[New Zimbabwe] Marondera -The prison service has failed to bring inmates to the courts for trial and bail applications over the past three days due to the country’s fuel crisis, it has emerged.
[News24Wire] They’re calling it regime change.
[SciDev.Net] Political tensions in Burundi have been growing since April, when the president announced he was running for a controversial third term in office.
[African Arguments] International media describes South Sudan’s civil war as having begun as a political power struggle among the leaders of the ruling Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) party, which later took on an ethnic tone.
[Addis Fortune] Issues have been raised and results not accepted but there have been no formal complaints to NEBE
[Al Jazeera] Security forces in Guinea have killed a protester and wounded four others, a medical source and witnesses have said, as opposition supporters clashed with police during anti-government rallies.
[IPS]Mogadishu/Nairobi -After his first year as president of the world’s most dangerous and failed state, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is still grappling with limited financial resources, corruption, a lack of service delivery, and the ongoing assassinations of government officials, including attempts on his own life.
[AEP]Presidential elections which were scheduled to take place yesterday 20th August 2012 has been postponed by Somalia’s parliament on the basis that the country was not yet ready to hold the ballot.