Parliament Extends Period for Written Submissions On Land Expropriation

[News24Wire] The ad hoc committee looking into amending section 25 of the Constitution for the purpose of land expropriation without compensation has extended its deadline for written submissions by two weeks.

[News24Wire] The ad hoc committee looking into amending section 25 of the Constitution for the purpose of land expropriation without compensation has extended its deadline for written submissions by two weeks.

Yaounde International Book Fair – Reawakening the Reading Culture

[Cameroon Tribune] National and international writers are meeting in Yaounde to create awareness on the necessity to read and encourage writing as a means of improving literacy rates.

[Cameroon Tribune] National and international writers are meeting in Yaounde to create awareness on the necessity to read and encourage writing as a means of improving literacy rates.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Human Rights Commission – Encouraging Social Dialogue for Progress

[Cameroon Tribune] This featured on the agenda of the 24th Ordinary Session of the Commission held in Yaounde on May 8, 2018 besides the follow-up of recommendations of the last session.

[Cameroon Tribune] This featured on the agenda of the 24th Ordinary Session of the Commission held in Yaounde on May 8, 2018 besides the follow-up of recommendations of the last session.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Meet Tobacco Auctioneering’s Female Trailblazers

[The Herald] It is just before 0730 and farmers are milling around Premier Tobacco Auction Floors along Affirmative Drive in the Willowvale industrial area, making idle talk while employees are running around preparing for the start of the day’s sales.

[The Herald] It is just before 0730 and farmers are milling around Premier Tobacco Auction Floors along Affirmative Drive in the Willowvale industrial area, making idle talk while employees are running around preparing for the start of the day's sales.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tanzania’s Clawback On Rights

[HRW] Tanzania’s President John Magufuli took office in October 2015 promising to stamp out government corruption and to be accountable to ordinary citizens. Instead, in a country that had been considered a leader in the region on human rights, he has …

[HRW] Tanzania's President John Magufuli took office in October 2015 promising to stamp out government corruption and to be accountable to ordinary citizens. Instead, in a country that had been considered a leader in the region on human rights, he has restricted free expression, association, and assembly.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania