East Darfuris Accuse Authorities of Cattle Theft

[Radio Dabanga] Ed Daein -A number of residents in Sheiria locality have accused East Darfur’s local authorities and security service members of involvement in acts of cattle theft, by assisting or protecting offenders to disguise and escape.

[Radio Dabanga] Ed Daein -A number of residents in Sheiria locality have accused East Darfur's local authorities and security service members of involvement in acts of cattle theft, by assisting or protecting offenders to disguise and escape.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Three Teachers Detained, Summoned By Sudan’s NISS

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / En Nahud -Members of the teachers’ committee in Khartoum were summoned or detained by the security service on Monday after they demanded the working environment in schools to improve. Teachers in West Kordofan are planning to…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / En Nahud -Members of the teachers' committee in Khartoum were summoned or detained by the security service on Monday after they demanded the working environment in schools to improve. Teachers in West Kordofan are planning to strike for the rest of this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Bishop – Germany Should Help Protect the ‘Forgotten People’ of Sudan

[Deutsche Welle] Max Gassis is the emeritus bishop from the El-Obeid diocese in the Nuba mountain area of Sudan. He is appealing to German and EU leaders to protect the region and his people, ‘our brothers and sisters in humanity.’ Bishop Max Gassis is…

[Deutsche Welle] Max Gassis is the emeritus bishop from the El-Obeid diocese in the Nuba mountain area of Sudan. He is appealing to German and EU leaders to protect the region and his people, 'our brothers and sisters in humanity.' Bishop Max Gassis is in Europe to meet with politicians and diplomats in Germany and EU parliamentarians in Brussels.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Sofapaka to Appoint Ssimbwa for Second Stint

[Capital FM] Nairobi -After miraculously surviving relegation, Sofapaka are set to appoint Ugandan Sam Ssimbwa for a second stint at the club, having previously worked with Batoto ba Mungu between 2009 and 2010.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -After miraculously surviving relegation, Sofapaka are set to appoint Ugandan Sam Ssimbwa for a second stint at the club, having previously worked with Batoto ba Mungu between 2009 and 2010.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Township Schoolchildren Learn Ballroom Dancing

[GroundUp] Fifty primary school pupils from poor communities in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality are to compete in a ballroom and Latin dance competition in Sun City in December.

[GroundUp] Fifty primary school pupils from poor communities in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality are to compete in a ballroom and Latin dance competition in Sun City in December.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Advertisers Call for Suspension of Bylaws on Billboards

[East African] Advertising companies in Rwanda are calling for the suspension of new directives issued by the City of Kigali, which will see majority of billboards pulled down.

[East African] Advertising companies in Rwanda are calling for the suspension of new directives issued by the City of Kigali, which will see majority of billboards pulled down.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

New Ombudsman Pledges to Abide By the Law

[Iwacu] After he was sworn in as the new Ombudsman, Edouard Nduwimana, told journalists he would carry out his mission according to laws regulating the institution. “I will try to fulfill my missions in accordance with the law on Ombudsman institution …

[Iwacu] After he was sworn in as the new Ombudsman, Edouard Nduwimana, told journalists he would carry out his mission according to laws regulating the institution. "I will try to fulfill my missions in accordance with the law on Ombudsman institution and the National Constitution with the support of the Burundian people and public administration", he said.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Court Ruling Leaves CBK, Imperial Bank Shareholders Divided

[East African] Imperial Bank’s shareholders, depositors and the Central Bank of Kenya are divided over a recent ruling by the High Court that if implemented will have far-reaching consequences on how receiverships will be handled.

[East African] Imperial Bank's shareholders, depositors and the Central Bank of Kenya are divided over a recent ruling by the High Court that if implemented will have far-reaching consequences on how receiverships will be handled.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ex-Rwanda PM Narrates Horrific Encounter With French Soldiers

[News of Rwanda] On one December evening more than 20 years ago, as I was travelling home from school, I encountered brutality from French soldiers that I will never forget.

[News of Rwanda] On one December evening more than 20 years ago, as I was travelling home from school, I encountered brutality from French soldiers that I will never forget.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda