Fair Competition Commission Confiscates Goods Worth Sh19 Billion in One Year

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Fair Competition Commission (FCC) confiscated fake and sub-standard goods worth a total of Sh18.67 billion during the entire 2016 calendar year, the Parliament has heard.

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Fair Competition Commission (FCC) confiscated fake and sub-standard goods worth a total of Sh18.67 billion during the entire 2016 calendar year, the Parliament has heard.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Reluctant to Sign UN Torture Convention

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe government, which has in the past drawn criticism for its high human rights violations, has been accused of being out of step because of its lack of enthusiasm in signing the United Nations’ Convention Against Torture (CAT).

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe government, which has in the past drawn criticism for its high human rights violations, has been accused of being out of step because of its lack of enthusiasm in signing the United Nations' Convention Against Torture (CAT).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘90% Roads in Bad State’

[The Herald] Over 90 percent of the country’s close to 100 000km of road network are in bad state with an estimated $5,5 billion required for maintenance and rehabilitation, a Road Conditions and Inventory Report has revealed.

[The Herald] Over 90 percent of the country's close to 100 000km of road network are in bad state with an estimated $5,5 billion required for maintenance and rehabilitation, a Road Conditions and Inventory Report has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

There Is Nothing to Learn From Morocco On Regional Integration

[Citizen] I would like to respond to the opinion piece penned by your columnist, Mr Deus Kibamba, in the June 28, 2017 edition of The Citizen under the headline “Morocco offers lessons for regional integration in Africa”, which dwelt on the conflict be…

[Citizen] I would like to respond to the opinion piece penned by your columnist, Mr Deus Kibamba, in the June 28, 2017 edition of The Citizen under the headline "Morocco offers lessons for regional integration in Africa", which dwelt on the conflict between the Saharawi Republic and the Kingdom of Morocco and the north African region (Maghreb).

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Man Arrested Over Wife’s Murder

[Monitor] Bududa -Residents of Bududa town council in Bududa District were on Thursday left in shock and grief after a 42-year-old man allegedly killed his wife with whom they had five children.

[Monitor] Bududa -Residents of Bududa town council in Bududa District were on Thursday left in shock and grief after a 42-year-old man allegedly killed his wife with whom they had five children.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Baryamureeba Protests Nawangwe’s Election As Makerere Vice Chancellor

[Monitor] Former presidential candidate Prof Venansius Baryamureeba has protested the election of Professor Barnabas Nawangwe as the new vice chancellor of Makerere University.

[Monitor] Former presidential candidate Prof Venansius Baryamureeba has protested the election of Professor Barnabas Nawangwe as the new vice chancellor of Makerere University.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ticks Defy Spray Drugs, Cost Farmers Millions

[Monitor] Herders in the cattle corridor to the west of Uganda have suffered losses following the outbreak of drug-resistant blue and red ticks that have ravaged their herds. Many animals have been reported dead as a result.

[Monitor] Herders in the cattle corridor to the west of Uganda have suffered losses following the outbreak of drug-resistant blue and red ticks that have ravaged their herds. Many animals have been reported dead as a result.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda