Zimbabwe women demand harsher penalties for sex offenders

Ekpeno John Women in Zimbabwe are calling for tougher penalties for sexual harassment of women amid public anger over a highly publicized street attack and with police data showing that some offenders have got off with fines as low as $5 in the past. A campaign to crack down on offenders was launched this month […]

Tanzania: Nearly 200 new students disappear in Loliondo

Agbela Jessica Apparently, Nigeria is not the only country dealing with the issue of missing girls. In Tanzania, the Soitsambu Secondary School in the Loliondo Division of Ngorongoro District was planning to enrol 390 new students this January, but until now only 200 of them have reported while 190 others have mysteriously gone missing. The […]

Corruption is still a cancer in Liberia – Pres. Johnson-Sirleaf

Agbela Johnson Liberia’s president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has charged the Ministry of Justice to continue the campaign to make Liberia a corruption-free society. Addressing heads of Liberia’s security sector when she paid an early morning visit to the Ministry of Justice recently, President Sirleaf said corruption is still a cancer in Liberia and that the Ministry […]

Nigeria: FG can’t account for oil money — Fashola

Onimisi Raymond It is no news that Nigerian politicians are always guilty of mis-managing the nations resources i.e. if they are not swindling it to personal accounts, they are awarding contracts that never get excecuted e.t.c. In light of this, listening to the Lagos State Goververno Bbatunde Raji Fashola say the Federal Government has not […]

South Africa: Govt determined to bring back remains from Nigeria

Bem Abu Once again the South Africa Government has reiterated its steadfast commitment to repatriate all of the mortal remains of the South Africans that were killed during the building collapse at the Synagogue Church of All Nations. The accident which occurred last year, records that 85 South Africans were killed and 26 were injured. […]