Geingob Suggests Football Match for Robbie

[Namibian] President Hage Geingob has suggested that Namibians organise a well-attended football match as a fitting send off for national sports mascot, Robson ‘Robbie’ Savage who died early Thursday morning.

[Namibian] President Hage Geingob has suggested that Namibians organise a well-attended football match as a fitting send off for national sports mascot, Robson 'Robbie' Savage who died early Thursday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Mugabe Attacks Allies and Opposition, Vows to Run Again

[VOA] Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe lashed out Friday against factions in his party angling to take over from him, saying they have no backing. The 93-year-old spoke at a rally in Lupane, about 600 kilometers southwest of Harare – as part of his e…

[VOA] Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe lashed out Friday against factions in his party angling to take over from him, saying they have no backing. The 93-year-old spoke at a rally in Lupane, about 600 kilometers southwest of Harare - as part of his effort to recruit young people to support him in next year's elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Proposed Land Amendment Patently Unconstitutional

[Monitor] There are four basic principles which govern the operation of Constitutional Law in any country. These include the Separation of Powers (Checks and Balances), the Rule of Law, Respect for Human Rights and the Basic Structure Doctrine.

[Monitor] There are four basic principles which govern the operation of Constitutional Law in any country. These include the Separation of Powers (Checks and Balances), the Rule of Law, Respect for Human Rights and the Basic Structure Doctrine.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Alarmed By Growing Defiance Govt Scraps Presumptive Tax for Small Businesses

[Addis Standard] Following days of defiance by small business owners in Oromia regional state and in the capital Addis Abeba against the newly introduced presumptive tax system, Kebede Chane, Director General of the Ethiopian Revenue and Customs Author…

[Addis Standard] Following days of defiance by small business owners in Oromia regional state and in the capital Addis Abeba against the newly introduced presumptive tax system, Kebede Chane, Director General of the Ethiopian Revenue and Customs Authority (ECRA), said the government was now scraping its implementation.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Hollywood Hasn’t Changed Me – Christine Wawira

[Nation] At the tender age of seven, Kenyan actress Christine Wawira relocated with her family to the United Kingdom and then the United States. While there she fell in love with acting.

[Nation] At the tender age of seven, Kenyan actress Christine Wawira relocated with her family to the United Kingdom and then the United States. While there she fell in love with acting.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

No Bail Yet for Nigerian Pastor Accused of Human Trafficking, Rape

[News24Wire] A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls will have to wait more than a month to convince the court to release him on bail.

[News24Wire] A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls will have to wait more than a month to convince the court to release him on bail.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Doctors in Limbo Over Ogun State’s Land Allocation

[Guardian] Ten years after some medical doctors were promised landed property in the Sagamu corridor by the Ogun authorities, that dream of home ownership seem to have evaporated, following their inability to secure land allocations.

[Guardian] Ten years after some medical doctors were promised landed property in the Sagamu corridor by the Ogun authorities, that dream of home ownership seem to have evaporated, following their inability to secure land allocations.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Boinnet Asks Odinga to Get Facts Right on Officers, Not See Rigging Everywhere

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has explained that 42 police officers accused of being part of a scheme to rig out NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga during next month’s election, are joining the National Intelligence Service.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has explained that 42 police officers accused of being part of a scheme to rig out NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga during next month's election, are joining the National Intelligence Service.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya