Boko Haram Attacks Slowing Down Our Operations – UNDP

[Premium Times] The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Friday expressed worry that attacks by Boko Haram have continued to slow down its operation in northeast Nigeria where it plans to spend $4 million this year.

[Premium Times] The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Friday expressed worry that attacks by Boko Haram have continued to slow down its operation in northeast Nigeria where it plans to spend $4 million this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Economist Aneth’s Murder Case for High Court

[Daily News] THE defence in the murder trial against two people, who are alleged to have killed an economist with the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Aneth Elisana Msuya, has decided to take the matter to the High Court for further determination.

[Daily News] THE defence in the murder trial against two people, who are alleged to have killed an economist with the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Aneth Elisana Msuya, has decided to take the matter to the High Court for further determination.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Distribution of Museveni’s Autobiography to Schools Causes Stir

[Monitor] All government aided secondary schools across Uganda will soon receive a donation of over 3,301 copies of President Yoweri Museveni’s book entitled ‘Sowing the Mustard Seed.’

[Monitor] All government aided secondary schools across Uganda will soon receive a donation of over 3,301 copies of President Yoweri Museveni's book entitled 'Sowing the Mustard Seed.'

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Vehicles Must Be Registered On Time’

[Daily News] OWNERS of motor vehicles who fail to register their vehicles after 90 days and fail to apply for an extension commit a capital offence and face a 50-dollar fine and not 300,000/-.

[Daily News] OWNERS of motor vehicles who fail to register their vehicles after 90 days and fail to apply for an extension commit a capital offence and face a 50-dollar fine and not 300,000/-.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Must Protect Musicians and Jail Pirates – Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] COMMUNICATION Technology and Courier Services parliament portfolio committee chairperson, Nelson Chamisa, says they are pushing government to impose a mandatory custodial sentence on people who pirate music.

[New Zimbabwe] COMMUNICATION Technology and Courier Services parliament portfolio committee chairperson, Nelson Chamisa, says they are pushing government to impose a mandatory custodial sentence on people who pirate music.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Athletes Simbine, Semenya Unstoppable in Doha

[News24Wire] Akani Simbine and Caster Semenya opened their international campaigns in fine style in Doha, Qatar on Friday, earning convincing victories at the first leg of the IAAF Diamond League series.

[News24Wire] Akani Simbine and Caster Semenya opened their international campaigns in fine style in Doha, Qatar on Friday, earning convincing victories at the first leg of the IAAF Diamond League series.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Cde Chinx’s House Didn’t Come Easy’

[The Herald] “During one of my sleepless nights that came as the project of building Cde Chinx’s house became complicated, I lay on my bed staring sombrely at the ceiling. My wife woke up and saw me in that solemn posture and asked: ‘Is it not possible…

[The Herald] "During one of my sleepless nights that came as the project of building Cde Chinx's house became complicated, I lay on my bed staring sombrely at the ceiling. My wife woke up and saw me in that solemn posture and asked: 'Is it not possible to handover the house in its current state?'

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe