End of an Era As the Undertaker Quits Wwe Ring

[Nation] When he made his iconic entry into the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) ring on Sunday night, millions of fans around the word expected an impressive wrestling match and, to cap it all, a grand win by The Undertaker.

[Nation] When he made his iconic entry into the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) ring on Sunday night, millions of fans around the word expected an impressive wrestling match and, to cap it all, a grand win by The Undertaker.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Opposition Parties Unite Against Zuma

[Daily Maverick] As President Jacob Zuma comes under increased scrutiny, opposition parties on Monday said they will work together to try to remove him from office. Their efforts depend on Speaker Baleka Mbete deciding to recall the National Assembly a…

[Daily Maverick] As President Jacob Zuma comes under increased scrutiny, opposition parties on Monday said they will work together to try to remove him from office. Their efforts depend on Speaker Baleka Mbete deciding to recall the National Assembly and hear a motion of no confidence and ANC MPs supporting it. By GREG NICOLSON.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Imizamo Yethu Residents to Oppose City Interdict

[GroundUp] Many people in Imizamo Yethu continue to build their homes, despite an interdict by the City of Cape Town on 19 March. The interdict prevents some residents rebuilding their houses so that the area can be reblocked following a fire in March …

[GroundUp] Many people in Imizamo Yethu continue to build their homes, despite an interdict by the City of Cape Town on 19 March. The interdict prevents some residents rebuilding their houses so that the area can be reblocked following a fire in March that left thousands homeless.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Struggling Bulls Struck By Injuries

[News24Wire] The Bulls have suffered a number of injury setbacks following their loss to the Chiefs in New Zealand, with four players unable to continue to Japan, where the Pretoria-based franchise will take on the Sunwolves on Friday.

[News24Wire] The Bulls have suffered a number of injury setbacks following their loss to the Chiefs in New Zealand, with four players unable to continue to Japan, where the Pretoria-based franchise will take on the Sunwolves on Friday.

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SA Inc, Junked – ‘This Is the Consequence of a Government Misbehaving’

[Daily Maverick] South African banks lost R60-billion in the hours following President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle. But that is going to be minuscule compared to what the country stands to lose if the government does not respond appropriately to rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P’s) decision to downgrade South Africa to junk status. By JILLIAN GREEN.

[Daily Maverick] South African banks lost R60-billion in the hours following President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle. But that is going to be minuscule compared to what the country stands to lose if the government does not respond appropriately to rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P's) decision to downgrade South Africa to junk status. By JILLIAN GREEN.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Standard & Poor’s 1 – Jacob Zuma 0

[Daily Maverick] Standard & Poor’s fired its first shot by downgrading South Africa’s long-term foreign currency sovereign credit rating to “junk” status. This may sound like financial mumbo-jumbo to most South Africans, and it is. So, let me explain.

[Daily Maverick] Standard & Poor's fired its first shot by downgrading South Africa's long-term foreign currency sovereign credit rating to "junk" status. This may sound like financial mumbo-jumbo to most South Africans, and it is. So, let me explain.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Why the New Education Curriculum Is a Triumph for Kenya’s Children

[The Conversation Africa] Every child and parent in Kenya knows all too well that grades matter. During the final year of primary school, pupils sit to write a nationally administered exam that determines their progression to secondary school. Children…

[The Conversation Africa] Every child and parent in Kenya knows all too well that grades matter. During the final year of primary school, pupils sit to write a nationally administered exam that determines their progression to secondary school. Children have to attain high grades in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) to secure places in the best secondary schools - public or private.

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