Eight Killed in Head-On Crash Near Ngcobo

[News24Wire] Eight people died in a head-on collision between a double-cab bakkie and another vehicle on the R61 outside Ngcobo on Tuesday evening, the Eastern Cape health department said.

[News24Wire] Eight people died in a head-on collision between a double-cab bakkie and another vehicle on the R61 outside Ngcobo on Tuesday evening, the Eastern Cape health department said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Boos Against President Should Be Celebrated’

[News24Wire] It should be applauded that we have a democracy where the president can be booed when people are unhappy with the president, said Patekile Holomisa, deputy minister of labour.

[News24Wire] It should be applauded that we have a democracy where the president can be booed when people are unhappy with the president, said Patekile Holomisa, deputy minister of labour.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Magufuli’s Four Promises to Public Sector Employees

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli yesterday promised to employ 52,000 new workers in various departments in government this year as he outlined his four major pledges to public sector employees during the International Workers’ Day celeb…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli yesterday promised to employ 52,000 new workers in various departments in government this year as he outlined his four major pledges to public sector employees during the International Workers' Day celebrations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Origins of Ordinary Things – Leisure and Recreation

[New Times] “It’s time to take a break.” This is one of the most pleasant and most popular phrases to a child’s ear. It means that you can now start laughing, playing and joking around with your friends without the fear of being punished for disrupting…

[New Times] "It's time to take a break." This is one of the most pleasant and most popular phrases to a child's ear. It means that you can now start laughing, playing and joking around with your friends without the fear of being punished for disrupting studies. During break time, some play games while holding conversations with their friends. This is called leisure and recreation.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Over 1.5 Million New Voters Registers for Presidential Elections

[New Times] The number of new voters registered to participate in the August presidential election has so far passed the 1.5 million mark, the Executive Secretary National Electoral Commission (NEC), Charles Munyaneza, has said.

[New Times] The number of new voters registered to participate in the August presidential election has so far passed the 1.5 million mark, the Executive Secretary National Electoral Commission (NEC), Charles Munyaneza, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Former Presidents Unite to Deal With ‘Deep Crisis’

[News24Wire] In an unprecedented move, three former presidents and a deputy president, will come together for the country to discuss the “deep and pervasive national general crisis” facing SA.

[News24Wire] In an unprecedented move, three former presidents and a deputy president, will come together for the country to discuss the "deep and pervasive national general crisis" facing SA.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Security Guard in Nyanga Hostage Situation Dies

[News24Wire] The security guard who was shot and wounded in a hostage standoff at Cape Town’s Nyanga Junction has died, Western Cape police said on Tuesday, ahead of a visit to the site by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula.

[News24Wire] The security guard who was shot and wounded in a hostage standoff at Cape Town's Nyanga Junction has died, Western Cape police said on Tuesday, ahead of a visit to the site by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Rhinos Return to Complete ‘The Big Five’ of Akagera Park

[New Times] Rwanda has received 10 Eastern Black Rhinoceros from South Africa, officially sealing Akagera National Park’s ‘big five’ status, thus boost tourism sector.

[New Times] Rwanda has received 10 Eastern Black Rhinoceros from South Africa, officially sealing Akagera National Park's 'big five' status, thus boost tourism sector.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fuel Shortage Adds to Burundi’s Woes

[East African] As Burundi marks two years of political crisis, the economy has been wobbling and now a two-week fuel shortage is threatening to worsen the situation.

[East African] As Burundi marks two years of political crisis, the economy has been wobbling and now a two-week fuel shortage is threatening to worsen the situation.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi