Sexual Harassment – We Need to Strengthen Systems to Hold Ourselves Accountable

[Daily Maverick] It’s time that the social justice sector strengthened its own response to sexual harassment and misconduct. Here, Sonke grapples with the difficult questions that must still be answered if we are to stem harassment in the workplace, ev…

[Daily Maverick] It's time that the social justice sector strengthened its own response to sexual harassment and misconduct. Here, Sonke grapples with the difficult questions that must still be answered if we are to stem harassment in the workplace, every workplace, and reflects on our approach. We hope that our journey, and that of other organisations wrestling with similar issues, might offer possibilities for a more accountable system.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Jason Rohde – ‘Not in a Million Years Did I Believe Susan Would Commit Suicide’

[News24Wire] When Jason Rohde couldn’t access the bathroom of his Spier Hotel suite and there was no response from his wife Susan inside, he thought she was just mad at him after a lengthy fight, the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] When Jason Rohde couldn't access the bathroom of his Spier Hotel suite and there was no response from his wife Susan inside, he thought she was just mad at him after a lengthy fight, the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Internal Public Debt Set to Increase

[Verdade] The Government of Filipe Jacinto Nyusi plans to increase the Internal Public Debt during the 2018 fiscal year by at least 84.2 billion meticais to finance its State Budget which is expected to continue without support from the Cooperation Partners for the third consecutive year, V erdade ‘s Adérito Caldeira reports .

[Verdade] The Government of Filipe Jacinto Nyusi plans to increase the Internal Public Debt during the 2018 fiscal year by at least 84.2 billion meticais to finance its State Budget which is expected to continue without support from the Cooperation Partners for the third consecutive year, V erdade 's Adérito Caldeira reports .

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Contractor – Bugesera International Airport Works to Meet 2020 Deadline

[New Times] The construction works on the proposed Bugesera International Airport are on course and the developer is optimistic they will meet the 2020 deadline for having concluded the first phase.

[New Times] The construction works on the proposed Bugesera International Airport are on course and the developer is optimistic they will meet the 2020 deadline for having concluded the first phase.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

New Rwamagana Industrial Park to Create Over 5,000 Jobs

[New Times] Over 5,000 direct new jobs are set to be created by factories that are opening shop at the newly created Rwamagana Industrial Zone in Mwulire Sector, district officials say.

[New Times] Over 5,000 direct new jobs are set to be created by factories that are opening shop at the newly created Rwamagana Industrial Zone in Mwulire Sector, district officials say.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Over 900 Genocide Victims Get Decent Burial in Ruhango District

[New Times] Thousands of Genocide survivors, friends and dignitaries from public and private entities on Sunday participated in an exercise to accord decent burial to at least 950 Genocide victims in Mbuye sector of Ruhango District.

[New Times] Thousands of Genocide survivors, friends and dignitaries from public and private entities on Sunday participated in an exercise to accord decent burial to at least 950 Genocide victims in Mbuye sector of Ruhango District.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Genocide – Judge Meron On the Spot Once Again

[New Times] With just two days to the deadline for Rwanda to submit its position on the intended early release of three Genocide convicts by the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), the former has not seen any application filed to the…

[New Times] With just two days to the deadline for Rwanda to submit its position on the intended early release of three Genocide convicts by the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), the former has not seen any application filed to the court by the convicts.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda