Refugee Film Makers Dare to Dream Big

[CAJ News] Nairobi -LIFE is never comfortable growing up in a refugee camp. It is a life of poverty, limited access to education, lack of access to sporting or recreational facilities and few opportunities. Hopelessness and misery abound. This is a rea…

[CAJ News] Nairobi -LIFE is never comfortable growing up in a refugee camp. It is a life of poverty, limited access to education, lack of access to sporting or recreational facilities and few opportunities. Hopelessness and misery abound. This is a reality thousands of people have known for decades in Kenya's sprawling refugee camps, including the northwestern Kakuma, whose population has leaped 183 500. However, challenges have not deterred a group of refugees from channel their creativity into something meaningful by tellin

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police Make a Major Breakthrough On the Arrest of the Trio Crime Syndicate

[SAPS] The determination and relentless efforts by the police to fight against incidents of Trio Crimes in this Province, paid off when a crime syndicate was cracked which was terrorising members of the communities especially the off campus resident pl…

[SAPS] The determination and relentless efforts by the police to fight against incidents of Trio Crimes in this Province, paid off when a crime syndicate was cracked which was terrorising members of the communities especially the off campus resident places of the University of Limpopo at Mankweng and Thohoyandou Policing areas these week.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Spring Cleaning – Business Gets Serious On Corruption, Incompetence

[Daily Maverick] In a stunning indictment of two of the country’s most significant parastatals, Business Leadership South Africa took the unprecedented step on Thursday of effectively expelling Transnet and Eskom from its membership. Citing the bodies’…

[Daily Maverick] In a stunning indictment of two of the country's most significant parastatals, Business Leadership South Africa took the unprecedented step on Thursday of effectively expelling Transnet and Eskom from its membership. Citing the bodies' corruption and poor governance as fundamentally at odds with the value of the organisation, BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale delivered blistering criticism while announcing the suspension. Mohale made one thing clear: amid much heat directed at private companies, government is still l

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cricket – Tension and Turmoil As Haroon Lorgat and Csa Break Up

[Daily Maverick] Haroon Lorgat and Cricket South Africa (CSA) agreed to an amicable break-up on Thursday after the CEO and the board failed to resolve rising tensions. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

[Daily Maverick] Haroon Lorgat and Cricket South Africa (CSA) agreed to an amicable break-up on Thursday after the CEO and the board failed to resolve rising tensions. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Coetzee – We Have No Fear of Losing

[News24Wire] Springbok coach Allister Coetzee does not feel under any added pressure this week, and insists that his side has no fear of losing against the Wallabies on Saturday.

[News24Wire] Springbok coach Allister Coetzee does not feel under any added pressure this week, and insists that his side has no fear of losing against the Wallabies on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Markram – I’m More Than Happy With 97

[News24Wire] Aiden Markram has focused on the positives rather than the disappointment of missing out on a Test century on debut, after a dominant opening day of the first Test match against Bangladesh in Potchefstroom on Thursday.

[News24Wire] Aiden Markram has focused on the positives rather than the disappointment of missing out on a Test century on debut, after a dominant opening day of the first Test match against Bangladesh in Potchefstroom on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

StatsSA Paints Bleak Picture of Your Safety

[Daily Maverick] Police Minister Fikile Mbalula is leaving it to the last minute to table in Parliament the SAPS annual report amid questions as to whether it would include the traditional yearly crime statistics. Annual reports – departments’ account …

[Daily Maverick] Police Minister Fikile Mbalula is leaving it to the last minute to table in Parliament the SAPS annual report amid questions as to whether it would include the traditional yearly crime statistics. Annual reports - departments' account of performance, structure and finances - by law must be tabled for parliamentary oversight. That deadline is noon on Friday. Meanwhile, Statistics South Africa on Thursday released gloomy crime-related statistics, with its Victims of Crime survey showing that only half of the

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa