Govt May Sell Off 2,000 Houses in Abuja Over Tax Avoidance

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government disclosed Thursday that it has uncovered 2,000 houses in Abuja whose owners are not paying taxes on them, giving an indication it may soon dispose off the property after securing the necessary legal backing.

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government disclosed Thursday that it has uncovered 2,000 houses in Abuja whose owners are not paying taxes on them, giving an indication it may soon dispose off the property after securing the necessary legal backing.

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Opposition MPs Unveil New Anti-Age Limit Plan

[Monitor] Parliament -Ahead of the decisive week when Parliament’s legal affairs committee is expected to table a report on the amendment of Article 102(b) to remove age limit, MPs opposed to the proposal yesterday unveiled activities to fight the amen…

[Monitor] Parliament -Ahead of the decisive week when Parliament's legal affairs committee is expected to table a report on the amendment of Article 102(b) to remove age limit, MPs opposed to the proposal yesterday unveiled activities to fight the amendment, putting them on a potential collision course with security agencies.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Who Will Be King?

[The Herald] AFTER months of waiting, the identity of this year’s Castle Lager Premier Soccer League king will be unveiled with ageless Chicken Inn midfielder Clemence Matawu among top contenders for the accolade.

[The Herald] AFTER months of waiting, the identity of this year's Castle Lager Premier Soccer League king will be unveiled with ageless Chicken Inn midfielder Clemence Matawu among top contenders for the accolade.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Outgoing WHO Rep Walks Down Memory Lane

[The Herald] Dr David Okello’s tenure as the World Health Organisation Representative in Zimbabwe comes to an end this month after serving the country for five years. During his tenure the WHO enjoyed good working relations with the Government which sa…

[The Herald] Dr David Okello's tenure as the World Health Organisation Representative in Zimbabwe comes to an end this month after serving the country for five years. During his tenure the WHO enjoyed good working relations with the Government which saw him providing policy advice on matters of health and development, and directing the work of WHO in the country. In the report, Sifelani Tsiko (ST) our senior writer speaks to Dr Okello (DO) about his eventful stay in Zimbabwe.

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Lule Hopes to Maitain Focus After Impressive Hippos Start

[Monitor] Kampala -In a country where the senior national football team Cranes approach was likened to “street football” by former captain David Obua, there appears a lack of identity in Ugandan football.

[Monitor] Kampala -In a country where the senior national football team Cranes approach was likened to "street football" by former captain David Obua, there appears a lack of identity in Ugandan football.

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Besigye Refutes Claims that Muntu Is a Mole

[Monitor] Former presidential candidate, Dr Kizza Besigye has refuted claims by a section of the Opposition members that the outgoing Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president Gen Mugisha Muntu is an NRM mole.

[Monitor] Former presidential candidate, Dr Kizza Besigye has refuted claims by a section of the Opposition members that the outgoing Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president Gen Mugisha Muntu is an NRM mole.

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Addressing Gender Issues Critical in National Development

[Monitor] With just two days to mark the end of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, it is critical for both the nation and individuals to reflect on mechanisms to prevent gender- based violence against women and girls. While the phys…

[Monitor] With just two days to mark the end of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, it is critical for both the nation and individuals to reflect on mechanisms to prevent gender- based violence against women and girls. While the physical form of violence is most prominent, focus needs to be put in forms of violence such as sexual violence, especially to girls in form of defilement and early marriages.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda