Transitional Govt When Mugabe Goes?

[allAfrica] Zimbabwe’s Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa envisages forming a transitional government with opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai when President Robert Mugabe steps down or dies, according to a report by Reuters news agency.

[allAfrica] Zimbabwe's Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa envisages forming a transitional government with opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai when President Robert Mugabe steps down or dies, according to a report by Reuters news agency.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Another Rapist Sent to 18 Years in Prison

[SAPS] Madadeni Regional Court convicted and sentenced Bongani Tsotetsi (25) to 18 years imprisonment for raping a seven-year-old boy. The accused was sentenced on 31 August this year after he appeared in court several times.

[SAPS] Madadeni Regional Court convicted and sentenced Bongani Tsotetsi (25) to 18 years imprisonment for raping a seven-year-old boy. The accused was sentenced on 31 August this year after he appeared in court several times.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Parliament On Inhumane Treatment By Free State Farmer

[Govt of SA] The Select Committee on Economic and Business Development has expressed shock and anger at the behaviour of a farmer who allegedly fed his farmworkers with rotten meat while fresh meat is reserved for lions.

[Govt of SA] The Select Committee on Economic and Business Development has expressed shock and anger at the behaviour of a farmer who allegedly fed his farmworkers with rotten meat while fresh meat is reserved for lions.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Techcentral – We Go Inside the Guptabot Fake News Network

[Daily Maverick] On Monday last week, Richard Poplak, in his Trainspotter column on the Daily Maverick, wrote a funny but scathing rant about the two Zuma sons, Edward and Duduzane (or is that Duduzani?). By Tuesday his Twitter timeline was clogged wit…

[Daily Maverick] On Monday last week, Richard Poplak, in his Trainspotter column on the Daily Maverick, wrote a funny but scathing rant about the two Zuma sons, Edward and Duduzane (or is that Duduzani?). By Tuesday his Twitter timeline was clogged with insults and defamatory memes from a bunch of anonymous Twitter trolls. Talk to any South African journalist reporting on the relationship between the Guptas and President Zuma or his acolytes and they'll tell you a similar story. Abuse from the so-called Guptabots is the ne

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Admassu Tadesse – “Mauritius ought to be a bigger stakeholder in COMESA’s Bank”

[L’Express] On the 33rd annual general meeting of COMESA’s Trade and Development Bank, Weekly speaks to Admassu Tadesse, president and CEO of the bank, about its role in regional integration, Mauritius’ role in the bank and the region as well as where …

[L'Express] On the 33rd annual general meeting of COMESA's Trade and Development Bank, Weekly speaks to Admassu Tadesse, president and CEO of the bank, about its role in regional integration, Mauritius' role in the bank and the region as well as where he sees its future heading.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Smoker Dies in Cigarette Fire

[Namibian] A 51-year-old man died in a fire he accidentally started when he tried to light a cigarette at Ombundu village, Onankali area, in the early hours of yesterday, police have said.

[Namibian] A 51-year-old man died in a fire he accidentally started when he tried to light a cigarette at Ombundu village, Onankali area, in the early hours of yesterday, police have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Institutionalizing Corruption Prevention Practices

[Ethiopian Herald] Seeing the recent mass arrest of corruption suspects ,some say corruption is being taken for granted in Ethiopia and call for ramping up efforts in the fight against this social malice. Others also urge the government to work harder …

[Ethiopian Herald] Seeing the recent mass arrest of corruption suspects ,some say corruption is being taken for granted in Ethiopia and call for ramping up efforts in the fight against this social malice. Others also urge the government to work harder to prevent corruption before it occurs.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia