South Africa: Thousands evicted from settlements

Nearly 2,000 humans have been evicted from a housing improvement in Johannesburg. According to neighborhood media, the occupants of the housing improvement were evicted by using the so called Red Ants on Wednesday The Red…

NEWS: Mali ‘s largest prison keeps coronavirus in…

Mali's largest reformatory is a squalid and overcrowded colonial-era throwback that in concept is an open invitation to coronavirus. Instead, staff at Bamako Central Prison say that so a long way they've kept the dreaded…

NEWS: Malians once again take to the streets…

Thousands of human beings proven again on Tuesday in Mali's capital Bamako, traumatic the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, who got here to electricity in 2013. Protesters not noted calls from the Economic Unity…

NEWS: Mali Assign Judges as an Attempt to…

Steps to Political Compromise Nine new judges were sworn in Monday at Mali's Constitutional Court in the capital city of Bamako. The ceremony was once attended by way of the President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, diplomats…

Nigeria: Gunmen murder educationist in Taraba

Unknown gunmen on Sunday nighttime hacked down proprietor of Winners Comprehensive High School (WCHS) in Jalingo metropolis, Taraba State, Danlami Shamaki. The late Shamaki also reportedly headquartered the famous New Edition Primary School, Jalingo. The…

NEWS: Algerian Journalist gets 3-Year Prison Sentence

Free Speech in the Algerian Press Freelance journalist and a symbol of free speech in Algeria, Khaled Dareni, has been sentenced to three years in prison based totally on accusations of undermining the integrity of…

NEWS: Uganda records 16 new cases of Covid-19

The Ministry of Health on Sunday verified every other demise of one COVID-19 patient, bringing the range of humans who have succumbed to the sickness in Uganda to seven. A announcement via the ministry says…