Africa rights groups push governments on SDGs

[East Africa News Post] - 19/11/2017

African govts are often accused of compromising the independence of their human-rights institutions.


In african newspapers

Nigeria:Troubled Oil Firm Addax Plans U.S.$3 Billion Investment
[Premium Times] Amidst plans to wind up some of its global operations, Addax Petroleum on Sunday said it is ready (...)
[AllAfrica] - 11/12/2017
Kenya:Issues Supreme Court Will Determine in Poll Petitions
[Nation] The Supreme Court will today give the full judgment dismissing two election petitions filed to challenge (...)
[AllAfrica] - 11/12/2017
Lesego Digital Village to address healthcare challenges in North West
Samsung launched the Lesego Digital Village in North West, South Africa on Friday, 08 December 2017. This facility (...)
[IT News Africa] - 11/12/2017
South Africa:Army Helicopter Crashes
[News24Wire] The South Africa Air Force has confirmed that an Oryx helicopter crash landed on the Worcester side of (...)
[AllAfrica] - 11/12/2017
8 ways to jump on the Bitcoin train
Bitcoin is undoubtedly the buzz word today, not only within tech and financial circles, but amongst the average joe (...)
[IT News Africa] - 11/12/2017
US-Cameroonian writer Patrice Nganang detained over Facebook post
Cameroonian authorities detained Patrice Nganang as he attempted to fly to Zimbabwe from Douala. His lawyer told (...)
[IFEX] - 11/12/2017
Regional central banks shore up forex reserves
The central banks continued to loosen its monetary policy in efforts to plug the widening fiscal (...)
[East Africa News Post] - 11/12/2017
Sagarmatha Technologies to invest $100 million into African programmers
Sagarmatha Technologies has revealed that it will invest $100 million to help grow the programming skills base for (...)
[IT News Africa] - 11/12/2017
Sudan:Court to Try 24 Women for Wearing Trousers
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Twenty-four women will be tried in a district court in Khartoum on Sunday for 'wearing (...)
[AllAfrica] - 11/12/2017
Jordan referred to UN for not detaining Sudan leader
Jordan who is a member of the Rome Statute failed to arrest Bashir wanted on genocide charges.
[East Africa News Post] - 11/12/2017
SES Networks provides Wi-Fi to participants of the Munga Mountain Bike Race
SES Networks provided Wi-Fi connectivity to participants and organisers of the Munga MTB, a single stage mountain (...)
[IT News Africa] - 11/12/2017