Kaweesi Murder – Police Maintains Custody 15 Minors

[Observer] Police has maintained custody of 15 minors, believed to be offspring’s to Abdul Rashid Mbazira and Higenyi Ramathan, some of the suspects in the murder of police spokesman Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

[Observer] Police has maintained custody of 15 minors, believed to be offspring's to Abdul Rashid Mbazira and Higenyi Ramathan, some of the suspects in the murder of police spokesman Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Many Chibok Girls Radicalised, Married Off – Source

[Vanguard] The Chibok community in Abuja has confirmed the identities of 73 of the 82 recently-released school girls, saying they were among the over 200 girls abducted by the Boko Haram terrorist group in April 2014.

[Vanguard] The Chibok community in Abuja has confirmed the identities of 73 of the 82 recently-released school girls, saying they were among the over 200 girls abducted by the Boko Haram terrorist group in April 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Makerere’s College of Health Science to Take Over University Hospital

[Observer] Officials at Makerere have finalised plans for the college of Health Sciences (CHS) to take over the full management of the University hospital effective July 1.

[Observer] Officials at Makerere have finalised plans for the college of Health Sciences (CHS) to take over the full management of the University hospital effective July 1.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Zuma Wouldn’t Survive If the ANC Took Moral High Road, Says Phosa

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma is only surviving this long because leaders within the ANC have opted to take collective responsibility for his actions instead of taking the moral high road, former treasurer Mathews Phosa says.

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma is only surviving this long because leaders within the ANC have opted to take collective responsibility for his actions instead of taking the moral high road, former treasurer Mathews Phosa says.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Who Will Be the Next WHO Chief Executive?

[Monitor] Over the past several months, many colleagues in global health have asked who I think should be the next Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO). I’ve also been subtly encouraged to campaign on behalf of one candidate or anoth…

[Monitor] Over the past several months, many colleagues in global health have asked who I think should be the next Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO). I've also been subtly encouraged to campaign on behalf of one candidate or another. So far, I have more or less remained neutral, not only because of some conflicting loyalties (see below), but also because I hadn't yet had a chance to analyse the candidates' manifestos and appraise these impartially to make an informed choice. Now that I have fin

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Halotel Boss in Court Over Forgery, Occasioning 459 Million/ – TCRA Loss

[Daily News] The Managing Director of Viettel Tanzania Limited, Do Manh Hong (44), has (today) been charged with several counts relating to forgery and fraudulent use of communication network and occasioning loss of 459m/- to the Tanzania Communication…

[Daily News] The Managing Director of Viettel Tanzania Limited, Do Manh Hong (44), has (today) been charged with several counts relating to forgery and fraudulent use of communication network and occasioning loss of 459m/- to the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) and the government.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

TASAF Beneficiaries Thankful to Government

[Daily News] Mlanda Village situated in Magulilwa Ward in Iringa is one of the three villages in the region where the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF) Productive social safety net programme (PSSN) is being implemented.

[Daily News] Mlanda Village situated in Magulilwa Ward in Iringa is one of the three villages in the region where the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF) Productive social safety net programme (PSSN) is being implemented.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania