Blacksmith Held Over Vandalising Road Signs

[Observer] Mohammad Monday, a blacksmith at Esso corner in Kabale municipality is in trouble for vandalising road signs. He was picked up on Tuesday afternoon from his workstation.

[Observer] Mohammad Monday, a blacksmith at Esso corner in Kabale municipality is in trouble for vandalising road signs. He was picked up on Tuesday afternoon from his workstation.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Buhari On Life Support – Says Governor Fayose

[Guardian] Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose yesterday disclosed that the health situation of President Muhammadu Buhari has worsened, and that he has been on life support since June 6 at a West-End, London hospital.

[Guardian] Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose yesterday disclosed that the health situation of President Muhammadu Buhari has worsened, and that he has been on life support since June 6 at a West-End, London hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kampalans Eat 3,000 Kilos of Pork At Festival

[Observer] The first-ever pork festival in Kampala took place at Namboole and by 10am on Saturday, the meat’s lovers were trickling in, also eager to stand a chance of walking away with 25 kilograms of pork in a raffle draw.

[Observer] The first-ever pork festival in Kampala took place at Namboole and by 10am on Saturday, the meat's lovers were trickling in, also eager to stand a chance of walking away with 25 kilograms of pork in a raffle draw.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigeria’s Ranking On Air Pollution, Green Energy Stirs Controversy

[Guardian] The impact of Nigerians and their activities on the environment became a subject of controversy yesterday as a global study ranked the country high. A new study from MoneySuperMarket on how people impact their environment, from different cou…

[Guardian] The impact of Nigerians and their activities on the environment became a subject of controversy yesterday as a global study ranked the country high. A new study from MoneySuperMarket on how people impact their environment, from different countries around the world highlights individual contribution to the world's climate as well as areas for improvement for each country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Municipality to Have Over 1000 Members in Polling Stations

[ANGOP] Chibia -At least 1040 citizens will be selected as from July to work in the polling stations of Chibia municipality, southern Huíla province, during the next general election, set for August 23, this year.

[ANGOP] Chibia -At least 1040 citizens will be selected as from July to work in the polling stations of Chibia municipality, southern Huíla province, during the next general election, set for August 23, this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Besigye’s Tormentor Turns to God

[Observer] Many of you remember Gilbert Bwana Arinaitwe, the police operative who infamously broke into Dr Kizza Besigye’s car at Mulago in April 2011 and violently arrested him.

[Observer] Many of you remember Gilbert Bwana Arinaitwe, the police operative who infamously broke into Dr Kizza Besigye's car at Mulago in April 2011 and violently arrested him.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Masvingo Braces for Mugabe Rally

[The Herald] Preparations for the third leg of the nationwide Presidential Youth Interface Rallies were completed here yesterday, with zanu-pf national secretary for Youth Affairs Cde Kudzanai Chipanga saying everything was in place for what the Masvin…

[The Herald] Preparations for the third leg of the nationwide Presidential Youth Interface Rallies were completed here yesterday, with zanu-pf national secretary for Youth Affairs Cde Kudzanai Chipanga saying everything was in place for what the Masvingo chapter has dubbed the "mother of all rallies". The rally, to be addressed by President Mugabe, will be held at the Mucheke Stadium open arena under the theme: "Honouring Our Icon . . . Unlocking the Value in Youths."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Command Agriculture Boon for Rural Economies

[The Herald] The successful launch of Command Agriculture and Presidential Input Support Schemes might be a panacea to the revival of the fading concept of Growth Points in Zimbabwe.

[The Herald] The successful launch of Command Agriculture and Presidential Input Support Schemes might be a panacea to the revival of the fading concept of Growth Points in Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe