Wolfram Vetter – ‘For the EU, Dialogue in Arusha Is the Only Option.’

[Iwacu] The EU Ambassador to Burundi expresses himself very openly about current issues such as Political Dialogue, Cooperation and Human Rights in the country. The Interview.

[Iwacu] The EU Ambassador to Burundi expresses himself very openly about current issues such as Political Dialogue, Cooperation and Human Rights in the country. The Interview.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Bank of Uganda Cuts Key Policy Rate to 11%

[East African] Uganda’s central bank cut its key policy rate by 0.5 per cent to 11 per cent Wednesday. The decision is linked to concerns about depressed economic activity, signs of rebound posted by credit flows and a fairly stable inflation outlook.

[East African] Uganda's central bank cut its key policy rate by 0.5 per cent to 11 per cent Wednesday. The decision is linked to concerns about depressed economic activity, signs of rebound posted by credit flows and a fairly stable inflation outlook.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kaberamaido’s 52-Year-Old Grass-Thatched Church to Be Replaced

[Observer] To an outsider used to the ‘mega churches’ associated with the Pentecostal movement in Kampala and the world over, Omodoi Pentecostal Assemblies of God (PAG) will take your breath away.

[Observer] To an outsider used to the 'mega churches' associated with the Pentecostal movement in Kampala and the world over, Omodoi Pentecostal Assemblies of God (PAG) will take your breath away.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Politics Has Taught Lillian Nakate Calmness

[Observer] Quick Talk recently had a chat with the Woman MP for Luweero district, ENG LILLIAN NAKATEwho doubles as the vice chairperson of Parliament’s Physical Infrastructure committee. The 38-year-old politician is also a member of the science and te…

[Observer] Quick Talk recently had a chat with the Woman MP for Luweero district, ENG LILLIAN NAKATEwho doubles as the vice chairperson of Parliament's Physical Infrastructure committee. The 38-year-old politician is also a member of the science and technology committee, and is part of the team investigating in utl.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

State of The Nation Address

[Government of Namibia] Windhoek -Honourable Professor Katjavivi, Speaker of the National Assembly and Mrs Katjavivi,Honourable Mensah-Williams, Chairperson of the National Council and Mr. Williams,Right Honourable Kuugongelwa-Amadhila Prime Minister a…

[Government of Namibia] Windhoek -Honourable Professor Katjavivi, Speaker of the National Assembly and Mrs Katjavivi,Honourable Mensah-Williams, Chairperson of the National Council and Mr. Williams,Right Honourable Kuugongelwa-Amadhila Prime Minister and Leader of Government Business in Parliament;Honourable Venaani, Leader of the Official Opposition;Honourable Mbumba, Secretary General of the Governing Party and Member of Parliament;Honourable Members of Parliament; Special Guests:Comrade Iyambo, Vice President of the Republic of Namibia,

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Community Wants Govt to Expropriate Land for School

[GroundUp] Western Cape MEC for Education Debbie Schafer should be ordered to consider expropriating the land on which Grootkraal Primary School is situated, said a number of parties in the Western Cape High Court eviction case on Wednesday.

[GroundUp] Western Cape MEC for Education Debbie Schafer should be ordered to consider expropriating the land on which Grootkraal Primary School is situated, said a number of parties in the Western Cape High Court eviction case on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Minimum Wage Serious Business, Not for Scoring Political Points – FKE

[Capital FM] Nairobi -As President Uhuru Kenyatta made known on Wednesday that the, “cares,” for workers and would “press,” the private sector to award them a pay rise during the May 1 labour fete – much to the delight of the Central Organisation of Tr…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -As President Uhuru Kenyatta made known on Wednesday that the, "cares," for workers and would "press," the private sector to award them a pay rise during the May 1 labour fete - much to the delight of the Central Organisation of Trade Unions - the Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) has made clear that it will not be succumbing to political pressure from a government seeking to win favour with the masses ahead of the August General Election.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya