Gambia – How Nigeria Made Gambian Supreme Court Give Unfavourable Judgement to Jammeh

[Premium Times] The action of the Nigerian chief justice influenced the decision of the Gambian Supreme Court not to entertain the suit by President Yahya Jammeh seeking to annul the result of an election he lost, PREMIUM TIMES has found.

[Premium Times] The action of the Nigerian chief justice influenced the decision of the Gambian Supreme Court not to entertain the suit by President Yahya Jammeh seeking to annul the result of an election he lost, PREMIUM TIMES has found.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Proteas Focused On Series Whitewash

[News24Wire] The Proteas have re-focused their attention on the prospect of a series whitewash in the third Sunfoil Test match against Sri Lanka starting at the Wanderers on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The Proteas have re-focused their attention on the prospect of a series whitewash in the third Sunfoil Test match against Sri Lanka starting at the Wanderers on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Under African Skies – Abuja’s Airport Fiasco

[Daily Maverick] Africa’s aviation safety record has improved dramatically in recent years, and we have Abuja to thank – it was here that vital new safety rules were agreed upon in 2012. It’s ironic and unfortunate, then, that Abuja’s own runway doesn’…

[Daily Maverick] Africa's aviation safety record has improved dramatically in recent years, and we have Abuja to thank - it was here that vital new safety rules were agreed upon in 2012. It's ironic and unfortunate, then, that Abuja's own runway doesn't make the grade. By SIMON ALLISON.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Poor Workmanship Costs Town Council

[The Herald] Poor workmanship by a construction firm contracted by Zvimba Rural District Council to tar three kilometres of road at Murombedzi Growth Point has led to the washing away of the prime tar from the road surface, thereby endangering plants, …

[The Herald] Poor workmanship by a construction firm contracted by Zvimba Rural District Council to tar three kilometres of road at Murombedzi Growth Point has led to the washing away of the prime tar from the road surface, thereby endangering plants, livestock, soil quality and aquatic life.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Increased Students School Enrolment

[Shabait] Barentu -Owing to the concerted awareness raising programs so far carried out in Forto-Sawa sub-zone, students’ school enrollment has shown substantial increase, according to Mr. Mohammed Idris Mohammed, Head of Education Ministry’s office in…

[Shabait] Barentu -Owing to the concerted awareness raising programs so far carried out in Forto-Sawa sub-zone, students' school enrollment has shown substantial increase, according to Mr. Mohammed Idris Mohammed, Head of Education Ministry's office in the sub-zone.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Proteas Prepare to Welcome World’s Top Nations

[Sascoc] A 12-strong squad has been named to represent the SPAR Protea team to take on Australia and England in the upcoming Quad Series to be staged in Durban later this month.

[Sascoc] A 12-strong squad has been named to represent the SPAR Protea team to take on Australia and England in the upcoming Quad Series to be staged in Durban later this month.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Is Jammeh Changing His Tone? – VIDEO

[allAfrica] Cape Town -In his latest speech to the nation, Yahya Jammeh said the 2016 election result – which he lost – is not credible, and criticised “foreign interference” and a “sustained smear campaign” about the country.

[allAfrica] Cape Town -In his latest speech to the nation, Yahya Jammeh said the 2016 election result - which he lost - is not credible, and criticised "foreign interference" and a "sustained smear campaign" about the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

We Have Enough Food – Ministry

[Daily News] Despite food shortage reports in some parts of the country, preliminary food production forecast for 2015/2016 indicates that the country has a surplus of more than 3 million metric tonnes.

[Daily News] Despite food shortage reports in some parts of the country, preliminary food production forecast for 2015/2016 indicates that the country has a surplus of more than 3 million metric tonnes.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania