Police officers entered schools to educate pupils on the perils of knife crime, in time for the long summer holiday. This, the latest development of the Metropolitan Police’s Operation Sceptre Continue Reading →
Bambos Charalambous MP watched as teenagers showcased their community-spirited learning. Mr Charalambous joined young constituents taking part in the National Citizen Service (NCS) youth programme that teaches 15-to-17-year-olds life skills Continue Reading →
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is on the verge of a constitutional crisis, and it is up to America to ensure that Democracy prevails. The country is a “landscape Continue Reading →
A prisoner who was found with home made ‘shank’ in Exeter Jail is to be deported from Britain. Daddet Massaya was given another four months on his sentence but will Continue Reading →
A young Neasden man propelled into a dark depression following the death of his father is now living out his dream as a striker for a Queen’s Park Rangers Football Continue Reading →
Thousands of new black donors are needed to meet an increasing demand for blood to help save and improve the lives of patients with sickle cell disease and other conditions. Continue Reading →
The commune of Kisenso is a prey to a series of erosions, enclosing the different districts. For this reason, we are told that the road to Mazout (yellow earth) has Continue Reading →
“DRC Vision NGO, in its objective of civic and electoral is campaigning throughout the city of Kisenso a campaign to raise awareness and mobilise the people of Kisenso in favour The process of voter enlistment and, above all, the appropriation of the entire electoral process in order to lead to the holding of elections … by the end of December 2017.
The duration of this campaign, known as “power is a people”, is not known. The CENI targets nearly 4 million voters in Kinshasa. Beginning May 28, 2017, the enrolment operation will last 90 days in all the centre of the capital.
The Choir, who are doing a tour around the UK, is comprised of 18 children and 10 adults from Uganda. Each child involved has suffered the loss of one or Continue Reading →
To justify his optimism, the number two of the National Independent Electoral Commission (CENI) explains: “Civil Society is already mobilizing in recent days; As you see, I am with religious confessions whose pastors will address themselves directly to their faithful through pastoral sermons and pastoral letters. Tomorrow at 2 pm [here] here at the CENI, the MALU MALU room will serve as a framework for a meeting with all the national and provincial deputies of Kinshasa as well as all the political parties, “he explains. As for the enrollment operations themselves, Norbert Basengezi explains that they will proceed gradually.