Museveni Statement On Murder of Susan Magara

[Observer] The 28-year-old Susan Magara was kidnapped three weeks ago. She had been working as a cashier with Bwendero Dairy Farm Hoima at its Kabakanjagala procurement office in Kampala. The farm belongs to her father, John Magara.

[Observer] The 28-year-old Susan Magara was kidnapped three weeks ago. She had been working as a cashier with Bwendero Dairy Farm Hoima at its Kabakanjagala procurement office in Kampala. The farm belongs to her father, John Magara.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Court Remands Four Miners for Deliberate Environmental Destruction Africa

[Daily News] Geita -GEITA Resident Magistrate’s Court on Monday remanded four workers of the Nyarugusu Mine Company Limited for unlawful use of a tailing storage facility contrary to Regulation 40 and 176 of the Mining Regulations 2010, and for disobey…

[Daily News] Geita -GEITA Resident Magistrate's Court on Monday remanded four workers of the Nyarugusu Mine Company Limited for unlawful use of a tailing storage facility contrary to Regulation 40 and 176 of the Mining Regulations 2010, and for disobeying a lawful order contrary to section 124 of the Penal Code.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Revealed – How Odinga Oath Plan Fell Apart

[Nation] Details have emerged on why three National Super Alliance (Nasa) principals failed to accompany Raila Odinga during his swearing-in as ‘the people’s president’ at Uhuru Park on January 30.

[Nation] Details have emerged on why three National Super Alliance (Nasa) principals failed to accompany Raila Odinga during his swearing-in as 'the people's president' at Uhuru Park on January 30.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Egypt’s Top Prosecutor Orders Authorities to Monitor Media for “Fake News”

[CPJ] New York -Egyptian authorities should immediately cease their intimidation campaign against independent news outlets, and let journalists report freely, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

[CPJ] New York -Egyptian authorities should immediately cease their intimidation campaign against independent news outlets, and let journalists report freely, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Magara Hacked to Death – Why Organised Crime Is On the Rise

[Monitor] The tragic end of a young woman, Susan Magara’s life and dumping of her body under the nose of the new expressway at Kajjansi township junction, has shocked Kampala. It probably joins the scores of cases already mismanaged, where a blame exer…

[Monitor] The tragic end of a young woman, Susan Magara's life and dumping of her body under the nose of the new expressway at Kajjansi township junction, has shocked Kampala. It probably joins the scores of cases already mismanaged, where a blame exercise will ensue, speeches made, burial and the wrong suspects arraigned in court.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kidnaps, Murders and Why Old Coffee Farmers Hid Money in Their Socks

[Monitor] How are we to make sense of the senseless murder of that young woman, Susan Magara? Or of the fact that her two fingers, cut off to point out the seriousness of the ransom demand, were not enough to appease her abductors?

[Monitor] How are we to make sense of the senseless murder of that young woman, Susan Magara? Or of the fact that her two fingers, cut off to point out the seriousness of the ransom demand, were not enough to appease her abductors?

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Company Distances Itself From ‘Goblin’ in Bus

[The Herald] A self-styled prophet who allegedly removed a “goblin” and a live tortoise from the boot of CAG bus claiming the said items were going to cause a fatal accident, yesterday told the court that the creatures belonged to the owner of the bus.

[The Herald] A self-styled prophet who allegedly removed a "goblin" and a live tortoise from the boot of CAG bus claiming the said items were going to cause a fatal accident, yesterday told the court that the creatures belonged to the owner of the bus.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe