Masstores’ Game Wins Concourt Battle Against Pick N Pay

[News24Wire] Walmart-owned Masstores has succeeded in its appeal at the Constitutional Court to have the right to operate as a supermarket that sells fresh foods at a Western Cape shopping centre.

[News24Wire] Walmart-owned Masstores has succeeded in its appeal at the Constitutional Court to have the right to operate as a supermarket that sells fresh foods at a Western Cape shopping centre.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

16th Summit of La Francophonie in Antananarivo – Lamamra to Represent President Bouteflika

[Algerie Presse Service] President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika, special guest of the 16th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of countries speaking the French, designated Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International…

[Algerie Presse Service] President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika, special guest of the 16th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of countries speaking the French, designated Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ramtane Lamamra to represent him in the meeting of the OIF in Antananarivo (Madagascar).

source: AllAfrica News: Madagascar

Zambian Women Committing Spousal Homicide

[Deutsche Welle] Recent high-profile murders of men by their wives are shedding light on a rarely-discussed aspect of domestic abuse. In Zambia, ten men have been killed by their wives in the past three months.

[Deutsche Welle] Recent high-profile murders of men by their wives are shedding light on a rarely-discussed aspect of domestic abuse. In Zambia, ten men have been killed by their wives in the past three months.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

The World Must Not Forget Chad’s Refugees, UN Agencies Warn

[WFP] Chad’s camps host nearly 400,000 refugees: some 310,000 people from Sudan’s Darfur region in the east, and another 70,000 from the Central African Republic (CAR) in the south. The CAR refugees have been coming in waves since 2002; the Sudanese ha…

[WFP] Chad's camps host nearly 400,000 refugees: some 310,000 people from Sudan's Darfur region in the east, and another 70,000 from the Central African Republic (CAR) in the south. The CAR refugees have been coming in waves since 2002; the Sudanese have been displaced for more than a decade. For the past few years, the Lake Chad region has separately hosted some 5,000 Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram's violence. More than 100,000 internally displaced people live at makeshift sites. Some 5,000 urban refugees are liv

source: AllAfrica News: Chad

Capital, Profit Rise At Enat in Mass

[Addis Fortune] Enat Bank S.C has registered a 79 million Br profit after tax, showing a 59pc increase from the preceding fiscal year. In line with this, the bank has also expanded its paid-up capital to 565 million Br from 383.8 million Br.

[Addis Fortune] Enat Bank S.C has registered a 79 million Br profit after tax, showing a 59pc increase from the preceding fiscal year. In line with this, the bank has also expanded its paid-up capital to 565 million Br from 383.8 million Br.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Future of Ahmadiyya in Nigeria – Beyond the First Century

[Vanguard] The root of Ahmadiyya Nigeria Muslim Jamaat was planted in 1916 when the spread of the message of the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Ghulam Ahmad was brought to the newly amalgamated Northern and Southern protectorates in Nigeria. Ahmadiyya took i…

[Vanguard] The root of Ahmadiyya Nigeria Muslim Jamaat was planted in 1916 when the spread of the message of the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Ghulam Ahmad was brought to the newly amalgamated Northern and Southern protectorates in Nigeria. Ahmadiyya took its root in 1889 in Qadian, now Pakistan while its flame has since spread the message of peace across all corners of the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Alleged Bribery – Court Throws Out Fundamental Rights Suit By SAN

[Vanguard] A Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday, struck out a suit by Mr Godwin Obla (SAN) seeking the enforcement of his rights against alleged unlawful detention.

[Vanguard] A Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday, struck out a suit by Mr Godwin Obla (SAN) seeking the enforcement of his rights against alleged unlawful detention.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Modjo Port Expansion Sees Delay

[Addis Fortune] A project worth over 1.4 billion Br for the expansion of dry port at Modjo has been stalled for over a year due to the contractor’s difficulty in replacing its paving block machine at the cost of 2 million Br.

[Addis Fortune] A project worth over 1.4 billion Br for the expansion of dry port at Modjo has been stalled for over a year due to the contractor's difficulty in replacing its paving block machine at the cost of 2 million Br.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

NGO Organises Workshops for Tunisian Women Entering Politics

[RFI] The Tunisian NGO Aswat Nissa (Women’s Voices) aims to give women the tools and knowledge they need to be successful in politics. After Tunisia’s revolution in 2011, Islamist conservatism seemed to threaten the future of well-established women’s r…

[RFI] The Tunisian NGO Aswat Nissa (Women's Voices) aims to give women the tools and knowledge they need to be successful in politics. After Tunisia's revolution in 2011, Islamist conservatism seemed to threaten the future of well-established women's rights. But Tunisia's 2014 constitution actually upheld and protected them.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia