Citizens Urged to Cooperate with Justice System

[VOA] As incidents of street justice grow in Cameroon, judicial authorities are urging the population to cooperate with the justice process instead of taking the law into their own hands.

[VOA] As incidents of street justice grow in Cameroon, judicial authorities are urging the population to cooperate with the justice process instead of taking the law into their own hands.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Law Must Formalise Customary Marriage Divorce Token

[The Herald] Danai Chirawu When people are making wedding arrangements about which portion of the guests will get to eat the coleslaw salad; the last thing one plans for is for another woman to bolt in to stop the marriage.

[The Herald] Danai Chirawu When people are making wedding arrangements about which portion of the guests will get to eat the coleslaw salad; the last thing one plans for is for another woman to bolt in to stop the marriage.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tobacco Farmers Lavish Praise On Marketing Board

[The Herald] The increase in the number of tobacco auction floors has triggered cut-throat competition among the players in the sector, a situation that farmers say has brought great improvement in service delivery and the marketing of their crop.

[The Herald] The increase in the number of tobacco auction floors has triggered cut-throat competition among the players in the sector, a situation that farmers say has brought great improvement in service delivery and the marketing of their crop.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Human Right Situation in Cameroon – Routine but Dust-Raising Report!

[Cameroon Tribune] Writing on global human right situations is a traditional practice by Amnesty International, but targeting Cameroon with perpetual accusations, in a war situation, leaves much to be desired.

[Cameroon Tribune] Writing on global human right situations is a traditional practice by Amnesty International, but targeting Cameroon with perpetual accusations, in a war situation, leaves much to be desired.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

‘SADC Must Self-Fund’

[The Herald] The Southern African Development Community should explore ways to fund its programmes because having development partners bankroll a fraction of its activities is not sustainable, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Edgar Mbwembwe has said….

[The Herald] The Southern African Development Community should explore ways to fund its programmes because having development partners bankroll a fraction of its activities is not sustainable, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Edgar Mbwembwe has said. Deputy Minister Mbwembwe said while there had been a significant improvement in the percentage in which member States were funding activities, more needed to be done.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

FCMGs Adjusting to Economic Realities

[This Day] Nigeria’s fast moving consumer goods (FCMG) sector is one of the hardest hit by the economic crisis in the country that has been raging since 2015, a report has stated.

[This Day] Nigeria's fast moving consumer goods (FCMG) sector is one of the hardest hit by the economic crisis in the country that has been raging since 2015, a report has stated.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Interpreter in Carl Schoombie Case Goes AWOL

[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court on Wednesday ordered police to track down and haul in an interpreter who failed to pitch for the trial of Carl Schoombie’s alleged killers.

[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court on Wednesday ordered police to track down and haul in an interpreter who failed to pitch for the trial of Carl Schoombie's alleged killers.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Sassa Must Choose a Payment System Urgently – Reserve Bank

[News24Wire] Sassa needs to make a decision on its preferred system of paying out social grants to more than 17 million people, and it needs to do so urgently, the South African Reserve Bank says.

[News24Wire] Sassa needs to make a decision on its preferred system of paying out social grants to more than 17 million people, and it needs to do so urgently, the South African Reserve Bank says.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa