Makhosi Khoza Resignation Proof That the ANC Cannot and Will Not Self-Correct

[DA] The DA notes Makhosi Khoza’s announcement today that she has quit the ANC. Her decision to leave the ruling party is further proof, form one of its own members, that the ANC cannot self-correct.

[DA] The DA notes Makhosi Khoza's announcement today that she has quit the ANC. Her decision to leave the ruling party is further proof, form one of its own members, that the ANC cannot self-correct.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mixed Reaction From Real Estate Industry to Sarb Decision

[News24Wire] The decision by the SA Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee on Thursday to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.75% received a mixed reaction from the real estate sector.

[News24Wire] The decision by the SA Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Committee on Thursday to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.75% received a mixed reaction from the real estate sector.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

10 Women From Kenya, Rwanda to Represent EA At TechWomen

[CIO] Out of more than nearly 4,000 applicants, 10 women from Kenya and Rwanda have been selected to go to the United States to participate in TechWomen, a five-week program that empowers and connects emerging women leaders to create positive impact in…

[CIO] Out of more than nearly 4,000 applicants, 10 women from Kenya and Rwanda have been selected to go to the United States to participate in TechWomen, a five-week program that empowers and connects emerging women leaders to create positive impact in their fields and their societies.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

White Farmers and Communist Party Members Join to Fight Bank Evictions

[GroundUp] An unlikely alliance of white farmers, the SA Communist Party, trade unions and individuals whose homes have been repossessed by the four major banks came together outside the South Gauteng High Court on Friday to call for for a freeze on ev…

[GroundUp] An unlikely alliance of white farmers, the SA Communist Party, trade unions and individuals whose homes have been repossessed by the four major banks came together outside the South Gauteng High Court on Friday to call for for a freeze on evictions.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Police Raid Traumatises Family

[Namibian] A Keetmanshoop man says his wife and three-year-old daughter were traumatised after a police raid on his flat two weeks ago in their search for stock theft suspects.

[Namibian] A Keetmanshoop man says his wife and three-year-old daughter were traumatised after a police raid on his flat two weeks ago in their search for stock theft suspects.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

More Young Men Involved in Road Crashes

[New Era] Onhuno -Young men and economically active people make up the largeest number of road accident victims in the country, according to the head of communications at the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) Ambrosius Tierspoor.

[New Era] Onhuno -Young men and economically active people make up the largeest number of road accident victims in the country, according to the head of communications at the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) Ambrosius Tierspoor.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ruling Party MPs Block Debate On Land

[Namibian] Over 50 Swapo lawmakers shot down a proposed debate on the issue of ancestral land and a demand for the list of all beneficiaries under the government’s resettlement farms programme.

[Namibian] Over 50 Swapo lawmakers shot down a proposed debate on the issue of ancestral land and a demand for the list of all beneficiaries under the government's resettlement farms programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ex-Ministers, Governors Appear At Janneh Commission

[Foroyaa] Two former Ministers in the former administration of former President Yaya Jammeh, Sira Wally Ndow -Njie and Fatou Mass Jobe -Njie, together with three Regional Governors in the names of Omar Khan, Omar Sompo Ceesay and Amienata Siffae Hydra,…

[Foroyaa] Two former Ministers in the former administration of former President Yaya Jammeh, Sira Wally Ndow -Njie and Fatou Mass Jobe -Njie, together with three Regional Governors in the names of Omar Khan, Omar Sompo Ceesay and Amienata Siffae Hydra, yesterday testified before the Janneh Commission of enquiry set up to probe into the financial dealings and assets of the former president, on wide range of issues particularly financial transactions.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia