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Sudan women’s tribute rally call for President Omar’s resignation.

A March 7 protests called by the Sudanese Professional Association, SPA, took place across the country according to reports from an online media group, Sudanese report. Report says that a rally in the capital Khartoum took place amid chanting of anti -government slogans and calls for President Omar Al-Bashir to quit. The information was corroborated by […]

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South Africans support ex employee over Vodacom compensation offer.

A settlement offered by South African mobile telecom provider Vodacom to a former employee Makate drew tens of protesters on the streets of Johannesburg on Thursday. They’re calling for a better deal for a former Vodacom employee, who played a key role in creating the company’s call-back messaging service. The service, allows Vodacom customers to […]

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Uganda Security agencies get protest management guidelines.

Uganda’s president on Sunday issued several guidelines to the countries’ security agencies, instructing them on how to manage crowds, deal with protesters and conduct arrests. The guidelines follow several incidents of brutal arrests and much publicised reports of torture by opposition politicians at the hands of police and military officers. The president started off by […]

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Ethiopian govt set to free over 1000 detained youth – Police.

Ethiopian authorities will free over 1,100 young people arrested over violent protests in and around the capital Addis Ababa in September 2018. Police chief Jemal Zeinu confirmed that out of the 1,204 youth were detained according to Amnesty International, arbitrarily 83 of them are to be put before courts on suspicion of committing crimes. Zeinu in an […]

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