Al-Bashir Chairs Meeting of Defense and National Security Council

[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al- Bashir has chaired, Wednesday, at the Republican Palace the meeting of the council of defense and national security which was devoted to define the importance of the Red Sea as it re…

[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al- Bashir has chaired, Wednesday, at the Republican Palace the meeting of the council of defense and national security which was devoted to define the importance of the Red Sea as it relates to security, trade movement, navigation, and the sea military deployment and imposition of influence and the resulting threats.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Sudan-Russia Talks On Development of Strategic Partnership to Be Held in Moscow

[SNA] Khartoum -The Sudanese-Russian Political Consultation Committee will convene during August 3-5 where Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Atal-Mannan Bakheet will preside over the Sudanese side and The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister and the Ru…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Sudanese-Russian Political Consultation Committee will convene during August 3-5 where Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Atal-Mannan Bakheet will preside over the Sudanese side and The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister and the Russian President's Special Envoy for Middle East and Africa will chair the side of Russia.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

No Chance of Open Broadcasts

[Swazi Media] A call by the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) for the Swazi Government to open up television and radio to critical voices will certainly fall on deaf ears.

[Swazi Media] A call by the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) for the Swazi Government to open up television and radio to critical voices will certainly fall on deaf ears.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Deaths, Defections and Deceit – How Fake News Spread

[African Arguments] With only a few days to Kenya’s 8 August elections, the growing scale, sophistication and potency of fake news is causing alarm in newsrooms, government agencies and among the general public.

[African Arguments] With only a few days to Kenya's 8 August elections, the growing scale, sophistication and potency of fake news is causing alarm in newsrooms, government agencies and among the general public.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Could Other Former German Colonies Demand Reparations?

[Deutsche Welle] Namibia is demanding reparations from Germany for colonial-era genocide that took place more than hundred years ago. Are other former colonies going to follow suit? DW’s Daniel Pelz put that question to historian Jürgen Zimmerer.

[Deutsche Welle] Namibia is demanding reparations from Germany for colonial-era genocide that took place more than hundred years ago. Are other former colonies going to follow suit? DW's Daniel Pelz put that question to historian Jürgen Zimmerer.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

What the Djibouti Military Base Tells Us About China’s Growing Role in Africa

[The Conversation Africa] China hasn’t been known for establishing military bases in Africa – or even beyond its immediate sphere of influence. This is changing following its decision to build a military base in Djibouti on the Horn of Africa. The base…

[The Conversation Africa] China hasn't been known for establishing military bases in Africa - or even beyond its immediate sphere of influence. This is changing following its decision to build a military base in Djibouti on the Horn of Africa. The base will be next door to the United States Africa Command.

source: AllAfrica News: Djibouti

German Apology About Colonial-Era Genocide Likely to Be Delayed

[Deutsche Welle] Germany had promised an apology to Namibia for colonial-era genocide before general elections in September this year. But negotiations between both governments drag on with both sides failing to agree on key issues.

[Deutsche Welle] Germany had promised an apology to Namibia for colonial-era genocide before general elections in September this year. But negotiations between both governments drag on with both sides failing to agree on key issues.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Amstel Beer Consumers and Sellers Complain About Its Shortage

[Iwacu] There is a shortage of Amstel beer 65 cl. Consumers complain and suspect its withdrawal from the market. However, Brarudi, the Burundi brewery company, says the scarcity of that beer is due to its high consumption these days.

[Iwacu] There is a shortage of Amstel beer 65 cl. Consumers complain and suspect its withdrawal from the market. However, Brarudi, the Burundi brewery company, says the scarcity of that beer is due to its high consumption these days.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Applications for 2018 Financial Aid Open

[SAnews.gov.za] Applications for financial aid for all learners, who wish to enter the post-school system and students, who do not have financial assistance to continue their studies in 2018 academic year, has officially opened.

[SAnews.gov.za] Applications for financial aid for all learners, who wish to enter the post-school system and students, who do not have financial assistance to continue their studies in 2018 academic year, has officially opened.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Staves Off Punitive Action By Eskom, Again – Report

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe government officials have held “tough negotiations” with managers at Eskom to prevent South Africa’s power utility cutting off supplies over a $40 million debt.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe government officials have held "tough negotiations" with managers at Eskom to prevent South Africa's power utility cutting off supplies over a $40 million debt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe