Sudan Will Become First Beneficiary of African CFTA – Minister

[SNA] Kigali -Minister of Trade and member of Sudan delegation participating in AU Extraordinary Summit on establishment of African Continental Free Trade Area(CFTA) in Kigali, Hatem Al-Sir said that Sudan would become the first beneficiary of establis…

[SNA] Kigali -Minister of Trade and member of Sudan delegation participating in AU Extraordinary Summit on establishment of African Continental Free Trade Area(CFTA) in Kigali, Hatem Al-Sir said that Sudan would become the first beneficiary of establishment of CFTA regarding tremendous resources Sudan enjoys in various domains.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Sanco Encourages South Africans to Continue to Break Down Racial Barriers

[News24Wire] The SA National Civic Organisation (Sanco) has encouraged South Africans to rededicate themselves to eradicate the legacy of colonialism and restore the dignity of those who were denied human rights during apartheid.

[News24Wire] The SA National Civic Organisation (Sanco) has encouraged South Africans to rededicate themselves to eradicate the legacy of colonialism and restore the dignity of those who were denied human rights during apartheid.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

MP Wants Protests in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu Restricted

[Nation] The National Assembly has began debate on a motion to compel the government to set aside areas in Kenya’s three biggest cities for the public to demonstrate and picket as provided for in the Constitution.

[Nation] The National Assembly has began debate on a motion to compel the government to set aside areas in Kenya's three biggest cities for the public to demonstrate and picket as provided for in the Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Can the DA’s Polite Land Reform Programme Save the Party From Itself?

[Daily Maverick] Think of it as the “They’re gonna take your house! – but to fend them off, we’ll start handing out title deeds” land reform pitch. At the very least, it’s a strategy. By RICHARD POPLAK.

[Daily Maverick] Think of it as the "They're gonna take your house! - but to fend them off, we'll start handing out title deeds" land reform pitch. At the very least, it's a strategy. By RICHARD POPLAK.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Brand South Africa in Collaboration With Constitution Hill Host Annual Human Rights Programme, 23 to 25 Mar

[Govt of SA] Today marks the commemoration of Human Rights Day – a day in remembrance of the Sharpeville massacre which took place on 21 March 1960. The massacre ensued as a result of protests against the Apartheid regime in the country.

[Govt of SA] Today marks the commemoration of Human Rights Day - a day in remembrance of the Sharpeville massacre which took place on 21 March 1960. The massacre ensued as a result of protests against the Apartheid regime in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Prime Bank to Provide Cash Services on Truck

[Nation] Prime Bank has launched a mobile banking unit that is targeted at cash-rich corporate customers.The “Bank on Wheels” is intended to offer cash-in-transit services for select customers at their convenience, through a specially designed vehicle.

[Nation] Prime Bank has launched a mobile banking unit that is targeted at cash-rich corporate customers.The "Bank on Wheels" is intended to offer cash-in-transit services for select customers at their convenience, through a specially designed vehicle.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hired Guns – Alarming Escalation in Political Assassinations Threatens Democracy, Study Finds

[Daily Maverick] Where there is corruption, there are likely to be contract killings: this is is one trend to emerge in a new study, just published, revealing shocking statistics with regard to political assassinations in South Africa, which have escal…

[Daily Maverick] Where there is corruption, there are likely to be contract killings: this is is one trend to emerge in a new study, just published, revealing shocking statistics with regard to political assassinations in South Africa, which have escalated dramatically in the past few years. A large proportion of contract killings have not only targeted politicians but also magistrates, lawyers and witnesses. Another significant finding is that more political hits occur in areas consistently governed by the same party - th

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa