Another Set of KQ Crewmen, Driver Nabbed Trafficking Narcotics

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Two Kenya Airways crew members and a driver were on Thursday arrested at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with substances believed to be narcotics.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Two Kenya Airways crew members and a driver were on Thursday arrested at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with substances believed to be narcotics.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Lionesses’ ‘Shebesh’ Wants to Emulate Injera

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Lionesses utility back Janet ‘Shebesh’ Okello says she wants to emulate her Shujaa counterpart Collins Injera and make a similar mark in women’s rugby as much as the Kenyan record try scorer has made in the men’s shorter ver…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Lionesses utility back Janet 'Shebesh' Okello says she wants to emulate her Shujaa counterpart Collins Injera and make a similar mark in women's rugby as much as the Kenyan record try scorer has made in the men's shorter version of the game.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Uncertainty Looms in Liberia After Court Puts Presidential Run-Off On Hold Amid Fraud Charges

[Deutsche Welle] Fraud claims and voting irregularities have prompted Liberia’s Supreme Court to order a temporary halt on run-off elections next week. The West African nation is voting for a successor of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

[Deutsche Welle] Fraud claims and voting irregularities have prompted Liberia's Supreme Court to order a temporary halt on run-off elections next week. The West African nation is voting for a successor of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Student Anok Yai Signed By Modelling Agency After Viral Instagram Picture

[This is Africa] Social media has always been a place where good things can happen, and Anok Yai a South Sudanese student in the US is the latest testament to the positive power of social media. Anok was signed by a modelling agency after her picture w…

[This is Africa] Social media has always been a place where good things can happen, and Anok Yai a South Sudanese student in the US is the latest testament to the positive power of social media. Anok was signed by a modelling agency after her picture went viral on Instagram. Anok has been overwhelmed by the positive responses to the viral picture.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Govt Says Most Loopholes in Exam Cheating Now Sealed

[Nation] The government says it will now focus on eliminating impersonation in its quest to eradicate exam cheating even as officials say they were satisfied with the standards of invigilation in the just-concluded KCPE exam.

[Nation] The government says it will now focus on eliminating impersonation in its quest to eradicate exam cheating even as officials say they were satisfied with the standards of invigilation in the just-concluded KCPE exam.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

UN Chief Antonio Guterres Seeks to Secure Peace in CAR and Cameroon

[Deutsche Welle] The UN Secretary General has pushed for additional peacekeepers in CAR and prepares to discuss the political crisis in Cameroon with President Paul Biya

[Deutsche Welle] The UN Secretary General has pushed for additional peacekeepers in CAR and prepares to discuss the political crisis in Cameroon with President Paul Biya

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Haley – DRC ‘Must Hold Elections’ in 2018

[Deutsche Welle] The US Ambassador to the United Nations has ended her first Africa trip in the DRC, saying the troubled country must hold elections by the end of 2018 or else lose international support.

[Deutsche Welle] The US Ambassador to the United Nations has ended her first Africa trip in the DRC, saying the troubled country must hold elections by the end of 2018 or else lose international support.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Judges Silence ‘Rumble of Malice’

[Legalbrief] Brave judgments, giving the clearest illustration of judicial independence are being delivered all over Africa. The courts in South Africa are often praised for their courage and independence, but it is increasingly a virtue being seen els…

[Legalbrief] Brave judgments, giving the clearest illustration of judicial independence are being delivered all over Africa. The courts in South Africa are often praised for their courage and independence, but it is increasingly a virtue being seen elsewhere. Take the case of Butler Asimbuyu Sitali, decided by the court of appeal in Zambia, for example.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia