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the anger of two hundred unpaid construction companies

In Madagascar, in the Ampefiloha district, a popular district in the capital, there were about fifty construction workers protesting against the government. The reason: almost two hundred small and medium-sized construction companies (SMEs) in construction (BTP) have not been paid by the state in eight months for road works commissioned and for which the contract has been awarded to them. .…

the anger of the displaced families for

For four years they have been waiting to serve land titles, the state has been slow to follow. And yet promises had been made. In the face of the press, the collective that brings these families together condemns unbearable delays. Of the nearly 2,500 family heads involved in the Pikine branch in the suburbs of Dakar, only 800 have been notified of relocation.…

Somika responds to residents’ anger

One week ago, residents of the Annex Municipality of Lubumbashi in the DRC mining company Katanga, Somika, accused of environmental pollution on our antennas. The people in the area believe that their health is endangered by the company's mining activities. Somika responds: "The accusations of the population are unfounded because everything is being done to significantly reduce the effects of…

Tunisia: ten years after the revolution, social anger stays the identical

Ten years in the past, the spark of the Arab Spring erupted in Tunisia, in Sidi Bouzid, a disadvantaged village within the heart of the nation the place Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on hearth. Ten years later, within the area, social anger has not died, fairly the other. And the well being disaster solely exacerbated the signs. Dozens of cities are demonstrating to demand the promised jobs and funding.…

Algeria’s anger over Donald Trump’s announcement

"International maneuvers aimed toward destabilizing Algeria": Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad commented in these phrases on Saturday, December 12, on the normalization of relations between Morocco and Israel and the US recognition of sovereignty. Moroccan on the territory of Western Sahara. The outgoing US President Donald Trump introduced Thursday evening.…

anger from motorcycle taxi drivers after the traffic ban

The Congolese government began implementing a stop this week banning motorcycle taxis. Officially, this is a decision to fight accidents and aims to limit contact during this period of the fight against Covid-19. However, the measure does not pass among drivers and civil society. as reported from Brazzaville, Loïcia MartialA…

anger in the streets of Kampala after another arrest by Bobi Wine

Violent clashes between protesters and police took place on Wednesday, November 18, in Kampala, the Ugandan capital. The police report shows 3 dead and 34 injured. These protests erupted after another arrest by Bobi Wine. The 38-year-old singer, elected Member of Parliament in 2017, is President Yoweri Museveni's main opponent in the presidential election on January 14, 2021.…

Addis Ababa’s great anger against Tigray

Fighting continues in Tigray, where the Ethiopian federal army on Wednesday launched an offensive to regain control of the province, which is trying to secede. Part of the army jumped off and joined the Tigrayan forces, which reportedly seized a large arsenal of heavy artillery. On Friday, a new milestone was crossed with air strikes carried out by government forces. A fascist act, the Tigrayan authorities assure Tigray is ready to shoot down any aircraft or helicopter, the TPLF party said yesterday. The party indicates…

Anger in South Africa and overseas over police brutality in Nigeria

Tonight's version: A whole lot of individuals take to the streets of South Africa to precise anger over the taking pictures of peaceable protesters in Nigeria. Conferences are additionally being held in London the place calls rang to finish SARS, the notorious anti-robber group that has turn out to be synonymous with police brutality in Nigeria, even after it was disbanded final week. .…

Anger Gabonese churches demand reopening of places of worship

The coronavirus pandemic is in sharp decline. Almost all positive cases are cured. Last week, only 3 cases were admitted to the hospital. However, the country that has recorded a total of 54 deaths linked to Covid-19 has not delimited all sectors. This is the case with churches, bars and motels. This brings a sense of injustice to the operators in these sectors who are angry today. as reported from Libreville, After waiting more than 6 months, the Christian churches almost revolted against the state. On September 27,…

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