Opposition Attacks Museveni Over Reappointment of Police Boss

[Monitor] President Museveni is on the receiving end of vitriolic criticism from the opposition and human rights world over his nomination of Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura for a three year term in what critics now say is an affirmation of h…

[Monitor] President Museveni is on the receiving end of vitriolic criticism from the opposition and human rights world over his nomination of Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura for a three year term in what critics now say is an affirmation of his personal rule project and tougher times ahead for activists opposed to the three decade long regime.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Dar es Salaam Promised Improved Water Supply

[Daily News] Dodoma -Dar es Salaam and Coast Region residents have been asked to forward their applications to the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Company (DAWASCO) to be connected to a reliable water supply system.

[Daily News] Dodoma -Dar es Salaam and Coast Region residents have been asked to forward their applications to the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Company (DAWASCO) to be connected to a reliable water supply system.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘We Have Enough Medical Drugs’

[Daily News] Dodoma -The government has said there are enough medical drugs in the country following an increase in budgetary allocation to the Medical Stores Department (MSD).

[Daily News] Dodoma -The government has said there are enough medical drugs in the country following an increase in budgetary allocation to the Medical Stores Department (MSD).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Karagwe Evictions Cause Havoc

[Daily News] Dodoma -The Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has said it will intervene in the ongoing operation to evict residents living near the National Parks in Karagwe District, as plans to seek the lasting solution on the matter is still o…

[Daily News] Dodoma -The Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has said it will intervene in the ongoing operation to evict residents living near the National Parks in Karagwe District, as plans to seek the lasting solution on the matter is still ongoing.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Parastatal Boss Inquest – Fiancee Grills Maid, Gardener

[The Herald] The housemaid of the late Mr Leslie John Denn, who was the board chairman of CMED (Pvt) Ltd and managing director of Nemchen (Pvt) Ltd, yesterday said she was left with a lot of suspicion after discovering he had a bruised forehead and a b…

[The Herald] The housemaid of the late Mr Leslie John Denn, who was the board chairman of CMED (Pvt) Ltd and managing director of Nemchen (Pvt) Ltd, yesterday said she was left with a lot of suspicion after discovering he had a bruised forehead and a bloodshot eye.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Billions in Govt Funds Went Unaccounted for in 2016 – Report

[New Times] The Auditor General Obadiah Biraro this evening presented the 2015/16 annual report to a joint session of senators and deputies at the Parliamentary Buildings in Kimihurura.

[New Times] The Auditor General Obadiah Biraro this evening presented the 2015/16 annual report to a joint session of senators and deputies at the Parliamentary Buildings in Kimihurura.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Provincial Heroes Tigere, Zaranyika Buried

[The Herald] Two veterans of the liberation struggle were yesterday buried at Harare Provincial Heroes Acre at a ceremony officiated by Minister of State for Harare Provincial Affairs Miriam Chikukwa. The two liberation war heroes, Cdes Witness Tigere …

[The Herald] Two veterans of the liberation struggle were yesterday buried at Harare Provincial Heroes Acre at a ceremony officiated by Minister of State for Harare Provincial Affairs Miriam Chikukwa. The two liberation war heroes, Cdes Witness Tigere and Artwell Manuel Zaranyika, received a befitting send-off. Speaking at the burial, Minister Chikukwa hailed the two cadres for their resilience and the role they played during the liberation struggle.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenya Named Africa’s Second-Most Attractive Investment Spot

[Nation] Consultancy EY has named Kenya as 2017’s second-most attractive investment destination behind Morocco despite last year’s poor performance where foreign direct investments (FDIs) dropped by 57.9 per cent.

[Nation] Consultancy EY has named Kenya as 2017's second-most attractive investment destination behind Morocco despite last year's poor performance where foreign direct investments (FDIs) dropped by 57.9 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya