Over 50 Students at Mulungushi University Suspended

Over 50 students at the Mulungushi University have been suspended in the aftermath of recent riots at the institution disqualifying them from writing examinations. The 50 students were identified as having played a part in protests over increased examination fees. … Continued

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Over 50 students at the Mulungushi University have been suspended in the aftermath of recent riots at the institution disqualifying them from writing examinations. The 50 students were identified as having played a part in protests over increased examination fees. Currently students are sitting for their examinations but those that have been suspended have been barred from sitting for examinations. The victims of suspensions have decried the manner the suspensions were done alleging that no thorough investigations were conducted before the action was executed. Mulungushi University has also been be-docked by academic instability. The post Over 50 Students at Mulungushi University Suspended appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Durban Clearing Company Sues Over ‘Defamatory’ Facebook Posts

[News24Wire] A Durban cleaning and clearing company claims, accused on social media of illegal dumping in a nature reserve, is now suing two Facebook sites and two individuals who posted and shared the “untrue and defamatory” posts.

[News24Wire] A Durban cleaning and clearing company claims, accused on social media of illegal dumping in a nature reserve, is now suing two Facebook sites and two individuals who posted and shared the "untrue and defamatory" posts.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Who Says HIV Prevention Drug Is Essential

[GroundUp] A drug used to help prevent HIV has been included on the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) “essential drug list”, paving the way for it to be freely available in healthcare facilities around South Africa.

[GroundUp] A drug used to help prevent HIV has been included on the World Health Organisation's (WHO) "essential drug list", paving the way for it to be freely available in healthcare facilities around South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko Hands Over Letters of Intent to Grant Property Rights to Tafelkop Farmers

[Govt of SA] Public Works Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko, MP, has handed over letters of intent to grant property rights to 30 emerging Black Farmers in Tafelkop in Limpopo. Four pieces of land, amounting to 220 hectares has been subdivided into farming pl…

[Govt of SA] Public Works Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko, MP, has handed over letters of intent to grant property rights to 30 emerging Black Farmers in Tafelkop in Limpopo. Four pieces of land, amounting to 220 hectares has been subdivided into farming plots.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ruling Party MPs Praise Army, Say Activists Un-Zimbabwean

[New Zimbabwe] Buhera West MP, Oliver Mandipaka, Wednesday re-winded back to his old days when he was national police spokesperson through a savage attack on pro-democracy protesters coupled with glowing praise of the country’s security commanders for …

[New Zimbabwe] Buhera West MP, Oliver Mandipaka, Wednesday re-winded back to his old days when he was national police spokesperson through a savage attack on pro-democracy protesters coupled with glowing praise of the country's security commanders for keeping protesters at bay.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Teachers’ Union Divided Over Today’s Planned Strike in Unity Colleges

[Guardian] The proposed strike billed for today in all the unity colleges by the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has brought division among members of the union, following the decision by the headquarters to put the action on ho…

[Guardian] The proposed strike billed for today in all the unity colleges by the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has brought division among members of the union, following the decision by the headquarters to put the action on hold without consulting the chairmen of various units.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria