Child Rights Activists Call for Free Education

[New Zimbabwe] CHILD rights activists have challenged the government to consider free education for some children also ensure that poor families are supported, especially by proving them with food.

[New Zimbabwe] CHILD rights activists have challenged the government to consider free education for some children also ensure that poor families are supported, especially by proving them with food.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Eagles Right Back Position Still Up for Grabs – Yusuf

[Daily Trust] Super Eagles chief coach Salisu Yusuf has dismissed insinuations that some members of the senior national team will be dropped for below par performances in the next FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier against Cameroun saying only the right bac…

[Daily Trust] Super Eagles chief coach Salisu Yusuf has dismissed insinuations that some members of the senior national team will be dropped for below par performances in the next FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier against Cameroun saying only the right back position is up for grabs at this time.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Foreman Dies As Fellow Worker Survives Ruaka Wall Collapse

[Capital FM] Kiambu -One person died while another escaped with injuries following the collapse of a perimeter wall in a six-storey building at a construction site in Kiambu County on Saturday morning.

[Capital FM] Kiambu -One person died while another escaped with injuries following the collapse of a perimeter wall in a six-storey building at a construction site in Kiambu County on Saturday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Serengeti Boys Smell CAF Fortune

[Daily News] NATIONAL Under-17 football team, Serengeti Boys hopes of winning a place in the Africa Youth championship finals in Madagascar 2017 are rekindled after Congo failed to send its player for the age verification test in Cairo on Friday.

[Daily News] NATIONAL Under-17 football team, Serengeti Boys hopes of winning a place in the Africa Youth championship finals in Madagascar 2017 are rekindled after Congo failed to send its player for the age verification test in Cairo on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Justice Minister Holds ‘Constructive Talks’ With ICC

[News24Wire] A month after announcing South Africa’s intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, Justice Minister Michael Masutha held talks with its president.

[News24Wire] A month after announcing South Africa's intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, Justice Minister Michael Masutha held talks with its president.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Political Mayhem Disrupts Economy

[Zimbabwe Independent] Jeffrey Sachs, a professor of economics and director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University in the United States, says nations do not need to re-invent the wheel when it comes to charting a path to sustainable prosperity.

[Zimbabwe Independent] Jeffrey Sachs, a professor of economics and director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University in the United States, says nations do not need to re-invent the wheel when it comes to charting a path to sustainable prosperity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Newspaper Must Uphold Ethics

[Zambia Reports] The coverage of the Football Association of Zambia by the Zambia Daily Mail sports desk is not a secret. The newspaper supports the corrupt. It’s a mouthpiece for people who have stolen money from Zambian football. Everything the newsp…

[Zambia Reports] The coverage of the Football Association of Zambia by the Zambia Daily Mail sports desk is not a secret. The newspaper supports the corrupt. It's a mouthpiece for people who have stolen money from Zambian football. Everything the newspaper does is to skew opinion in their favour. This is a well known fact and they are proud to be identified as such.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Journalism Students Victims of Alleged Intimidation

[News24Wire] Police and private security allegedly threatened a University of Johannesburg journalism student who was at the scene of a murder, the South African Communication Association said on Friday.

[News24Wire] Police and private security allegedly threatened a University of Johannesburg journalism student who was at the scene of a murder, the South African Communication Association said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa