Meet First 30 Nigerian Military Officers Before 1960

[Vanguard] As Nigeria approaches another month of October when the country commemorates her independence, a photo showing the first 30 Nigerian military officers before 1960 has emerged. Below are their names.

[Vanguard] As Nigeria approaches another month of October when the country commemorates her independence, a photo showing the first 30 Nigerian military officers before 1960 has emerged. Below are their names.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nurses’ Strike Has Affected Response to Disease Outbreaks – Unicef

[Nation] The United Nations Children’s Fund has raised the alarm that the nurses’ strike, now in its 23rd day, will fuel more casualties in the disease outbreaks being reported in several parts of Kenya.

[Nation] The United Nations Children's Fund has raised the alarm that the nurses' strike, now in its 23rd day, will fuel more casualties in the disease outbreaks being reported in several parts of Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya’s Rail Line to Reach Uganda Border Town of Malaba

[Monitor] Kampala -The construction of the Ugandan stretch of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) has been the subject of speculation with talk implying that Kenya will only stop in Kisumu. Kisumu is about 100Kms from the Kenya – Uganda border town of Mal…

[Monitor] Kampala -The construction of the Ugandan stretch of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) has been the subject of speculation with talk implying that Kenya will only stop in Kisumu. Kisumu is about 100Kms from the Kenya - Uganda border town of Malaba.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

She Cranes Confident Ahead of Zimbabwe Clash

[Monitor] Kampala -Going by the She Cranes’ performances in the opening three games of the African Netball Championship only self-destruction stands in their way of a maiden continental crown.

[Monitor] Kampala -Going by the She Cranes' performances in the opening three games of the African Netball Championship only self-destruction stands in their way of a maiden continental crown.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Province Denies Claims It Will Fire Principals With 0% Matric Pass Rate

[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education has denied claims by the Democratic Alliance that it had announced it would fire principals and district managers at schools which got 0% matric pass rates at the end of 2017.

[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education has denied claims by the Democratic Alliance that it had announced it would fire principals and district managers at schools which got 0% matric pass rates at the end of 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

It’s the Beginning, Bombers Vow

[Monitor] Kampala -Having touched down at Entebbe Airport a few minutes to 3am Tuesday, Coach Muhammad Hassan’s team of nine boxers and three assistant trainers could not hide their pride after winning gold and two silver medals at the African Confeder…

[Monitor] Kampala -Having touched down at Entebbe Airport a few minutes to 3am Tuesday, Coach Muhammad Hassan's team of nine boxers and three assistant trainers could not hide their pride after winning gold and two silver medals at the African Confederation Boxing Championship in Congo-Brazzaville.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Incompetent Teachers Face Demotion, Dismissal

[Monitor] Kole -An ambitious plan to improve the education standards in Kole District by subjecting all head teachers to a one-year performance contract agreement has triggered controversy over the usefulness of the initiative.

[Monitor] Kole -An ambitious plan to improve the education standards in Kole District by subjecting all head teachers to a one-year performance contract agreement has triggered controversy over the usefulness of the initiative.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

France to Invest €1 Billion in Nigeria’s Oil Sector

[This Day] Abuja -France on Tuesday disclosed that it has set aside about ?1 billion to invest in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry, adding that Nigeria would remain its first economic trading partner in Africa.

[This Day] Abuja -France on Tuesday disclosed that it has set aside about ?1 billion to invest in Nigeria's oil and gas industry, adding that Nigeria would remain its first economic trading partner in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ahmed Timol Inquest Taken Back to 1971 During Inspection in Loco

[News24Wire] Struggle icon Salim Essop on Tuesday took the court back to 1971 when he relived his experience of being detained at John Voster Square on Commissioner Street.

[News24Wire] Struggle icon Salim Essop on Tuesday took the court back to 1971 when he relived his experience of being detained at John Voster Square on Commissioner Street.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa