Kerio, the Valley of Death Where Guns Sprout and Bullets Flower

[Nation] Benson Kukat remembers the first time he picked up a gun and marched to war. It was in 2010 — in the midst of a vicious cholera outbreak that killed tens of people and devastated his community. He estimates that he was just 13-years-old, a fr…

[Nation] Benson Kukat remembers the first time he picked up a gun and marched to war. It was in 2010 -- in the midst of a vicious cholera outbreak that killed tens of people and devastated his community. He estimates that he was just 13-years-old, a fresh adolescent but with an overwhelming sense of duty.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

NHIF Rule on Marriage Affidavits Put on Hold

[Nation] Lawyers have won the first round of a fight against a directive issued by the national health insurer to disregard affidavits commissioned by advocates as proof of marriage for spouses to benefit from the scheme.

[Nation] Lawyers have won the first round of a fight against a directive issued by the national health insurer to disregard affidavits commissioned by advocates as proof of marriage for spouses to benefit from the scheme.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Weatherman Warns of Rainy Week Ahead

[Nation] The meteorological department has warned of an increase in rainfall in the northern and eastern parts of the country for the next seven days running to Monday next week.

[Nation] The meteorological department has warned of an increase in rainfall in the northern and eastern parts of the country for the next seven days running to Monday next week.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Pledges to Strengthen Shilling

[Daily News] THE government has pledged to strengthen the value of the shilling by curbing inflation and promote exports of value added goods through ‘export credit guarantee scheme’. This was said at the National Assembly in Dodoma yesterday by the De…

[Daily News] THE government has pledged to strengthen the value of the shilling by curbing inflation and promote exports of value added goods through 'export credit guarantee scheme'. This was said at the National Assembly in Dodoma yesterday by the Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji while responding to a question from special seats MP Ms Devotha Minja.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Bukoba Father Nabbed for Hacking Twin Children

[Daily News] Respicius Diocress, a resident of Butayaibega village in Bukoba District has been apprehended by police following accusation of slaughtering his own twin children. According to Kagera Region Police Commander Augustine Ollomi, the accused w…

[Daily News] Respicius Diocress, a resident of Butayaibega village in Bukoba District has been apprehended by police following accusation of slaughtering his own twin children. According to Kagera Region Police Commander Augustine Ollomi, the accused was arrested in Mwanza on April 16 where he went into hiding and plans are in place to bring him back to Bukoba for further legal actions. "

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ministry Forms Team to Study Clogged Waterways

[Daily News] THE Ministry for Water and Irrigation has formed a task force to study and suggest new technologies to help remove floating trash clogging dozens of irrigation dams and subsequently threatening livelihoods and the country’s economy.

[Daily News] THE Ministry for Water and Irrigation has formed a task force to study and suggest new technologies to help remove floating trash clogging dozens of irrigation dams and subsequently threatening livelihoods and the country's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Diamond Platnumz in Trouble Over Indecent Images

[Daily News] Tanzanians popular artist Diamond Platnumz is under police custody and will be arraigned at anytime from now for allegedly sharing indecent images on the social media.

[Daily News] Tanzanians popular artist Diamond Platnumz is under police custody and will be arraigned at anytime from now for allegedly sharing indecent images on the social media.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania