National Team Gear Up for African Para Taekwondo Champs

[New Times] Rwanda para taekwondo national team has started early preparations with optimism to retain the title when they head to Agidir, Morocco for the 3rd African Para Taekwondo Championship set for March 28.

[New Times] Rwanda para taekwondo national team has started early preparations with optimism to retain the title when they head to Agidir, Morocco for the 3rd African Para Taekwondo Championship set for March 28.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Soldiers Defected From Somaliland Surrender to Puntland Authorities

[Shabelle] An estimated 160 soldiers have defected from the northern breakaway republic of Somaliland amid tension in Tukaraq town in Sool region. Sources said the forces have surrendered themselves to the rival Puntland authorities in Boohoodle town i…

[Shabelle] An estimated 160 soldiers have defected from the northern breakaway republic of Somaliland amid tension in Tukaraq town in Sool region. Sources said the forces have surrendered themselves to the rival Puntland authorities in Boohoodle town in Togdher region. The reason behind their defection remains unclear.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Police Target Immigrant Sex Workers in Gauteng

[This is Africa] Police are cracking down on sex workers in Gauteng for being illegal immigrants, not for sex work. We are only following orders from Home Affairs, say police.

[This is Africa] Police are cracking down on sex workers in Gauteng for being illegal immigrants, not for sex work. We are only following orders from Home Affairs, say police.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Imo Judiciary Is On Life Support – Ex-Magistrate

[Guardian] Owerri -As the issue of non-payment of Imo judges’ allowances for about 16 months and other frustrations on the judicial officers continue to rage, a magistrate in Imo State, Dr. Ahiezechukwu Daniel, has resigned his appointment, saying that…

[Guardian] Owerri -As the issue of non-payment of Imo judges' allowances for about 16 months and other frustrations on the judicial officers continue to rage, a magistrate in Imo State, Dr. Ahiezechukwu Daniel, has resigned his appointment, saying that arm of government is on 'life support.'

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Students March On Government

[Swazi Media] University students in Swaziland have boycotted classes and marched on the government protesting against unpaid and inadequate allowances.

[Swazi Media] University students in Swaziland have boycotted classes and marched on the government protesting against unpaid and inadequate allowances.

30 Rwanda Dairy Products Get S-Mark Certification

[New Times] About 32 dairy products by some eight companies have been given the Rwanda Standards Board (RSB), standardisation mark (S-Mark) after the quality assurance body gave them a clean bill of health.

[New Times] About 32 dairy products by some eight companies have been given the Rwanda Standards Board (RSB), standardisation mark (S-Mark) after the quality assurance body gave them a clean bill of health.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

National Bank of Malawi Opens New Chichiri Shopping Mall Service Centre

[Nyasa Times] National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc, a subsidiary of conglomerate Press Corporation Limited (PCL) plc has opened a new service centre at the Chichiri Shopping Mall in Blantyre.

[Nyasa Times] National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc, a subsidiary of conglomerate Press Corporation Limited (PCL) plc has opened a new service centre at the Chichiri Shopping Mall in Blantyre.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Jesus Stars At Nomads 4-0 Humiliation in DR Congo – CAF Champions League

[Nyasa Times] Malawi representatives at the CAF Champions League, Be Forward Wanderers FC have been thrashed 4 goals to nil at the hands of DR Congo club AS Vita in their preliminary group stage matches.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi representatives at the CAF Champions League, Be Forward Wanderers FC have been thrashed 4 goals to nil at the hands of DR Congo club AS Vita in their preliminary group stage matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Don’t Blame Us, INEC Says On Kano’s Underage Voters

[Premium Times] The Independent National Electoral Commission has sought to allay public worries over the credibility of Nigeria’s future elections after pictures of underage voters emerged from last Saturday’s local polls in Kano State.

[Premium Times] The Independent National Electoral Commission has sought to allay public worries over the credibility of Nigeria’s future elections after pictures of underage voters emerged from last Saturday’s local polls in Kano State.