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22 January 2018

Kampala battles lawyers over President's age law

Uganda's government says it is preparing a response to the court challenge filed by a lawyers' association against a new law removing a presidential age limit from the constitution. A...

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US government shut-down drags on

Senators failed to reach an agreement yesterday to end the US government shut-down, ensuring that hundreds of thousands of federal employees would be on leave from today even as the...

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O'Sullivan and co-accused cleared of Bobroff kidnapping charges

Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan and co-accused Melissa Naidu have been found not guilty on charges of kidnapping, intimidation and extortion in the Randburg Magistrate's Court, says a Moneyweb report. ‘The...

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