Traffic Cop to Spend Christmas Behind Bars for R200 ‘Bribe’

[News24Wire] A Gauteng traffic officer will spend Christmas behind bars after he was arrested for soliciting a R200 bribe, the Road Traffic Management Corporation said on Saturday.

[News24Wire] A Gauteng traffic officer will spend Christmas behind bars after he was arrested for soliciting a R200 bribe, the Road Traffic Management Corporation said on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

China’s Exim Bank Support Zanzibar to Continue

[Daily News] The Exim Bank of China has assured that it will continue supporting Zanzibar’s development programmes aimed at boosting economy and bettering the lives of people in the Islands.

[Daily News] The Exim Bank of China has assured that it will continue supporting Zanzibar's development programmes aimed at boosting economy and bettering the lives of people in the Islands.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Limpopo Cops in Manhunt for Christmas Day Murderer

[News24Wire] Police were searching on Monday for a suspect who killed a 24-year-old and left his body alongside a road in Shayandima location, outside Thohoyandou, Limpopo, on Christmas Day.

[News24Wire] Police were searching on Monday for a suspect who killed a 24-year-old and left his body alongside a road in Shayandima location, outside Thohoyandou, Limpopo, on Christmas Day.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

173 Koko Toxic Waste Evacuators Seek Government Compensation

[Guardian] About 173 evacuators of the Koko toxic waste dumped in the Delta State community have petitioned the Federal Government, seeking for compensation over the dangerous work executed by them 28 years ago.

[Guardian] About 173 evacuators of the Koko toxic waste dumped in the Delta State community have petitioned the Federal Government, seeking for compensation over the dangerous work executed by them 28 years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Brain Surgery in Uganda

[Independent (Kampala)] The symptoms are ordinary enough in the initial stages; usually just headache that appears not to respond to treatment. But this soon advances in slightly more severe symptoms such as double vision, seizures, and difficulty in s…

[Independent (Kampala)] The symptoms are ordinary enough in the initial stages; usually just headache that appears not to respond to treatment. But this soon advances in slightly more severe symptoms such as double vision, seizures, and difficulty in speech. At this point your doctor might give you some really bad news; you possibly have a tumor or swelling in your head.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Sharif Hassan Continues Bid for President – Minister

[Shabelle] A minister in Southwest has on Monday refuted reports my local media that the state’s leader Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden has suspended his bid for president of Somalia.

[Shabelle] A minister in Southwest has on Monday refuted reports my local media that the state's leader Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden has suspended his bid for president of Somalia.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Senate Wants N182.5 Billion for Constituency Projects

[Guardian] Abuja -Through a fresh legislation, the Senate is planning to secure a more permanent source of funding for the controversial constituency projects that have always pitted the National Assembly against the Presidency.

[Guardian] Abuja -Through a fresh legislation, the Senate is planning to secure a more permanent source of funding for the controversial constituency projects that have always pitted the National Assembly against the Presidency.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria