2012-02-24 13:28:00Looking at President Wade's Reign[IRIN]
As Senegalese presidential elections approach on 26 February, the grassroots M23 and "Y'en ai marre" ("Enough is enough") opposition movements continue to hold daily protests across the country against the decision that incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade can run for a third term.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 12:59Only Injuries Sustained in Garissa Attack - Police Boss[Capital FM] Nairobi -Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet says two police officers were critically injured during Monday's ambush by Al-Shabaab militia in Yumbis village, Garissa County while three others sustained injuries.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 12:00Most Popular Smartphones Revealed[News24Wire] BlackBerry may be on the back foot in many parts of the world, but in SA, the brand continues to hold its own, despite intense marketing from rivals.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 11:59Durban Taxi Drivers Go On Rampage[News24Wire] A strike by taxi drivers in Durban on Tuesday turned violent as drivers protested against Ethekwini metro municipality impounding their vehicles.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 11:37Ellen Tells Refuges to Prepare for Home[New Republic] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has called on Liberian refugees in Cote d'Ivoire to prepare to return home and participate in the reconstruction of the country.