Shabangu Fails to Retract ‘Karabo Was Weak’ Comments and Must Now Be Fired

[DA] After the DA demanded that the Minister Susan Shabangu retract and apologise for calling gender violence victim, Karabo Mokoena, “weak” and seemed to blame Karabo for her own death, the Minister appeared at a press conference this afternoon and fa…

[DA] After the DA demanded that the Minister Susan Shabangu retract and apologise for calling gender violence victim, Karabo Mokoena, "weak" and seemed to blame Karabo for her own death, the Minister appeared at a press conference this afternoon and failed to apologise for or retract her callous comments.

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The Noose Around Emir Sanusi

[This Day] The Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II appeared to have talked himself into trouble when he chose to confront the northern establishment. As it tightens the noose around him, the fate of the outspoken emir now hangs in the balance, writes Godw…

[This Day] The Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II appeared to have talked himself into trouble when he chose to confront the northern establishment. As it tightens the noose around him, the fate of the outspoken emir now hangs in the balance, writes Godwin Etakibuebe

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Blunt Bullets Target Kangunje

[Nyasa Times] Nyasa Big Bullets have set their eyes on former Civo United striker Nelson Kangunje who terminated his two years contract at Mozambican Mocambola outfit Costo do Sol.

[Nyasa Times] Nyasa Big Bullets have set their eyes on former Civo United striker Nelson Kangunje who terminated his two years contract at Mozambican Mocambola outfit Costo do Sol.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Parliament Meeting On Violence Against Women Will Go Ahead After DA Request

[DA] The DA welcomes the confirmation from Police Portfolio Committee Chairperson, Francois Beukman, that the DA’s request for a joint meeting between the Police, Justice and Women Portfolio Committees to discuss the government’s lack of effective resp…

[DA] The DA welcomes the confirmation from Police Portfolio Committee Chairperson, Francois Beukman, that the DA's request for a joint meeting between the Police, Justice and Women Portfolio Committees to discuss the government's lack of effective response to gender-based violence and specifically violence against women, will be urgently scheduled at the earliest chance on a platform that will comprehensively cover crime and policing cross-portfolio issues.

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Withdrawal of Refinery Licences

[Guardian] The move by the Federal Government to withdraw the refinery licences that have remained unutilised in the hands of some private investors is a step in the right direction. Given the huge amount of money being spent by the country on fuel imp…

[Guardian] The move by the Federal Government to withdraw the refinery licences that have remained unutilised in the hands of some private investors is a step in the right direction. Given the huge amount of money being spent by the country on fuel importation, the solution to that profligacy is, no doubt, local refining for which the licences were given. Having failed to live up to expectations for so many years and for whatever reasons, the licensees are genuinely no longer deserving of such permissions.

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Kumuyi Blames Increasing Suicide On Economic Hardship

[Guardian] The General Overseer of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi has attributed the increasing rate suicide in the country to economic hardship being experienced by a vast majority of Nigerians.

[Guardian] The General Overseer of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi has attributed the increasing rate suicide in the country to economic hardship being experienced by a vast majority of Nigerians.

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Niamina Communities Hail Access to Justice Project

[Daily Observer] The people of Mamud Fana village in Niamina East District, Central River Region, South, have applauded the just ended European Union-funded Access to Justice and Legal Education Project.

[Daily Observer] The people of Mamud Fana village in Niamina East District, Central River Region, South, have applauded the just ended European Union-funded Access to Justice and Legal Education Project.

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