Tanzania Tycoons Buy Stake in Kenyan Oil Marketing Firm

[East African] Tanzanian billionaires Aunali and Sajjad Rajabali have bought 30.2 million shares equivalent to a 2.06 per cent stake in KenolKobil, rising to the list of the oil marketer’s top shareholders.

[East African] Tanzanian billionaires Aunali and Sajjad Rajabali have bought 30.2 million shares equivalent to a 2.06 per cent stake in KenolKobil, rising to the list of the oil marketer's top shareholders.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kampala Opens Fresh Charge Against Suspended Minister Kabafunzaki

[East African] Kampala yesterday added one more charge against the former junior Minister for Labour Herbert Kabafunzaki, who is already facing charges of soliciting and receiving a bribe.

[East African] Kampala yesterday added one more charge against the former junior Minister for Labour Herbert Kabafunzaki, who is already facing charges of soliciting and receiving a bribe.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ruling Party Fires ‘Confusionist’ Youth Leader

[Nyasa Times] The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Wednesday fired Karonga business community chairperson Wavisanga Silungwe as its district director of y outh, Nyasa Times learnt

[Nyasa Times] The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Wednesday fired Karonga business community chairperson Wavisanga Silungwe as its district director of y outh, Nyasa Times learnt

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Electoral Commission Cancels By-Elections Over Lack of Funds

[Nyasa Times] Pollster, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has indifintely postponed the highly contetious June 6 Lilongwe south east rerun election and other by-elections in the country.

[Nyasa Times] Pollster, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has indifintely postponed the highly contetious June 6 Lilongwe south east rerun election and other by-elections in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Displaced and Neglected – Ethiopia’s Desperate Drought Victims

[IRIN] Dolo Ado -Dead camels rot on the outskirts of informal settlements in Ethiopia’s rain-starved Somali region as their owners, once proudly self-sufficient pastoralists, turn to government aid to stay alive.

[IRIN] Dolo Ado -Dead camels rot on the outskirts of informal settlements in Ethiopia's rain-starved Somali region as their owners, once proudly self-sufficient pastoralists, turn to government aid to stay alive.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Rumphi Morgue Unable to Handle Boat Tragedy Dead

[Nyasa Times] Bodies of people killed in the Rumphi boat accident have been taken to Mzuzu Hospital morgue because a mortuary at Rumphi Hospital has not been operational since 2014.

[Nyasa Times] Bodies of people killed in the Rumphi boat accident have been taken to Mzuzu Hospital morgue because a mortuary at Rumphi Hospital has not been operational since 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

People With Albinism ‘Living in Fear’

[Al Jazeera] Malawi’s refusal to push forward with prosecuting suspects accused of attacking and killing people with albinism has left a persecuted minority on the edge, according to the Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM).

[Al Jazeera] Malawi's refusal to push forward with prosecuting suspects accused of attacking and killing people with albinism has left a persecuted minority on the edge, according to the Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Money and Migration – EU Funds May Support, Not Stifle, Refugee Flows From Sudan

[Nuba Reports] The European Union, in the last couple of years, has been forging increasingly close ties with Sudan, a country once globally ostracised for sponsoring terrorist activities and human rights abuses. But human rights have taken a back seat…

[Nuba Reports] The European Union, in the last couple of years, has been forging increasingly close ties with Sudan, a country once globally ostracised for sponsoring terrorist activities and human rights abuses. But human rights have taken a back seat, as the EU moves to stem the influx of refugees and migrants to its collective shores.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan