Bringbackourgirls Group to Commence Fresh Round of Protests

[Premium Times] The Bring Back Our Girls Group has said it will commence another round of protests to demand the release of the remaining 196 girls abducted by the Boko Haram terrorists in April 2014.

[Premium Times] The Bring Back Our Girls Group has said it will commence another round of protests to demand the release of the remaining 196 girls abducted by the Boko Haram terrorists in April 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why We Went On Rampage in Sambisa – Soldiers

[Premium Times] Nigerian soldiers who revolted against their superior officers inside the dreaded Sambisa forest in December were protesting the poor treatment meted out on them by military authorities, PREMIUM TIMES can reliably reveal.

[Premium Times] Nigerian soldiers who revolted against their superior officers inside the dreaded Sambisa forest in December were protesting the poor treatment meted out on them by military authorities, PREMIUM TIMES can reliably reveal.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Stolen Sheep Recovered, Suspects Still At Large

[SAPS] Four suspected stolen sheep were found tied with rope in the bushes at Mooi River area by the police. A case of stock theft was opened at Mooi River for further investigation and no arrest made. On Saturday, 30 December 2016, the farmer counted …

[SAPS] Four suspected stolen sheep were found tied with rope in the bushes at Mooi River area by the police. A case of stock theft was opened at Mooi River for further investigation and no arrest made. On Saturday, 30 December 2016, the farmer counted his sheep at Northineton Farm, Mooi River and they were all present. The next day on New Year's Eve he counted them again and noticed that four sheep were missing. The local police were contacted at they started to follow a spoor that led them to a nearby forest whe

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Suspect Runs Over Cop

[The Herald] A Kuwadzana man allegedly ran over a police officer who sought to arrested him for fraud and abandoned his vehicle while the law enforcer was trapped underneath.

[The Herald] A Kuwadzana man allegedly ran over a police officer who sought to arrested him for fraud and abandoned his vehicle while the law enforcer was trapped underneath.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Suspects Arrested for Stock Theft and Possession of Illegal Firearm

[SAPS] The Police in Magatle near Lebowakgomo, arrested two suspects, aged 48 and 41 years, on the 2017-01-02 at about 20:00, for allegedly stealing livestock during the of 2014 to 2016.

[SAPS] The Police in Magatle near Lebowakgomo, arrested two suspects, aged 48 and 41 years, on the 2017-01-02 at about 20:00, for allegedly stealing livestock during the of 2014 to 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Musicians Record Song for the Warriors

[The Herald] Naledi Sande -Local dancehall artistes Bounty Lisa, Abra Simzz, T-Mula have teamed up to compose a song dedicated to the Warriors who will take part in the AFCON later this month in Gabon.

[The Herald] Naledi Sande -Local dancehall artistes Bounty Lisa, Abra Simzz, T-Mula have teamed up to compose a song dedicated to the Warriors who will take part in the AFCON later this month in Gabon.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

76% Typhoid Cases Reported in Harare – Report

[The Herald] Lloyd Gumbo and Innocent Ruwende -Harare City Council has contributed 76 percent of the overall typhoid cases countrywide with two deaths, 126 suspected and 12 confirmed cases, it has been learnt.

[The Herald] Lloyd Gumbo and Innocent Ruwende -Harare City Council has contributed 76 percent of the overall typhoid cases countrywide with two deaths, 126 suspected and 12 confirmed cases, it has been learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Breakaway Minstrels Blame Sabotage for Five Hour Delay

[News24Wire] Sabotage was to blame for the delayed start of the minstrels’ event at Athlone stadium, Cape Town Minstrel Carnival Association (CTMCA) CEO Kevin Momberg said on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] Sabotage was to blame for the delayed start of the minstrels' event at Athlone stadium, Cape Town Minstrel Carnival Association (CTMCA) CEO Kevin Momberg said on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa