Witness Testifies That One of the Rhodes Park Suspects Handed Him a Toy Gun

[News24Wire] A witness in the Rhodes Park trial told the High Court sitting in Palm Ridge on Thursday morning that one of the accused asked him to keep a toy gun safe for him.

[News24Wire] A witness in the Rhodes Park trial told the High Court sitting in Palm Ridge on Thursday morning that one of the accused asked him to keep a toy gun safe for him.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

ASUU Strike – Govt Continues Meeting With Lecturers Friday

[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Thursday expressed the possibility that the Academic Staff Union of University, ASUU, would suspend its ongoing nationwide strike.

[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Thursday expressed the possibility that the Academic Staff Union of University, ASUU, would suspend its ongoing nationwide strike.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Lugogo Shooting – Key Eyewitness Goes Missing and 7 Unanswered Questions

[Monitor] People believed to be police on Tuesday evening picked up a woman in Lugogo who is said to have witnessed the weekend shooting of Kenneth Akena, who later died at the city’s Norvik Hospital.

[Monitor] People believed to be police on Tuesday evening picked up a woman in Lugogo who is said to have witnessed the weekend shooting of Kenneth Akena, who later died at the city's Norvik Hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Week Exclusively Dedicated to CNDD-FDD Ex-Combatants

[Iwacu] The secretary general of the ruling party CNDD-FDD officially opened the week dedicated to ex-Combatants yesterday. Aime Magera, Spokesman of FNL party deplores the exclusion of former FNL fighters.

[Iwacu] The secretary general of the ruling party CNDD-FDD officially opened the week dedicated to ex-Combatants yesterday. Aime Magera, Spokesman of FNL party deplores the exclusion of former FNL fighters.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Light Dims on Akena, a Child Rights Activist

[Monitor] Kampala -Kenneth Akena Watmon had burst into work life and onto the social scene with gusto. Out of school and with a paying job, the 33-year-old looked forward to starting his own family. The elders call it “settling down”.

[Monitor] Kampala -Kenneth Akena Watmon had burst into work life and onto the social scene with gusto. Out of school and with a paying job, the 33-year-old looked forward to starting his own family. The elders call it "settling down".

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda