Don’t Appoint Jacob Kaimenyi in New Cabinet, Njuri Ncheke Tells Uhuru Kenyatta

[Nation] A section of Njuri Ncheke elders have said they will hold demonstrations if President Uhuru Kenyatta re-appoints Lands CS Jacob Kaimenyi in his Cabinet.

[Nation] A section of Njuri Ncheke elders have said they will hold demonstrations if President Uhuru Kenyatta re-appoints Lands CS Jacob Kaimenyi in his Cabinet.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Soccer – Will Dar Teams Shine in the EAC ‘Bunge’ Games?

[Citizen] This a multi-million shillings question on the lips of many local sports fans as legislators from the EAC partner states battle it out for top honours in the eighth Games, which kicked off on Sunday at the National Stadium.

[Citizen] This a multi-million shillings question on the lips of many local sports fans as legislators from the EAC partner states battle it out for top honours in the eighth Games, which kicked off on Sunday at the National Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kenyatta Asked to Appoint 7 Women to the Cabinet

[Nation] The Federation of Women Lawyers wants President Kenyatta to appoint at least seven women to his Cabinet for his second term, and is prepared to give him a list of those it thinks are qualified.

[Nation] The Federation of Women Lawyers wants President Kenyatta to appoint at least seven women to his Cabinet for his second term, and is prepared to give him a list of those it thinks are qualified.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Release of Red Pepper Editors Endangers National Security’

[Monitor] A prosecutor from the Uganda Communications commission (UCC) has asked Court not to release the eight Red Pepper journalists charged with offending President Museveni on grounds that their freedom endangers national security.

[Monitor] A prosecutor from the Uganda Communications commission (UCC) has asked Court not to release the eight Red Pepper journalists charged with offending President Museveni on grounds that their freedom endangers national security.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How the African Union Got It Wrong On Zimbabwe

[New Zimbabwe] FOR the first time in more than two years – the longest stretch since the late 1950s – a coup d’etat rocked a country in Africa. Late on the evening of November 14, the Zimbabwe military seized control of the capital, Harare, and placed …

[New Zimbabwe] FOR the first time in more than two years - the longest stretch since the late 1950s - a coup d'etat rocked a country in Africa. Late on the evening of November 14, the Zimbabwe military seized control of the capital, Harare, and placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uganda’s Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa Elected ICC Judge

[Independent (Kampala)] New York, USA -After four rounds of voting in the ongoing judicial election to the International Criminal Court (ICC), Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa has been elected to be a judge at the Hague-based Court.

[Independent (Kampala)] New York, USA -After four rounds of voting in the ongoing judicial election to the International Criminal Court (ICC), Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa has been elected to be a judge at the Hague-based Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

No Bail Yet for Red Pepper Editors

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The editors and directors of one of Uganda’s most popular tabloid newspaper groups Red Pepper will remain remanded until December 19 when Buganda Road Court will consider their bail appeal.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The editors and directors of one of Uganda's most popular tabloid newspaper groups Red Pepper will remain remanded until December 19 when Buganda Road Court will consider their bail appeal.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Thousands Flee Villages in English-speaking Parts of the Country

[VOA] Thousands of people are fleeing villages in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon less than a week after President Paul Biya declared war against anglophone separatist groups. Fleeing villagers complain troops are engaging in rape, killings, a…

[VOA] Thousands of people are fleeing villages in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon less than a week after President Paul Biya declared war against anglophone separatist groups. Fleeing villagers complain troops are engaging in rape, killings, and harassment, but the military says they are out to defend the population.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon