Man’s Safaricom Boycott Lands Him in Court Trouble

[Nairobi News] A man facing arson charges left a Molo court in stitches on Wednesday when he said he could not reach his lawyer because he threw away his Safaricom SIM card after heeding boycott calls by Nasa.

[Nairobi News] A man facing arson charges left a Molo court in stitches on Wednesday when he said he could not reach his lawyer because he threw away his Safaricom SIM card after heeding boycott calls by Nasa.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

It’s Time for Tsvangirai to Step Down

[New Zimbabwe] Morgan Richard Tsvangirai is a hero who, for the past 20 years, has spearheaded the fight for freedom in Zimbabwe, taking the fight up to an evil and treacherous foe.

[New Zimbabwe] Morgan Richard Tsvangirai is a hero who, for the past 20 years, has spearheaded the fight for freedom in Zimbabwe, taking the fight up to an evil and treacherous foe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Can We Keep Our Children Off Streets?

[New Times] Every morning, 8-year old Pascal (not real name) is accompanied by his 11-year old sister to Kimironko Taxi Park to beg. Pascal suffers from lower limbs paralysis.

[New Times] Every morning, 8-year old Pascal (not real name) is accompanied by his 11-year old sister to Kimironko Taxi Park to beg. Pascal suffers from lower limbs paralysis.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Ruling Party Heightens Calls for Grace to Replace Mnangagwa

[263Chat] Zanu PF officials on Wednesday stampeded to call for the appointment of Grace Mugabe to replaced the axed Emmerson Mnangagwa saying her philanthropic work makes her the ideal candidate.

[263Chat] Zanu PF officials on Wednesday stampeded to call for the appointment of Grace Mugabe to replaced the axed Emmerson Mnangagwa saying her philanthropic work makes her the ideal candidate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Things the New Government Should Do to Help Kenya Meet Its Energy Needs

[The Conversation Africa] Without energy there would be no electricity to support the economic, social or political growth of any country. But to make it a real enabler of growth, there needs to be enough of it and it must be clean, affordable and reli…

[The Conversation Africa] Without energy there would be no electricity to support the economic, social or political growth of any country. But to make it a real enabler of growth, there needs to be enough of it and it must be clean, affordable and reliable.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Veteran Midfielder Kondowe Appeals for Calm in Football Games

[Nyasa Times] Veteran right-wing midfielder for Nyasa Big Bullets Fisher Kondowe has called on supporters for the team to refrain from violence during matches because the conduct is costing clubs dearly.

[Nyasa Times] Veteran right-wing midfielder for Nyasa Big Bullets Fisher Kondowe has called on supporters for the team to refrain from violence during matches because the conduct is costing clubs dearly.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Beware of Mushroom Poisoning

[The Herald] The rainy season beckons, and once again we feel duty-bound to raise the red flag, true to the dictum a stitch in time saves nine. Wild mushrooms account for a large number of food poisoning fatalities the world over, a development related…

[The Herald] The rainy season beckons, and once again we feel duty-bound to raise the red flag, true to the dictum a stitch in time saves nine. Wild mushrooms account for a large number of food poisoning fatalities the world over, a development related to the morphology of fungi that makes it almost impossible to distinguish between edible and toxic species.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cholera Remains Worrisome in Isles

[Daily News] Zanzibar -THE director for prevention in the Ministry of Health, Dr Fadhil Mohamed, has said that the government has set a goal to eliminate cholera by 2027 should the development partners like the World Health Organization (WHO) continue …

[Daily News] Zanzibar -THE director for prevention in the Ministry of Health, Dr Fadhil Mohamed, has said that the government has set a goal to eliminate cholera by 2027 should the development partners like the World Health Organization (WHO) continue cooperation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Three Security Officers Killed in Northwest

[VOA] Two gendarmes were attacked and killed by armed men late Tuesday in the northwestern town of Bamenda, said Cameroon’s government spokesperson Issa Tchiroma. The killings came barely 24 hours after another gendarme was shot dead in the town of Jak…

[VOA] Two gendarmes were attacked and killed by armed men late Tuesday in the northwestern town of Bamenda, said Cameroon's government spokesperson Issa Tchiroma. The killings came barely 24 hours after another gendarme was shot dead in the town of Jakiri, also in the northwest.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon