ANC to Lay Complaint Against Sunday Times

[News24Wire] The office of the African National Congress chief whip, Jackson Mthembu, has announced that it would lay a complaint against the Sunday Times with the Press Ombudsman over an article published on Sunday.

[News24Wire] The office of the African National Congress chief whip, Jackson Mthembu, has announced that it would lay a complaint against the Sunday Times with the Press Ombudsman over an article published on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Vice President the Door Still Open for Armed Rebel Movements to Join the Dialogue and Peace Process

[SNA] Khartoum -The Vice President of the Republic, Hassabou Mohamed Abdallah, has stressed that the doors for peace and joining the peace process remain open for the armed movements to join in

[SNA] Khartoum -The Vice President of the Republic, Hassabou Mohamed Abdallah, has stressed that the doors for peace and joining the peace process remain open for the armed movements to join in

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Security Council – Research ‘War Crime’ Attack Peacekeepers

[Radio Dabanga] New York -The United Nations Security Council called on the Sudanese government to ‘swiftly conduct a full investigation into the attack’ on a peacekeeper in Nyala on 31 May, which resulted in deadly injuries.

[Radio Dabanga] New York -The United Nations Security Council called on the Sudanese government to 'swiftly conduct a full investigation into the attack' on a peacekeeper in Nyala on 31 May, which resulted in deadly injuries.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Why Mineral Wealth Not a Blessing for Africa

[Citizen] Tanzania is one of the most abundantly endowed with natural resources just like most of other African countries, but is still ranked high amongst the 25 poorest countries in the world. Private investment in mineral sector in Tanzania is in pl…

[Citizen] Tanzania is one of the most abundantly endowed with natural resources just like most of other African countries, but is still ranked high amongst the 25 poorest countries in the world. Private investment in mineral sector in Tanzania is in place for almost 20 years since the country opened its doors for foreign direct investment (FDI) but has not reduced poverty; since more than 12 million Tanzanians are living under one US dollar.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania