasa Times] President Arthur Peter Mutharika has assured people in northern region that his government is geared to start the construction of Mzuzu International Airport in January, 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

America’s Options in Niger – Join Forces to Reduce Tensions, or Fan the Flames

[The Conversation Africa] Numerous reports have appeared recently about beefing up US military presence in Niger, and potentially allowing American forces to more actively target suspected jihadist leaders in the region. This follows the deaths of US a…

[The Conversation Africa] Numerous reports have appeared recently about beefing up US military presence in Niger, and potentially allowing American forces to more actively target suspected jihadist leaders in the region. This follows the deaths of US and Nigerien soldiers in Niger on October 4.

source: AllAfrica News: Niger

Egypt’s Authoritarian Regime Plays to Conservative Mainstream in Wave of LGBTQ Arrests

[The Conversation Africa] In a recent crackdown on Egypt’s LGBTQ community, the authoritarian regime of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi is showing its fear of any expressions of personal freedom, particularly those by young Egyptians who lived through th…

[The Conversation Africa] In a recent crackdown on Egypt's LGBTQ community, the authoritarian regime of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi is showing its fear of any expressions of personal freedom, particularly those by young Egyptians who lived through the Arab Spring.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt