Court Dismisses Application to Evict Landless Residents

[New Era] Walvis Bay -The Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court has dismissed an application by the Walvis Bay Municipality to evict landless people who erected structures on eight plots in Kuisebmond’s Granite Street.

[New Era] Walvis Bay -The Walvis Bay Magistrate's Court has dismissed an application by the Walvis Bay Municipality to evict landless people who erected structures on eight plots in Kuisebmond's Granite Street.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Makerere Holds Onto Hundreds of Transcripts

[Observer] Shaken and its public trust damaged by a students’ marks alteration scandal last year, Makerere University is still holding onto hundreds of students’ transcripts three months after its 67th graduation ceremony.

[Observer] Shaken and its public trust damaged by a students' marks alteration scandal last year, Makerere University is still holding onto hundreds of students' transcripts three months after its 67th graduation ceremony.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Uganda Gears Up for Oil Local Content Participation

[Observer] St. Simon Peter’s Vocational Training center in Hoima district has become the latest point of attraction as a number of youth train in oil and gas related activities ahead of the country’s plans of being an oil producer.

[Observer] St. Simon Peter's Vocational Training center in Hoima district has become the latest point of attraction as a number of youth train in oil and gas related activities ahead of the country's plans of being an oil producer.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Will President Take Lake Wrangle to The Hague?

[Nyasa Times] Immediate past-president of Malawi, Joyce Banda, who has been in a self imposed ‘exile’ since her election loss in 2014, has backed the decision by the government led by President Peter Mutharika to take the long running border dispute be…

[Nyasa Times] Immediate past-president of Malawi, Joyce Banda, who has been in a self imposed 'exile' since her election loss in 2014, has backed the decision by the government led by President Peter Mutharika to take the long running border dispute between Malawi and Tanzania concerning their lacustrine border to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague in Netherlands.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

South Africa’s Zuma Praises Uganda’s Natural Beauty

[Observer] South African president Jacob Zuma has spoken glowingly about Uganda’s sprawling scenic beauty, and urged President Yoweri Meseveni to return Lake Victoria to its original name to attract more tourists.

[Observer] South African president Jacob Zuma has spoken glowingly about Uganda's sprawling scenic beauty, and urged President Yoweri Meseveni to return Lake Victoria to its original name to attract more tourists.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Democratic Party to Honour Ben Kiwanuka With a Multibillion Building

[Observer] Uganda’s oldest political party, the Democratic Party (DP), is set to start the construction of a multi-billion shilling headquarters in Kampala, its president general, Norbert Mao, has said.

[Observer] Uganda's oldest political party, the Democratic Party (DP), is set to start the construction of a multi-billion shilling headquarters in Kampala, its president general, Norbert Mao, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Bankers Stop Kamuzu Barracks to Reach Airtel Top 8 Final

[Nyasa Times] Silver Strikers FC set up an Airtel Top 8 final clash against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers after outwitting Kamuzu Barracks 5-3 in penalty shoot-outs during the last quarterfinal match at Civo Stadium on Sunday, May 28, 2017.

[Nyasa Times] Silver Strikers FC set up an Airtel Top 8 final clash against Mighty Be Forward Wanderers after outwitting Kamuzu Barracks 5-3 in penalty shoot-outs during the last quarterfinal match at Civo Stadium on Sunday, May 28, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi