Matric Pupil Allegedly Assaults Teacher With Brick

[News24Wire] A matric pupil has been removed from a school in Randfontein after he allegedly used a brick to assault a teacher, Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has confirmed.

[News24Wire] A matric pupil has been removed from a school in Randfontein after he allegedly used a brick to assault a teacher, Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

9 Million Malawians for National ID – – Bureau

[Nyasa Times] Government has described the mass national registration and identification exercise a success as 9,000, 514 people were reported to have been registered as of Saturday 21st October, 2017.

[Nyasa Times] Government has described the mass national registration and identification exercise a success as 9,000, 514 people were reported to have been registered as of Saturday 21st October, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Heavy Rains Delay Voting

[Nation] Voting was delayed in some polling stations across the country following heavy rains that pounded the country Wednesday night and Thursday.

[Nation] Voting was delayed in some polling stations across the country following heavy rains that pounded the country Wednesday night and Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Three Dead in Repeat Election Violence

[Nation] At least three person have died and eight others admitted to various hospitals in Kisumu and Migori counties following clashes between rioters and police on the polling day.

[Nation] At least three person have died and eight others admitted to various hospitals in Kisumu and Migori counties following clashes between rioters and police on the polling day.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Pay Back the Money! She Is a Thief!’ ANC Chants At De Lille During Council Meeting

[News24Wire] Patricia De Lille on Thursday said she has not stolen a single cent, insisting she had enough money to even consider lending money to the City of Cape Town – at a low interest rate – to deal with its water crisis.

[News24Wire] Patricia De Lille on Thursday said she has not stolen a single cent, insisting she had enough money to even consider lending money to the City of Cape Town - at a low interest rate - to deal with its water crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Malawi Milk Markets, Prices Remain a Challenge – CISANET

[Nyasa Times] Civil Society Network for Agriculture (Cisanet) executive director Pamela Kuwali says dairy farmers in the country continue to face challenges in accessing markets as well as covering costs related to the production of milk.

[Nyasa Times] Civil Society Network for Agriculture (Cisanet) executive director Pamela Kuwali says dairy farmers in the country continue to face challenges in accessing markets as well as covering costs related to the production of milk.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Mounting Debt-Service Costs Crowd Out Social and Economic Spending

[News24Wire] With state revenue under pressure and expenditure needs rising, an increasing share of tax collection will be diverted to settle interest payments on state debt.

[News24Wire] With state revenue under pressure and expenditure needs rising, an increasing share of tax collection will be diverted to settle interest payments on state debt.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Land Clashes Test the Country’s Fragile Security

[IRIN] Abidjan -Fresh clashes over land in western Côte d’Ivoire, following a spate of army mutinies, attacks on police stations, and jailbreaks, represent a growing challenge to the country’s nascent and hard-won stability.

[IRIN] Abidjan -Fresh clashes over land in western Côte d'Ivoire, following a spate of army mutinies, attacks on police stations, and jailbreaks, represent a growing challenge to the country's nascent and hard-won stability.

source: AllAfrica News: Cote d'Ivoire