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Proverb of the week: Cows are born with ears; later they grow horns.

Proverb of the week: Cows are born with ears; later they grow horns.

Ngora inlingino nanine; ndobagi nalobehe ngoba. (Nuba-Tira, Sudan) Cows are born with ears; later they grow horns. (English) Generally, Children are expected to be taken care of when they are young, while they are, on the other hand, required to listen to their parents and elders from whom the children learn their life experience. Life is a mysterious journey, full of uncharted and fortuitous dangers. The Nuba-Tira group in Sudan uses this proverb to encourage children not to scorn the advice and wisdom of older ones, simply because the children... ...
Nigeria: Admission to ‘Internet fraud academy?’

Nigeria: Admission to ‘Internet fraud academy?’

It is hardly new that a lot of cybercrimes have been linked to the Nigerian internet syndicates, however, there was until now, hardly any tangible evidence to suggest that some of these internet scoundrels actually, enrolled in a special internet fraud school to perfect their underworld credentials and prepare them for the illegal business ahead. Not until recently. In what Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency calls a breakthrough, the agency recently busted an alleged “internet fraud academy” in a remote village of Akwa Ibom State in the Southern part of Nigeria. According... ...
ICC: 18th session of the Assembly of States Parties opens in The Hague

ICC: 18th session of the Assembly of States Parties opens in The Hague

The eighteenth session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) opened today at the World Forum Convention Center in The Hague, The Netherlands. From 2 to 7 December 2019, States Parties to the Rome Statute, the Court’s founding treaty, observer States, invited States, international and regional organizations and representatives from civil society will discuss key challenges facing the Statute. States Parties will also make important decisions and adopt resolutions on key issues pertaining to the functioning of the Court and... ...
South Africa: Cape Town caged by a rise in gang activities

South Africa: Cape Town caged by a rise in gang activities

It is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Africa. With its scenic, colossal mountains and seductive sandy beaches, South Africa’s Cape Town has both beauty and historic features you hardly see in any other city in Africa, if not in the world. It is indeed a city that offers a lot for everyone. However, this beautiful city that boasts gorgeous and breathtaking scenes has become nothing enviable today; it has virtually been taken over by crime, with deadly gangs operating with impunity and audacity. Violence has become a... ...
The Kata Kata outreach program: Liam Katabira visits schools in Kisaasi Uganda

The Kata Kata outreach program: Liam Katabira visits schools in Kisaasi Uganda

In his effort to promote the Kata Kata outreach program, Liam Katabira, the Ambassador of Kata Kata Africa Cartoon Magazine visited Kids World Nursery and Junior School in Kisaasi Uganda on November 21, 2019. The visit aimed at interacting with young people and sharing his experience as a young writer.  Liam is a seven-year-old Writer from Uganda, who discovered his (comics) writing talent at a ripe age. At a tender age when many kids are more or less interested in playing outside with their mates, Liam has, instead, vowed to... ...
Zimbabwe: Call my street name, your life would be fulfilled

Zimbabwe: Call my street name, your life would be fulfilled

Some call it legacy. Others name it unabashed narcissism. You could hear others yelling “misplaced priority.” They are not done yet. What would you say to those who label it flagrant personal aggrandizement? Or to the group that sees it as sheer madness? Before you respond to that question, bear in mind that some people denounce it as a blatant insensitivity. Hum. For sure, careless acts call for endless lexicons.  Welcome to Zimbabwe. Yes, the new Zimbabwe. The new era. While the Western countries are busy debating whether President Emmerson... ...
Enough of Cyber Bullying!!

Enough of Cyber Bullying!!

You don’t necessarily have to have direct physical contact with someone before killing them, nor do all aggression and brutality leave a trace of blood on the victim. Stop cyber bullying now!!! Join Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine (www.katakata.org) today and say NO to Cyber Bullying. ...
ICC: Statement of the Prosecutor on the authorisation of investigation in Bangladesh/Myanmar

ICC: Statement of the Prosecutor on the authorisation of investigation in Bangladesh/Myanmar

As announced last week, the Judges of Pre-Trial Chamber III have authorised my Office to commence an investigation into the Situation in the People’s Republic of Bangladesh/Republic of the Union of Myanmar (“Situation in Bangladesh/Myanmar”). In my 4 July 2019 Request, I sought authorisation to investigate the situation in Bangladesh/Myanmar in the period since 9 October 2016. Specifically, I requested authorisation to investigate crimes within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”), in which at least one element occurred on the territory of the People’s Republic... ...
Mozambique: Old man escapes death over alleged sorcery

Mozambique: Old man escapes death over alleged sorcery

A 70-year-old man in Dombe, central of Mozambique, narrowly escaped death after villagers angrily pounded on him with blows and kicks over allegedly practising of sorcery. The irked Dombe residents destroyed the property of the old man after accusing him of keeping crocodiles and snakes in River Lucite for sorcery. The River Lucite runs through Dombe and the villager claimed the accused’s alleged diabolic activities with the animals cause the animals to become a danger to the community. According to some sources,  numerous accusations have been levelled against the 70-year-old... ...
Kids’ Corner: The Drunkard

Kids’ Corner: The Drunkard

Robert lived in a village called Kireka. He was 30 years old. He had 4 children. Their names were Mukisa, Kyoto, Kyobe, and Makula. His wife was called Kevina. They lived in a small mud house roofed with grey iron sheets. All of the family members slept in the same house. Robert did not have a big compound nor a garden. Robert did not take care of his family. It was the wife, Kevina who would work at the home of Mr Kavuma the rich man, to get money to... ...