Unrest in Kasai Province Puts Question Mark Over Elections

[RFI] The European Parliament says that ongoing violence in DR Congo’s central Kasai region risks undermining the timing of upcoming elections. On Wednesday, the EU joined calls by the UN for an urgent inquiry into serious rights abuses in the province.

[RFI] The European Parliament says that ongoing violence in DR Congo's central Kasai region risks undermining the timing of upcoming elections. On Wednesday, the EU joined calls by the UN for an urgent inquiry into serious rights abuses in the province.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

2015 State Budget Records Deficit of More Than U.S.$2,7 Billion

[ANGOP] Luanda -The General State Budget (OGE) of 2015 recorded a deficit of 456.40 billion kwanza, according to the Report considered and approved on Thursday by the Economy and Finance Commissions of the Constitutional and Legal Matters of the Nation…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The General State Budget (OGE) of 2015 recorded a deficit of 456.40 billion kwanza, according to the Report considered and approved on Thursday by the Economy and Finance Commissions of the Constitutional and Legal Matters of the National Assembly.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

The Cost of Being a Disciple of Prudency

[Zambia Reports] The dismissal of seasoned administrator Simataa Simataa cannot pass without comment. Soccer followers may have noted that Simataa has been at the heart of the football revolution that has been taking place at Queansmead Stadium (origin…

[Zambia Reports] The dismissal of seasoned administrator Simataa Simataa cannot pass without comment. Soccer followers may have noted that Simataa has been at the heart of the football revolution that has been taking place at Queansmead Stadium (original home) with the 'Elite' side flying high in the Super Division League.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

All Set for Thabane Inauguration

[Lesotho Times] THE Council of State yesterday confirmed All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader Thomas Thabane’s election as prime minister, paving the way for his inauguration tomorrow at Setsoto Stadium.

[Lesotho Times] THE Council of State yesterday confirmed All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader Thomas Thabane's election as prime minister, paving the way for his inauguration tomorrow at Setsoto Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Country Revising Legislation for Protected Areas

[Seychelles News Agency] Seychelles is revising legislation used to design, classify and manage its protected areas, and all parties involved in the process gave their input at the presentation of the first draft on Wednesday.

[Seychelles News Agency] Seychelles is revising legislation used to design, classify and manage its protected areas, and all parties involved in the process gave their input at the presentation of the first draft on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

musician Masike Debuts At Golden Mile Hotel

[The Herald] Mbira songstress Hope Masike will tomorrow make her debut performance at Golden Mile Hotel in Kwekwe where she is set to continue with her celebrations to mark 10 years in music.

[The Herald] Mbira songstress Hope Masike will tomorrow make her debut performance at Golden Mile Hotel in Kwekwe where she is set to continue with her celebrations to mark 10 years in music.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UN Expert Urges ‘Bold Action’ to Address Raft of Human Rights Abuses

[UN News] Actions against severe human rights abuses meted out to Eritrean citizens must not be delayed, a United Nations rights expert has warned in a new report to the Human Rights Council.

[UN News] Actions against severe human rights abuses meted out to Eritrean citizens must not be delayed, a United Nations rights expert has warned in a new report to the Human Rights Council.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

#ThisFlag Leader Mawarire Indicted for Trial

[The Herald] #ThisFlag campaign leader Evan Mawarire accused of subverting a constitutionally- elected Government or alternatively inciting public violence, has been indicted to appear at the High Court on September 25 for trial.

[The Herald] #ThisFlag campaign leader Evan Mawarire accused of subverting a constitutionally- elected Government or alternatively inciting public violence, has been indicted to appear at the High Court on September 25 for trial.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe