Gender Equality Remains Elusive 25 Years After Beijing

[Lesotho Times] ALMOST a quarter of a century has passed since the 1995 Beijing Fourth World Conference which came up with landmark decisions aimed at achieving equality between men and women but Lesotho still has so much distance to cover to eliminate…

[Lesotho Times] ALMOST a quarter of a century has passed since the 1995 Beijing Fourth World Conference which came up with landmark decisions aimed at achieving equality between men and women but Lesotho still has so much distance to cover to eliminate gender disparities.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Judgement Reserved in Chieftainess’ Case

[Lesotho Times] ACTING High Court judge, Justice Moroke Mokhesi, on Monday reserved a judgment in the case in which the Principal Chieftainess, Pontso Mathealira, is challenging her 15 year suspension from office.

[Lesotho Times] ACTING High Court judge, Justice Moroke Mokhesi, on Monday reserved a judgment in the case in which the Principal Chieftainess, Pontso Mathealira, is challenging her 15 year suspension from office.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Army Bus in Fatal Crash – Eight Killed On the Spot

[New Zimbabwe] A bus ferrying soldiers from 2 Infantry Battalion in Mutoko sideswiped a civilian vehicle, killing eight people on the spot, police and the military confirmed at the weekend.

[New Zimbabwe] A bus ferrying soldiers from 2 Infantry Battalion in Mutoko sideswiped a civilian vehicle, killing eight people on the spot, police and the military confirmed at the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Masiyiwa Says Trailed By Spies Across the World

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe’s night is over, and we must work together now to bring in the dawn. We must work hard to turn away from (and learn from) the pages of our pained past.

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe's night is over, and we must work together now to bring in the dawn. We must work hard to turn away from (and learn from) the pages of our pained past.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Islamist Attacks in Cabo Delgado

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Four new Islamist attacks were reported in coastal northern Cabo Delgado. There have been on-going incidents, mainly in Mocimboa da Praia district where the first attacks against police took place on 5 October.

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Four new Islamist attacks were reported in coastal northern Cabo Delgado. There have been on-going incidents, mainly in Mocimboa da Praia district where the first attacks against police took place on 5 October.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Mutinhiri, Khupe Parties Vow to Challenge for All Seats, Wards

[New Zimbabwe] The Zanu PF and MDC-T breakaway factions say they have enough personnel in their ranks to field candidates in all the country’s 210 parliamentary constituencies and in nearly 2000 wards.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zanu PF and MDC-T breakaway factions say they have enough personnel in their ranks to field candidates in all the country's 210 parliamentary constituencies and in nearly 2000 wards.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cancer-Fighting Westwood Accuses Mliswa of Grabbing His Business

[New Zimbabwe] Cancer fighting British investor Paul Westwood, who claims his companies were “illegally” grabbed by Norton legislator Temba Mliswa in 2009, has again appealed for justice and compensation for the loss of his $1.4m business.

[New Zimbabwe] Cancer fighting British investor Paul Westwood, who claims his companies were "illegally" grabbed by Norton legislator Temba Mliswa in 2009, has again appealed for justice and compensation for the loss of his $1.4m business.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Insurance Bureau Gets Thumbs-Up

[Zimbabwe Standard] The proposed Insurance Crime Bureau in Zimbabwe must have the power to speedily prosecute cases brought before it because insurance fraud has been on the rise due to economic decay, analysts have said.

[Zimbabwe Standard] The proposed Insurance Crime Bureau in Zimbabwe must have the power to speedily prosecute cases brought before it because insurance fraud has been on the rise due to economic decay, analysts have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe