CNLG to Undertake Study on Trauma Among Genocide Survivors

[New Times] The National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) is set to conduct a study to deeply examine the current extent of trauma among Genocide survivors 23 years after the Genocide against the Tutsi.

[New Times] The National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) is set to conduct a study to deeply examine the current extent of trauma among Genocide survivors 23 years after the Genocide against the Tutsi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mzee Will Empty the Treasury

[Observer] Seven-month-old Esther Margaret Kakasa from Kayunga is so far, I think, the youngest victim of a state crackdown on Ugandans opposed to the removal of the presidential age limit from our Constitution.

[Observer] Seven-month-old Esther Margaret Kakasa from Kayunga is so far, I think, the youngest victim of a state crackdown on Ugandans opposed to the removal of the presidential age limit from our Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Who Is Frank Mwesigwa, the Cop Policing Age-Limit Rallies?

[Observer] In this interview, Commissioner of Police FRANK MWESIGWA reflects on his one and half years on the job of Kampala Metropolitan Police commander. He talks about his effort to popularise community policing and the pressures of work.

[Observer] In this interview, Commissioner of Police FRANK MWESIGWA reflects on his one and half years on the job of Kampala Metropolitan Police commander. He talks about his effort to popularise community policing and the pressures of work.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Wife Plunges Scissors Into Husband’s Neck, Charged With Murder

[New Zimbabwe] A Zvishavane woman who last Wednesday fatally stabbed her husband with a pair of scissors in a domestic row on Tuesday appeared before a magistrate charged with murder.

[New Zimbabwe] A Zvishavane woman who last Wednesday fatally stabbed her husband with a pair of scissors in a domestic row on Tuesday appeared before a magistrate charged with murder.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Is Court Martial Trial of Police Officers Lawful?

[Observer] The arrest of senior police officers last week by the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence, CMI, and their arraignment before the General Court Martial has raised procedural questions, which might expose the entire trial process to legal cha…

[Observer] The arrest of senior police officers last week by the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence, CMI, and their arraignment before the General Court Martial has raised procedural questions, which might expose the entire trial process to legal challenge, sources have suggested.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Potable Water Changes Life Stories in Rural Nigeria

[Premium Times] You could feel the excitement in the air, see the smiles on their faces and hear their laughter as the children of Ikot Nkpenne filled their buckets with clean water from the tap.

[Premium Times] You could feel the excitement in the air, see the smiles on their faces and hear their laughter as the children of Ikot Nkpenne filled their buckets with clean water from the tap.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Age Limit Probe Team Afraid of Upcountry Hearings

[Observer] The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee may be forced to take extra security when they travel upcountry for hearings on the Constitution Amendment No 2 Bill 2017.

[Observer] The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee may be forced to take extra security when they travel upcountry for hearings on the Constitution Amendment No 2 Bill 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda