Daily Archives: August 16, 2019

2-Week Power Outage Paralyzes Cameroon

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – Businesses, media and hospitals in Cameroon’s capital have been brought to a halt because of an unprecedented power failure that has gone on for nearly two weeks. The government has ordered the electric company, ENEO, to restore power within seven days but the company says it needs …

Zimbabweans Claim Police Brutality During Economic Protests

Despite the High Court ban on planned protests, members of the Movement for Democratic Change took to the streets and clashed with police. Some of the injured accused police of derailing protests, which they said were meant to persuade President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to breathe life into Zimbabwe’s moribund economy.…

Zimbabweans Claim Police Brutality During Economic Protests

Despite the High Court ban on planned protests, members of the Movement for Democratic Change took to the streets and clashed with police. Some of the injured accused police of derailing protests, which they said were meant to persuade President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to breathe life into Zimbabwe’s moribund economy.…

Vice-president points out challenges of Law Faculty

Luanda – The vice-president of Angola, Bornito de Sousa, pointed out on Thursday in Luanda, the quality of the teaching process and scientific production and challenges faced by higher education institutions, the public Faculty of Law, in particular.

The official made the statement to the press at the end of …