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2012-02-24 09:34:37 NISA Tourney Begins Today [Daily Observer] The 9th edition of the National Inter-Departmental Sports Association -NISA- football tournament will begin today with a super cup game between last year's champions and the Gambia Immigration Department. Armed Forces who are also the champions of the regional tournament held in Senegal earlier this year, will clash with the Interior outfit at the KG 5 mini-stadium in Banjul.

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Sunday, 03-01-15, 11:59Court Deems Elections Law Unconstitutional[Aswat Masriya]Cairo -Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court decided on Sunday against the constitutionality of an article in one of the laws regulating parliamentary elections, which were scheduled to begin later this month, in a ruling likely to postpone the elections race.
Sunday, 03-01-15, 11:58New Laws to Punish MPs Behaving Badly[Capital FM]Nairobi -The National Assembly leadership has resorted to amend the Standing Orders to initiate punishment for members who create or participate in disorderly conduct in the House.
Sunday, 03-01-15, 11:57Grace in Charge Despite Mugabe Denial[New Zimbabwe]SPECULATION has been rife as to the significance of the First Lady's entrance into mainstream Zanu PF politics and its succession implications and consequences. In addition, the role of President Robert Mugabe in the First Lady's ascendency to the strategic position of the leader of Zanu PF's Women's League has created its own confusing and distorted narrative.
Sunday, 03-01-15, 9:21Election Results Expected Soon in Lesotho[allAfrica]Lesotho's early elections went smoothly on Saturday and it is hoped results will be declared on Sunday, news agencies report.
Sunday, 03-01-15, 6:31Brave Mother of Albino Baby Recovering[Daily News]Mwanza -THE mother of a kidnapped child with albinism, Ms Esther Thomas, has confirmed that her condition is getting better at the Bugando Medical Centre (BMC) where she is admitted after sustaining severe injuries, while protecting her child from the abductors.

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