Museveni Splashes Millions on Kenya-Beaters

[Nairobi News] Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will pay a monthly salary of up to Ush5 million to each athlete who bagged the country medals in the just concluded Commonwealth games.

[Nairobi News] Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will pay a monthly salary of up to Ush5 million to each athlete who bagged the country medals in the just concluded Commonwealth games.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Bill On Act of National Council for Health and Medical Professions Tabled Before Parliament

[SNA] Khartoum -The Cabinet Affairs Minister, Ahmed Saad Omer, Monday tabled before the National Assembly the bill on the Act of the National Council for Medical and Health Professions for the year 2018.

[SNA] Khartoum -The Cabinet Affairs Minister, Ahmed Saad Omer, Monday tabled before the National Assembly the bill on the Act of the National Council for Medical and Health Professions for the year 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Why Freeze On USE Funding Has Kept Hundreds From School

[Monitor] Busoga -The number of students joining Senior One in schools across Busoga Sub-region has gradually dropped following the phasing out of Universal Secondary Education (USE) in private schools early this year, a Daily Monitor mini-survey has r…

[Monitor] Busoga -The number of students joining Senior One in schools across Busoga Sub-region has gradually dropped following the phasing out of Universal Secondary Education (USE) in private schools early this year, a Daily Monitor mini-survey has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Soccer – Kaizer Chiefs Appoint Malawian Coach Mabedi for Remainder of the Season

[Nyasa Times] Kaizer Chiefs of South African Premier League have appointed Malawian football legend Patrick Mabedi as interim coach to replace Steve Komphela for the remainder of the 2017/2018 season’ the club announced on Monday.

[Nyasa Times] Kaizer Chiefs of South African Premier League have appointed Malawian football legend Patrick Mabedi as interim coach to replace Steve Komphela for the remainder of the 2017/2018 season' the club announced on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Abim Locals Accuse Police of Raping Suspects in Cells

[Monitor] Abim -Residents of Abim District have asked the police authorities to arrest officers they say are raping and defiling female suspects in cells. The residents, who spoke to Daily Monitor last weekend, said they will stage protests should the …

[Monitor] Abim -Residents of Abim District have asked the police authorities to arrest officers they say are raping and defiling female suspects in cells. The residents, who spoke to Daily Monitor last weekend, said they will stage protests should the police fail to take action against the errant officers.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mutharika Assures Malawians in UK to Sort Out Dual Citizenship

[Nyasa Times] President Prof. Peter Mutharika on Sunday assured Malawians living in United Kingdom (UK) that his government would soon sort out the issue of visa and dual citizenship for Malawians living in diaspora.

[Nyasa Times] President Prof. Peter Mutharika on Sunday assured Malawians living in United Kingdom (UK) that his government would soon sort out the issue of visa and dual citizenship for Malawians living in diaspora.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Nchanga Open Pit Blast Damages 26 Houses In Chingola

Chingola’s Buntungwa ward Councillor Solo Mumba says over 26 houses in his have been damaged after a blast at the Konkola Copper Mines Nchanga Open Pit mine. Mumba, who has in the recent past been critical of blasts at Konkola … Continued

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Chingola’s Buntungwa ward Councillor Solo Mumba says over 26 houses in his have been damaged after a blast at the Konkola Copper Mines Nchanga Open Pit mine. Mumba, who has in the recent past been critical of blasts at Konkola Copper Mines Nchanga Open Pit, said the activities have led to many cracked houses in Njanji area. He said most residents have had their houses damaged with windows broken living the community in fear of their lives. Mumba explained that flying stones crushed onto roofs of six houses resulting in destruction of the roofing sheets and some household properties on which the stones landed. He said due to vibrations, 20 houses also had their windows shuttered. Mumba has accused the mine of abusing the residents in its operations by abrogating the mine regulations. “As I tell you there was a blast and over 26 houses have been destroyed here. This is very sad and unfortunate because I have been talking about this for a long time and no one seems to be helping,” Mumba said. When contacted for a comment, KCM Cooperate Affairs Manager Eugine Chungu said only seven houses had their roofs damaged contrary to the 26 as revealed by the area councilor. He said the company is still assessing the extent of the damage and once completed repair works will be undertaken on the damaged houses. “Well it is not true that the houses are 26 we only know of the 7 and as I speak to you now, we are still assessing the extent of damage and once completed repair works will be undertaken,” Chungu said. The post Nchanga Open Pit Blast Damages 26 Houses In Chingola appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Kamuli Farmers Worried As OWC Cows Fail to Conceive

[Monitor] Kamuli -Farmers in Mbulamuti Sub-county, Kamuli District, say the Friesian cows distributed under government’s Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) programme have failed to conceive through artificial insemination, a technique devised for the gene…

[Monitor] Kamuli -Farmers in Mbulamuti Sub-county, Kamuli District, say the Friesian cows distributed under government's Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) programme have failed to conceive through artificial insemination, a technique devised for the genetic improvement of farm animals.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda