Commission Embarks On Consumer Protection Campaign

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The National Consumer Commission (NCC) has embarked on a campaign to ensure vulnerable consumers pay the price they see displayed on items when shopping.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The National Consumer Commission (NCC) has embarked on a campaign to ensure vulnerable consumers pay the price they see displayed on items when shopping.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Human Settlements Commemorates World Aids Day, 2 Dec

[SA Govt] Many South Africans living with HIV/Aids are at a far higher risk of developing TB, this is mainly because of their weakened immune system, to some worsened by their poor living conditions.

[SA Govt] Many South Africans living with HIV/Aids are at a far higher risk of developing TB, this is mainly because of their weakened immune system, to some worsened by their poor living conditions.

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Murder Suspect Apprehended and Vehicle Recovered By Ethekwini Inner South Cluster

[SAPS] Yesterday, 30 November 2016, Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Task Team recovered the vehicle belonging to a 31 year-old arrested murder suspect at Ilk Road, in Croftdene. The car was abandoned by the suspect in Chatsworth, after the suspect had fa…

[SAPS] Yesterday, 30 November 2016, Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Task Team recovered the vehicle belonging to a 31 year-old arrested murder suspect at Ilk Road, in Croftdene. The car was abandoned by the suspect in Chatsworth, after the suspect had fatally shot his 26 year-old girlfriend five times in the head on Tuesday, 29 November 2016, at about 17:00 at Bridgeport - 151 South Coast Road, Rossburgh. According to members at the scene, the victim was found on South Coast Road, outside her workplace at Calumbus

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Six Judges Led By Mumba Malila Are Working Against Pres. Lungu

A coalition of some opposition political parties has alleged that six judges in the judiciary are working against President Edgar Lungu. Coalition spokesperson Bright Musona said that a new association for lawyers should be formed to rival the Law Association … Continued

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A coalition of some opposition political parties has alleged that six judges in the judiciary are working against President Edgar Lungu. Coalition spokesperson Bright Musona said that a new association for lawyers should be formed to rival the Law Association of Zambia. Musona spoke on behalf of the Congress Party, Citizens Democratic Party, Zambia Republican Party and the Zambia Direct Democracy. Musona said the coalition was aware of six judges that were being remote controlled according to him “by the cartelâ€. He said that they were behind the recent nullification of Patriotic Front held seats in parliament that saw two ministers lose their seats. Musona urged lawyers to form another association as LAZ had been hijacked by the opposition UPND. The opposition political parties said they would not stand aside when they felt justice was not being administered properly. Musona said they would criticize anyone including the Head of State if they felt they were crossing the line. Sources tell Zambia Reports that the chief architect of the judiciary renegades is cartel judge Mumba Malila. Sentiments by LAZ president Linda Kasonde against presidential spokesperson Amos Chanda over the judiciary have opened a Pandora box. The post Six Judges Led By Mumba Malila Are Working Against Pres. Lungu appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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The Bill Is Not the End – It Is a Proposal – Says Chairperson Richard Mdakane

[Parliament of South Africa] The hidden objective of the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill is its perpetuation of discrimination against the Khoisan people in the third decade of the South African constitutional democracy. The above statement was…

[Parliament of South Africa] The hidden objective of the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill is its perpetuation of discrimination against the Khoisan people in the third decade of the South African constitutional democracy. The above statement was among the popular views that were expressed by the participants at the public hearings on the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill, chaired by the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Mr Richard Mdakane, at the Old Assembly Chamber

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Badea Project Battles With Tree Planting Community

[Concord] The BADEA Project which is rehabilitating existing structures and constructing additional facilities on Fourah Bay College (FBC) campus is currently battling with residents of Tree Planting community over a parcel of land which contractors wa…

[Concord] The BADEA Project which is rehabilitating existing structures and constructing additional facilities on Fourah Bay College (FBC) campus is currently battling with residents of Tree Planting community over a parcel of land which contractors want to utilise for the construction of senior and junior staff quarters, clinic, and other facilities.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Daughter Testifies in Her Father’s Murder Matter

[Concord] The first prosecution witness, Edna Johnson, in the ongoing murder trial involving one Jonathan Decker, who allegedly murdered one Samuel Sulter, yesterday, testified in court how the accused used cutlass to hit her father’s head and eventual…

[Concord] The first prosecution witness, Edna Johnson, in the ongoing murder trial involving one Jonathan Decker, who allegedly murdered one Samuel Sulter, yesterday, testified in court how the accused used cutlass to hit her father's head and eventually killed him.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

FBC Students’ Hostels Will Not Be Ready Ahead of 2017 Re-Opening – Project Manager

[Concord] Project Manager for the BADEA project has disclosed that the hostels at Fourah Bay College (FBC), University of Sierra Leone, would not be ready by January 2017 because donors have failed to release the 10 percent advance payment for the reha…

[Concord] Project Manager for the BADEA project has disclosed that the hostels at Fourah Bay College (FBC), University of Sierra Leone, would not be ready by January 2017 because donors have failed to release the 10 percent advance payment for the rehabilitation work.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone