Al-Qaida-linked Militants Claim Responsibility for Mali Suicide Bombing

[VOA] An al-Qaida linked extremist group claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s suicide attack on a military camp in northern Mali that killed at least 60 soldiers and former rebels and wounded 115.

[VOA] An al-Qaida linked extremist group claimed responsibility for Wednesday's suicide attack on a military camp in northern Mali that killed at least 60 soldiers and former rebels and wounded 115.

source: AllAfrica News: Mali

Netball Coach Sets Targets in 2017

[Nyasa Times] Ahead of the final games for the 2016 Southern Region Netball League this weekend at the Blantyre Youth Centre, Kukoma Diamonds Coach whose team is set to be officially handed the title has already set targets for the forthcoming season.

[Nyasa Times] Ahead of the final games for the 2016 Southern Region Netball League this weekend at the Blantyre Youth Centre, Kukoma Diamonds Coach whose team is set to be officially handed the title has already set targets for the forthcoming season.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Foreign Currency Shortages Worsen

[Financial Gazette] AN implosion is simmering in a number of critical industries on the back of a worsening payments gridlock in the financial services sector with imported raw materials running out at some plants around the country, raising the spectr…

[Financial Gazette] AN implosion is simmering in a number of critical industries on the back of a worsening payments gridlock in the financial services sector with imported raw materials running out at some plants around the country, raising the spectre of more company closures and job losses, the Financial Gazette can report.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Seven Journalists Denied Entry to Gambia Ahead of Contested Inauguration

[CPJ] Lagos -Seven international journalists planning to report on the inauguration of Gambia’s president-elect Adama Barrow tomorrow were denied entry to the country on January 16, according to reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists denounced t…

[CPJ] Lagos -Seven international journalists planning to report on the inauguration of Gambia's president-elect Adama Barrow tomorrow were denied entry to the country on January 16, according to reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists denounced the obstruction as a deliberate attempt to silence the press during a period of political unrest.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Fuck White People’ Artwork Vandalised At Cape Museum

[News24Wire] An art piece at the National Art Museum in Cape Town, titled Fuck White People , was vandalised by a political party calling for people to “love they neighbour”.

[News24Wire] An art piece at the National Art Museum in Cape Town, titled Fuck White People , was vandalised by a political party calling for people to "love they neighbour".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Education Minister Experimenting With Children’s Future?

[Financial Gazette] SOME among us have come to the conclusion that Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Lazarus Dokora, epitomises the character and behaviour of the ZANU-PF government more than any of his Cabinet colleagues.

[Financial Gazette] SOME among us have come to the conclusion that Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Lazarus Dokora, epitomises the character and behaviour of the ZANU-PF government more than any of his Cabinet colleagues.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Remove Education From Concurrent List

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government is considering removal of education from the Concurrent Legislative List to the Exclusive List, Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwukah said.

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government is considering removal of education from the Concurrent Legislative List to the Exclusive List, Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwukah said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Borno Misfire – 54 Victims in Three Maiduguri Hospitals

[Daily Trust] Maiduguri -54 victims of the military bomb misfire in Rann, Headquarters of Kala-Balge local overnment area of Borno State, are currently hospitalized in three hospitals in Maiduguri, all of them in stable conditions, the Borno State Comm…

[Daily Trust] Maiduguri -54 victims of the military bomb misfire in Rann, Headquarters of Kala-Balge local overnment area of Borno State, are currently hospitalized in three hospitals in Maiduguri, all of them in stable conditions, the Borno State Commissioner for Health, Dr Haruna Mshelia said in an update released yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria