600 Farmers Benefit From Resettlement Fund

[New Era] Windhoek -Six hundred and one resettled farmers have so far benefited from a post-settlement support fund set up in 2009 as part of land reform attempts by the Ministry of Land Reform. A total of N$74.048 million was disbursed to the 601 rese…

[New Era] Windhoek -Six hundred and one resettled farmers have so far benefited from a post-settlement support fund set up in 2009 as part of land reform attempts by the Ministry of Land Reform. A total of N$74.048 million was disbursed to the 601 resettled farmers since the establishment of the fund in July 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Inadmissible Lawlessness!

[Cameroon Tribune] Observers of the ongoing socio-political situation in the country, especially the state of affairs in the two Anglophone regions, are certainly at a loss with the direction the crisis is taking. From a simple industrial action of Eng…

[Cameroon Tribune] Observers of the ongoing socio-political situation in the country, especially the state of affairs in the two Anglophone regions, are certainly at a loss with the direction the crisis is taking. From a simple industrial action of English-speaking teachers and Common Law Lawyers to claims on the form of the State by political opportunists, the crisis has gone deadly. Regrettably, forces of law and order appear to be the target of lawbreakers now. Three gendarmerie officers have lost their lives in a space o

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Judicial Sovereignty – Victoire Ingabire and the African Court

[Fahamu] Rwandan prisoner of conscience Victoire Ingabire has appealed at the African Court. But the court faces challenges. Despite criticising the International Criminal Court, African nations have shown only lukewarm support for their own court as a…

[Fahamu] Rwandan prisoner of conscience Victoire Ingabire has appealed at the African Court. But the court faces challenges. Despite criticising the International Criminal Court, African nations have shown only lukewarm support for their own court as an alternative. Only 30 of the 54 member states of the AU recognize the African Court. And of these just eight support the hearing of cases brought by citizens.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Court Trashes Plea Against Appointment of Chief Justice

[Zimbabwe Independent] Supreme Court judge Justice Bharat Patel says University of Zimbabwe law student Romeo Zibani’s application to stop the conducting of interviews for the chief justice’s post last year was based on imagined fears and facile opinio…

[Zimbabwe Independent] Supreme Court judge Justice Bharat Patel says University of Zimbabwe law student Romeo Zibani's application to stop the conducting of interviews for the chief justice's post last year was based on imagined fears and facile opinion with no strong foundational basis.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe