Thousands Stranded As Night Travel Ban Bites

[Nairobi News] Hundreds of travellers were on Monday stranded as a transport hitch hit various parts of the country following Sunday’s ban on night bus travel by the National Transport and Safety Authority.

[Nairobi News] Hundreds of travellers were on Monday stranded as a transport hitch hit various parts of the country following Sunday's ban on night bus travel by the National Transport and Safety Authority.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Surviving Harsh Reality of Displacement

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia hosts the fifth largest refugee population in the world. For a developing country, recurrent droughts and conflicts put a massive economic strain. But more worrying is the internal displacement of people caused by inter-regiona…

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia hosts the fifth largest refugee population in the world. For a developing country, recurrent droughts and conflicts put a massive economic strain. But more worrying is the internal displacement of people caused by inter-regional disputes; the nation's capacity is bursting at the seams. What started as a dispute among few individuals took a turn for the worst forcing people to flee their hometown and seek refuge in camps. SAMSON BERHANE, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER, delves into the lives of the internally

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Uncharted Waters of Ethiopian Politics

[Addis Fortune] Democracy is that system of government which history found better suits society. But most African states – and some not – have lacked it even if leaders consistently promise that public officials are accountable to their constituents. E…

[Addis Fortune] Democracy is that system of government which history found better suits society. But most African states - and some not - have lacked it even if leaders consistently promise that public officials are accountable to their constituents. Ethiopia's situation does not fare better, and the last two years have not been particularly good to the country, where unrests across the nation have been consistent.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Kuwait Saga – Interpol Still After Suspect

[The Herald] The International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) is still looking for employment agent James Tungamirai Maroodza (30) who is accused of recruiting Zimbabwean women and trafficking them to Kuwait. Maroodza is the only Zimbabwean on…

[The Herald] The International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) is still looking for employment agent James Tungamirai Maroodza (30) who is accused of recruiting Zimbabwean women and trafficking them to Kuwait. Maroodza is the only Zimbabwean on Interpol's wanted list. According to the Interpol website, Maroodza, from Mt Darwin, is wanted for eight counts of human trafficking.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

First Water-Park Breaks Ground in Bishoftu

[Addis Fortune] Kuriftu Resort & Spa is constructing the nation’s first water-park, an amusement park that features water play areas, at the cost of 70 million Br in Bishoftu town.

[Addis Fortune] Kuriftu Resort & Spa is constructing the nation's first water-park, an amusement park that features water play areas, at the cost of 70 million Br in Bishoftu town.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Self-Styled Prophet Accused of Rape

[The Herald] Johanne Masowe Wechishanu YeNyenyedzi’s self-styled prophet Herbert Senda has appeared in court on allegations of raping a woman he was praying for at his shrine at Budiriro 4 paddocks, Harare.

[The Herald] Johanne Masowe Wechishanu YeNyenyedzi's self-styled prophet Herbert Senda has appeared in court on allegations of raping a woman he was praying for at his shrine at Budiriro 4 paddocks, Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mapeza Gets His Men – FC Platinum Submit Squad to CAF, Champions Secure Kutsanzura and Mlanga

[The Herald] Premiership kings FC Platinum have ended weeks of speculation and anxiety by registering a 28-man squad which coach Norman Mapeza believes has the capacity to secure their target of a Champions League group stage appearance.

[The Herald] Premiership kings FC Platinum have ended weeks of speculation and anxiety by registering a 28-man squad which coach Norman Mapeza believes has the capacity to secure their target of a Champions League group stage appearance.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe