2019 – ‘With an Igbo Man As President of Nigeria … ‘

[Vanguard] Ahead of 2019 Presidential election Youths from the Northern region, yesterday, backed the Southeast region to produce the Nigerian President, saying that it will soften agitations for Biafra.

[Vanguard] Ahead of 2019 Presidential election Youths from the Northern region, yesterday, backed the Southeast region to produce the Nigerian President, saying that it will soften agitations for Biafra.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Opposition Calls for Leadership On Free Higher Education

[News24Wire] Two opposition parties – the DA and the IFP – have called on government to provide leadership amid fears that chaos would break out once universities open for registration.

[News24Wire] Two opposition parties - the DA and the IFP - have called on government to provide leadership amid fears that chaos would break out once universities open for registration.

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Girl, 3, Still Missing After Disappearing From Church Service

[News24Wire] There’s still no sign of the three-year-old girl, who disappeared in Amandawe, on the lower south coast of KwaZulu-Natal on New Year’s Eve, police said.

[News24Wire] There's still no sign of the three-year-old girl, who disappeared in Amandawe, on the lower south coast of KwaZulu-Natal on New Year's Eve, police said.

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‘Diamond Champagne’ and Murder Plots – Sensational Claims in Modack Bail Bid

[News24Wire] Controversial businessman Nafiz Modack allegedly extorted money from several rich business people, as well as two Israeli men, who wanted to sell high-end champagne containing diamonds in clubs around Cape Town.

[News24Wire] Controversial businessman Nafiz Modack allegedly extorted money from several rich business people, as well as two Israeli men, who wanted to sell high-end champagne containing diamonds in clubs around Cape Town.

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Universities Want Meeting With Department of Higher Education Over ‘Free’ Education

[News24Wire] As vice-chancellors on Wednesday expressed concern over the implementation of President Jacob Zuma’s fee free decision, Universities SA (USAf) said it hoped a meeting with the Department of Higher Education could take place soon.

[News24Wire] As vice-chancellors on Wednesday expressed concern over the implementation of President Jacob Zuma's fee free decision, Universities SA (USAf) said it hoped a meeting with the Department of Higher Education could take place soon.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Son of Anti-Apartheid Activist Due in Court for Allegedly Assaulting Wife

[News24Wire] A well-known businessman, who is also the son of a late prominent anti-apartheid activist – is expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Thursday for allegedly assaulting his wife in Camps Bay, Cape Town earlier this week.W…

[News24Wire] A well-known businessman, who is also the son of a late prominent anti-apartheid activist - is expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Thursday for allegedly assaulting his wife in Camps Bay, Cape Town earlier this week.Western Cape police spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk confirmed to News24 on Wednesday that a domestic violence-related assault charge was laid by the man's 27-year-old wife on New Year's Day at the Camps Bay police station and that it was under investigation.

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Joburg ANC to Challenge Appointment of New JMPD Chief

[News24Wire] The ANC in Johannesburg plans to use “all available avenues” to challenge the appointment of David Tembe as the new chief of the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD).

[News24Wire] The ANC in Johannesburg plans to use "all available avenues" to challenge the appointment of David Tembe as the new chief of the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD).

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12-Year-Old’s Death Highlights Need for Safe Medicine Storage

[News24Wire] The death of a 12-year-old girl, who drank medicine meant for her ill father, has highlighted the need to keep medicines away from children in case they accidentally ingest some of it.”Although death is not common in children, there are a …

[News24Wire] The death of a 12-year-old girl, who drank medicine meant for her ill father, has highlighted the need to keep medicines away from children in case they accidentally ingest some of it."Although death is not common in children, there are a few medicines where 'one pill can kill'," said Dr Cindy Stephen, Director of the Poisons Information Centre at Red Cross Children's Hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa