Latest News November 23, 2014

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  • Nigeria: PVC – Inec Frustrates Nigerians' Desire to Vote in 2015 – Group
    [Independent (Lagos)]Lagos -A group, Voters’ Awareness Initiative (VAI), on Saturday lamented the shoddy manner in which the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) conducted the Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) distributions and the Continuous Voters Register (CVR) across the country, especially in Lagos State.
  • Nigeria: PVC – How Prepared Is Inec for 2015 Polls?
    [Independent (Lagos)]Abuja -With the reports of confusion trailing the distribution of the Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) from almost every part of the country there are a of doubts on the preparedness and sincerity of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct free and fair elections in 2015.
  • Zimbabwe: Goche Is a Rhodesian Thief – Mutsvangwa
    [New Zimbabwe]DEPUTY Foreign Affairs Minister Chris Mutsvangwa on Friday labelled Labour Minister Nicholas Goche a “Rhodesian thief” and “chancer” in yet another illustration of the bitter fall-out within the ruling Zanu PF party.
  • Zimbabwe: Temporary Reprieve for Harare Businessman
    [New Zimbabwe]HARARE businessman, Genius Kadungure, who is facing a R1.5 million fraud charge, breathed a sigh of relief when he was given his passport back to allow him to travel over the festive season.
  • Nigeria: Lagos Lawmaker Calls for Jonathan's Impeachment
    [Independent (Lagos)]Lagos -Spokesperson of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Segun Olulade, has advised members of the National Assembly to commence the impeachment process against President Goodluck Jonathan, noting that it is one of the strong option open to the lawmakers at this time.
  • Nigeria: T.B Joshua Asks Court to Stop Coroner's Inquest
    [Independent (Lagos)]Lagos -Founder of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Joshua, on Friday asked a Lagos State High Court in Ikeja to stop forthwith the coroner’s inquest into the September 12 building collapse that killed about 116 persons.
  • Nigeria: Violence in 2015 Elections Inevitable
    [Vanguard]Ikot -EKPENE – Commissioner of Police (CP), Akwa-Ibom State, Mr Gabriel Achon has warned that violence in the 2015 general elections in the country would be inevitable if politicians do not obey the rules governing electoral process.
  • Tunisia: International Observers Arrive
    [Tunis Afrique Presse]Tunis -National Constituent Assembly (NCA) President Mustapha Ben Jaafar received, Saturday, several delegations of international observers on visit to Tunisia to attend the presidential election.
  • Malawi: Opposition Blasts Govt over Appointments
    [Malawi24]Opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) President, Lazarus Chakwera has questioned the Peter Mutharika led government on recent appointments describing them as being many and not going in tandem with the lean government the administration promised.

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