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November 1, 2018 10:03 AM Woman elected head of Ethiopia's top court

Her name was put forward by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and MPs unanimously approved the appointment. It's the latest in a series of appointments in Ethiopia that has seen the promotion of women to top jobs. Last week, Sahle-Work Zewde became the country's first president - a ceremonial position. The week before, Prime Minister Abiy appointed a cabinet 152

October 30, 2018 4:00 AM Enraged Man Accidentally Burns Himself

But the idiom recently assumed another meaning (although incidents of a similar nature have occurred in the past) when a man who suspected that his girlfriend was cheating him with another man, the lover unleashed a torrent of fury that ended up razing his girlfriend’s house. He burnt himself in the process. According to police officers privy to the issue 153

October 25, 2018 1:13 PM Prisoner escapes grow sketchy

Initially, five prisoners had escaped from Selebi-Phikwe but police managed to re-arrest two of them one later that day whilst the other was arrested on Monday early morning leaving three on the run. On Monday yet another two prisoners both Zimbabweans escaped from the Broadhurst Magistrate’s Court. It’s still unclear how the said prisoners managed to escape 161

October 24, 2018 8:57 AM JMS teacher up for three counts of indecent assault

The state alleges that Manuel Mathews Greenland indecently assaulted the three female JMS students aged 11, 12 and 13 at the school on September 27. The accused pleaded not guilty to all the counts after he was arraigned before Magistrate Kaveri Kapeko. Inspector Mengistu Chigala did not oppose Greenland, who is currently on suspension from his duties 164

October 23, 2018 11:14 AM Frustrated BOFEPUSU runs to court over DPSM de-recognition

The four trade unions, Botswana Landlords and Local Authorities and Health Workers’ Union, Botswana Sectors of Educators’ Trade Union, Botswana Teachers Union and The National Amalgamated Local Central and Parastatal Workers’ Union who have taken the DPSM to court over de-recognition say as a result they are no longer able to participate in negotiations 173

October 22, 2018 4:00 AM Will there be a "Masisi Doctrine" in Foreign Policy?

Moreover, a President must preside over a highly specialised and sprawling bureaucracy. When it comes to policy, the presidency has three major areas to preside over: economic policy, domestic policy and foreign affairs. These are all competing policy spheres. But the demands of the office require that presidents strike a balance between all three substantive 170

October 18, 2018 12:50 PM Fury as govt derecognises unions

On Tuesday, Mosalakatane wrote to the seven leading public sector unions about compliance with section 46 of the Public Service Act of 2008. “You are well aware your union has been one of the public service unions that have been engaged in the process of resuscitating the Public Service Bargaining Council (PSBC) in terms of Part XIII (Collective Bargaining 152

October 12, 2018 2:00 PM GU ordered to pay Moatlhaping P46,000

Delivering a consent order, yesterday, Justice Tebogo Maruping of Gaborone Industrial Court said the club must pay the former player P46, 000 within three months. The amount will be paid in instalments of P15, 333.35 starting on November 30. He said failure to pay any of the instalments on time will result in the whole amount, immediately due. The order 142

September 21, 2018 4:00 AM Gov't to chase Chase to court

On Wednesday, Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP) deputy director Churchill Collyer, revealed that government has taken the matter to the Attorney General to look into a possible breach of Chase’s contract with government. He was responding to questions during a tour by local and international media of various sites where Chase recently 167

September 18, 2018 11:00 AM South Africa's highest court legalises dagga use

Pro-marijuana activists cheered in the public gallery and chanted "Weed are free now" when the Constitutional Court gave its landmark ruling. In a unanimous ruling, judges also legalised the growing of marijuana for private consumption. South Africa's government's had opposed its legalisation, arguing the drug was "harmful" to people's the health 165