Moi Girls Tragedy Demands Action, Leaders Agree at Requiem Mass

[Capital FM] Nairobi -A Somber mood engulfed the requiem mass for the nine students who perished following the devastating inferno that razed a dormitory at the Moi Girls School in Kibera, Nairobi county.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -A Somber mood engulfed the requiem mass for the nine students who perished following the devastating inferno that razed a dormitory at the Moi Girls School in Kibera, Nairobi county.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya Lose to Cuba in World Championship

[Nation] Kenya continues to struggle at the ongoing Women’s U-23 World Volleyball Championship in Slovenia, in the wake of Thursday’s 4-0 (15-9,15-10,15-7,15-12) loss to Cuba.

[Nation] Kenya continues to struggle at the ongoing Women's U-23 World Volleyball Championship in Slovenia, in the wake of Thursday's 4-0 (15-9,15-10,15-7,15-12) loss to Cuba.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Airtel Explains How Phone Type Determines Data Usage

[Observer] There has been a public outcry over the speed at which mobile phone data runs out. The claim from customers is that some telecom firms deplete their internet data.

[Observer] There has been a public outcry over the speed at which mobile phone data runs out. The claim from customers is that some telecom firms deplete their internet data.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Angry Nadduli Tells Off Museveni – Stop Calling Baganda Traitors

[Observer] Alhaji Abdul Nadduli, the minister without portfolio, has urged President Museveni to stop referring to Buganda officials who collaborated with colonialists as traitors.

[Observer] Alhaji Abdul Nadduli, the minister without portfolio, has urged President Museveni to stop referring to Buganda officials who collaborated with colonialists as traitors.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gulu Law Students Sue LDC, Law Council Over Pre-Entry Exams

[Observer] Seven law graduates from Gulu University have sued the Law Development Centre (LDC) and Law Council for stopping them from sitting this year’s LDC pre-entry examination.

[Observer] Seven law graduates from Gulu University have sued the Law Development Centre (LDC) and Law Council for stopping them from sitting this year's LDC pre-entry examination.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Algerians to Train Police in CCTV Camera Handling

[Observer] The director general of the Algerian National Security, Maj Gen Abdelghani Hamel has said his country will train Uganda’s police personnel in the proper handling of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to fight crime.

[Observer] The director general of the Algerian National Security, Maj Gen Abdelghani Hamel has said his country will train Uganda's police personnel in the proper handling of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to fight crime.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

Appeal Court Ruling – Will Zuma Have His Day in Court?

[Daily Maverick] On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Appeal needed less than four hours to conclude its hearings. The case at hand: President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority’s appeal against a lower court’s judgment that the decision to…

[Daily Maverick] On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Appeal needed less than four hours to conclude its hearings. The case at hand: President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority's appeal against a lower court's judgment that the decision to drop Zuma's corruption charges was irrational. As it turned out, pretty much everybody in the courtroom was on the same page, agreeing that the decision to drop the charges was incorrect. This consensus means that the Supreme Court will now almost certainly dismiss Zuma's an

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