Law Society Warns Politicians Over Anti-judiciary Rhetoric

[VOA] The Law Society of Kenya says attempts by politicians to undermine the judiciary could destabilize the country during elections next month. Candidates from the ruling Jubilee Coalition, including President Uhuru Kenyatta, have accused the courts …

[VOA] The Law Society of Kenya says attempts by politicians to undermine the judiciary could destabilize the country during elections next month. Candidates from the ruling Jubilee Coalition, including President Uhuru Kenyatta, have accused the courts of bias in favor of the opposition.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Diaspora Vote Ban Is a Legislative Problem’

[New Zimbabwe] The issue of millions of Zimbabweans living in the diaspora not being eligible to register as voters does not fall under the Commission’s mandate but rests solely with political parties, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperso…

[New Zimbabwe] The issue of millions of Zimbabweans living in the diaspora not being eligible to register as voters does not fall under the Commission's mandate but rests solely with political parties, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperson, Rita Makarau, said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Issues As Restructuring Divide Statesmen

[Leadership] Restructuring has become one of the most discussed subjects in public discourse. While some prominent voices in the nation uphold that Nigeria can perform better when it is restructured, others have described such call as a tool for blackm…

[Leadership] Restructuring has become one of the most discussed subjects in public discourse. While some prominent voices in the nation uphold that Nigeria can perform better when it is restructured, others have described such call as a tool for blackmail to gain political relevance ahead of the 2019 general elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Forget Reforms, Ruling Party’s Mangwana Tells Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] Former Copac co-chair, Paul Mangwana, says opposition MPs should stop thinking Zanu PF Ministers would worry about initiating the alignment of existing laws with the new Constitution, arguing no ruling elite would willingly lead processe…

[New Zimbabwe] Former Copac co-chair, Paul Mangwana, says opposition MPs should stop thinking Zanu PF Ministers would worry about initiating the alignment of existing laws with the new Constitution, arguing no ruling elite would willingly lead processes that seek to trim its powers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Family Takes in Orphan, He Rapes Their 6-Year-Old Daughter

[New Zimbabwe] A Harare family will live to regret the day they decided to look after an orphan after they caught him raping their six-year-old daughter and discovered that the abuse had been going on for months.

[New Zimbabwe] A Harare family will live to regret the day they decided to look after an orphan after they caught him raping their six-year-old daughter and discovered that the abuse had been going on for months.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Law Expert Faults Stadium Stampede Task Force Appointment

[Nyasa Times] Law professor at the University of Malawi Edge Kanyongolo has said Malawians might not have faith and trust in the newly appointed task force which is to probe the Bingu National Stadium disaster.

[Nyasa Times] Law professor at the University of Malawi Edge Kanyongolo has said Malawians might not have faith and trust in the newly appointed task force which is to probe the Bingu National Stadium disaster.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi