President Geingob Wants Football Update

[Namibian] The Namibian Football Association’s hierarchy is expected to update President Hage Geingob at State House on Thursday on progress made to restore competitive football in the country.

[Namibian] The Namibian Football Association's hierarchy is expected to update President Hage Geingob at State House on Thursday on progress made to restore competitive football in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

The Hypocrisy of Political Correctness

[Observer] Hypocrisy means “insincerity, double standards or two-facedness” and by exposing it, I take no sides by either condoning or condemning any parties involved.

[Observer] Hypocrisy means "insincerity, double standards or two-facedness" and by exposing it, I take no sides by either condoning or condemning any parties involved.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Traditional Leaders Criticise Policy Review Consultations

[Namibian] The Nama Traditional Leaders Association (NTLA) has expressed concern over “selective” invitations extended to participants by the land reform ministry in the Hardap and //Karas regions to attend resettlement policy review consultation meeti…

[Namibian] The Nama Traditional Leaders Association (NTLA) has expressed concern over "selective" invitations extended to participants by the land reform ministry in the Hardap and //Karas regions to attend resettlement policy review consultation meetings.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Politician Mia Calls For Formation of Islamic Financial Institution

[Nyasa Times] Businessman-cum-politician Muhammad Sidik Mia has backed call to establish an Islamic Finance Institution which will enable Malawians to lend money without any interest rate attached.

[Nyasa Times] Businessman-cum-politician Muhammad Sidik Mia has backed call to establish an Islamic Finance Institution which will enable Malawians to lend money without any interest rate attached.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Police Yet to Pin Kataratambi in Theft Case

[Observer] Two years after the arrest of the former commandant of the Special Investigations Division of Police, Charles Kataratambi, the Force’s detectives are yet to find evidence to sway the directorate of Public Prosecutions to slap charges against…

[Observer] Two years after the arrest of the former commandant of the Special Investigations Division of Police, Charles Kataratambi, the Force's detectives are yet to find evidence to sway the directorate of Public Prosecutions to slap charges against the senior officer.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Uganda’s Football Is Destined for Greatness

[Observer] On September 3, 2016, the entire country erupted in joy when the national football team, the Uganda Cranes, broke a 39-year jinx by qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).

[Observer] On September 3, 2016, the entire country erupted in joy when the national football team, the Uganda Cranes, broke a 39-year jinx by qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Museveni’s Personal Assistant Left State House

[Observer] President Museveni’s decision to send Maj Edith Nakalema, a personal assistant, for a military course in the UK could be the start of a major clean up at State House, highly placed sources told The Observer this week.

[Observer] President Museveni's decision to send Maj Edith Nakalema, a personal assistant, for a military course in the UK could be the start of a major clean up at State House, highly placed sources told The Observer this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

City Halts U.S.$15,6 Million Projects

[Namibian] The municipality of Windhoek stopped two housing developments worth over N$200 million at a time when the construction sector is on its knees because of a lack of projects.

[Namibian] The municipality of Windhoek stopped two housing developments worth over N$200 million at a time when the construction sector is on its knees because of a lack of projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Resign Now, Education Minister Fabiano Told

[Nyasa Times] Members of Parliament (MPs) from the opposition benches on Tuesday took to task Minister of Education, Science and Technology Dr Emmanuel Fabiano for not being in control of the affairs in his ministry as the country is facing education c…

[Nyasa Times] Members of Parliament (MPs) from the opposition benches on Tuesday took to task Minister of Education, Science and Technology Dr Emmanuel Fabiano for not being in control of the affairs in his ministry as the country is facing education crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Naads Boss Hits Back At Gen Angina Over ‘Blame Game’

[Observer] The head of the National Agricultural Advisory Services (Naads), Dr Samuel Mugasi, has hit back at the deputy head of Operation Wealth Creation (OWC), Gen Charles Angina, saying he is engaging in blame games rather than focussing on his work.

[Observer] The head of the National Agricultural Advisory Services (Naads), Dr Samuel Mugasi, has hit back at the deputy head of Operation Wealth Creation (OWC), Gen Charles Angina, saying he is engaging in blame games rather than focussing on his work.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda