Women Footballers Await Payments

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Botswana National Sports Commission (BNSC) and Botswana Football Association (BFA) are pointing fingers at each other over delay in payment of appearance fees and allowances for senior women national team players.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Botswana National Sports Commission (BNSC) and Botswana Football Association (BFA) are pointing fingers at each other over delay in payment of appearance fees and allowances for senior women national team players.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

MPs to Discuss U.S. Election Results

[News24Wire] Parliament’s international relations and co-operation committee is on Wednesday expected to discuss the impact of the US elections on South Africa’s foreign policy.

[News24Wire] Parliament's international relations and co-operation committee is on Wednesday expected to discuss the impact of the US elections on South Africa's foreign policy.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mugisha Targets Tour Du Rwanda Stage Win

[New Times] Following his feat as the best climber in stage two of the 2016 Tour du Rwanda Kigali-Karongi (124.7km), Benediction Club rider Samuel Mugisha has set his target on winning at least one stage in the ongoing competition.

[New Times] Following his feat as the best climber in stage two of the 2016 Tour du Rwanda Kigali-Karongi (124.7km), Benediction Club rider Samuel Mugisha has set his target on winning at least one stage in the ongoing competition.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Are Politicians Trying to Intimidate Media Through Lawsuits?

[Nyasa Times] Malawi’s ruling Democrtaic Progressive Party (DPP) national organising secretary Richard Makondi has filed a libel lawsuit against Times Group over a report published in Malawi News on his suspected roles in Cashgate–the plunder of publi…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi's ruling Democrtaic Progressive Party (DPP) national organising secretary Richard Makondi has filed a libel lawsuit against Times Group over a report published in Malawi News on his suspected roles in Cashgate--the plunder of public resources at Capital Hill exposed in September 2013 alongside businessperson Mohammad Kassam.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Thousands of Children Displaced and Out of School Due to Galkayo Fighting

[Dalsan Radio] More than 90,000 people, including at least 20,000 children who were in school, have been displaced by fighting between factions in the Galkayo region of Central Somalia, which began a month ago.

[Dalsan Radio] More than 90,000 people, including at least 20,000 children who were in school, have been displaced by fighting between factions in the Galkayo region of Central Somalia, which began a month ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Framing Visions Through Affirmative Art

[Independent (Kampala)] It turns out that many people are clueless about what they really want to be; that what they are has been conditioned by external influences. These could be society, peers, friends, family pressures, and more.

[Independent (Kampala)] It turns out that many people are clueless about what they really want to be; that what they are has been conditioned by external influences. These could be society, peers, friends, family pressures, and more.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Dasuki Declines Govt’s Offer of Temporary Release to Bury His Dad

[This Day] The federal government on Tuesday absolved itself of blame as to why the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), was not allowed to attend the burial of his father, the 18th Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Ibrahim Dasuki wh…

[This Day] The federal government on Tuesday absolved itself of blame as to why the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), was not allowed to attend the burial of his father, the 18th Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Ibrahim Dasuki who died on Monday, saying that his son had vehemently rejected the offer for his temporary release.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

New Survey Says Thousands of Kids Dying in North-East

[This Day] Thousands of children have died of starvation and diseases in Boko Haram-ravaged North-eastern Nigeria, Doctors Without Borders said yesterday, quoting a new survey that is forcing Nigerian government officials to stop denying the crisis.

[This Day] Thousands of children have died of starvation and diseases in Boko Haram-ravaged North-eastern Nigeria, Doctors Without Borders said yesterday, quoting a new survey that is forcing Nigerian government officials to stop denying the crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria