DA Strongly Condemns Break-in At Hawks Head Office

[DA] The DA condemns in the strongest terms the break-in at the Hawks Head Office this morning, where several computers were reportedly stolen from the Human Resources, Finance and Supply Chain departments.

[DA] The DA condemns in the strongest terms the break-in at the Hawks Head Office this morning, where several computers were reportedly stolen from the Human Resources, Finance and Supply Chain departments.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Two Deputy Presidents the Remedy for Factionalism – President Zuma

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma has agreed with a KwaZulu-Natal proposal that the loser of the elective conference in December should take the deputy president role.

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma has agreed with a KwaZulu-Natal proposal that the loser of the elective conference in December should take the deputy president role.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Threat to Gambia’s President Barrow

[RFI] The Gambian army has received intelligence about a possible threat to the life of President Adama Barrow. The threat is linked to army deserters who are thought to be close to former President Yahya Jammeh who left the country in January followin…

[RFI] The Gambian army has received intelligence about a possible threat to the life of President Adama Barrow. The threat is linked to army deserters who are thought to be close to former President Yahya Jammeh who left the country in January following elections that ended his 22 years in power.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Central Bank Launches Court Bid to Close SME Bank

[New Era] Windhoek -The Bank of Namibia (BoN) has initiated proceedings in the High Court in an attempt to close down the SME Bank Ltd, BoN Governor Iipumbu Shiimi announced yesterday.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Bank of Namibia (BoN) has initiated proceedings in the High Court in an attempt to close down the SME Bank Ltd, BoN Governor Iipumbu Shiimi announced yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Mother Demands N800,000 From Man Who Impregnated Her 14-Year-Old Daughter

[Premium Times] A mother, Rhoda Joshua of Karu, has asked a Grade 1 Area Court, Karu, Abuja, to order John Okechukwu, 27, of Nasarawa State to pay her N800,000 damages for allegedly impregnating her 14-year-old daughter.

[Premium Times] A mother, Rhoda Joshua of Karu, has asked a Grade 1 Area Court, Karu, Abuja, to order John Okechukwu, 27, of Nasarawa State to pay her N800,000 damages for allegedly impregnating her 14-year-old daughter.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Orders Govt to Disclose Names of Suspected Looters

[Premium Times] A Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday ordered the federal government to “immediately release to Nigerians information about the names of high ranking public officials from whom public funds were recovered and the circumstances under …

[Premium Times] A Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday ordered the federal government to "immediately release to Nigerians information about the names of high ranking public officials from whom public funds were recovered and the circumstances under which funds were recovered, as well as the exact amount of funds recovered from each public official."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Northern Sudanese Protest Against Gold Extraction Plant in Halfa

[Radio Dabanga] Wadi Halfa -On Tuesday morning, villagers took to the streets in Himeid in Northern State’s Wadi Halfa locality in protest against a gold extraction plant in the area. The demonstrators were forcibly dispersed by security and police for…

[Radio Dabanga] Wadi Halfa -On Tuesday morning, villagers took to the streets in Himeid in Northern State's Wadi Halfa locality in protest against a gold extraction plant in the area. The demonstrators were forcibly dispersed by security and police forces.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Epidemiology Corporation Launches Anti-Cholera Campaign

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / London / Kabkabiya -According to the Sudan’s National Epidemiology Corporation, cholera is still spreading in the states of El Gedaref, Northern State Khartoum, El Gezira, White Nile, and East and South Darfur. The Corporatio…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / London / Kabkabiya -According to the Sudan's National Epidemiology Corporation, cholera is still spreading in the states of El Gedaref, Northern State Khartoum, El Gezira, White Nile, and East and South Darfur. The Corporation has launched a campaign to prevent the spread of the infectious disease among school students.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan