Traffickers Plot to Sell Nigerians for Sex At Russia’s World Cup

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Abuja/London -Human traffickers are planning to exploit relaxed Russian visa controls for next month’s World Cup to sell Nigerian women into sex work, state officials and anti-slavery activists said.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Abuja/London -Human traffickers are planning to exploit relaxed Russian visa controls for next month's World Cup to sell Nigerian women into sex work, state officials and anti-slavery activists said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Judiciary Deny Delivering Judgment in Age Limit Case

[Monitor] Kampala -The Judiciary has come out to assure the general public that the Constitutional Court has not yet delivered the much-awaited judgment on the consolidated presidential age limit petitions.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Judiciary has come out to assure the general public that the Constitutional Court has not yet delivered the much-awaited judgment on the consolidated presidential age limit petitions.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Deputy Prime Minister Reiterates Government’s Commitment to Provide 24/7 Water Supply

[Government of Mauritius] Government is investing massively in the upgrading of modern infrastructural water systems to improve the water distribution network across the country and ensure that the population has access to clean water on a 24/7 basis.

[Government of Mauritius] Government is investing massively in the upgrading of modern infrastructural water systems to improve the water distribution network across the country and ensure that the population has access to clean water on a 24/7 basis.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Cabinet Discusses Economic , Social and Political Issues

[Egypt Online] The cabinet met Wednesday under Prime Minister Sherif Ismail and discussed a number of economic, social and political files in addition to reports on the quality of services offered to citizens and the under-construction national projects.

[Egypt Online] The cabinet met Wednesday under Prime Minister Sherif Ismail and discussed a number of economic, social and political files in addition to reports on the quality of services offered to citizens and the under-construction national projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Task Team Recommends History Be Made Compulsory and More Africa-Centred

[News24Wire] A ministerial task team has recommended that history be made a compulsory school subject, according to a report released by the Department of Basic Education on Thursday.

[News24Wire] A ministerial task team has recommended that history be made a compulsory school subject, according to a report released by the Department of Basic Education on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘I’ll See You in Court’ – Cape Town Council Reduces De Lille’s Powers to ‘Ceremonial’

[News24Wire] The City of Cape Town council has agreed to reduce executive Mayor Patricia de Lille’s role to “ceremonial”, delegating her powers to her mayoral committee, with final oversight held by the council.

[News24Wire] The City of Cape Town council has agreed to reduce executive Mayor Patricia de Lille's role to "ceremonial", delegating her powers to her mayoral committee, with final oversight held by the council.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Egypt Rejects EU Remarks On Human Rights Conditions

[Egypt Online] Foreign Ministry’s Spokesman Counselor Ahmed Abu Zeid expressed Egypt’s full rejection of remarks made by the European Union External Action Service on human rights conditions in Egypt, saying that such statements contain inaccurate info…

[Egypt Online] Foreign Ministry's Spokesman Counselor Ahmed Abu Zeid expressed Egypt's full rejection of remarks made by the European Union External Action Service on human rights conditions in Egypt, saying that such statements contain inaccurate information and contradict with the current common understandings between Egypt and the EU.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt