Mawarire Faces ‘Flag Insult’ Charges

[Zimbabwe Independent] SOCIAL movement activist and cleric Evan Mawarire, who was arrested on Wednesday by security agents immediately upon arrival at the Harare International Airport after six months in exile, is expected to appear in court today faci…

[Zimbabwe Independent] SOCIAL movement activist and cleric Evan Mawarire, who was arrested on Wednesday by security agents immediately upon arrival at the Harare International Airport after six months in exile, is expected to appear in court today facing fresh charges of "insulting" the Zimbabwean national flag, inciting public violence and subverting a constitutionally-elected government.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Lauded for Dismissing Bauchi Govt’s Probe of Yuguda

[This Day] The Peoples Movement Bauchi (PMB) has hailed a Bauchi State High Court presided over by Justice Gurama M. Mahmood for displaying what it described as uncommon courage and integrity in declaring as improper, illegal and unconstitutional attem…

[This Day] The Peoples Movement Bauchi (PMB) has hailed a Bauchi State High Court presided over by Justice Gurama M. Mahmood for displaying what it described as uncommon courage and integrity in declaring as improper, illegal and unconstitutional attempts in its judgment delivered on November 1, 2016 by the state government to raise committees to probe the Isa Yuguda administration over an alleged spending of N213 billion for contracts in the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

NNPC Introduces Additional Criteria for Selection of Firms for Crude Swaps

[This Day] Abuja -Oil companies bidding for 2017 oil-for-products deals, otherwise known as crude oil swaps or Direct-Sales-Direct-Purchases (DSDP), would have to meet additional criteria, the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum …

[This Day] Abuja -Oil companies bidding for 2017 oil-for-products deals, otherwise known as crude oil swaps or Direct-Sales-Direct-Purchases (DSDP), would have to meet additional criteria, the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. Maikanthi Baru has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Universities – Common Problems but No Common Solutions

[The Conversation Africa] Students at South Africa’s universities are starting the 2017 academic year with unfinished business: demands dating back to the middle of 2015 that include scrapping tuition fees and decolonising higher education.

[The Conversation Africa] Students at South Africa's universities are starting the 2017 academic year with unfinished business: demands dating back to the middle of 2015 that include scrapping tuition fees and decolonising higher education.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Troop Morale Remains Impervious

[Cameroon Tribune] The loss of Brigadier General Jacob Kodji and his three other comrades in arms has been understandably felt well beyond the confines of the armed forces because of the kind of work they were doing to get the civilian populations take…

[Cameroon Tribune] The loss of Brigadier General Jacob Kodji and his three other comrades in arms has been understandably felt well beyond the confines of the armed forces because of the kind of work they were doing to get the civilian populations take greater participation in the military's effort to defend the fatherland and in so doing keep these populations in security and safety. By the tragic death of these military men, Cameroonians have had to come to the reality of better understanding the oft-mentioned references t

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Cameroon Dominates Ghana

[Cameroon Tribune] The Indomitable Lions beat the Black Stars of Ghana 2-0 yesterday February 2, 2017 to qualify for the final of the AFCON in Gabon.

[Cameroon Tribune] The Indomitable Lions beat the Black Stars of Ghana 2-0 yesterday February 2, 2017 to qualify for the final of the AFCON in Gabon.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Honouring a Symbol

[Cameroon Tribune] National respects being offered today to the four soldiers who died in a plane crash last month is a mark of appreciation and encouragement.

[Cameroon Tribune] National respects being offered today to the four soldiers who died in a plane crash last month is a mark of appreciation and encouragement.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon