[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Tanzanian government has been taken to court over the appointment of Justice Sauda Mjasiri as the judge of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ).
[The Conversation Africa] The ability to raise revenues from taxes – called “fiscal capacity” – is a crucial aspect for the functioning of any state.
[East African] The United States Africa Command (Africom) has begun withdrawing troops from the continent in line with the Trump administration’s priorities.
[The Conversation Africa] South Africa’s latest pursuit of truth has gone up a gear as it enters a new phase in which the stakes are raised for all the protagonists. After a slow start last year, a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has received startling evidence over the past two weeks. Granular detail has been provided about corrupt payments over the past decade to a long list of senior African National Congress (ANC) politicians and government officials.
[News24Wire] A man has died in hospital after he and another man were set alight in Hillbrow, Johannesburg on Monday.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -In case you missed it, popular reality show Big Brother Naija is set to return for a new season – wait for it - staged in Nigeria.
[GroundUp] However, extradition law still protects their fundamental rights
[Nation] Reports indicate that Cameroon have been stripped off the rights to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).
[New Times] Esther Ishimwe is doing last minute revision at lunchtime on Monday before she sits for Social Studies, the second exam for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLEs) which started Monday morning.
Ravalomanana, a safe pair of hands? IF THE HEALTH of a democracy were measured only by the number of candidates contesting a presidential election, Madagascar’s would be flourishing: a total of 36 were on the island state’s ballot on November 7th. Yet politics in Madagascar, beset by corruption, is far from healthy.