EFF, Madisha Removal During SONA Referred to Rules Committee

[News24Wire] Parliament has referred the physical removal of Congress of the People MP Willie Madisha and the violent ejection of EFF members to the joint rules committee.

[News24Wire] Parliament has referred the physical removal of Congress of the People MP Willie Madisha and the violent ejection of EFF members to the joint rules committee.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Farmer Field Schools Help Women Lead On Climate Change

[IPS] Kampala -Discussions around climate change have largely ignored how men and women are affected by climate change differently, instead choosing to highlight the extreme and unpredictable weather patterns or decreases in agricultural productivity.

[IPS] Kampala -Discussions around climate change have largely ignored how men and women are affected by climate change differently, instead choosing to highlight the extreme and unpredictable weather patterns or decreases in agricultural productivity.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Church, Hospital Sued Over U.S.$160 000 Electricity Bill

[The Herald] The United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe and its mission hospital in Chipinge have been dragged to the High Court for allegedly failing to pay a combined electricity bill to the tune of $162 000.

[The Herald] The United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe and its mission hospital in Chipinge have been dragged to the High Court for allegedly failing to pay a combined electricity bill to the tune of $162 000.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Zimbabwe’s Mzembi Will Not Fail Africa’s UNWTO Vision

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister, Dr Walter Mzembi, has been entrusted to carry the African torch to the portals of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation and his vision articulated in a 10-point plan he announce…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister, Dr Walter Mzembi, has been entrusted to carry the African torch to the portals of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation and his vision articulated in a 10-point plan he announced during the official launch of his campaign in Madrid, Spain, recently, must have left many salivating while keeping their fingers crossed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Country Wait For Ruling On Chief Justice Interviews

[The Herald] The Supreme Court will today determine the “correctness or otherwise” of a decision by High Court judge Justice Charles Hungwe to suspend public interviews in the selection of a new Chief Justice pending amendment of the Constitution. Just…

[The Herald] The Supreme Court will today determine the "correctness or otherwise" of a decision by High Court judge Justice Charles Hungwe to suspend public interviews in the selection of a new Chief Justice pending amendment of the Constitution. Justice Hungwe on December 11 last year, suspended the interview process after a successful application by a University of Zimbabwe law student, Mr Romeo Taombera Zibani.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ghost of 2016 Haunts CAPS United

[The Herald] Harare/Maseru -CAPS United marked their return to the CAF Champions League in the same farcical way which characterised their last campaign in Africa’s premier inter-club football tournament with a number of administrative boobs stalking t…

[The Herald] Harare/Maseru -CAPS United marked their return to the CAF Champions League in the same farcical way which characterised their last campaign in Africa's premier inter-club football tournament with a number of administrative boobs stalking the Green Machine's challenge once again. Makepekepe ended a lengthy 11-year wait for a dance with the continent's elite football clubs when they plunged into the 2016 Champions League with an away, first leg, contest against Lesotho champions Lioli in Maseru on Saturday which ended in a

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Provincial Commissioner Satisfied With 40 Years Jail Term Meted to a Rapist

[SAPS] Nelspruit -The Provincial Commissioner of the police in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma is pleased with a 40 year jail term meted to another rapist who sexually abused two minors in the year 2013.

[SAPS] Nelspruit -The Provincial Commissioner of the police in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma is pleased with a 40 year jail term meted to another rapist who sexually abused two minors in the year 2013.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa