14 Muslim Clerics Acquitted of Murdering Sheikhs

[Monitor] The High Court on Monday acquitted the 14 Muslims of charges of murdering Sheikhs Mustafa Bahiga and Ibrahim Hassan Kirya and other Muslim leaders, about three years ago.

[Monitor] The High Court on Monday acquitted the 14 Muslims of charges of murdering Sheikhs Mustafa Bahiga and Ibrahim Hassan Kirya and other Muslim leaders, about three years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gauteng and Mpumalanga ANC Try to Find Consensus On Leadership Battle

[News24Wire] Leaders of the ANC in Gauteng and Mpumalanga have met in an attempt to find consensus on the leadership battle that appears to be tearing the party apart.

[News24Wire] Leaders of the ANC in Gauteng and Mpumalanga have met in an attempt to find consensus on the leadership battle that appears to be tearing the party apart.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Antonio Mwanza’s Diary: Chipante Pante?

Day 1. President Edgar Lungu says cabinet deliberated for more than 8 hours and resolved it’s mandatory tests. Day 2. As President Lungu was leaving for Rwanda, he tells the nation that those opposing the policy must go to court … Continued

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Day 1. President Edgar Lungu says cabinet deliberated for more than 8 hours and resolved it’s mandatory tests. Day 2. As President Lungu was leaving for Rwanda, he tells the nation that those opposing the policy must go to court and challenge the decision as it was none debatable. Day 3. Health Minister Chitalu Chilufya announces on ZNBC TV that it’s not mandatory test. Day 3. On the same day Information and Broadcasting Minister Kampamba Mulenga is on Diamond TV insisting it’s mandatory test. Day 4……..still loading and waiting. The post Antonio Mwanza’s Diary: Chipante Pante? appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Visually Impaired Appeal for Equal Job Opportunities

[New Times] There is need for more advocacy to ensure people with visual impairment are not discriminated in the labour market and social protection programmes for them to avoid begging culture.

[New Times] There is need for more advocacy to ensure people with visual impairment are not discriminated in the labour market and social protection programmes for them to avoid begging culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Governors Stir Kenyatta Succession Debate

[Nation] Debate on the succession of President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022 Monday played out in inauguration ceremonies of Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui and his Narok counterpart Samuel Tunai.

[Nation] Debate on the succession of President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022 Monday played out in inauguration ceremonies of Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui and his Narok counterpart Samuel Tunai.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Nzamwita Given Ultimatum to Account for Ferwafa Funds

[New Times] The president of Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) Vincent Nzamwita has been given a 48-hour ultimatum to call for a general meeting and explain how the federation’s finances are utilised.

[New Times] The president of Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) Vincent Nzamwita has been given a 48-hour ultimatum to call for a general meeting and explain how the federation's finances are utilised.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Returning Ball Fractures Obuya Academy Bowler’s Hand

[Nation] Obuya Academy’s off-spin bowler Protus Asirigwa fractured his right hand on Sunday during a Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association Super League match between his team and Ruaraka Sports Club.

[Nation] Obuya Academy's off-spin bowler Protus Asirigwa fractured his right hand on Sunday during a Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association Super League match between his team and Ruaraka Sports Club.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

State Clears Air On Bombardier

[Daily News] THE government has categorically stated that some opposition politicians in the country are behind the standoff that has caused delays in the commissioning of its passenger aircraft Bombardier Q400 by the Canadian manufacturer.

[Daily News] THE government has categorically stated that some opposition politicians in the country are behind the standoff that has caused delays in the commissioning of its passenger aircraft Bombardier Q400 by the Canadian manufacturer.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania