Inspector General Shuffles Three Police Chiefs

[Monitor] Kampala -The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Gen Kale Kayihura, has appointed Dr Fred Yiga, who returned from a 10-year United Nation mission in South Sudan, as the chief political commissar of Uganda Police Force.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Gen Kale Kayihura, has appointed Dr Fred Yiga, who returned from a 10-year United Nation mission in South Sudan, as the chief political commissar of Uganda Police Force.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

570 Girls in Get HIV Weekly

[Monitor] Kampala -A latest report by the United Nations shows that 570 young girls in Uganda aged between 15-24 years, get infected with HIV.

[Monitor] Kampala -A latest report by the United Nations shows that 570 young girls in Uganda aged between 15-24 years, get infected with HIV.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

LRA Victims Seek Healing From Trauma

[Monitor] Lira -People in the northern region who suffered torture during the two-decade Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) war have asked government to design programmes that can help heal their wounds and trauma.

[Monitor] Lira -People in the northern region who suffered torture during the two-decade Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) war have asked government to design programmes that can help heal their wounds and trauma.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Rukungiri Police CIID Boss Held

[Monitor] Rukungiri -The Rukungiri District CIID officer, Mr Michael Ogwal, has been arrested by the police Professional Standards Unit over mismanagement of a case that involved killing of an unidentified man.

[Monitor] Rukungiri -The Rukungiri District CIID officer, Mr Michael Ogwal, has been arrested by the police Professional Standards Unit over mismanagement of a case that involved killing of an unidentified man.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tanzanian Firm to Invest U.S $30 Million in Zimbabwean Flour Mill

[Daily News] Tanzanian multimillionaire Said Salim Bakhresa is set to spend $30 million in acquiring a controlling stake in Blue Ribbon Industries (BRI), a flour milling company in Zimbabwe.

[Daily News] Tanzanian multimillionaire Said Salim Bakhresa is set to spend $30 million in acquiring a controlling stake in Blue Ribbon Industries (BRI), a flour milling company in Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man Cons MPs Over Cabinet Jobs

[Monitor] Kampala -The quest for ministerial posts can only be explained by Franklyn Babibasa’s cunning act to extort millions of shillings from MPs promising to help them to secure ministerial posts.

[Monitor] Kampala -The quest for ministerial posts can only be explained by Franklyn Babibasa's cunning act to extort millions of shillings from MPs promising to help them to secure ministerial posts.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Yanga Will Bounce Back Despite TP Mazembe Defeat – Coach

[Daily News] Young Africans believe there is still a hope and a chance for them to excel in the ongoing CAF Confederation Cup group stage, despite their two consecutive losses in their group A matches.

[Daily News] Young Africans believe there is still a hope and a chance for them to excel in the ongoing CAF Confederation Cup group stage, despite their two consecutive losses in their group A matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Party Control Kills Independence – MPs

[Monitor] As work in the 10th Parliament starts shaping up, MPs have raised issues with the practice of political parties designating committee leaders and commissioners, saying it is undemocratic as it infringes on the members’ rights to choose their …

[Monitor] As work in the 10th Parliament starts shaping up, MPs have raised issues with the practice of political parties designating committee leaders and commissioners, saying it is undemocratic as it infringes on the members' rights to choose their leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Corruption Rising in Nigeria Despite Govt’s Fight – Report

[Daily Trust] A workshop to follow up on commitments Nigeria made at the Anti-Corruption Summit in London this May to fight corruption is likely to be overshadowed by corruption trends across Africa.

[Daily Trust] A workshop to follow up on commitments Nigeria made at the Anti-Corruption Summit in London this May to fight corruption is likely to be overshadowed by corruption trends across Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria