Prime Minister Announces New Cabinet

[New Times] The newly appointed Prime Minister, Dr Edouard Ngirente, Wednesday night announced a cabinet that featured a number of new ministers but also saw several others retain their dockets.

[New Times] The newly appointed Prime Minister, Dr Edouard Ngirente, Wednesday night announced a cabinet that featured a number of new ministers but also saw several others retain their dockets.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Ethekwini Municipality Advised to Engage With Shack Dwellers

[News24Wire] A Durban High Court judge has urged the eThekwini Municipality to use mediation and “engage meaningfully” with shack dwellers in an attempt to find a resolution to the “protracted struggles over a chronic shortage of housing”.

[News24Wire] A Durban High Court judge has urged the eThekwini Municipality to use mediation and "engage meaningfully" with shack dwellers in an attempt to find a resolution to the "protracted struggles over a chronic shortage of housing".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Claims By Anglophone Lawyers – the Milestone Covered By Government

[Cameroon Tribune] Quite a good number of measures have been taken in line with claims raised by Anglophone lawyers in order to cleans the English arm of the country’s judicial system:

[Cameroon Tribune] Quite a good number of measures have been taken in line with claims raised by Anglophone lawyers in order to cleans the English arm of the country's judicial system:

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Multiple Education-Rescuing Measures

[Cameroon Tribune] Subsidy to lay private and confessional schools, creation of new departments, redeployment of teachers, recruitment of others constitute government’s answers to tabled complaints.

[Cameroon Tribune] Subsidy to lay private and confessional schools, creation of new departments, redeployment of teachers, recruitment of others constitute government's answers to tabled complaints.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Fatherly Act

[Cameroon Tribune] After proving to his compatriots that he is a leader who listens to his people and acts in their interest with respect of the norms of prudent leadership, President Biya yesterday went a step further. The Cameroon Head of state in re…

[Cameroon Tribune] After proving to his compatriots that he is a leader who listens to his people and acts in their interest with respect of the norms of prudent leadership, President Biya yesterday went a step further. The Cameroon Head of state in reaction to the longest strike action that has taken place in this country since the reunification of Cameroon, had started by listening to the demands of Cameroon's Common Law lawyers and teachers of the primary, secondary and Higher sectors.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

To Be or Not to Be Chadian? Fleeing Central Africans Defy Traditional Ideas of Nationality

[RFI] For Idrissa Haroum, the decision was pure and simple he wants to live where he is accepted. The 55-year-old Muslim from the Central African Republic says that he was called a Chadian in his own country. He now owns that moniker, and has the birth…

[RFI] For Idrissa Haroum, the decision was pure and simple he wants to live where he is accepted. The 55-year-old Muslim from the Central African Republic says that he was called a Chadian in his own country. He now owns that moniker, and has the birth certificate to prove it.

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic