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Budget: N’Assembly To Seek S’Court’s Interpretation On Power

Budget: N’Assembly To Seek S’Court’s Interpretation On Power

Members of the National Assembly may approach the Supreme Court for an interpretation of where the power of appropriation lies in the preparation and passage of the country’s yearly budget, The PUNCH learnt on Wednesday. Investigations showed that the move was intended to put a stop to the “embarrassing dimension” the executive-legislature dispute assumed in […]

Playing The Enemy: Understanding the ‘hit’ against Madonsela

Playing The Enemy: Understanding the ‘hit’ against Madonsela

If someone really did pay a contract killer to take out Thuli Madonsela, they must be quite annoyed that the plot has been exposed before the job was done and that the revelation led to even more hero-worshipping of the public protector. It seems Madonsela’s superhero status rockets every time her detractors try to diminish […]

Rwandan ex-mayors Face Trial In France Over 1994 Genocide

Rwandan ex-mayors Face Trial In France Over 1994 Genocide

Two former Rwandan mayors go on trial in France on Tuesday facing charges of crimes against humanity and genocide over the 1994 massacres in the central African country. As the second trial in Paris by a special court created to go after suspected Rwandan killers who fled to France, it is expected to lay bare […]

The Laws On Succession And Custody Of Children In Nigeria

There are three types of marriages in Nigeria against which background the succession laws will be applied.  Statutory marriage admits one man, one wife.  Customary marriage permits limitless number of wives, whilst Islamic Muslim law marriage allows up to four wives. Nevertheless it is the duty of the spouse to ensure that at death, adequate provision […]

Attorney general: Women will destroy Swazi chieftainship

Attorney general: Women will destroy Swazi chieftainship

While African Union chairperson, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was extolling the virtues of empowering women on the continent at the African Union summit in Ethiopia last month, Swaziland’s attorney general, Majahenkhaba Dlamini, was warning lawyers and judges at the official opening of the country’s high-court year about the threat posed to Swazi society by women’s ambition to […]