EU Sanctions 2 Current, 1 Former Officials

[VOA] The European Union imposed sanctions Friday on three current and former South Sudanese officials implicated in human rights violations and obstructions of their country’s peace process.

[VOA] The European Union imposed sanctions Friday on three current and former South Sudanese officials implicated in human rights violations and obstructions of their country's peace process.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Artificial Limbs, A Sudanese Accomplishment

[SudaNow] Aalya Mohamed of the Nahr al-Neel State, was about forty years old in the year 2005 when she underwent a leg amputation surgery because of a chronic sugar wound. She felt broke and did not know what to do to feed and look after her children. …

[SudaNow] Aalya Mohamed of the Nahr al-Neel State, was about forty years old in the year 2005 when she underwent a leg amputation surgery because of a chronic sugar wound. She felt broke and did not know what to do to feed and look after her children. But her doctors told her not to worry and seek an artificial leg when her wounds have completely healed. Six months later her doctor relegated her to the Sudanese Foundation for Artificial Limbs where she was carefully looked after and, most importantly, she broke the

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

A New Opening?

[SudaNow] For those interested in protocol it was a significant gesture. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi took the initiative and visited his counterpart President Omar Al-Bashir in his residence in Addis Ababa, where both were attending an Afri…

[SudaNow] For those interested in protocol it was a significant gesture. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi took the initiative and visited his counterpart President Omar Al-Bashir in his residence in Addis Ababa, where both were attending an African Union (AU) meeting. It was the first face-to-face meeting between the two presidents in a full year.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Can Lado Displace Kwankwaso From Senate in 2019?

[Daily Trust] Kano -Last week, Senator Basheer Garba Lado decamped to the APC with over 100,000 supporters in Kano. He was received into the party by the state governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, at a special reception held at Sani Abacha Indoor Stad…

[Daily Trust] Kano -Last week, Senator Basheer Garba Lado decamped to the APC with over 100,000 supporters in Kano. He was received into the party by the state governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, at a special reception held at Sani Abacha Indoor Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Meet Nigerian Team to 2018 Winter Olympics

[Daily Trust] Nigeria will be competing in the Winter Olympics for the first time when Seun Adigun, AkuomaOmeoga and Ngozi Onwumere compete in Bobsleigh at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.

[Daily Trust] Nigeria will be competing in the Winter Olympics for the first time when Seun Adigun, AkuomaOmeoga and Ngozi Onwumere compete in Bobsleigh at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

MP Picks the Pieces to Tackle GBV

[Zimbabwe Standard] Susan Matsunga, the MDC-T proportional representation (PR) legislator (Harare Metropolitan) might have had her own share of bad publicity on October 26 2016 during the infamous fracas at the Parliament of Zimbabwe, where members of …

[Zimbabwe Standard] Susan Matsunga, the MDC-T proportional representation (PR) legislator (Harare Metropolitan) might have had her own share of bad publicity on October 26 2016 during the infamous fracas at the Parliament of Zimbabwe, where members of the police stormed into the National Assembly and fought with oppositions MPs, but she now claims that a lot of good has come out of that unfortunate incident.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

From a Slum, Woman Fights for Aliens Rights

[Zimbabwe Standard] A resident in one of the country’s poorest settlements, Sarah Kachingwe defied her circumstances to take head-on powerful state institutions that she regarded as an obstacle in her quest to assert her voting rights.

[Zimbabwe Standard] A resident in one of the country's poorest settlements, Sarah Kachingwe defied her circumstances to take head-on powerful state institutions that she regarded as an obstacle in her quest to assert her voting rights.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe