Women Objectified in Music Videos

[Citizen] Seems like every song that gets released these days comes under great scrutiny for some reason. In the recent past we’ve witnessed a list of tracks get banned in the country for having sexually explicit content – both audio and visual.

[Citizen] Seems like every song that gets released these days comes under great scrutiny for some reason. In the recent past we've witnessed a list of tracks get banned in the country for having sexually explicit content - both audio and visual.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Red Cross Aid Returns to Darfur, Starts in South Kordofan

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Red Cross will increase its field assistance in the Darfur region in 2018, returning to an area where it was suspended from by the Sudanese government for years.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Red Cross will increase its field assistance in the Darfur region in 2018, returning to an area where it was suspended from by the Sudanese government for years.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Students Face Tear Gas in Anti-Price Hike Protests

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -In the latest wave of protests against the rise of prices in Sudan that took place in universities in Khartoum, riot police used tear gas against students. Studies at one of the universities were disrupted for a day.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -In the latest wave of protests against the rise of prices in Sudan that took place in universities in Khartoum, riot police used tear gas against students. Studies at one of the universities were disrupted for a day.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Fires Destroy Dozens of Houses in Darfur Towns

[Radio Dabanga] Kutum / Azum -Fires have destroyed dozens of houses in Kutum and Azum localities this week, affecting villagers and people who recently returned from camps for displaced.

[Radio Dabanga] Kutum / Azum -Fires have destroyed dozens of houses in Kutum and Azum localities this week, affecting villagers and people who recently returned from camps for displaced.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

International Media Watchdog Decries Sudan’s Press Restrictions

[Radio Dabanga] Washington -Reporters Without Borders condemned the confiscation of the print-runs of eight Sudanese newspapers in the past two days because of their coverage of the big increase in the price of bread and the resulting social unrest.

[Radio Dabanga] Washington -Reporters Without Borders condemned the confiscation of the print-runs of eight Sudanese newspapers in the past two days because of their coverage of the big increase in the price of bread and the resulting social unrest.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Pound Plummets, Sudan Parties Call for Protests

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The rate of the Pound against the Dollar has continued to plummet, reaching SDG 29.5 on Monday, amid the surge of the prices of basic goods all over Sudan. Opposition parties have started to rally up people for peaceful demons…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The rate of the Pound against the Dollar has continued to plummet, reaching SDG 29.5 on Monday, amid the surge of the prices of basic goods all over Sudan. Opposition parties have started to rally up people for peaceful demonstrations.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Used Clothes Imports ‘Bad for Tanzania’

[Citizen] Survival in the Tanzanian market for small tailors is increasingly becoming difficult due to the market being flooded with cheap imported secondhand clothing, popularly known as mitumba, The Citizen has learnt.

[Citizen] Survival in the Tanzanian market for small tailors is increasingly becoming difficult due to the market being flooded with cheap imported secondhand clothing, popularly known as mitumba, The Citizen has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

A Few Tips for Parliamentarians On Developing Rules for Impeachment of a Sitting President

[Daily Maverick] The rules committee of the NA faces an extremely difficult task to determine exactly what types of conduct by the President would warrant impeachment. A related problem is that the construct of a reasonable person, often used in the la…

[Daily Maverick] The rules committee of the NA faces an extremely difficult task to determine exactly what types of conduct by the President would warrant impeachment. A related problem is that the construct of a reasonable person, often used in the law, is - of course - a fiction.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa