Zuma, Guptas Lead SA’s Shadow Criminal State – Maimane

[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane on Sunday said that leaked Gupta emails published in the weekend papers amounted to concrete proof of a “shadow criminal state in South Africa” which is led by the Gupta and Zuma families.

[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane on Sunday said that leaked Gupta emails published in the weekend papers amounted to concrete proof of a "shadow criminal state in South Africa" which is led by the Gupta and Zuma families.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Heuningvlei Residents Get Decent Houses

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Housing Development Agency (HDA) has been commended for helping to restore the dignity and quality of life of the people of Heuningvlei by giving them better homes.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Housing Development Agency (HDA) has been commended for helping to restore the dignity and quality of life of the people of Heuningvlei by giving them better homes.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Gupta Pillage of Our Country Requires Stern Legal Action

[DA] What has emerged today is the existence of concrete proof confirming what South Africans have known for some time: the ANC has created, aided, and sponsored a shadow criminal state in South Africa, led by the Guptas and the Zumas.

[DA] What has emerged today is the existence of concrete proof confirming what South Africans have known for some time: the ANC has created, aided, and sponsored a shadow criminal state in South Africa, led by the Guptas and the Zumas.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Black Women Know That Black Lives Don’t Matter – Anglican Archbishop

[News24Wire] Black women in South Africa know on many levels that “black lives do not matter,” Thabo Makgoba, the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, said in a sermon delivered in Germany on Sunday.

[News24Wire] Black women in South Africa know on many levels that "black lives do not matter," Thabo Makgoba, the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, said in a sermon delivered in Germany on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Supporters Give Raila ‘Presidential’ Escort As IEBC Flags Off Race for State House

[Capital FM] Nairobi -A convoy of cars snaked its way from the All Saints Cathedral on Sunday morning to the Kenyatta International Convention Centre where former Premier Raila Odinga would later receive the all clear from the Independent Electoral and…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -A convoy of cars snaked its way from the All Saints Cathedral on Sunday morning to the Kenyatta International Convention Centre where former Premier Raila Odinga would later receive the all clear from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to contest for the Presidency ahead of the August General Election.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

IEBC Appoints Acting ICT Director After Sending Muhati On Compulsory Leave

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has appointed Chris Msando, its Manager Data Centre and Infrastructure, acting Director of ICT.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has appointed Chris Msando, its Manager Data Centre and Infrastructure, acting Director of ICT.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Caster Semenya Claims Another Win

[News24Wire] Caster Semenya extended her lead in the Diamond League series in her specialist event, winning the Women’s 800m race at the third leg of the campaign in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday night.

[News24Wire] Caster Semenya extended her lead in the Diamond League series in her specialist event, winning the Women's 800m race at the third leg of the campaign in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday night.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Biafra Is Not a Dirty Word

[This Day] For the record, I was born after the Biafra war. Everything I know about it was what I heard or read from different sides to the conflict. Since I was not around to follow the events by myself and make my own call, I have had to rely on othe…

[This Day] For the record, I was born after the Biafra war. Everything I know about it was what I heard or read from different sides to the conflict. Since I was not around to follow the events by myself and make my own call, I have had to rely on other people's accounts in trying to understand what caused the war. Everybody tells the story to their own advantage. That's natural. All said and done, though, I have consistently come to one conclusion: we went to war because our leaders were too young and too immature t

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria