Chinese Launch Fund to Protect Lake Victoria

[Monitor] Kampala -Save the Wild Fund, a Chinese not-for-profit environmental conservation organisation, has started operations to encourage companies to fund conservation of Lake Victoria.

[Monitor] Kampala -Save the Wild Fund, a Chinese not-for-profit environmental conservation organisation, has started operations to encourage companies to fund conservation of Lake Victoria.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

KQ, Tourism Firm Partner to Ease Medical Travel

[Monitor] Kampala -Medical access for patients seeking treatment in India has been made easier after Kenya Airways (KQ) partnered with Mumbai-based medical travel facilitator, Magnus MediTourism and a Uganda-based tours and travel agency to provide med…

[Monitor] Kampala -Medical access for patients seeking treatment in India has been made easier after Kenya Airways (KQ) partnered with Mumbai-based medical travel facilitator, Magnus MediTourism and a Uganda-based tours and travel agency to provide medical tourism services.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Insecurity – Lagos Govt Cancels Vacation Classes

[Vanguard] Lagos -Worried by rising kidnap and rape cases across the state, Lagos State Government has introduced measures during this vacation to forestall any possible ugly situation that may arise in public schools.

[Vanguard] Lagos -Worried by rising kidnap and rape cases across the state, Lagos State Government has introduced measures during this vacation to forestall any possible ugly situation that may arise in public schools.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

ANC Veteran Claims Party Wants to Steal South Africa’s 2019 Polls

[News24Wire] Veteran ANC leader, Reverend Frank Chikane, on Tuesday said he believed that funds laundered during the state capture project would be used to “steal the 2019 elections”.

[News24Wire] Veteran ANC leader, Reverend Frank Chikane, on Tuesday said he believed that funds laundered during the state capture project would be used to "steal the 2019 elections".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

What KCCA’s Landmark Season Has Taught Us

[Monitor] KCCA’s season might have ended with a whimper after Tunisian outfit Club Africain put paid the Ugandan champions’ continental hopes, but the 4-0 hiding in Radès tells only half the story. The past twelve months have seen the tectonic plates in the Ugandan club’s stead shift to the point of producing a maiden league and cup double.

[Monitor] KCCA's season might have ended with a whimper after Tunisian outfit Club Africain put paid the Ugandan champions' continental hopes, but the 4-0 hiding in Radès tells only half the story. The past twelve months have seen the tectonic plates in the Ugandan club's stead shift to the point of producing a maiden league and cup double.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda