Up Protest-Linked Students Asked to Give Reasons Why They Should Be Allowed Back

[News24Wire] Students who were involved in violent protests in 2016 must motivate why the University of Pretoria should allow them to register for the 2017 academic year, the university said on Friday.

[News24Wire] Students who were involved in violent protests in 2016 must motivate why the University of Pretoria should allow them to register for the 2017 academic year, the university said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Police Can’t Arrest ‘Militiaman’ Mwila, Says Activist

[Zambia Reports] Governance activist Isaac Mwanza says the Zambia Police is too powerless to arrest ruling Patriotic Front Secretary General Davies Chama for trying to incite party cadres in militia styled orders in which he wants them to take over the…

[Zambia Reports] Governance activist Isaac Mwanza says the Zambia Police is too powerless to arrest ruling Patriotic Front Secretary General Davies Chama for trying to incite party cadres in militia styled orders in which he wants them to take over the running of markets throughout the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Govt to Issue Deadlines for Idle Chrome Ground

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT says it will prescribe deadlines for chrome mining companies to release unutilised reserves this year with a target to reclaim 40 000 hectares of chrome-rich idle ground. Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa sa…

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT says it will prescribe deadlines for chrome mining companies to release unutilised reserves this year with a target to reclaim 40 000 hectares of chrome-rich idle ground. Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa said in an interview on Friday that 18 000 hectares had to date been released by Zimbabwe Mining and Smelting Company (Zimasco).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Senegalese Military Enters Banjul Safeguarding Barrow’s Expected Arrival

[RFI] Senegalese troops took up positions in Gambia on Sunday in an effort to provide security following the departure of Ex-President Yahya Jammeh. The arrival of the soldiers was welcomed by hundreds of Banjul residents who came out on the streets to…

[RFI] Senegalese troops took up positions in Gambia on Sunday in an effort to provide security following the departure of Ex-President Yahya Jammeh. The arrival of the soldiers was welcomed by hundreds of Banjul residents who came out on the streets to celebrate. The military initiative aims to ensure that the anticipated arrival of President Adama Barrow goes smoothly and he is able to take up residency in State House.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Brighton Beach Police Host Annual Grade 8 Crime Induction Programme 2017

[SAPS] E.T. Rapid Response Security, in partnership with SAPS Brighton Beach launched the 2017 safer schools initiative, Grade 8 Crime Induction Programme on Friday the 13th of December, which was concluded on the 20th of January 2017.

[SAPS] E.T. Rapid Response Security, in partnership with SAPS Brighton Beach launched the 2017 safer schools initiative, Grade 8 Crime Induction Programme on Friday the 13th of December, which was concluded on the 20th of January 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Abuse Hurled At Attorney As Sheriff Visits Fugitive Robroff’s Home

[News24Wire] The wife and daughter of fugitive lawyer Ronald Bobroff on Thursday got into a war of words when the sheriff of the Gauteng South High Court visited their Victory Park property.

[News24Wire] The wife and daughter of fugitive lawyer Ronald Bobroff on Thursday got into a war of words when the sheriff of the Gauteng South High Court visited their Victory Park property.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa