Yemeni Vice – President Lauds Sudan Efforts in Supporting Legitimacy in His Country

[SNA] Khartoum -The Yemeni Vice – President of the Republic, Ali Muhsin Salih, has lauded the efforts of Sudan in supporting the legitimacy in his country and its effective participation within the Alliance countries in bolstering the legitimacy in Yemen.

[SNA] Khartoum -The Yemeni Vice - President of the Republic, Ali Muhsin Salih, has lauded the efforts of Sudan in supporting the legitimacy in his country and its effective participation within the Alliance countries in bolstering the legitimacy in Yemen.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

South Africa’s ANC Proposes Land Redistribution

[Deutsche Welle] At the end of the National Policy Conference of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC), the party proposed that land expropriation without compensation should be allowed where ‘necessary and unavoidable’.

[Deutsche Welle] At the end of the National Policy Conference of South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC), the party proposed that land expropriation without compensation should be allowed where 'necessary and unavoidable'.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

ANC’s Migration Dilemmas in the 21st Century and the Future of Work

[Democracy Works] Traditionally, migration has tended to be South-North but of late there is an increased shift of South-South migration. South Africa has witnessed increased and very significant proportions of inflows of African migrants since post-19…

[Democracy Works] Traditionally, migration has tended to be South-North but of late there is an increased shift of South-South migration. South Africa has witnessed increased and very significant proportions of inflows of African migrants since post-1994. Professor Jonathan Crush has argued that South Africa has experienced three waves of migration and the most significant one is the "Third Wave" that began in 2005.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Jidenna Concert – Startling Effects and Showmanship

[Nation] I don’t know what kind of sorcery it is going to take for us Kenyans to start figuring out which one is a good concert and which one is a bad one, because we have had quite a few experiences with both. And, as with all shopper’s remorse, you o…

[Nation] I don't know what kind of sorcery it is going to take for us Kenyans to start figuring out which one is a good concert and which one is a bad one, because we have had quite a few experiences with both. And, as with all shopper's remorse, you only find out after the fact - after you've bought the ticket - and this isn't the type of experience you can trade in for a refund, ha. Can you imagine if people could do that? Go back to the promoters and tell them they lied? That would be hilarious, but Kenyans woul

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Suicide Bombings Increases in the North

[VOA] Suicide bombings continue to climb in northern Cameroon with deadly attacks in the communities of Fomeka, Mora and Kerawa near Cameroon’s border with Nigeria reported since Saturday.

[VOA] Suicide bombings continue to climb in northern Cameroon with deadly attacks in the communities of Fomeka, Mora and Kerawa near Cameroon's border with Nigeria reported since Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Kagame Challenges Africa’s Graduates, Calls for More Research

[News of Rwanda] Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame said on Wednesday that Africa still grapples with low numbers of graduates in tertiary education and research, called for heavy investment into the sector; reports KTPress.

[News of Rwanda] Rwanda's President Paul Kagame said on Wednesday that Africa still grapples with low numbers of graduates in tertiary education and research, called for heavy investment into the sector; reports KTPress.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Relief As 21 Truck Drivers Freed in DRC

[Daily News] TWENTY one families of Tanzanian truck drivers who were abducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) a week ago may now breath with a sigh of relief following the captives’ release.

[Daily News] TWENTY one families of Tanzanian truck drivers who were abducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) a week ago may now breath with a sigh of relief following the captives' release.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania