Taxation and the People’s Parliament

[Guardian] One of the most hated topics for public discussion is taxation. In fact, it usually gravitates to heated debates. Yet, no nation can ever boast of sustainable economic growth in the absence of well articulated and robust taxation policy; fol…

[Guardian] One of the most hated topics for public discussion is taxation. In fact, it usually gravitates to heated debates. Yet, no nation can ever boast of sustainable economic growth in the absence of well articulated and robust taxation policy; followed with religious diligence and delivered patriotic fervor. It was understandable therefore, when Acting President Yemi Osinbajo recently touched tellingly on the rather tricky issue and decided that the government would consider a nine-month period of grace before d

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘How Govt Inconsistency, Others Cripple Nigerian Athletics’

[Guardian] Nigerian athletics is facing bleak future following lack of practical commitment by the government to develop the track and field events as well as the athletes.

[Guardian] Nigerian athletics is facing bleak future following lack of practical commitment by the government to develop the track and field events as well as the athletes.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Caught in South Sudan’s War

[HRW] One hot Tuesday afternoon last January, about 10 South Sudanese government soldiers came to Elizabeth’s village, Romoji, in Kajo Keji county, near the Ugandan border. Many of the farming villages in her area have become the front lines of South S…

[HRW] One hot Tuesday afternoon last January, about 10 South Sudanese government soldiers came to Elizabeth's village, Romoji, in Kajo Keji county, near the Ugandan border. Many of the farming villages in her area have become the front lines of South Sudan's four-year civil war.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Top Leaders Fail to End Abuses

[HRW] Nairobi -South Sudanese government and opposition leaders have failed to halt atrocity crimes, including killings, rape, and forced displacement, or to hold those responsible to account, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

[HRW] Nairobi -South Sudanese government and opposition leaders have failed to halt atrocity crimes, including killings, rape, and forced displacement, or to hold those responsible to account, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Darfur – Calls On State Governments to Take Measures Against Cholera

[Radio Dabanga] Darfur / Delgo / Red Sea / Sennar -Local leaders and MPs in West and North Darfur have requested the health authorities to take measures to prevent the spread of cholera in the region. The disease is spreading among mine workers in Suda…

[Radio Dabanga] Darfur / Delgo / Red Sea / Sennar -Local leaders and MPs in West and North Darfur have requested the health authorities to take measures to prevent the spread of cholera in the region. The disease is spreading among mine workers in Sudan's Northern State.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Host Ghana Face Gambia in WAFU Cup Opener

[CAF] Host Ghana has been drawn against Gambia in the opening match of the WAFU Cup of Nations scheduled for 9-22 September 2017 in the cities of Sekondi and Cape Coast.

[CAF] Host Ghana has been drawn against Gambia in the opening match of the WAFU Cup of Nations scheduled for 9-22 September 2017 in the cities of Sekondi and Cape Coast.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

FBI Offers to Help Probe Murder of Msando

[Nation] America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation and Britain’s Scotland Yard may be drafted into the investigation to unmask the killers of election technology manager Christopher Chege Msando.

[Nation] America's Federal Bureau of Investigation and Britain's Scotland Yard may be drafted into the investigation to unmask the killers of election technology manager Christopher Chege Msando.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya