Give Us Leaders Not Looters – Malawi Party Conventions in the Air

[Nyasa Times] With about 500 days to go before the May 2019 elections, political parties – the non-briefcase types that is, are pondering national conventions. High on their agendas is election of their torch bearers for the 2019 marathon.

[Nyasa Times] With about 500 days to go before the May 2019 elections, political parties - the non-briefcase types that is, are pondering national conventions. High on their agendas is election of their torch bearers for the 2019 marathon.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Court Fines Mangochi Man U.S. $14 for Cultivating Chamba

[Nyasa Times] Mangochi First Grade Magistrate’s Court has convicted and ordered James Lucius to pay a fine of K100 000 or in default serve 36 months imprisonment with hard labour for cultivating Indian hemp (chamba).

[Nyasa Times] Mangochi First Grade Magistrate's Court has convicted and ordered James Lucius to pay a fine of K100 000 or in default serve 36 months imprisonment with hard labour for cultivating Indian hemp (chamba).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Receives 493 Libya Returnees, to Unveil Rehabilitation Plan

[This Day] Port Harcourt -The federal government yesterday received 493 Nigerians evacuated from Libya with a vow to unveil a rehabilitation plan to sooth their pains after their harrowing experience in the North African country.

[This Day] Port Harcourt -The federal government yesterday received 493 Nigerians evacuated from Libya with a vow to unveil a rehabilitation plan to sooth their pains after their harrowing experience in the North African country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

A Lesson for Gwede – Theft On Grand Scale Is Committed By the Rich, At the Expense of the Poor

[Daily Maverick] Gwede Mantashe’s argument that the new ANC President will not steal because he is wealthy is ideologically sterile, intellectually lazy, and opportunistic. To insinuate that poor people are the ones responsible for thieving is disingen…

[Daily Maverick] Gwede Mantashe's argument that the new ANC President will not steal because he is wealthy is ideologically sterile, intellectually lazy, and opportunistic. To insinuate that poor people are the ones responsible for thieving is disingenuous and dishonest.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Tug of War Ensues As Indongo Pens American Deal

[Namibian] THE MTC Nestor Sunshine Boxing and Fitness Academy on Sunday remained mum over want-away star fighter Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo reportedly signing an exclusive long-term promotional agreement with DiBella Entertainment.

[Namibian] THE MTC Nestor Sunshine Boxing and Fitness Academy on Sunday remained mum over want-away star fighter Julius 'Blue Machine' Indongo reportedly signing an exclusive long-term promotional agreement with DiBella Entertainment.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Coleman Off to Spain

[Namibian] BRAVE GLADIATORS forward Zenatha Coleman is itching to help struggling Real Zaragoza to safety after signing for the Spanish Primera Division side on Friday.

[Namibian] BRAVE GLADIATORS forward Zenatha Coleman is itching to help struggling Real Zaragoza to safety after signing for the Spanish Primera Division side on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

ANC’s 106th – Birthday Cake Approaching, It Is Still About Unity – and KZN

[Daily Maverick] Newly-elected ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa’s face is plastered on posters around East London, ahead of the party’s birthday rally this weekend, which will ring in a new year. The ANC’s problems of 2017 are, however, far from over, and…

[Daily Maverick] Newly-elected ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa's face is plastered on posters around East London, ahead of the party's birthday rally this weekend, which will ring in a new year. The ANC's problems of 2017 are, however, far from over, and this week will be crucial in setting the tone for the party desperately in need of clear direction. By CARIEN DU PLESSIS.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

He Who Has Our Food Has Power

[Zimbabwe Standard] The immediate desire for shelter, health, wellbeing and the innate instinct for self-preservation and survival has long been hailed as the single most dominant human need and inherent motivation of human (and animal) behaviour.

[Zimbabwe Standard] The immediate desire for shelter, health, wellbeing and the innate instinct for self-preservation and survival has long been hailed as the single most dominant human need and inherent motivation of human (and animal) behaviour.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe