Cop Receives International Female Police Peacekeeper Award

[This is Africa] Zimbabwe’s Assistant Inspector of Police Annah Chota was recently awarded the International Female Police Peacekeeper Award for her service and achievements in the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA). Today we take…

[This is Africa] Zimbabwe's Assistant Inspector of Police Annah Chota was recently awarded the International Female Police Peacekeeper Award for her service and achievements in the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA). Today we take great pride in celebrating the achievements of the remarkable African woman. Keep soaring, the continent celebrates with you.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Judiciary Unearthed Outgoing Chief Justice ‘s Actual Age

[Monitor] Kampala -Three separate investigations carried out by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) mid last year, put in a tight corner the outgoing deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma to accept that he had reduced his actual age by one year, Daily M…

[Monitor] Kampala -Three separate investigations carried out by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) mid last year, put in a tight corner the outgoing deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma to accept that he had reduced his actual age by one year, Daily Monitor has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Can They Bring Real Change, Asks Presidential Candidate Cummings

[New Dawn] There is this proverbial saying that when the lion is not around, the deer runs wide in the pasture. This was exactly the case during the final presidential debate here on Tuesday when former Coco Cola executive Alexander Cummings questions …

[New Dawn] There is this proverbial saying that when the lion is not around, the deer runs wide in the pasture. This was exactly the case during the final presidential debate here on Tuesday when former Coco Cola executive Alexander Cummings questions whether Boakai, Brumskine and Dr. Mills Jones can provide Liberians the needed change they've desire.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Tear Gas Rocks Mbarara As Police Battle With FDC’s Ingrid, Amuriat

[Monitor] Mbarara -Business paralysed in Mbarara town as police battled with Forum for Democratic Change’s secretary for mobilization Ingrid Turinawe and the party presidential candidate Amuriat Patrick Oboi who led a procession against lifting of the …

[Monitor] Mbarara -Business paralysed in Mbarara town as police battled with Forum for Democratic Change's secretary for mobilization Ingrid Turinawe and the party presidential candidate Amuriat Patrick Oboi who led a procession against lifting of the presidential age limit.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Age Limit Protests Spread to Mbale, Arua, Mbarara, Masaka and Pader

[Monitor] Mbale -Police in the eastern Mbale District have taken one person into custody following protests that broke out against the planned amendment of the Constitution to lift the presidential age-limit.

[Monitor] Mbale -Police in the eastern Mbale District have taken one person into custody following protests that broke out against the planned amendment of the Constitution to lift the presidential age-limit.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Zuma ‘Still Considering’ SABC Board Candidates Despite Interim Term Expiry

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma is “still considering” the 12 names recommended by Parliament to fill non-executive posts on the SABC board – despite the interim board’s term expiring on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma is "still considering" the 12 names recommended by Parliament to fill non-executive posts on the SABC board - despite the interim board's term expiring on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Sexist’ Apartheid Land Law Declared Unconstitutional

[News24Wire] A piece of legislation in the Upgrading of Land Tenure Rights Act used in the allocation of housing during the apartheid era was ruled unconstitutional in the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] A piece of legislation in the Upgrading of Land Tenure Rights Act used in the allocation of housing during the apartheid era was ruled unconstitutional in the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa