Kenyans Hope to Stop Strong Egyptian Rivals

[Nation] Kenya’s representatives Sejal Thakkar and Brian Mutua are ready to take on Africa’s big wigs when the ITTF Continental Cup serves off on Thursday at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.

[Nation] Kenya's representatives Sejal Thakkar and Brian Mutua are ready to take on Africa's big wigs when the ITTF Continental Cup serves off on Thursday at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Shein Reshuffles Cabinet, Health Under New Boss

[Daily News] Zanzibar -AS he prepares to celebrate his two years of his second term in office after winning the 2015/2016 general elections, President Ali Mohamed Shein yesterday carried out a reshuffle, characterised by ministers swapping ministries a…

[Daily News] Zanzibar -AS he prepares to celebrate his two years of his second term in office after winning the 2015/2016 general elections, President Ali Mohamed Shein yesterday carried out a reshuffle, characterised by ministers swapping ministries and renaming some ministries.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Entries for Lewa Marathon Set to Open

[Nation] Online registration for the 19th Safaricom Lewa Marathon — that will be held on June 30 — opens from 8am today with the organisers limiting entries to 1,400 people.

[Nation] Online registration for the 19th Safaricom Lewa Marathon — that will be held on June 30 — opens from 8am today with the organisers limiting entries to 1,400 people.

Troops Arrest Six Herders Setting Adamawa Settlement Ablaze

[Guardian] Troops of 101 Special Forces Battalion on Exercise Ayem Akpatuma (Cat Race) say it had arrested six suspected herdsmen and killed 10 others who resisted arrest at Gwamba village in Demsa council area of Adamawa State while setting the settle…

[Guardian] Troops of 101 Special Forces Battalion on Exercise Ayem Akpatuma (Cat Race) say it had arrested six suspected herdsmen and killed 10 others who resisted arrest at Gwamba village in Demsa council area of Adamawa State while setting the settlement ablaze.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Finds Ex-Youth Fund Boss Guilty of Abuse of Office

[Nation] A court has ordered former Youth Enterprise Development Fund Chief Executive Officer Juma Mwatata Mwangala to pay a fine of Sh1 million or spend six months in jail after finding him guilty of abusing his office.

[Nation] A court has ordered former Youth Enterprise Development Fund Chief Executive Officer Juma Mwatata Mwangala to pay a fine of Sh1 million or spend six months in jail after finding him guilty of abusing his office.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Lassa Fever Death Toll Hits 90 With 1,081 Suspected Cases in 18 States

[Guardian] The death toll of the current Lassa fever outbreak in the country has risen from 73 to 90 persons and 913 to 1,081 suspected cases across 18 states.To address the situation, the British Government has deployed a rapid response team to Nigeri…

[Guardian] The death toll of the current Lassa fever outbreak in the country has risen from 73 to 90 persons and 913 to 1,081 suspected cases across 18 states.To address the situation, the British Government has deployed a rapid response team to Nigeria as scientists work round-the-clock to contain the fever.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Regional Commissioner Reconciles Dodoma Council, Residents Over Land

[Daily News] Dodoma -DODOMA Regional Commissioner Binilith Mahenge (pictured) has resolved a long standing land dispute between Dodoma Municipal Council and Ndachi residents in the municipality here.

[Daily News] Dodoma -DODOMA Regional Commissioner Binilith Mahenge (pictured) has resolved a long standing land dispute between Dodoma Municipal Council and Ndachi residents in the municipality here.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Post-Poll Chaos Shooting Victims Seek Justice 10 Years Later

[Nation] The quest for justice for victims of the 2007/2008 post-election violence has resumed in Kisumu, a decade after the skirmishes in which police were accused of shooting civilians.

[Nation] The quest for justice for victims of the 2007/2008 post-election violence has resumed in Kisumu, a decade after the skirmishes in which police were accused of shooting civilians.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya