Salimatou Fatty Wins Continental Award

[Foroyaa] Salimatou Fatty, the founder of Salimatou Foundation Education (SaFE) was this week announced among 100 Most Influential Young Africans. The award is an African Youth Award and it recognizes young achievers in various areas across the African…

[Foroyaa] Salimatou Fatty, the founder of Salimatou Foundation Education (SaFE) was this week announced among 100 Most Influential Young Africans. The award is an African Youth Award and it recognizes young achievers in various areas across the African continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Victims of 102 Niani Households Await Help

[Foroyaa] Flood victims of 102 households of Kuntaur and affected villages in Niani are still waiting for food and other forms of assistance from the government, NGOs and missions.

[Foroyaa] Flood victims of 102 households of Kuntaur and affected villages in Niani are still waiting for food and other forms of assistance from the government, NGOs and missions.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Poor Crowd at Opposition Alliance Launch’

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T chairman, Lovemore Moyo, says the “poor” crowd which attended the MDC Alliance launch at white city stadium in Bulawayo vindicates Matebeleland senior party leaders’ objections to the pact.

[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T chairman, Lovemore Moyo, says the "poor" crowd which attended the MDC Alliance launch at white city stadium in Bulawayo vindicates Matebeleland senior party leaders' objections to the pact.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sanneh Snubs Transfers Deadline Day Move

[Foroyaa] Danish club AC Horsens will be home of Bubacarr Sanneh at least for now following the Gambian’s decision to reject a move hour before closure of the Danish transfer window.

[Foroyaa] Danish club AC Horsens will be home of Bubacarr Sanneh at least for now following the Gambian's decision to reject a move hour before closure of the Danish transfer window.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

King Brushes Off Evidence of Police Abuse

[HRW] Tunis -King Mohammed VI should press for effective investigations into allegations that Morocco’s police forces tortured people suspected of participating in the 2017 “Hirak” protests in the Rif region, Human Rights Watch said today. Instead, in …

[HRW] Tunis -King Mohammed VI should press for effective investigations into allegations that Morocco's police forces tortured people suspected of participating in the 2017 "Hirak" protests in the Rif region, Human Rights Watch said today. Instead, in a televised address to the nation on Throne Day, July 30, the king appeared to whitewash the police's handling of the unrest in Al Hoceima, the main Rif city, saying that security forces showed "restraint and commitment to the rule of law."

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Musician Mugwadi in Trouble

[The Herald] Musician Tererai Mugwadi, who is facing a charge of culpable homicide after she was involved in an accident while drunk, reportedly boasted that she was prepared to compensate any death.

[The Herald] Musician Tererai Mugwadi, who is facing a charge of culpable homicide after she was involved in an accident while drunk, reportedly boasted that she was prepared to compensate any death.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenya’s Re-Run Lesson for Govt to Reform Electoral Laws

[Nyasa Times] Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has said the courageous decision by Kenyan Supreme Court to nullify the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta is a win for democracy and that Malawi should learn lesson and avoid chaotic…

[Nyasa Times] Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has said the courageous decision by Kenyan Supreme Court to nullify the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta is a win for democracy and that Malawi should learn lesson and avoid chaotic elections in 2019.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Company Sued Over Slow Internet

[New Zimbabwe] AN internet service provider, Telecontract (Telco), has been ordered by the Supreme Court to pay its client $5 000 after it was dragged to court by a Harare transport company following a wrangle over installation of internet services wit…

[New Zimbabwe] AN internet service provider, Telecontract (Telco), has been ordered by the Supreme Court to pay its client $5 000 after it was dragged to court by a Harare transport company following a wrangle over installation of internet services with slow speed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe