AFRICA shall not become a laboratory for intelligence devices from overseas. – Olivier Nduhungirehe, Rwanda’s deputy UN ambassador, told Reuters that the proposed use of surveillance drones in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo is opposed by Rwanda and called it an unwise move.
HE will still have a long way to go and many legal hurdles to overcome before there can be any hope for redemption, and he will have to be genuinely contrite, which may be a bit of a reach for someone like him. – Richard Pound, the former president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, says that an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show will not let disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong off the hook.
Such violations will undermine a credible, free and fair vote. – Zimbabwe is well behind schedule with vital reforms needed to ensure a credible and violence-free election that would pick a successor to its troubled power-sharing government, Human Rights Watch warned yesterday.
After being in piracy for eight years, I have decided to renounce and quit, and from today on I will not be involved in this gang activity. – Mohamed Abdi Hassan, known as ‘Afweyne’ or “bigmouth”, told reporters late on Wednesday that he is going to retire.
Very much of what went wrong at Marikana was because mining companies closed their eyes to being inclusive. – Newly elected ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has called on businesses to take better care of their employees, a report said on Thursday.
From The History Books
If it weren’t for greed, intolerance, hate, passion and murder, you would have no works of art, no great buildings, no medical science, no Mozart, no Van Gough, no Muppets and no Louis Armstrong. – Jasper Fforde (Born January 11 1961) is a British novelist. Fforde’s first novel, The Eyre Affair, was published in 2001.
The happy people are failures because they are on such good terms with themselves they don’t give a damn. – Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, DBE (née Miller; 15 September 1890 – 12 January1976) was a British crime writer of novels, short stories, and plays. She also wrote six romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but she is best remembered for the 66 detective novels and more than 15 short story collections she wrote under her own name.
I think TV is much more the writer’s medium and film is about the director and their vision and how you can collaborate with them and see that through to the end. They are so different. – Patrick Galen Dempsey is an American actor, best known for his role as neurosurgeon Dr Derek Shepherd on the ABC medical drama ‘Grey’s Anatomy’. Prior to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ he made several television appearances and was nominated for an Emmy Award.