Combat Weapons Worry Ngorongoro Officials

[Citizen] Loliondo -Government officials in Ngorongoro district, Arusha region are worried by the increasing number of combat weapons recently seized near the border with Kenya.

[Citizen] Loliondo -Government officials in Ngorongoro district, Arusha region are worried by the increasing number of combat weapons recently seized near the border with Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

7 Make Schools’ List for 2017 Soya Awards

[Nation] Eleven school boys and girls have been nominated for the “Most Outstanding Player of the Year” award ahead of the 2017 edition of the Safaricom Sports Personality of the Year Award (Soya) Gala to be held on January 17.

[Nation] Eleven school boys and girls have been nominated for the "Most Outstanding Player of the Year" award ahead of the 2017 edition of the Safaricom Sports Personality of the Year Award (Soya) Gala to be held on January 17.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Activists Mark Human Rights Defenders Day

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Robert Kirenga, the Executive Director National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders Uganda spoke to the Independent’s Flavia Nassaka about his perspective on the international human rights defenders day and general huma…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Robert Kirenga, the Executive Director National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders Uganda spoke to the Independent's Flavia Nassaka about his perspective on the international human rights defenders day and general human rights situation in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nock Seek Changes in Nike Kitting for Australia Games

[Nation] The National Olympic Committee of Kenya has moved to curb theft of championship kit by asking their sportswear sponsors Nike to produce different sets of uniforms for players and officials.

[Nation] The National Olympic Committee of Kenya has moved to curb theft of championship kit by asking their sportswear sponsors Nike to produce different sets of uniforms for players and officials.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Makebi Zulu Defends Former Ministers Over Refund

Eastern Province minister Makebi Zulu squeezed in a defence of ministers that stayed in office illegally after parliament was dissolved by President Edgar Lungu. Zulu who is a lawyer by profession sprung to the defence of his colleagues in parliament … Continued

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Eastern Province minister Makebi Zulu squeezed in a defence of ministers that stayed in office illegally after parliament was dissolved by President Edgar Lungu. Zulu who is a lawyer by profession sprung to the defence of his colleagues in parliament by saying that the ruling by the Constitutional Court to order former ministers to pay back the money they earned during that period was not credible. He was contributing to the debate over the ratification of Justice Martin Musaluke as Constitutional Court judge. Zulu drew the wrath of deputy speaker Catherine Namugala who asked him to halt the debate on the Constitutional Court. “Having listened to the calls by our colleagues in relation to the former ministers and relating to the fact that the President did go against the Constitution, I would like to argue that the President did not breach the Constitution at all because he based his understanding on the fact that the Constitution itself provides that Ministers will vacate the office upon assumption of office by another President,†he said. “That is where the President based his argument and the President did look at the interpretation Act when he made that decision.†The former ministers have been caught off guard by the ruling that they pay back the money they owe for the period they were in office after parliament was dissolved. The post Makebi Zulu Defends Former Ministers Over Refund appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Once Declining Fish Stocks in Lake Victoria Bounce Back

[Independent (Kampala)] Fish lovers can now enjoy the succulent white flesh of Nile Perch or Tilapia from Lake Victoria as the stocks recovers since the Uganda People’s Defence Forces under the Fisheries Protection Unit began policing the water ten mon…

[Independent (Kampala)] Fish lovers can now enjoy the succulent white flesh of Nile Perch or Tilapia from Lake Victoria as the stocks recovers since the Uganda People's Defence Forces under the Fisheries Protection Unit began policing the water ten months ago to control illegal fishing.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda