Rapists Sentenced to Three Life Sentences and 348 Years Imprisonment

[SAPS] Dedicated teams from various Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Units (FCS) in KwaZulu-Natal were able to secure three terms of life imprisonment as well as 348 years imprisonment for sexual-related cases they investigated. Fr…

[SAPS] Dedicated teams from various Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Units (FCS) in KwaZulu-Natal were able to secure three terms of life imprisonment as well as 348 years imprisonment for sexual-related cases they investigated. From 1 to 31 January 2017, 424 suspects were arrested for cases of rape, sexual assault, assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, kidnapping and other sexual-related cases that were opened. Various magistrate and regional courts in the province were able to

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Rugby – Ferreira Skippers Kings Against Eagles

[News24Wire] Southern Kings coach Deon Davids on Thursday announced a 30-man squad to take on the SWD Eagles in a pre-season friendly at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday.

[News24Wire] Southern Kings coach Deon Davids on Thursday announced a 30-man squad to take on the SWD Eagles in a pre-season friendly at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Doing Away With Illegal Trade Practices

[Ethiopian Herald] We know that the history of taxes reveals that their coercive nature is of comparatively recent development. The original idea of a tax was that payment was not obligatory upon the subject, but consisted rather as a voluntary contrib…

[Ethiopian Herald] We know that the history of taxes reveals that their coercive nature is of comparatively recent development. The original idea of a tax was that payment was not obligatory upon the subject, but consisted rather as a voluntary contribution toward the expenses of government, as appears from the Medieval Latin term donum, and the English "benevolence." This conception of the relation between the subject and government has gradually been transformed; payment becoming more and more obligatory.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Alert in Spectacular Progress

[Ethiopian Herald] In the past to decades Ethiopia has invested heavily bringing the transformation of the health sector and its service to the centre stage. In its bid towards this noble end the country has registered a great deal of achievements. As …

[Ethiopian Herald] In the past to decades Ethiopia has invested heavily bringing the transformation of the health sector and its service to the centre stage. In its bid towards this noble end the country has registered a great deal of achievements. As a result, the nation has done remarkably well in meeting most of the Millennium Development Goals(MDGs), according to the Ministry of Health.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Rivers Elders Condemn Police Report On Rerun Elections

[This Day] Elders under the aegis of Rivers State Elders’ Consultative Council have described the police report on the bribery allegations against the state Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, as a calculated attempt to stop the moving train of the people of…

[This Day] Elders under the aegis of Rivers State Elders' Consultative Council have described the police report on the bribery allegations against the state Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, as a calculated attempt to stop the moving train of the people of the state and vowed to stop it by all legal means.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Egypt’s Al-Azhar Entirely Rejects Proposal to End Verbal Divorce

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt’s largest religious institution, Al Azhar, has thrown its weight behind the view that ending verbal divorce is both inadmissible and would not necessarily reduce divorce rates as proposed two weeks ago by the president.

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt's largest religious institution, Al Azhar, has thrown its weight behind the view that ending verbal divorce is both inadmissible and would not necessarily reduce divorce rates as proposed two weeks ago by the president.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Famine Continues Taking People’s Lives in Bubanza, Residents Say

[Iwacu] Residents of some localities of Gihanga district claim people continue dying from famine. Humanitarian actors have not so far given sufficient help since the first cases of death were reported in January.

[Iwacu] Residents of some localities of Gihanga district claim people continue dying from famine. Humanitarian actors have not so far given sufficient help since the first cases of death were reported in January.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi