RNP Wants Prominent Roles for Women

[Daily Trust] The Deputy National Women Leader of the Re-build Nigeria Party (RNP), Dr. Stella Alhassan, has described lack of prominent roles for women in politics as “the bane of political crises in the country.”

[Daily Trust] The Deputy National Women Leader of the Re-build Nigeria Party (RNP), Dr. Stella Alhassan, has described lack of prominent roles for women in politics as "the bane of political crises in the country."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Adequate Security Is a Catalyst for Ease of Doing Business’

[Guardian] Onyekachi Adekoya, is the Managing Director of PR 24, a category ‘A’ licensed security company in Nigeria. In this interview with BANKOLE ORIMISAN, he shares his experience on private security business in Nigeria and how to use solutions to …

[Guardian] Onyekachi Adekoya, is the Managing Director of PR 24, a category 'A' licensed security company in Nigeria. In this interview with BANKOLE ORIMISAN, he shares his experience on private security business in Nigeria and how to use solutions to address customer service and challenges in the industry. Excerpts:

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Stability Team Ensures More Successes

[SAPS] The National Intervention Unit has again secured arrests during the past 24 hours. They have been deployed an operational team to ensure the stability in the Westrand Cluster, focussing mainly on Krugersdorp and Kagiso policing precincts.

[SAPS] The National Intervention Unit has again secured arrests during the past 24 hours. They have been deployed an operational team to ensure the stability in the Westrand Cluster, focussing mainly on Krugersdorp and Kagiso policing precincts.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cash-in-Transit Heist Thwarted, Suspects to Appear in Court

[SAPS] Nelspruit -A six-man gang is expected to appear at the Lydenburg Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 19 March 2018, after a planned cash-in-transit heist was thwarted as a result of the joint efforts by SAPS Mpumalanga and Limpopo Tracking Teams, lead…

[SAPS] Nelspruit -A six-man gang is expected to appear at the Lydenburg Magistrate's Court on Monday, 19 March 2018, after a planned cash-in-transit heist was thwarted as a result of the joint efforts by SAPS Mpumalanga and Limpopo Tracking Teams, leading to the arrest of the gang.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ethiopians Cross Into Kenya After Deadly Military Attacks

[Deutsche Welle] Over 8,000 Ethiopians have crossed into neighboring Kenya to seek asylum after government troops killed at least nine civilians in the border town of Moyale, says the International Red Cross.

[Deutsche Welle] Over 8,000 Ethiopians have crossed into neighboring Kenya to seek asylum after government troops killed at least nine civilians in the border town of Moyale, says the International Red Cross.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Turkey to Rebuild Somali Parliament

[East African] Somalia has signed an agreement with Turkey to rebuilt the former’s parliament in Mogadishu known as the People’s House.

[East African] Somalia has signed an agreement with Turkey to rebuilt the former’s parliament in Mogadishu known as the People’s House.

Govt Throws Businessman Chivayo Under the Bus

[The Herald] The Office of the President and Cabinet today threw businessman and Intratrek managing director, Mr Wicknell Chivayo under the bus after they denied that they played a role in the controversial awarding of a 100MW solar project tender to t…

[The Herald] The Office of the President and Cabinet today threw businessman and Intratrek managing director, Mr Wicknell Chivayo under the bus after they denied that they played a role in the controversial awarding of a 100MW solar project tender to the firm.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Enough of Bloodshed in Benue – Ortom

[Guardian] Makurdi -Benue governor, Samuel Ortom, has blown hot, saying “enough of blood shed in the state due to the atrocities meted on farmers by Fulani herdsmen.”

[Guardian] Makurdi -Benue governor, Samuel Ortom, has blown hot, saying "enough of blood shed in the state due to the atrocities meted on farmers by Fulani herdsmen."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mugabe Resigned Voluntarily – Govt

[The Herald] Former President Mr Robert Mugabe tendered his resignation in terms of Section 96, Sub Section 1, of the Constitution of Zimbabwe contrary to his claims that he was deposed through a coup.

[The Herald] Former President Mr Robert Mugabe tendered his resignation in terms of Section 96, Sub Section 1, of the Constitution of Zimbabwe contrary to his claims that he was deposed through a coup.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe