South Africa’s Social Security Agency Fails to Respond to Constitutional Court Questions

[Daily Maverick] With 17 days before the current CPS contract dies a natural death, Sassa’s legal teams have worked overtime in an attempt to mop up the colossal mess caused through months of lies, deceit and obfuscation by the agency and Minister Bath…

[Daily Maverick] With 17 days before the current CPS contract dies a natural death, Sassa's legal teams have worked overtime in an attempt to mop up the colossal mess caused through months of lies, deceit and obfuscation by the agency and Minister Bathabile Dlamini. On Monday, Sassa missed its deadline to answer ConCourt's detailed questions. This renders the agency technically in contempt of the highest court of the land.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Technologists Deficit Hurts Country – Minister Moyo

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE has produced less than 2 000 technologists since 1980, most of whom have left the country, a development which has contributed to underdevelopment, a senior Government official has said.

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE has produced less than 2 000 technologists since 1980, most of whom have left the country, a development which has contributed to underdevelopment, a senior Government official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former Mugabe Ally Mutasa Continues to Sing the Blues

[The Herald] The High Court on Saturday threw out a third bid by Zimbabwe People First senior member Didymus Mutasa to save his attached property from going under the hammer.

[The Herald] The High Court on Saturday threw out a third bid by Zimbabwe People First senior member Didymus Mutasa to save his attached property from going under the hammer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Private Cotton Players Complement Govt Efforts

[The Herald] Private players in the cotton industry are complimenting Government’s Presidential Inputs Scheme by giving support to growers, helping create jobs and adding value to the crop in line with the country’s economic aspirations, a legislator h…

[The Herald] Private players in the cotton industry are complimenting Government's Presidential Inputs Scheme by giving support to growers, helping create jobs and adding value to the crop in line with the country's economic aspirations, a legislator has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Acapella Group in Anti-Litter Campaign

[The Herald] Chitungwiza-based Acapella gospel music group “The Well” has joined the anti-litter campaign through a single titled “Zimbabwe” that seeks to educate and encourage the masses to keep the country clean.

[The Herald] Chitungwiza-based Acapella gospel music group "The Well" has joined the anti-litter campaign through a single titled "Zimbabwe" that seeks to educate and encourage the masses to keep the country clean.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tourism Bosses Confront Police Over Roadblocks

[New Zimbabwe] TOURISM promotion authorities in Zimbabwe have engaged the police over the high number of roadblocks which have been condemned by both local and foreign tourists.

[New Zimbabwe] TOURISM promotion authorities in Zimbabwe have engaged the police over the high number of roadblocks which have been condemned by both local and foreign tourists.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Arrest Killers of Herdsmen in Southern Kaduna

[This Day] Kaduna -The Kaduna State Police Command yesterday paraded three people suspected to have killed two herdsmen at Anguwan Duka in Jema’a Local Government Area of the state last Saturday.

[This Day] Kaduna -The Kaduna State Police Command yesterday paraded three people suspected to have killed two herdsmen at Anguwan Duka in Jema'a Local Government Area of the state last Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

AIB Blames Human Error, Poor Regulation for Dana Crash

[This Day] The failure of the pilot in command to take a strategic decision to return to base when the first engine of the ill-fated Dana Air Flight 992 failed 17 minutes into the flight led to its crash.

[This Day] The failure of the pilot in command to take a strategic decision to return to base when the first engine of the ill-fated Dana Air Flight 992 failed 17 minutes into the flight led to its crash.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria