28 Secondary School Students Arrested for Cult Activities in Delta

[Vanguard] Delta Police Command has arrested 28 suspected teenage cultists operating in some public secondary schools in Asaba, in Delta, the state Police Commissioner, CP Zanna Ibrahim, revealed, weekend.

[Vanguard] Delta Police Command has arrested 28 suspected teenage cultists operating in some public secondary schools in Asaba, in Delta, the state Police Commissioner, CP Zanna Ibrahim, revealed, weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Funding Shortages Cause Closure of Health Units in Sudan

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Sudan reports in its latest weekly bulletin that a lack of funding is forcing humanitarian organisations to either hand over or close down their health facil…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Sudan reports in its latest weekly bulletin that a lack of funding is forcing humanitarian organisations to either hand over or close down their health facilities in some parts of Sudan. In Um Keddada in North Darfur, about 140 suspected cases of diphtheria have been recorded. From January to September, 173,973 children suffering from acute malnutrition have been treated across Sudan. About 27,500 Sudanese refugees have returned from Yida

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Julius Malema and Mcebo Dlamini – Young People Prone to Foolishness and Fads

[Daily Maverick] The EFF has been calling for is the undoing of the 1994 project, citing it as a deal by the devil which promised a continuation of the subjugation of black people and white superiority.

[Daily Maverick] The EFF has been calling for is the undoing of the 1994 project, citing it as a deal by the devil which promised a continuation of the subjugation of black people and white superiority.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

ICC – Pursuing Justice Has Never Been More Important

[Daily Maverick] We should all be outraged at the intention of our government to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. In whose interests do they govern? Has the foundation of our democracy, a commitment to social justice, human rights and eq…

[Daily Maverick] We should all be outraged at the intention of our government to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. In whose interests do they govern? Has the foundation of our democracy, a commitment to social justice, human rights and equality before the law been thrown out of the window? Should our public debate not be about justice for the millions of victims who suffer daily atrocities at the hands of brutal dictators who claim to rule on our behalf?

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Panayiotou Trial Continues in Port Elizabeth

[News24Wire] The trial of Christopher Panayiotou and his co-accused for the murder of his wife Jayde is expected to continue in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Monday.

[News24Wire] The trial of Christopher Panayiotou and his co-accused for the murder of his wife Jayde is expected to continue in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Atiku – Boko Haram Still Retains Capacity for Deadly Attacks

[This Day] Former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has said the Boko Haram insurgents still retain the capacity for occasional deadly attacks in the North-eastern region of the country.

[This Day] Former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has said the Boko Haram insurgents still retain the capacity for occasional deadly attacks in the North-eastern region of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Convictions Based On Tainted ‘Confessions’

[HRW] Tunis -Moroccan courts recently sentenced two French citizens in unrelated cases to prison based largely on “confessions” written in Arabic, which they cannot read, Human Rights Watch, FIDH (the International Federation for Human Rights), and Amn…

[HRW] Tunis -Moroccan courts recently sentenced two French citizens in unrelated cases to prison based largely on "confessions" written in Arabic, which they cannot read, Human Rights Watch, FIDH (the International Federation for Human Rights), and Amnesty International said today. Both defendants repudiated the confessions once they learned their contents.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Govt to Fix South Sudan’s Health Care Sector

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government at the weekend said efforts are in top gear to intervene in South Sudan’s health care sector by assisting the country to fix its dilapidated health system ravaged by prolonged war.

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government at the weekend said efforts are in top gear to intervene in South Sudan's health care sector by assisting the country to fix its dilapidated health system ravaged by prolonged war.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Supplement Government Efforts to Achieve Desired Development

[New Times] Rwanda has successfully addressed national challenges using home-grown solutions. This approach is largely responsible for the country’s tremendous development pace, which has seen millions of people lifted out of poverty.

[New Times] Rwanda has successfully addressed national challenges using home-grown solutions. This approach is largely responsible for the country's tremendous development pace, which has seen millions of people lifted out of poverty.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda