Cricket – Proteas Deliver Us From the Tamperance Movement

[Daily Maverick] In a series that was dangerously close to being overshadowed by persistent controversy, it was going to take something special to claw back the reason why Australia are visiting these shores in the first place.

[Daily Maverick] In a series that was dangerously close to being overshadowed by persistent controversy, it was going to take something special to claw back the reason why Australia are visiting these shores in the first place.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Passionate Appeal to Assist Autism Victims

[Daily News] THE government has been urged to set aside at least a single job in every public department, for people with autism, since they are potentially as capable performers as any other people.

[Daily News] THE government has been urged to set aside at least a single job in every public department, for people with autism, since they are potentially as capable performers as any other people.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Faf Likens SA V Oz Series to ‘Soap Opera’

[News24Wire] As Australian cricket continues to seek answers following a ball tampering saga that has plagued their national team’s tour of South Africa, the Proteas go into the final Test in Johannesburg 2-1 up in the series.

[News24Wire] As Australian cricket continues to seek answers following a ball tampering saga that has plagued their national team's tour of South Africa, the Proteas go into the final Test in Johannesburg 2-1 up in the series.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Zuma Loses ANC Support for Looming Corruption Trial

[News24Wire] The African National Congress (ANC) will not support former president Jacob Zuma in his upcoming corruption trial, but the party’s members can – as long as they don’t wear the party’s regalia.

[News24Wire] The African National Congress (ANC) will not support former president Jacob Zuma in his upcoming corruption trial, but the party's members can - as long as they don't wear the party's regalia.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Grace Mugabe Investigated for Ivory Smuggling

[Deutsche Welle] The former first lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe, is suspected by wildlife officials of having smuggled ivory worth millions of dollars. The wife of ex-President Robert Mugabe was once tipped to lead the country.

[Deutsche Welle] The former first lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe, is suspected by wildlife officials of having smuggled ivory worth millions of dollars. The wife of ex-President Robert Mugabe was once tipped to lead the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Private Sector Contributions to Mega Infrastructure Projects Vital

[Daily News] THE private sector must endeavour to take part in the major infrastructure projects pioneered by the government to contribute to the country’s economic growth.

[Daily News] THE private sector must endeavour to take part in the major infrastructure projects pioneered by the government to contribute to the country's economic growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Firm Pledge to Settle Teachers’ Challenges

[Daily News] Moshi -THE Kilimanjaro Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), Engineer Aisha Amour, says the region has set up a special commission to oversee the exercise effecting transfers to primary schools, some secondary school teachers.

[Daily News] Moshi -THE Kilimanjaro Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), Engineer Aisha Amour, says the region has set up a special commission to oversee the exercise effecting transfers to primary schools, some secondary school teachers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘NAWEC Pays SENELEC Over D3 Million Monthly’ Baba Fatajo

[Foroyaa] The Managing Director of the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), Baba Fatajo, has disclosed that the nation’s Utility Company pays over three million dalasi to the Senegalese power supplier SENELEC monthly, as expenses for rural b…

[Foroyaa] The Managing Director of the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), Baba Fatajo, has disclosed that the nation's Utility Company pays over three million dalasi to the Senegalese power supplier SENELEC monthly, as expenses for rural border electrification.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Criminal Trials Run Parallel to TRRC

[Foroyaa] Trials of alleged perpetrators of crimes under the Jammeh administration have held sway even before the establishment of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation Commission. Now more trials of such alleged perpetrators are on the way.

[Foroyaa] Trials of alleged perpetrators of crimes under the Jammeh administration have held sway even before the establishment of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation Commission. Now more trials of such alleged perpetrators are on the way.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia