Now, in Kenya, Not Even a President Is Above the Law

[Nation] Oliver L. Brown wanted the best possible education for his daughter, Linda, a pupil of African descent in the third grade at a black elementary school in Topeka, Kansas.

[Nation] Oliver L. Brown wanted the best possible education for his daughter, Linda, a pupil of African descent in the third grade at a black elementary school in Topeka, Kansas.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

CAF Chiefs Cancel Inspection Tour of Facilities

[Nation] Kenya’s chances of hosting Africa Nations Championship (Chan) remain uncertain after the Confederation of African Football (Caf) cancelled an inspection visit scheduled for September 7 on Sunday.

[Nation] Kenya's chances of hosting Africa Nations Championship (Chan) remain uncertain after the Confederation of African Football (Caf) cancelled an inspection visit scheduled for September 7 on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Businessman Rapes Teen At Gunpoint

[The Herald] A Harare woman forced her 17-year-old granddaughter into marriage with a Murehwa businessman, who allegedly raped the teenager on several occasions at gunpoint.

[The Herald] A Harare woman forced her 17-year-old granddaughter into marriage with a Murehwa businessman, who allegedly raped the teenager on several occasions at gunpoint.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Backpedals on Constitutional Amendments

Government is psyching Zambians over its delay to tweak with the constitution by announcing that the amendment bill will not be presented in parliament at the next sitting. Justice Minister Given Lubinda said that his office had received too many … Continued

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Government is psyching Zambians over its delay to tweak with the constitution by announcing that the amendment bill will not be presented in parliament at the next sitting. Justice Minister Given Lubinda said that his office had received too many submissions from the citizenry making it difficult to push through the bill in the next session. Lubinda said that the delay may force government to revise the constitution in batches. The newly amended constitution has opened some legal controversies with the running election dispute mired in constitutional ambiguity. Lawyers and the citizenry are stuck with lack of clarity in many key clauses in the amended constitution. “The volume of work I think I may not be able to present the constitutional amendment bill in parliament. I have received too many submissions that I think we may have to do it in batches,†he said. Lubinda has previously promised that government would present the constitution of Zambia amended bill to refine some contentious clauses in the document. The post Govt Backpedals on Constitutional Amendments appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Poacher Zimparks Employee Shot

[The Herald] A Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) employee was shot and injured while allegedly poaching for elephant tusks at Mana Pools National Park.

[The Herald] A Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) employee was shot and injured while allegedly poaching for elephant tusks at Mana Pools National Park.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man Arrested After Spate of Child Kidnappings

[Daily News] A joint manhunt launched by police in Geita and Arusha regions has nabbed one of the criminals in the recent wave of child kidnapping and extortion of money across the country.

[Daily News] A joint manhunt launched by police in Geita and Arusha regions has nabbed one of the criminals in the recent wave of child kidnapping and extortion of money across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Government Completes Gold Mining Probe

[The Herald] Government has completed investigations into gold mining which were triggered mainly by rampant cases of smuggling and suspected abuse of scarce foreign currency by big mining firms, Deputy Mines and Mining Development Minister Fred Moyo s…

[The Herald] Government has completed investigations into gold mining which were triggered mainly by rampant cases of smuggling and suspected abuse of scarce foreign currency by big mining firms, Deputy Mines and Mining Development Minister Fred Moyo said last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe