Protests in Nyeri Over IEBC’s Move to Bar Thuo Mathenge

[Nation] Hundreds of residents have protested in the streets on Nyeri and Karatina towns over IEBC’s move to bar billionaire Thuo Mathenge from contesting for the governor’s seat.

[Nation] Hundreds of residents have protested in the streets on Nyeri and Karatina towns over IEBC's move to bar billionaire Thuo Mathenge from contesting for the governor's seat.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Landscape Restoration Brings Watershed to Life

[World Agroforestry Centre] Ethiopia is suffering from severe drought. But there is water in Gergera. Twenty years of restoring its hills and valley has brought life back to this area in the state of Tigray. The work has been painstaking, complex and multidimensional and continues to this day. But its hard won results offer up two key lessons.  First, landscape restoration in drylands hinges on water management. Second, restoration can create a base for better livelihoods and jobs for youth who formerly left in droves.Ministers

[World Agroforestry Centre] Ethiopia is suffering from severe drought. But there is water in Gergera. Twenty years of restoring its hills and valley has brought life back to this area in the state of Tigray. The work has been painstaking, complex and multidimensional and continues to this day. But its hard won results offer up two key lessons.  First, landscape restoration in drylands hinges on water management. Second, restoration can create a base for better livelihoods and jobs for youth who formerly left in droves.Ministers

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Parliament Notes Ruling of International Criminal Court On the Matter Between South African Government and President Omar Al-Bashir

[Govt of SA] The Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation has noted the ruling of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on the matter involving the South African government and President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan.

[Govt of SA] The Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation has noted the ruling of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on the matter involving the South African government and President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Govt Notes Outcome of International Monetary Fund Report

[Govt of SA] The Government of South Africa notes the outcome of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Article IV report released today following consultation with South Africa from 3-16 May 2017. The IMF visits each of its member countries on an annua…

[Govt of SA] The Government of South Africa notes the outcome of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Article IV report released today following consultation with South Africa from 3-16 May 2017. The IMF visits each of its member countries on an annual basis as prescribed in the Article IV of the IMF's Articles of Agreement. During this period, the IMF conducts an economic and financial assessment of government policies as well as provides policy recommendations on challenges that could potentially weaken the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

South African Government On International Criminal Court Ruling Over Omar Al-Bashir Arrest

[Govt of SA] The South African government has taken note of the ruling today, 06 July 2017, by the Pre-Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court relating to the travel by the Sudanese President, His Excellency Omar al-Bashir, to the African Uni…

[Govt of SA] The South African government has taken note of the ruling today, 06 July 2017, by the Pre-Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court relating to the travel by the Sudanese President, His Excellency Omar al-Bashir, to the African Union Summit hosted in South Africa in June 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

ANC Abusing Parliament to Defend Its Indefensible Al Bashir Actions

[DA] The DA is appalled by how official Parliament communication is being abused in an attempt to mitigate the negative publicity generated by the latest court ruling against the ANC-led government’s failure to uphold the Rule of Law and arrest Al Bash…

[DA] The DA is appalled by how official Parliament communication is being abused in an attempt to mitigate the negative publicity generated by the latest court ruling against the ANC-led government's failure to uphold the Rule of Law and arrest Al Bashir in 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan