The new public protector says she will leave the dispute over the state capture report prepared by h.
MERKA - Like all fathers, Mahmoud Farah wants a better life for his son, but unlike most, the only way he can get it is by working as a gun-for-hire in Somalia's civil war.
After nearly two decades of civil war and anarchy, the best job the 40-year-old former waiter can hope for is guarding food shipments with his battered rifle.
Until diplomats can come up with a better future for men like Farah, stability will have few attractions for tens of thousands of gunmen. - Sapa-AP