Kwara PDP’s Endless Crisis

[This Day] ?The Kwara State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party remains divided despite the decision of the Supreme Court, which resolved the party’s leadership crisis at the national level.

[This Day] ?The Kwara State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party remains divided despite the decision of the Supreme Court, which resolved the party's leadership crisis at the national level.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Fines Motor Cyclist for ‘Riding Dangerously’

[Nyasa Times] Machinga First Grade Magistrate Court sitting in Liwonde has fined a 21 year-old Kaloti Javelo to pay K250, 000.00 for reckless riding and hitting a four year-old boy.

[Nyasa Times] Machinga First Grade Magistrate Court sitting in Liwonde has fined a 21 year-old Kaloti Javelo to pay K250, 000.00 for reckless riding and hitting a four year-old boy.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Go On, Prove Them Wrong, Fadzayi Mahere

[263Chat] In a nation baffled by the laughable actions of the former ‘Teflon Don’ of Manicaland, Didymus Mutasa, who believes Zimbabwe owes him a few luxury vehicles, a multi-million dollar mansion, a blank cheque, school fees and pocket money for his …

[263Chat] In a nation baffled by the laughable actions of the former 'Teflon Don' of Manicaland, Didymus Mutasa, who believes Zimbabwe owes him a few luxury vehicles, a multi-million dollar mansion, a blank cheque, school fees and pocket money for his children - as a retirement package for the highly rewarding times he spent working in Parliament and government - let us step back and reflect on the roles of Members of Parliament.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Constitution Change – Frantic MDC-T Thwarted

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition law makers this Tuesday frantically tried, albeit belatedly, to stop the passing of Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill number one of 2016 which gives president Robert Mugabe unfettered power to appoint the chief justice.

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition law makers this Tuesday frantically tried, albeit belatedly, to stop the passing of Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill number one of 2016 which gives president Robert Mugabe unfettered power to appoint the chief justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Comfortably Safe With Prep

[Namibian] Priscilla and Sydney from Walvis Bay have been using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for the past month, and they feel reassured of their safety against HIV infection.

[Namibian] Priscilla and Sydney from Walvis Bay have been using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for the past month, and they feel reassured of their safety against HIV infection.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Dausab Guilty of Killing Student Pastor Girlfriend

[Namibian] A Windhoek resident who has been on trial in the High Court over the death of his student pastor girlfriend by stabbing her to death three years ago, was yesterday found guilty of her murder.

[Namibian] A Windhoek resident who has been on trial in the High Court over the death of his student pastor girlfriend by stabbing her to death three years ago, was yesterday found guilty of her murder.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Charcoal Workers Exploited – Antsino

[Namibian] Outjo constituency councillor Johannes Antsino last week expressed concern over the exploitation of charcoal workers in his area because they are mostly illiterate, and some have no identification cards.

[Namibian] Outjo constituency councillor Johannes Antsino last week expressed concern over the exploitation of charcoal workers in his area because they are mostly illiterate, and some have no identification cards.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Sadiq Al-Mahdi Calls for Discussing the Mistakes of U.S. Policy Towards Sudan

[SNA] Khartoum -The Leader of Umma National Party Imam Sadeq al-Mahdi, has criticized US policy toward Sudan and said there were fundamental mistakes in US policy by acknowledging their mistakes in Afghanistan and in Iraq, which produced Al Qaeda and I…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Leader of Umma National Party Imam Sadeq al-Mahdi, has criticized US policy toward Sudan and said there were fundamental mistakes in US policy by acknowledging their mistakes in Afghanistan and in Iraq, which produced Al Qaeda and ISIS.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan