[Deutsche Welle] The Sudanese military has promised elections after its agreement with the main opposition coalition broke down.
[News24Wire] A woman who filmed her colleague abusing children at a Carletonville nursery school is expected to appear in court next week, following her arrest.
[Daily News] IT’s around 8:00pm but Aisha Mohamed is still busy with her business close to Lindi Bus Stand’s exit door. The main customers of her well-roasted maize are passengers coming from Dar es Salaam, Mtwara, Ruvuma as well as passers-by.
[News24Wire] Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu has called on women to be at the centre of conflict resolution, mediation and peacekeeping on International Women’s Day.
[Daily Trust] Today, as you read this, voters are lining up in all 36 states to elect members of state Houses of Assembly.
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Peaceful popular marches resume in Algiers and in other provinces for the third consecutive Friday, demanding deep political reforms and a change in the system.
[East African] We have the great annual religious festivals of Christmas, Eid, Easter and Diwali with more besides.
[East African] Rwandan fashion designer Cedric Mizero, 25, the owner of Amizero, a fashion brand that has won a special Mention Award at this year’s International Fashion Showcase held in London on February 11-24.
[New Era] Windhoek -Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline group, has confirmed that it has finalised all preparations to once again celebrate International Women’s Day by operating an All Women Functioned Flight, this time on the Addis Ababa to Stockholm to Oslo route on March 8.
DEBORAH NZIGIRE, a 65-year-old Congolese woman, is nervous when she sits down for her job interview. Her hands are clasped tightly together, her words are slow and deliberate; she is blinking too much.