Rapist Sentenced At Kenhardt

[SAPS] Kakamas -On 2016/11/09 the accused in this case, Piet Ntonga, also known as “Tatoe” (44) was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by the Regional Court at Upington after he was found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl.

[SAPS] Kakamas -On 2016/11/09 the accused in this case, Piet Ntonga, also known as "Tatoe" (44) was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by the Regional Court at Upington after he was found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

2017 Budget to Address Key Issues

[Times of Zambia] EXPECTATIONS are high as Minister of Finance Felix Mutati presents his maiden national budget to Parliament, and through that to the nation, today.

[Times of Zambia] EXPECTATIONS are high as Minister of Finance Felix Mutati presents his maiden national budget to Parliament, and through that to the nation, today.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Community Assistance Sought

[SAPS] Uitenhage -The Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit in Uitenhage is appealing to the community to assist them in tracing the man in the attached identikit. Police believe he can assist them in a rape case that occurred in Kw…

[SAPS] Uitenhage -The Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit in Uitenhage is appealing to the community to assist them in tracing the man in the attached identikit. Police believe he can assist them in a rape case that occurred in Kwanobuhle.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Praises for the Detectives Behind the Nine Life Sentences for Rhodes Memorial Serial Rapist

[SAPS] Western Cape -The Management of the police in the Western Cape wishes to congratulate the team of detectives from Provincial Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences on their tireless efforts to secure the conviction and sentencing o…

[SAPS] Western Cape -The Management of the police in the Western Cape wishes to congratulate the team of detectives from Provincial Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences on their tireless efforts to secure the conviction and sentencing of Mthunzi Hlomane (45), also known as the UCT serial rapist. Collaboration between the South African Police and the Justice Department ensured that this much publicised case could be finalised in a most effective manner.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

We Doubt He Will Change Anything – Alex Residents On Zuma’s Visit

[News24Wire] While some residents of the Setswetla informal settlement in Alexandra expressed joy that President Jacob Zuma was expected to visit on Tuesday, others said his presence was not going to make a difference.

[News24Wire] While some residents of the Setswetla informal settlement in Alexandra expressed joy that President Jacob Zuma was expected to visit on Tuesday, others said his presence was not going to make a difference.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

A False Choice Between Art and Science

[Addis Fortune] Lets see if we can attempt to discuss matters that are much lighter and happier than what we talked about last, something a bit different than last week. Maybe it wont necessarily be on the exact opposite of last weeks spectrum of topic…

[Addis Fortune] Lets see if we can attempt to discuss matters that are much lighter and happier than what we talked about last, something a bit different than last week. Maybe it wont necessarily be on the exact opposite of last weeks spectrum of topics but this week I have been wondering about bi-modal patterns of thought. I must admit this discussion idea was inspired by the current US elections and the flagrant differences between the electoral votes and the popular votes. Now said like this, it is clear that both vote

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

The ‘Ethnic’ Group Underrepresented in the Cabinet

[Addis Fortune] The much anticipated cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn was nothing short of a huge disappointment for particularly one “ethnic” group in Ethiopia – Women! They may not have picked up arms to express their grievan…

[Addis Fortune] The much anticipated cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn was nothing short of a huge disappointment for particularly one "ethnic" group in Ethiopia - Women! They may not have picked up arms to express their grievances for lack of adequate representation but enraged they are as opposed to what and-and yeketema newariwoch would have you believe on EBC.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia