Official Opposition to Force Zuma to Explain Reshuffle

[East African] Pretoria -South Africa’s opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, has approached the Pretoria North High Court in a bid to force President Jacob Zuma to explain last month’s Cabinet reshuffle.

[East African] Pretoria -South Africa's opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, has approached the Pretoria North High Court in a bid to force President Jacob Zuma to explain last month's Cabinet reshuffle.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ellen Admonishes Youth At Peace Building Conference

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson – Sirleaf says the responsibility to carry Liberia forward rests with the young people, recognizing that they make up a majority of the nation’s population.

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson - Sirleaf says the responsibility to carry Liberia forward rests with the young people, recognizing that they make up a majority of the nation's population.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nimba Embarks On Streets Pavement

[New Dawn] Authorities in Nimba County have embarked on re-opening streets in all six major cities in the county. County Superintendent, D. Dorr Cooper, said the exercise is being executed in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works.

[New Dawn] Authorities in Nimba County have embarked on re-opening streets in all six major cities in the county. County Superintendent, D. Dorr Cooper, said the exercise is being executed in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ellen Seeks Amendment for Aliens’ Law

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has submitted a bill to the 53rd Liberian Legislature, seeking amendment of Section 6.1(5) of the aliens and nationality law of Liberia, title 4, Liberian code of laws revised, on residence permits.

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has submitted a bill to the 53rd Liberian Legislature, seeking amendment of Section 6.1(5) of the aliens and nationality law of Liberia, title 4, Liberian code of laws revised, on residence permits.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Counterfeiters Threaten N612 Billion Yearly Revenue From ICT

[Guardian] About $2 billion revenue which yearly enters the nation’s economy from activities at Africa’s largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) centre, Computer Village, Lagos, is currently under threat from counterfeiters.

[Guardian] About $2 billion revenue which yearly enters the nation's economy from activities at Africa's largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) centre, Computer Village, Lagos, is currently under threat from counterfeiters.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Police Minister vs Former Police Unit Chief – What Next?

[Daily Maverick] While Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula on Tuesday accused possibly-suspended Hawks head Mthandazo Ntlemeza of having gone “rogue” and “armed and dangerous”, the beleaguered Ntlemeza in turn accused the Minister of embarrassing, humili…

[Daily Maverick] While Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula on Tuesday accused possibly-suspended Hawks head Mthandazo Ntlemeza of having gone "rogue" and "armed and dangerous", the beleaguered Ntlemeza in turn accused the Minister of embarrassing, humiliating, degrading and subjecting him to contempt and public ridicule as well as causing a constitutional crisis. It's clearly game on in the next episode of the farce that is unraveling in the highest echelons of the country's law enforcement agencies and that is playing itsel

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa