Fuel Crisis Returns to South Kordofan Capital

[Radio Dabanga] Kadugli / En Nahud -Following a brief two-week reprieve, the population of Kadugli, capital of South Kordofan, again face a shortage of fuel. Long-lasting power cuts continue in En Nahud in West Kordofan.

[Radio Dabanga] Kadugli / En Nahud -Following a brief two-week reprieve, the population of Kadugli, capital of South Kordofan, again face a shortage of fuel. Long-lasting power cuts continue in En Nahud in West Kordofan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Ugandan Troops Harm Women

[HRW] Nairobi -Ugandan soldiers in the Central African Republic have sexually exploited or abused at least 13 women and girls since 2015, including at least one rape, and threatened some victims to remain silent, Human Rights Watch said today. The Ugan…

[HRW] Nairobi -Ugandan soldiers in the Central African Republic have sexually exploited or abused at least 13 women and girls since 2015, including at least one rape, and threatened some victims to remain silent, Human Rights Watch said today. The Ugandan military has been deployed in the country since 2009 as a part of the African Union's Regional Task Force to eliminate the Uganda rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), but recently announced it is withdrawing its troops.

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic

Fresh Torture Accusations Leveled Against Police

[HRW] Last week, Uganda’s police were – again – accused of torturing suspects to illicit confessions. First, defendants charged in the murder of police commander Andrew Kaweesi had visible injuries during their court appearance. They complained in cour…

[HRW] Last week, Uganda's police were - again - accused of torturing suspects to illicit confessions. First, defendants charged in the murder of police commander Andrew Kaweesi had visible injuries during their court appearance. They complained in court of being beaten in Nalufenya police station in Jinja, Eastern Uganda. Then, photos leaked of the hospitalized mayor of Kamwenge, who had horrific injuries including gaping wounds on his knees and ankles, which he said resulted from beatings by police who were inv

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Four Die From Cholera, Dozens of New Cases in Sudan’s White Nile

[Radio Dabanga] Rabak -Four people died from cholera on Thursday and Friday, and dozens of new cases were recorded in White Nile state, while the Sudanese government remains silent.

[Radio Dabanga] Rabak -Four people died from cholera on Thursday and Friday, and dozens of new cases were recorded in White Nile state, while the Sudanese government remains silent.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Regulatory Fees Keep Air Ticket Costs High, Says Study

[Nation] Regulatory charges have pushed up ticket prices, slowing air travel in East Africa despite more than 10 years of liberalisation of the aviation sector, a new study indicates.

[Nation] Regulatory charges have pushed up ticket prices, slowing air travel in East Africa despite more than 10 years of liberalisation of the aviation sector, a new study indicates.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Constitutional Court to Hear Arguments for Zuma’s No Confidence Ballot

[News24Wire] South Africa’s attention will be focused on the Constitutional Court on Monday as some of the best legal minds in the country once again argue on a matter involving President Jacob Zuma.

[News24Wire] South Africa's attention will be focused on the Constitutional Court on Monday as some of the best legal minds in the country once again argue on a matter involving President Jacob Zuma.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa