250,000 Swazi Still Need Food Aid

[Swazi Media] At the same time that King Mswati III told his subjects that Swaziland had been saved from the drought because people believed in God, the World Food Program reported 250,000 Swazi people would need assistance with food until at least Mar…

[Swazi Media] At the same time that King Mswati III told his subjects that Swaziland had been saved from the drought because people believed in God, the World Food Program reported 250,000 Swazi people would need assistance with food until at least March 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

New Leaders Sworn in

[New Times] Six new leaders in the government were sworn in today in Parliament, pledging to work together to fast-track the country’s development.

[New Times] Six new leaders in the government were sworn in today in Parliament, pledging to work together to fast-track the country's development.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Hundreds Attend Save SA’s ‘Real SONA’

[News24Wire] Young people speaking at Save South Africa’s “real State of the Nation Address” say citizens are fed up with the state of the country under the current administration.

[News24Wire] Young people speaking at Save South Africa's "real State of the Nation Address" say citizens are fed up with the state of the country under the current administration.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mobile Network Operators Demand Ban of Social Media

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWE’S mobile network operators are advocating for a ban on Over The Top Services (OTTs) after it emerged they were losing significant revenues as subscribers increasingly abandon voice calls for cheaper alternatives.

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWE'S mobile network operators are advocating for a ban on Over The Top Services (OTTs) after it emerged they were losing significant revenues as subscribers increasingly abandon voice calls for cheaper alternatives.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

TID, Top Bongo Flava Artistes on Police Supervision Over Narcotics

[Nation] Bongo Flava Artist Khalid Mohamed ‘TID’ and seven others were yesterday put under court and police supervision over their alleged involvement in narcotics. TID is best known to his Kenyan fans for a slew of hits including ‘Siamini’, ‘Zeze’ amo…

[Nation] Bongo Flava Artist Khalid Mohamed 'TID' and seven others were yesterday put under court and police supervision over their alleged involvement in narcotics. TID is best known to his Kenyan fans for a slew of hits including 'Siamini', 'Zeze' among others.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Secretary to Parliament Meets Press Leadership

[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament, Wednesday 8 February 2017 – Secretary to Parliament Mr Gengezi Mgidlana met the Executive Committee of the Parliament Gallery Association (PGA) and the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF), to iron out m…

[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament, Wednesday 8 February 2017 - Secretary to Parliament Mr Gengezi Mgidlana met the Executive Committee of the Parliament Gallery Association (PGA) and the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF), to iron out misunderstandings in the period leading up to the State of the Nation Address on Thursday 9 February.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

It Is Absolutely Shocking – the Deployment of More Than 400 Soldiers to the State of the Nation Address

[COPE] Congress of the People can only describe the deployment of more than 400 soldiers to parliament for the State of the Nation address as absolutely shocking and frightening. According to the Presidency this is to assist maintain ‘law and order’.

[COPE] Congress of the People can only describe the deployment of more than 400 soldiers to parliament for the State of the Nation address as absolutely shocking and frightening. According to the Presidency this is to assist maintain 'law and order'.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa