Latest News January 29, 2016
January 29, 2016
news From All Africa
- South Africa: Gareth Cliff Wins Mammoth Lawsuit Against M-Net
[News24Wire] Axed Idols judge Gareth Cliff won a mammoth lawsuit against M-Net on Friday, hours before the first auditions for the show were due to start.
- Kenya: Govt Withdraws Church Regulations
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The government finally bowed to pressure and withdrew the proposed Religious Societies Rules following a meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and a cross section of religious leaders on Thursday.
- Sudan: Students Take to Streets to Protest Against Jebel Marra Attacks
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / the Hague -Darfuri students of the United People’s Front took to the streets in the Sudanese capital this morning in protest against the current attacks on Jebel Marra.
- Nigeria: Man Arraigned for Trafficking 10 Children From Niger Republic
[Premium Times] A 50-year-old man, Luku Labi, who allegedly trafficked 10 children from Benin Republic into Nigeria, was on Thursday charged before a Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.
- Uganda: Army Boss Warns On Election Chaos
[Monitor] Kampala -The army, historically the fulcrum of political power in Uganda, has warned that it will not tolerate disturbances by any election loser, whether instigated by the ruling National Resistance Movement party or the Opposition.
- Kenya: Diversify Economy to Grow, IMF Advises Kenya
[Nation] The International Monetary Fund has urged Kenya to diversify its economy to take advantage of new promising sectors with huge opportunities for growth in the face of gloomy projections for world growth.
- Mali: Soldiers Killed in Attack, Explosion in Northern Mali
[Deutsche Welle] Four Malian soldiers have died in a landmine explosion and a gun attack in Mali’s north. The region fell into the hands of militias linked to al-Qaeda in 2012.
- Libya: '2 Million Libyans Cannot Wait for Political Solution' to Conflict'
[UN News] With a political deal among Libya’s numerous factions in flux, some $50 million is urgently needed to meet the life-saving needs of nearly 2 million people in crisis-torn country, as the conflict lingers and the yearlong peace process has again hit stumbling blocks, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned.
- Zimbabwe: Controversial Presidential Spokesperson Charamba Speaks
[The Herald] The following are excerpts of the interview Presidential spokesperson, Mr George Charamba (GC) had with Garikayi Fadzi (GF) of ZiFM. The interview was aired last night.
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