Govt Criminalises Stigmatising People Living With HIV/Aids

[Guardian] The Oyo State Government on Friday launched the state’s HIV/AIDS Anti-Stigma Law 2016, to protect and preserve the fundamental rights of people living with the disease.

[Guardian] The Oyo State Government on Friday launched the state's HIV/AIDS Anti-Stigma Law 2016, to protect and preserve the fundamental rights of people living with the disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt Launches Manual for Low Volume Roads

[Daily News] THE Government has launched a manual for low volume roads (LVR 2016) to cater for the design of new or upgrading of existing unpaved roads with a capacity of not more than 300 vehicles a day in a move to significantly reduce construction c…

[Daily News] THE Government has launched a manual for low volume roads (LVR 2016) to cater for the design of new or upgrading of existing unpaved roads with a capacity of not more than 300 vehicles a day in a move to significantly reduce construction costs.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Illicit Miners Scrape for Diamonds On Abandoned Mines

[Al Jazeera] For more than 80 years, large mines operated across Namaqualand, a remote, rocky expanse of land high up South Africa’s west coast. Today, most of these mines are closed, but millions of diamonds remain in the ground, providing bounty for …

[Al Jazeera] For more than 80 years, large mines operated across Namaqualand, a remote, rocky expanse of land high up South Africa's west coast. Today, most of these mines are closed, but millions of diamonds remain in the ground, providing bounty for illicit diggers who say they have no other means of survival.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nigeria’s Rohr Wants Cameroon to Win Final, Foresaw Leipzig Success

[Deutsche Welle] Libreville -Gernot Rohr tells DW that Cameroon would be worthier AFCON winners than Egypt and that his Nigeria side have a newfound spirit to succeed in future. On the Bundesliga, he says he is not surprised by RB Leipzig’s rise.

[Deutsche Welle] Libreville -Gernot Rohr tells DW that Cameroon would be worthier AFCON winners than Egypt and that his Nigeria side have a newfound spirit to succeed in future. On the Bundesliga, he says he is not surprised by RB Leipzig's rise.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Morocco Flexes Economic Muscle to Return to AU

[Africa Renewal] “It is a beautiful day when one returns home after too long of an absence,” King Mohammed VI of Morocco said after the North African country was readmitted to the African Union (AU) at its summit in January.

[Africa Renewal] "It is a beautiful day when one returns home after too long of an absence," King Mohammed VI of Morocco said after the North African country was readmitted to the African Union (AU) at its summit in January.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria