Cops in Court for Stealing U.S.$30,000

[New Zimbabwe] TWO police officers have landed in the dock for allegedly stealing $31,000 from a Zambian national who was booked at a Harare local hotel after accusing him of money laundering.

[New Zimbabwe] TWO police officers have landed in the dock for allegedly stealing $31,000 from a Zambian national who was booked at a Harare local hotel after accusing him of money laundering.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Army Officer Nabbed Over Raw Ivory

[New Zimbabwe] A ZIMBABWE National Army officer was last week arraigned before Harare magistrate Lazini Ncube after he was caught in possession of unmarked raw ivory he intended to sell.

[New Zimbabwe] A ZIMBABWE National Army officer was last week arraigned before Harare magistrate Lazini Ncube after he was caught in possession of unmarked raw ivory he intended to sell.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tunisia Signs Pact for Direct Access to Africa Human Rights Court

[Capital FM] Arusha, Tanzania -Tunisia has signed a declaration to allow its citizens and NGOs in the country to file cases directly at the African Court on Human and People’s Rights (AfCHPR).

[Capital FM] Arusha, Tanzania -Tunisia has signed a declaration to allow its citizens and NGOs in the country to file cases directly at the African Court on Human and People's Rights (AfCHPR).

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘He’s Drinking Water From Jail,’ Ruling Party’s Bwalya Mocks Hichilema

[Zambia Reports] Frank Bwalya, the Patriotic Front spokesperson, has mocked the incanceration of leading opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema saying he spent the Easter Holiday drinking water behind bars.

[Zambia Reports] Frank Bwalya, the Patriotic Front spokesperson, has mocked the incanceration of leading opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema saying he spent the Easter Holiday drinking water behind bars.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

U.S. Denies Reports of Airstrikes in Somalia Last Week – Africa Command

[Dalsan Radio] US Africa Command said in a release that US military did not conduct any counterterrorism strikes in southwest Somalia on April 14 contrary to what the media has reported.

[Dalsan Radio] US Africa Command said in a release that US military did not conduct any counterterrorism strikes in southwest Somalia on April 14 contrary to what the media has reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

U.S. Strikes ‘Kill More Than 100 Shabaab Terrorists’

[Dalsan Radio] US aircraft attacked southern Somalia on Saturday morning, killing more than 100 Al-Shabaab militants, including 20 commanders, residents and officials have said.

[Dalsan Radio] US aircraft attacked southern Somalia on Saturday morning, killing more than 100 Al-Shabaab militants, including 20 commanders, residents and officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Mugabe Squandered Peaceful Retirement Chance – Tsvangirai

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe should have stepped down after the Government of National Unity (GNU) as the country was on course for peace and development after years of strife and misrule, opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangairai has said.

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe should have stepped down after the Government of National Unity (GNU) as the country was on course for peace and development after years of strife and misrule, opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangairai has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

We Are Ready for Free and Fair Nominations–Jubilee Aspirant

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Ahead of Jubilee nominations set for Friday, former Industrialization Assistant Minister Nderitu Muriithi has called on Kenyans to embrace peaceful campaigns and shun politicians who would incite them to violence.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Ahead of Jubilee nominations set for Friday, former Industrialization Assistant Minister Nderitu Muriithi has called on Kenyans to embrace peaceful campaigns and shun politicians who would incite them to violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Wiper to Disqualify Aspirants Involved in Violence During Nominations

[Capital FM] Mombasa -The Wiper Democratic Movement has warned against violence in its nominations starting tomorrow, vowing to disqualify aspirants who will not conform.

[Capital FM] Mombasa -The Wiper Democratic Movement has warned against violence in its nominations starting tomorrow, vowing to disqualify aspirants who will not conform.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya