Ruling Party’s Ntaba Accused of Soliciting Money From Parastatals

[Nyasa Times] Governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice-president for Centre Hetherwick Ntaba was on the forefront soliciting money from some parastatals and city councils during the party’s fundraising dinner on July 29 2017, Nyasa Times sourc…

[Nyasa Times] Governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice-president for Centre Hetherwick Ntaba was on the forefront soliciting money from some parastatals and city councils during the party's fundraising dinner on July 29 2017, Nyasa Times sources have disclosed.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Air Force Disowns Violent Pair

[The Herald] Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) has disowned two men, who were recently involved in a fatal brawl over beer in Kwekwe, saying the parties involved had nothing to do with the military organisation.

[The Herald] Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) has disowned two men, who were recently involved in a fatal brawl over beer in Kwekwe, saying the parties involved had nothing to do with the military organisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tourism and Security Conference Postponed

[The Herald] The inaugural Tourism and Security Conference, which was scheduled to be held tomorrow has been postponed to a date to be announced, The Office of the President and Cabinet advised yesterday.

[The Herald] The inaugural Tourism and Security Conference, which was scheduled to be held tomorrow has been postponed to a date to be announced, The Office of the President and Cabinet advised yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rushinga Hails First Lady

[The Herald] The Rushinga community has hailed the First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe as a great philanthropist with a passion for the upliftment of the poor.

[The Herald] The Rushinga community has hailed the First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe as a great philanthropist with a passion for the upliftment of the poor.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Banking Sector Will Remain Stable in Future – Bagyenda

[Monitor] In an interview with Daily Monitor, Ms Justine Bagyenda, the executive director supervision Bank of Uganda, explains to Martin Luther Oketch the stability of Uganda’s banking sector and the new developments expected in the sector going forward.

[Monitor] In an interview with Daily Monitor, Ms Justine Bagyenda, the executive director supervision Bank of Uganda, explains to Martin Luther Oketch the stability of Uganda's banking sector and the new developments expected in the sector going forward.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cholera Appears in North and West Darfur, Again in Khartoum

[Radio Dabanga] Jebel Marra / El Sareif Beni Hussein / Foro Baranga / Khartoum / Zalingei / Nyala / Sennar -Cases of cholera re-emerged in southern Khartoum state. The disease emerged in El Sareif Beni Hussein and Foro Baranga localities in Darfur for …

[Radio Dabanga] Jebel Marra / El Sareif Beni Hussein / Foro Baranga / Khartoum / Zalingei / Nyala / Sennar -Cases of cholera re-emerged in southern Khartoum state. The disease emerged in El Sareif Beni Hussein and Foro Baranga localities in Darfur for the first time. And in East Jebel Marra, the Health Ministry deployed a medical team to an area where infections have rapidly spread in the past months.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Red Sea State Buries Body of Killed Boy

[Radio Dabanga] Sinkat -In Red Sea state, the body of nine-year-old Badri Taher was buried in the presence of a crowd of residents of Sinkat state last Wednesday. The family agreed to bury his remains after the boy’s DNA matched with his mother’s.

[Radio Dabanga] Sinkat -In Red Sea state, the body of nine-year-old Badri Taher was buried in the presence of a crowd of residents of Sinkat state last Wednesday. The family agreed to bury his remains after the boy's DNA matched with his mother's.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Govt to Bring Cybercrime Prosecutor Into Existence

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The presidency of the republic has instructed to bring prosecutors specialised in human trafficking crimes, especially in the border states, and cybercrime into existence.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The presidency of the republic has instructed to bring prosecutors specialised in human trafficking crimes, especially in the border states, and cybercrime into existence.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan