Genocide Suspect Seyoboka Claims ‘Mistaken Identity’

[New Times] On Wednesday, the military tribunal in Nyamirambo started hearing defence submissions by Genocide suspect, Second Lieutenant Henry Jean-Claude Seyoboka, who claims prosecution witnesses confused him with another retired soldier, a one Lt. C…

[New Times] On Wednesday, the military tribunal in Nyamirambo started hearing defence submissions by Genocide suspect, Second Lieutenant Henry Jean-Claude Seyoboka, who claims prosecution witnesses confused him with another retired soldier, a one Lt. Claude.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

DA vs the Mayor – a Messy Saga in Which Everybody Hurts

[Daily Maverick] The ANC is not the only South African political party currently battling to unseat a leader. In Cape Town, a protracted and increasingly ugly struggle is playing out between the DA and the city’s mayor, Patricia de Lille. The DA is pub…

[Daily Maverick] The ANC is not the only South African political party currently battling to unseat a leader. In Cape Town, a protracted and increasingly ugly struggle is playing out between the DA and the city's mayor, Patricia de Lille. The DA is publicly claiming that one of its trusted deployees is corrupt; De Lille furiously denies the charge. It is clear De Lille has lost the support and protection of her party, but the handling of this all begs questions. By REBECCA DAVIS.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Military Court Resumes Seyoboka Trial

[New Times] The Military tribunal in Nyamirambo resumes Wednesday the trial in substance of Genocide suspect and former military officer of the former former government armed forces (Ex-FAR), Jean-Claude Seyoboka.

[New Times] The Military tribunal in Nyamirambo resumes Wednesday the trial in substance of Genocide suspect and former military officer of the former former government armed forces (Ex-FAR), Jean-Claude Seyoboka.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Global Aviation Body Urges Govts to Address Infrastructure Challenges

[New Times] The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments to urgently address the infrastructure challenges airlines face to secure the industry’s future. Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s director general and CEO, said there are w…

[New Times] The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments to urgently address the infrastructure challenges airlines face to secure the industry's future. Alexandre de Juniac, IATA's director general and CEO, said there are worrying infrastructure gaps, which are increasing operational costs and, thus affecting the profitability of the sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Oshikoto Launches Reading Pilot Study

[New Era] Omuthiya -The directorate of education in Oshikoto region has launched a pilot study themed Read Café project which aims at enhancing the culture of reading among learners.

[New Era] Omuthiya -The directorate of education in Oshikoto region has launched a pilot study themed Read Café project which aims at enhancing the culture of reading among learners.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Robust Debate About ‘Gay’ Film Deserves Some Introspection

[Daily Maverick] South Africa’s discourse has followed a criminal pattern of commonly taking place in spaces where people want to come across as woke and progressive. As noble as this may be the consequence is often white women speaking for all women, …

[Daily Maverick] South Africa's discourse has followed a criminal pattern of commonly taking place in spaces where people want to come across as woke and progressive. As noble as this may be the consequence is often white women speaking for all women, the upper middle class speaking for the poor or black men speaking for black people with the disadvantaged suffering even more as a result of this - the robust debate relating to the screening of the film Inxeba is no exception to this trend.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

When Kenya’s Poison Easily Became Lucky Uganda’s Meat

[Nation] This report appeared this week in Kenyan media: “Uganda overtook South Africa for the first time in November as the largest source of goods ordered by Kenyans, underlining the impact of drought, which saw electricity and food imports shoot up.

[Nation] This report appeared this week in Kenyan media: "Uganda overtook South Africa for the first time in November as the largest source of goods ordered by Kenyans, underlining the impact of drought, which saw electricity and food imports shoot up.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda