Charma Gal Woos Tuku

[The Herald] Motswana sensation Magdeline Lesolebe, popularly known as Charma Gal, is in the country seeking a collaboration with Oliver Mtukudzi. Charma, who is popular for her Chika dances and Culture Spears group, visited Pakare Paye Arts Centre in Norton last week to meet the superstar. Sources said she recorded another duet with Jah Prayzah, which will become their second joint project after “Dali Wami”.

[The Herald] Motswana sensation Magdeline Lesolebe, popularly known as Charma Gal, is in the country seeking a collaboration with Oliver Mtukudzi. Charma, who is popular for her Chika dances and Culture Spears group, visited Pakare Paye Arts Centre in Norton last week to meet the superstar. Sources said she recorded another duet with Jah Prayzah, which will become their second joint project after "Dali Wami".

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

UN Chief in the Country, Appeals for U.S.$825 Million

[East African] United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrived in Somalia Tuesday morning on his first field visit since he took office in January in what he said was “a show of solidarity with Somalia people”.

[East African] United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrived in Somalia Tuesday morning on his first field visit since he took office in January in what he said was "a show of solidarity with Somalia people".

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Muhoro Personally Leads Investigation Into British Rancher’s Killing

[Capital FM] Nairobi — The Director of Criminal investigations Ndegwa Muhoro is in Laikipia to launch a probe into the weekend killing of British rancher Tristan Voorspuy by bandits.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -- The Director of Criminal investigations Ndegwa Muhoro is in Laikipia to launch a probe into the weekend killing of British rancher Tristan Voorspuy by bandits.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

We Are On Top of Laikipia Security Situation, Govt Says in Response to Rancher’s Death

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Three hundred and seventy nine (379) illegal grazers have so far been arrested in Laikipia as security forces intensify operation to net bandits in the county.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Three hundred and seventy nine (379) illegal grazers have so far been arrested in Laikipia as security forces intensify operation to net bandits in the county.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Somalia Says 110 Dead in Last 48 Hours Due to Drought

[East African] Some 110 people have died in southern Somalia in the last two days from famine and diarrhoea resulting from a drought, the prime minister said on Saturday, as the area braces itself for widespread shortages of food.

[East African] Some 110 people have died in southern Somalia in the last two days from famine and diarrhoea resulting from a drought, the prime minister said on Saturday, as the area braces itself for widespread shortages of food.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Doctors’ Strike – Was Intervention Sufficiently Divine?

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Appeals Court will on Tuesday receive a report by the clergy-led mediation team on the doctors’ strike which has paralysed operations in public hospitals countrywide.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Appeals Court will on Tuesday receive a report by the clergy-led mediation team on the doctors' strike which has paralysed operations in public hospitals countrywide.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Man Who Sat On Tor Tiv’s Throne Gets Quick Sentence – Jailed Four Years

[Premium Times] A 30-year-old man, Stephen Nyitse, who sat on the Tor Tiv’s throne shortly before the new king was installed on Saturday in Gboko, Benue State, has been jailed for four years.

[Premium Times] A 30-year-old man, Stephen Nyitse, who sat on the Tor Tiv's throne shortly before the new king was installed on Saturday in Gboko, Benue State, has been jailed for four years.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Eight Die in Zambia As Food Handout Turns Into Stampede

[Deutsche Welle] Some 35,000 people turned up to the event organized by a church group in Lusaka. Droughts across southern Africa have caused a sharp uptick in food prices in a nation where poverty is already rampant.

[Deutsche Welle] Some 35,000 people turned up to the event organized by a church group in Lusaka. Droughts across southern Africa have caused a sharp uptick in food prices in a nation where poverty is already rampant.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

As War Persists, Children Suffer

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of families are hiding in the swamps of northern South Sudan as tribal violence continues across the country. Children are especially victimized as schools and government centers close.

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of families are hiding in the swamps of northern South Sudan as tribal violence continues across the country. Children are especially victimized as schools and government centers close.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan