KZN Government Stands With Zwelithini Against Recommendation to Dissolve Ingonyama Trust

[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal government would “never” support any recommendation aimed at undermining the role of traditional leaders on land issues, Premier Willies Mchunu said on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal government would "never" support any recommendation aimed at undermining the role of traditional leaders on land issues, Premier Willies Mchunu said on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hammer-Wielding Robbers Attack, Shoot Former Gaddafi Banker

[News24Wire] Slain Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s banker, linked by the United Nations to the payment of $800m (about R9.3bn at the current rand/dollar exchange rate) into a bank account in Kenya from one in South Africa, was wounded in a shooting i…

[News24Wire] Slain Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's banker, linked by the United Nations to the payment of $800m (about R9.3bn at the current rand/dollar exchange rate) into a bank account in Kenya from one in South Africa, was wounded in a shooting in Atholl Oaklands, northern Johannesburg, police confirmed on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Displaced Otodo-Gbame Kids Get Food, Gifts

[Guardian] The air was filled with excitement, and it instantly translated to bold expression of happiness and gratitude on the faces of the kids as the food train of Lagos-based Newcastle Food Company, promoters of the ready-to-eat Nau Nau meals, left…

[Guardian] The air was filled with excitement, and it instantly translated to bold expression of happiness and gratitude on the faces of the kids as the food train of Lagos-based Newcastle Food Company, promoters of the ready-to-eat Nau Nau meals, left the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps at Benue and Taraba states and arrived in Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

FAAN to Measure Customers’ Satisfaction With Feedbacks

[Guardian] Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), has put in place a feedback mechanism to help her measure customers’ satisfaction about services on offer at international airports across the country.

[Guardian] Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), has put in place a feedback mechanism to help her measure customers' satisfaction about services on offer at international airports across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Bara Picket – EFF Protest Woeful State of Public Health System

[Daily Maverick] On Wednesday the Economic Freedom Fighters held protests at public health facilities across South Africa. The aim of the pickets was to highlight the poor state of public health services in the country. In Gauteng, senior party leaders…

[Daily Maverick] On Wednesday the Economic Freedom Fighters held protests at public health facilities across South Africa. The aim of the pickets was to highlight the poor state of public health services in the country. In Gauteng, senior party leaders, including Commander-in-Chief Julius Malema, picketed outside Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital in Soweto. By BHEKI SIMELANE.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Lord Hain Pushes for Probe Into Bank of Baroda Links to Looted Gupta Funds

[Daily Maverick] Lord Peter Hain has called for a multi-pronged investigation into the London-based Bank of Baroda by UK authorities – and has promised to “press the government on this matter”. He also wants the looted funds to be returned to SA’s Trea…

[Daily Maverick] Lord Peter Hain has called for a multi-pronged investigation into the London-based Bank of Baroda by UK authorities - and has promised to "press the government on this matter". He also wants the looted funds to be returned to SA's Treasury.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Return to Work, Govt Tells Doctors

[The Herald] Government is calling on some doctors, who went on strike yesterday, to return to work as it looks into their grievances. Some doctors went on strike yesterday even though the law prohibits them from embarking on industrial action as they …

[The Herald] Government is calling on some doctors, who went on strike yesterday, to return to work as it looks into their grievances. Some doctors went on strike yesterday even though the law prohibits them from embarking on industrial action as they provide essential services.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe