Zimbabwe: Zuma Not Attending Mugabe Inauguration

DEPUTY South Africa President Kgalema Motlanthe will represent the regional economioc powerhouse at President Robert Mugabe’s inauguration on Thursday, the country’s international relations department said Wednesday. “The inauguration follows the ruling by the Constitutional Court of Zimbabwe on 20 August 2013 that… Mugabe is More...

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By AllAfrica.com On Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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Mozambique: Govt to Re-Introduce Pre-School Education

Gondola — Mozambique’s Minister of Education, Augusto Jone, declared on Wednesday that the Ministry will re-introduce pre-school education next year. Speaking at the opening of a meeting of his Ministry’s More...

By AllAfrica.com On Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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Mozambique: Govt Plans New Pre-Schools

Gondola — Mozambique’s Minister of Education, Augusto Jone, declared on Wednesday that the Ministry will re-introduce pre-school education next year. Speaking at the opening of a meeting of his Ministry’s More...

By AllAfrica.com On Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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Ethiopia: When a Traditional Past Collides With an Irrigated Future

Are the government’s large-scale developments in southern Ethiopia forcing local populations to move with the times or just move out the way? A short stroll away from the bloated Omo River in Ethiopia’s More...

By AllAfrica.com On Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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Kenya: Striking Out – How Unions Have Gone From Hero to Zero

The recent teachers’ strike reveals how Kenya’s once formidable unions have become emasculated and divided at the time when they are needed most. The July teachers’ strike in Kenya started with More...

By AllAfrica.com On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai May Be Charged for Judiciary Insult

Outgoing Prime Minister and MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai may face contempt of court charges for “disparaging remarks” he made about the judiciary.High Court judge Chinembiri Bhunu said prosecutors More...

By AllAfrica.com On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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Ethiopia: African Media Leaders Must Boycott Ethiopia

Ethiopian journalists have come to expect the worst from our government. One of the world’s most hostile governments to an independent press, it has jailed friends and colleagues, forced them to leave the More...

By AllAfrica.com On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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Swaziland: Chiefs Shut Women Out

Mbabane — Archaic and chauvinistic practices are being used to prevent Swazi women from taking part in the upcoming primary elections, despite the country having a constitution that guarantees their rights, says More...

By AllAfrica.com On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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Somalia: No Ransom, No Release for Hostages of Somali Pirates

In recent months the number of pirate attacks along Somalia’s coast has dropped, but an estimated 97 seafarers remain in the hands of pirates. Many of these hostages are uninsured and negotiations for their More...

By AllAfrica.com On Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
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Angola: Billionaire Daughter Acquired Wealth Through President Dos Santos – Report

A detailed investigation by a major American business magazine suggests that Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos has acquired her wealth through her father, President Jose Eduardo dos Santos. In an article to More...