History, to Oscar Wilde, Is ‘Merely Gossip.’ and Here Is a Little Gossip …

[Addis Fortune] History, to Oscar Wilde, is “merely gossip.” And here is a little gossip about the historical roots of the recent high-level meeting by the TPLFites, whose original aspiration was to establish a socialist order before they abandoned it …

[Addis Fortune] History, to Oscar Wilde, is "merely gossip." And here is a little gossip about the historical roots of the recent high-level meeting by the TPLFites, whose original aspiration was to establish a socialist order before they abandoned it in 1991. Their founders, no more than 11, took up arms to topple up a military junta and were determined to evoke a revolution that would have ascertained a classless society.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Presidency Drafts New State of Emergency Regulations – Report

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Regulations to the State of Emergency Act of 1997 have been drafted by an inter-departmental task team, according to the Rapport newspaper.

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Regulations to the State of Emergency Act of 1997 have been drafted by an inter-departmental task team, according to the Rapport newspaper.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Museveni, Besigye Hold Campaign Rallies in Neighbouring Sub-Counties Today

[Monitor] President Museveni, who is the NRM national chairperson and Dr Kizza Besigye, former FDC presidential candidate are campaigning for their candidates in two neighboring Sub counties of Ruhuumuro and Kyabugimbi respectively ahead of the Thursda…

[Monitor] President Museveni, who is the NRM national chairperson and Dr Kizza Besigye, former FDC presidential candidate are campaigning for their candidates in two neighboring Sub counties of Ruhuumuro and Kyabugimbi respectively ahead of the Thursday Igara East by-election.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Civil Servants Pay Will Be Raised

[Monitor] Kampala -Cabinet has agreed to increase salaries of all civil servants starting July next year, a move that may cushion the country from continuous strikes by public workers over their emoluments.

[Monitor] Kampala -Cabinet has agreed to increase salaries of all civil servants starting July next year, a move that may cushion the country from continuous strikes by public workers over their emoluments.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Army, Police Meet Speaker Kadaga

[Monitor] Kampala -The Chief of Defence Forces and the Inspector General of Police yesterday met the Speaker of Parliament, ahead of the tabling of a report on the lifting of the age limit for presidential candidates.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Chief of Defence Forces and the Inspector General of Police yesterday met the Speaker of Parliament, ahead of the tabling of a report on the lifting of the age limit for presidential candidates.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Juba-Bound Bus Kills One, Injures Eight

[Monitor] One person has been confirmed dead while eight others are nursing severe body injuries after a nasty accident involving a bus and a motorcycle in Amuru District along the Gulu-Juba highway.

[Monitor] One person has been confirmed dead while eight others are nursing severe body injuries after a nasty accident involving a bus and a motorcycle in Amuru District along the Gulu-Juba highway.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mao Warns Kagada Over Presidential Age Limit Bill

[Monitor] Democratic Party (DP) president Norbert Mao has urged the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga to be fair and throw out the presidential age limit bill whose report by the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee is expected to be tabled in…

[Monitor] Democratic Party (DP) president Norbert Mao has urged the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga to be fair and throw out the presidential age limit bill whose report by the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee is expected to be tabled in Parliament later in the day.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda