Odinga Endorsement of Ford-K’s Onyonka Ruffles Feathers in Nasa

[Nation] The endorsement of Richard Onyonka by Nasa leader Raila Odinga for the Kitutu Chache South parliamentary seat has set raised temperatures among other candidates affiliated to the coalition.

[Nation] The endorsement of Richard Onyonka by Nasa leader Raila Odinga for the Kitutu Chache South parliamentary seat has set raised temperatures among other candidates affiliated to the coalition.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Lions Beat Ruaraka in Super League

[Nation] Stray Lions’ left-arm spinner Hiren Viraiya on Sunday shone with the ball, taking six wickets in a Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association Super League match in which his team beat their hosts, Ruaraka Sports Club, by eight wickets.

[Nation] Stray Lions' left-arm spinner Hiren Viraiya on Sunday shone with the ball, taking six wickets in a Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association Super League match in which his team beat their hosts, Ruaraka Sports Club, by eight wickets.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Burundi in Panic As Nkurunziza Seeks to Extend Reign

[CAJ News] Kigali -AFRICAN leaders have been urged to urgently address the worsening crisis in Burundi, which coincides with the country becoming the first nation to the International Criminal Court (ICC). The East African country withdrew on October 2…

[CAJ News] Kigali -AFRICAN leaders have been urged to urgently address the worsening crisis in Burundi, which coincides with the country becoming the first nation to the International Criminal Court (ICC). The East African country withdrew on October 27. Indications that President Pierre Nkurunziza could run for another term in 2020 have exacerbated tensions. Nkurunziza (53) is seeking possibly 14 more years of power. If this draft constitution is adopted by referendum, which should be held at the beginning of 2018, he could

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Evicted Villagers Freed From Police Custody

[CAJ News] Bulawayo -A ZIMBABWEAN court south of the country has released on free bail over 70 villagers, including the elderly and juveniles, arrested during conflict over land with the government. The 72 villagers in the drought-prone Matopo, Matabel…

[CAJ News] Bulawayo -A ZIMBABWEAN court south of the country has released on free bail over 70 villagers, including the elderly and juveniles, arrested during conflict over land with the government. The 72 villagers in the drought-prone Matopo, Matabeleland South were arrested last week as the officers of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) forcibly evicted them Fox Farm. They are charged with contravening the Gazetted Land (Consequential Provisions) Act. President Robert Mugabe's government uses the law to take over land purpo

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Political Temperatures Soar Towards Polls

[CAJ News] Harare -HUMAN rights groups are concerned at the cases of political violence increasing ahead of watershed elections set for next year in Zimbabwe. This has manifested itself in intimidation and harassment that have beset the ongoing biometr…

[CAJ News] Harare -HUMAN rights groups are concerned at the cases of political violence increasing ahead of watershed elections set for next year in Zimbabwe. This has manifested itself in intimidation and harassment that have beset the ongoing biometric voters' registration (BVR) exercise. Political activists, mainly from the ruling Zanu-PF, traditional leaders aligned to the party and the youths are reportedly misinforming people the BVR is a surveillance tool that will be used to smoke out people who do not vote 'wisely'

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe