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The Constitution guarantees everyone the right to basic education, and to equality. The United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees says refugee learners should enjoy the same education as nationals. But in South Africa, this is often not the case.
Grace* and her mother are from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
THE landmark criminal case involving six nations against Kenyan tycoon Donbosco Ooga Gichana and prominent Arusha -based lawyer, Median Mwale, has taken a new turn after the prosecution disclosed particulars showing how the duo and others money laundered over 9.6bn/-.
This followed the move by the prosecution to complete the investigations into the trial. Principal State Attorney Oswald Tibabyekomya said that investigations on the matter had taken about three years, as the case involved jurisdictions from six different nations.
Emile Yotham Ntakamulenga probably woke up early yesterday in a jovial mood. It was one of those great days in his life.
He drove all the way to No. 1 Barack Obama Drive, location of the white-painted State House in Dar es Salaam, exuding confidence and hope that he would be among the 139 newly-appointed District Commissioners (DCs) who were set to sign an integrity pledge with the Ethics Secretariat.
Just a few minutes after the Commissioner of the Ethics Secretariat, Judge (Retired) Salome Kaganda, had finished issuing directives to the newly-appointed DCs and three regional commissioners (RCs), who were sworn-in by President John Magufuli yesterday, she said there was a problem with the DCs list. "There is no problem with the appointment of the new RCs.