Presidential Assistant – Sudan Stands Firm in Face of Plots

[SNA] Khartoum -The Assistant of the President of the Republic Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamid has stressed that Sudan is currently passing a stage in its history that requires unifying the internal front and moving forwards to the building of the state and comb…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Assistant of the President of the Republic Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamid has stressed that Sudan is currently passing a stage in its history that requires unifying the internal front and moving forwards to the building of the state and combatting poverty and illiteracy

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Report On Plan of National Civil Defence Council for Rainy Season Discussed

[SNA] Khartoum -The technical committee of the governance and administration sector, chaired by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Presidency, Tareq Haj Ali, reviewed in its meeting Tuesday a report of the Ministry of Interior on the rainy seaso…

[SNA] Khartoum -The technical committee of the governance and administration sector, chaired by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Presidency, Tareq Haj Ali, reviewed in its meeting Tuesday a report of the Ministry of Interior on the rainy season in the year 2016 and the plan of the National Civil Defence Council for the rainy season of the year 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

We’re Firmly United Behind Tsvangirai’s Leadership – Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] The opposition MDC-T party has insisted that it is united under the leadership of Morgan Tsvangirai, denying reports its veteran leader may be ousted.

[New Zimbabwe] The opposition MDC-T party has insisted that it is united under the leadership of Morgan Tsvangirai, denying reports its veteran leader may be ousted.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fake ID Card Printing Ring Busted

[The Herald] Police have arrested people in Harare who were allegedly printing fake national identity documents and the suspects will appear in court soon. In a statement yesterday, the Registrar-General’s Office said the system was alert to any shenan…

[The Herald] Police have arrested people in Harare who were allegedly printing fake national identity documents and the suspects will appear in court soon. In a statement yesterday, the Registrar-General's Office said the system was alert to any shenanigans. "The Registrar-General security got a tip off about criminals who are printing fake national identity documents and sought the assistance of the police to arrest the culprits," the RG's office said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Johnnie, Kamyuka Were Habitual Fighters – Witness

[Monitor] Kampala -The trial of the murder of John Ahimbisbwe aka Jonnie at Guvnor, a popular city hangout, continued yesterday with the club’s manager testifying that the accused and the deceased had been banned from the nightclub for fighting.

[Monitor] Kampala -The trial of the murder of John Ahimbisbwe aka Jonnie at Guvnor, a popular city hangout, continued yesterday with the club's manager testifying that the accused and the deceased had been banned from the nightclub for fighting.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

MCSN Woos Coson, Seeks Reconciliation of Royalties

[Guardian] Sequel to its approval and licencing to operate as rights and royalties collective society by the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), Musical Copyright Society Nigeria (MCSN) Ltd/Gte has approached the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) f…

[Guardian] Sequel to its approval and licencing to operate as rights and royalties collective society by the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), Musical Copyright Society Nigeria (MCSN) Ltd/Gte has approached the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) for collaboration and reconciliation of accounts. MCSN, in a letter to COSON and its chairman, Chief Tony Okoroji, has invited COSON to consider the possibility of collaboration and cooperation for mutual benefits of individual members, affiliates and clients.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Democracy Not Fully Understood in Burundi, Say Catholic Bishops

[Iwacu] In a declaration they issued on 9 June, the Catholic Bishops of Burundi say democracy is not yet fully understood in the country. They say they are concerned about the people who are being intimidated by some administrative officials.

[Iwacu] In a declaration they issued on 9 June, the Catholic Bishops of Burundi say democracy is not yet fully understood in the country. They say they are concerned about the people who are being intimidated by some administrative officials.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Apaa Land Dispute – Acholi MPs to Boycott Parliament

[Monitor] Gulu -A section of Legislators from Acholi Sub-region under their umbrella body, Acholi Parliamentary Group [APG], have threatened to boycott parliamentary sittings if the government doesn’t intervene immediately in the land dispute between t…

[Monitor] Gulu -A section of Legislators from Acholi Sub-region under their umbrella body, Acholi Parliamentary Group [APG], have threatened to boycott parliamentary sittings if the government doesn't intervene immediately in the land dispute between the Acholi and the Madi communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda