Catholic Bishop Leads Pupils to Tree Planting

[Nyasa Times] Bishop of Mangochi Diocese, Montfort Stima on Saturday led learners of Kausi Primary School under Kausi Parish in a tree planting exercise which took place at the parish.

[Nyasa Times] Bishop of Mangochi Diocese, Montfort Stima on Saturday led learners of Kausi Primary School under Kausi Parish in a tree planting exercise which took place at the parish.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

ODM Senator Boy Buried in Vanga, Kwale

[Nation] Kwale Senator Boy Juma Boy was laid to rest in Vanga on Monday, bringing to an end his long life in politics. Born in 1959, the late Boy, who was first elected to Parliament in 1983, was interred shortly after 4pm.

[Nation] Kwale Senator Boy Juma Boy was laid to rest in Vanga on Monday, bringing to an end his long life in politics. Born in 1959, the late Boy, who was first elected to Parliament in 1983, was interred shortly after 4pm.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ruling Party Politician Takes On Judge Siavwapa

[Zambia Reports] Former UPND deputy spokesperson Edwin Lifwekelo has reported High Court judge Mwiinde Siavwapa to the Judicial Service Complaints Commission for alleged professional misconduct.

[Zambia Reports] Former UPND deputy spokesperson Edwin Lifwekelo has reported High Court judge Mwiinde Siavwapa to the Judicial Service Complaints Commission for alleged professional misconduct.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Court Nullifies Sh2.5 Billion Ballot Paper Tender

[Nation] The electoral commission on Monday warned that its preparations for the August elections had been thrown into uncertainty after the High Court nullified a Sh2.5 billion tender awarded to a Dubai-based firm for printing ballot papers .

[Nation] The electoral commission on Monday warned that its preparations for the August elections had been thrown into uncertainty after the High Court nullified a Sh2.5 billion tender awarded to a Dubai-based firm for printing ballot papers .

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Four Qualify for World Cross Country Champs

[The Herald] FOUR athletes are set to represent the country in the upcoming IAAF World Cross Country Championships next month in Kampala, Uganda. The quartet of Wellington Varevi, Rudo Mhonderwa, Tanaka Hove and Tatenda Ndlovu earned their tickets to t…

[The Herald] FOUR athletes are set to represent the country in the upcoming IAAF World Cross Country Championships next month in Kampala, Uganda. The quartet of Wellington Varevi, Rudo Mhonderwa, Tanaka Hove and Tatenda Ndlovu earned their tickets to the World Championships when they came out tops in their respective categories at the national meet in Bulawayo on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Media Doesn’t Pander to Any Organisation’s Whims’

[The Herald] WHILE every organisation has rules for engaging with the media and its publics, the media has no obligation to be bound by any organisation’s policies when it comes to reporting issues that are in the interest of the public, media experts …

[The Herald] WHILE every organisation has rules for engaging with the media and its publics, the media has no obligation to be bound by any organisation's policies when it comes to reporting issues that are in the interest of the public, media experts say. The media should report such issues without fear or favour, irrespective of which organisation is involved. The media's primary role is to be a watchdog of society and that entails reporting on and putting under the scrutiny both public and private entities, for the

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

National Water Body to Embark On Water Quality Tests Countrywide

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority yesterday said it was going on a nationwide testing of borehole water to assess its quality. Tests done in Harare have confirmed the contamination of borehole water in some low densit…

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority yesterday said it was going on a nationwide testing of borehole water to assess its quality. Tests done in Harare have confirmed the contamination of borehole water in some low density areas in Harare. The tests indicated that the water contained the Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria. The bacteria can cause water-borne diseases and other health challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Make a Choice – Where Do You Belong in Nigeria?

[Vanguard] Unarguable though can be argued, Nigeria is made up of two groups. One group is at the government side, in nutshell supports president Buhari’s administration. They try to cover and open (oxymoronically) the ugly part of this administration.

[Vanguard] Unarguable though can be argued, Nigeria is made up of two groups. One group is at the government side, in nutshell supports president Buhari's administration. They try to cover and open (oxymoronically) the ugly part of this administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria