Govt Deploys Army Doctors At Hospitals

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has deployed army doctors in central hospitals to avert a crisis caused by striking junior and senior doctors. Patients were being turned away since last week.Secretary for Health and Child Care Dr Gerald Gwinji said to mitigate…

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has deployed army doctors in central hospitals to avert a crisis caused by striking junior and senior doctors. Patients were being turned away since last week.Secretary for Health and Child Care Dr Gerald Gwinji said to mitigate the impact of the strike, hospital clinical directors were re-arranging and merging their departments while Government roped in professionals from the uniformed forces.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Rules on Govt’s Bid to Withdraw From ICC

[DA] The DA welcomes the judgement handed down this morning by the North Gauteng High Court confirming that the ANC-led government’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) was unconstitutional, irrational and procedurally flawed.

[DA] The DA welcomes the judgement handed down this morning by the North Gauteng High Court confirming that the ANC-led government's withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) was unconstitutional, irrational and procedurally flawed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Committee Urges Speed in Approving Restructuring Zones for Social Housing

[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements is concerned that the slow pace of identifying and approving areas for “restructuring zones” and social housing, will impact negatively on the targets of the National De…

[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements is concerned that the slow pace of identifying and approving areas for "restructuring zones" and social housing, will impact negatively on the targets of the National Development Plan (NDP), of transforming human settlements and ensuring economic integration by the year 2030.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Senators to Meet Governors Over Revenue Bill

[Nation] The Senate Finance Committee is expected to meet governors and Speakers of county assemblies over a Bill that determines the amount of money allocated for devolved functions.

[Nation] The Senate Finance Committee is expected to meet governors and Speakers of county assemblies over a Bill that determines the amount of money allocated for devolved functions.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Lecturers Say Strike Still On

[Nation] University Academic Staff Union (Uasu) members have insisted that the strike is still on saying government is not giving them acceptable terms.

[Nation] University Academic Staff Union (Uasu) members have insisted that the strike is still on saying government is not giving them acceptable terms.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cash in Transit Heist and ATM Blasted, Suspects Sought

[SAPS] Nelspruit -Police have launched a manhunt following a cash heist which took place yesterday on the Lydenburg and Nelspruit Road near Brondal outside the City (Nelspruit).

[SAPS] Nelspruit -Police have launched a manhunt following a cash heist which took place yesterday on the Lydenburg and Nelspruit Road near Brondal outside the City (Nelspruit).

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nasa Takes Vote Hunt to Jubilee-Leaning Zones

[Nation] The National Super Alliance is now taking the battle for votes to Jubilee zones in a bid to attract more support in the rival’s backyard following closure of the mass voter registration on Sunday.

[Nation] The National Super Alliance is now taking the battle for votes to Jubilee zones in a bid to attract more support in the rival's backyard following closure of the mass voter registration on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Government Condemns Acts of Incitement Made On Social Media

[SA Govt] The JCPS Cluster has noted with concern inflammatory remarks currently circulating on social media. These inflammatory posts are made by South Africans and foreign nationals against each other on social media posts. The threatening posts have…

[SA Govt] The JCPS Cluster has noted with concern inflammatory remarks currently circulating on social media. These inflammatory posts are made by South Africans and foreign nationals against each other on social media posts. The threatening posts have been escalating since the recent attacks on homes and property occupied by foreign nationals in Johannesburg and Tshwane. The Cluster calls for these acts that only seek to divide our communities to stop.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa