To End a Dictatorship of the Minority, We Need ‘One ANC Member, One Vote’

[Daily Maverick] I’m hoping this will be the last ANC National Elective Conference to be decided by a minority vote – the last where a minority of ANC members elect leaders for the majority, and where a small ANC minority nominate leaders for the entir…

[Daily Maverick] I'm hoping this will be the last ANC National Elective Conference to be decided by a minority vote - the last where a minority of ANC members elect leaders for the majority, and where a small ANC minority nominate leaders for the entire population of South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Afrobeats Music – Mass Appeal With African Control

[This is Africa] Nigerian businessman and impresario Paul Okoye organised one of the most impressive showcase of African and Afrobeats talent in the inaugural One Africa Music Fest at the Barclays Center Arena in Brooklyn, New York City.

[This is Africa] Nigerian businessman and impresario Paul Okoye organised one of the most impressive showcase of African and Afrobeats talent in the inaugural One Africa Music Fest at the Barclays Center Arena in Brooklyn, New York City.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Britain Ambassador – It Was Very Successful Event

[SNA] Khartoum -After his participation in activities of the Sudanese- British economic forum in london UK ambassador to Khartoum Michael Aron ,described it “very successful event” and said in statement to SUNA , there is very little British investment…

[SNA] Khartoum -After his participation in activities of the Sudanese- British economic forum in london UK ambassador to Khartoum Michael Aron ,described it "very successful event" and said in statement to SUNA , there is very little British investment in Sudan at the moment. But in Egypt, UK is the largest international investors and in Kenya there are big Britain companies employing thousands of Kenyans in high productive jobs and we want to see that in Sudan as well. He spoke also on cooperation with Sudan in different

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Soldiers Allegedly Damage Voter Registration Machine

[New Zimbabwe] Two soldiers deployed at Victoria Falls International Airport stormed a police base at the airport around 0330 hours Sunday and poured water on a biometric voter registration (BVR) machine which was being charged.

[New Zimbabwe] Two soldiers deployed at Victoria Falls International Airport stormed a police base at the airport around 0330 hours Sunday and poured water on a biometric voter registration (BVR) machine which was being charged.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Still Needs to Take Further Steps Towards Protecting Children

[Iwacu] Children’s conditions have improved since Burundi signed the African Charter on children’s Rights and Welfare. However, there is still a way to go. This was said by a Burundian civil society during the presentation of its report on the children…

[Iwacu] Children's conditions have improved since Burundi signed the African Charter on children's Rights and Welfare. However, there is still a way to go. This was said by a Burundian civil society during the presentation of its report on the children's rights situation in Burundi before the African Union committee of experts.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Ethiopia Backs the AU’s Stance On Jerusalem

[This is Africa] American President Donald Trump officially recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. This places his country on the opposite side of the issue from virtually the entire international community, including the African Union and Ethi…

[This is Africa] American President Donald Trump officially recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. This places his country on the opposite side of the issue from virtually the entire international community, including the African Union and Ethiopia.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

War Vets to Be Allocated Stands

[The Herald] Zvimba Rural District Council is set to give war veterans residential stands following a directive from Government. Council chief executive Mr Peter Hlohla told a full council meeting at Murombedzi Growth Point yesterday that they received…

[The Herald] Zvimba Rural District Council is set to give war veterans residential stands following a directive from Government. Council chief executive Mr Peter Hlohla told a full council meeting at Murombedzi Growth Point yesterday that they received a circular directing them to allocate stands to war veterans.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Case of Returnees Has to Be Handled With Speed

[Foroyaa] Desperate and weary returnees from Libya who left this country for greener pastures, are now pouring in, not sure of what the future holds for them in their own country.

[Foroyaa] Desperate and weary returnees from Libya who left this country for greener pastures, are now pouring in, not sure of what the future holds for them in their own country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia