A Befitting Final in Lubumbashi

[CAF] Much has been said, written, discussed and analysed by coaches, media and fans as the second leg final between TP Mazembe of DR Congo and Algeria’s MO Bejaja takes centre stage.

[CAF] Much has been said, written, discussed and analysed by coaches, media and fans as the second leg final between TP Mazembe of DR Congo and Algeria's MO Bejaja takes centre stage.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Zimbabwe Edge Zambia in Harare Friendly

[New Zimbabwe] TOWERING Chicken Inn centre back Teenage Hadebe leapt highest to plant a firm header into the nets on 55 minutes for the Warriors to see off neighbours Zambia at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday.

[New Zimbabwe] TOWERING Chicken Inn centre back Teenage Hadebe leapt highest to plant a firm header into the nets on 55 minutes for the Warriors to see off neighbours Zambia at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

New Partnerships Are Needed to Arrest Economic Malaise

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa’s Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan presented his 2016 mid-term budget on the back of a crisis in higher education funding characterised by widespread national student protests. The Conversation Africa’s business an…

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan presented his 2016 mid-term budget on the back of a crisis in higher education funding characterised by widespread national student protests. The Conversation Africa's business and economy editor Sibonelo Radebe asked Steve Koch to weigh the minister's speech.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Tide Begins to Turn Against South Africa’s President and His Supporters

[The Conversation Africa] There are growing signs the tide has indeed begun to turn against South African President Jacob Zuma and his supporters. The politics of patronage is no longer working as it used to when Zuma’s defenders could be rewarded for …

[The Conversation Africa] There are growing signs the tide has indeed begun to turn against South African President Jacob Zuma and his supporters. The politics of patronage is no longer working as it used to when Zuma's defenders could be rewarded for their efforts with promotion, tenders, or a lucrative revolving door to corporate directorships.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

South Africans Learn That the Law Can Be a Double-Edged Sword

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority charged the country’s finance minister Pravin Gordhan and two of his former colleagues at the tax authority, Ivan Pillay and Oupa Magashule, with fraud last month. The charge was w…

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's National Prosecuting Authority charged the country's finance minister Pravin Gordhan and two of his former colleagues at the tax authority, Ivan Pillay and Oupa Magashule, with fraud last month. The charge was widely criticised as baseless and politically motivated, amid allegations of state capture. It sent the currency into a nosedive and wiped billions off the stock market. This week, the NPA withdrew the charges on the eve of the trio's court appearance. Politics and society editor, Thab

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘We Are Making Brisk Business Selling Dog Meat’

[Daily Trust] Women in Tafawa Balewa town of Bauchi State have ventured into the selling of dog meat, once the exclusive preserve of men in the area, and are making brisk business.

[Daily Trust] Women in Tafawa Balewa town of Bauchi State have ventured into the selling of dog meat, once the exclusive preserve of men in the area, and are making brisk business.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria