July 20, 2017

eNCA – Africa News



eNCA – Africa News

– Latest news updates from around Africa

eNCA is South Africa’s most trusted independent TV and online news brand. It launched on June 1st, 2008 to become the country’s first 24-hour television news service.

eNCA | Nigeria’s former oil minister ordered to forfeit R488m luxury property

A Lagos judge ordered the forfeiture of Diezani Alison-Madueke's apartment complex on the city's ultra-chic Banana Island.

eNCA | Boko Haram suspects killed, tortured in Cameroon custody

The NGO said it had found 101 people who said they were held in secret and tortured between March 2013 and March 2017.

eNCA | ICC judges ordered to review freeing I.Coast ex-leader Gbagbo

Gbagbo's highly-charged trial on charges of murder, rape and persecution opened at the tribunal in The Hague in January 2016 and is set to last three to four years.

eNCA | Half a million Kenyans to be tested for cholera

Four people have died of the disease since May and 79 people have been treated.

eNCA | Ethiopian businesses shut in protest at tax laws

New rules have led to an increase in the amount of taxes to be paid by small businesses.

eNCA | S Sudan jails broadcaster for not airing president’s speech

The Committee to Protect Journalists says it is not up to the authorities to decide what should or should not be broadcast.

eNCA | Morocco sentences 23 over Western Sahara killings

International rights groups condemned an earlier military trial as 'unfair' and the Court of Cassation ordered a civilian court to examine the case.

eNCA | Date set for work on key rail line in west Africa

The governments of Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast along with the track's operating company Sitarail, signed an agreement setting the date at a meeting in the Burkinabe capital.

eNCA | Zim wants 60-year jail term for rapists

Proposals had been made in cabinet as deterrent measures to help stem rape cases.

eNCA | DR Congo may be linked to UN experts' murder: report

'The preliminary evidence does not yet allow the group to attribute responsibility for the murder,' reads the report by the experts to the Security Council.

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