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South Africa: Why Giving South Africans Title Deeds Isn’t the Panacea for Land Reform

research By Simon Hull, University of Cape Town The land reform debate in South Africa has turn out to be more and more polarised since Parliament resolved to imagine amending the rustic’s Constitution to permit for the expropriation of land …

Zimbabwe: Chamisa Blasts August 1 Protesters, Says Demonstrating Was Stupid

By Lovejoy Mutongwiza MDC chief Nelson Chamisa lately took a swipe at protesters who demonstrated at the 1st of August calling for the instant release of presidential election results. In his deal with at his celebration headquarters, Chamisa stated it …

Africa: Lack of School Toilets Puts 620 Million Children in Danger – Report

By Naimul Karim London — A loss of correct faculty bogs threatens the health, training and protection of no less than 620 million youngsters all over the world, the charity WaterAid stated in a brand new find out about printed …

Eritrea: Sanctions Are Being Lifted Against Eritrea. Here’s Why

research By Martin Plaut, School of Advanced Study The United Nations Security Council is about to boost an fingers embargo and focused sanctions against Eritrea. UN Security Council solution 1907, which was once handed in 2009, famous that the Eritrean …

South Sudan: Facebook Auction of South Sudan Child Bride Could Inspire Other Families – Activists

By Hellen Toby and Nita Bhalla Juba/Nairobi — The public sale of a South Sudanese woman for marriage on Facebook could spur different households to make use of social media to call for larger dowries for his or her daughters, …

Liberia: Bill to Criminalize Same-Sex Marriage Under Review

By Leroy M. Sonpon, III The Committee on Judiciary and Gender, headed via Reps. J. Fonati Koffa and Julia F. Wiah, are reviewing a regulation to make same-sex marriage a criminal offense in Liberia. The proposed regulation is an act …

South Africa: Autistic Boy Who ‘Teaches’ Himself Under Tree Will Be Going to School for Real

Every morning, 11-year-old Siboniso places on his college garments, packs his college bag, ties his college footwear and leaves home. But he does now not move to university. He sits under a tree close to his home in Shongweni, close …

Congo-Kinshasa: Torture of Activists Routine in Congo

press release The army, police, and intelligence services and products within the Democratic Republic of Congo have automatically tortured political and rights activists, including by way of gang rape, choking and electrical surprise, consistent with an exhaustive new file. In …

Cameroon: journalist moved to ‘dread’ New Bell jail

By Ndi Eugene Ndi Cameroonian government have moved Ms Mimi Mefo, the journalist at privately-owned Equinoxe tv and radio, to the dread New Bell jail within the industrial capital Douala, her employer showed. The Equinoxe TV introduced Thursday morning that …

Rwanda: Prosecutors Seek 22-Year Jail Term for Rwigaras

By Edmund Kagire Rwanda prosecutors on Wednesday asked the High Court in Kigali handy each Diane Shima Rwigara and her mom Adeline Mukangemana 22-year jail sentences for, amongst different fees, inciting revolt. The trial resumed a month after the 2 …