‘Public Affairs Committee Corruption Worsening’

[Nyasa Times] Wiseman Chijere Chirwa, a professor at the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College, said at Public Affairs Committee (PAC) sixth All-Inclusive Stakeholders Conference underway in Blantyre that lack of visionary national leadership and w…

[Nyasa Times] Wiseman Chijere Chirwa, a professor at the University of Malawi's Chancellor College, said at Public Affairs Committee (PAC) sixth All-Inclusive Stakeholders Conference underway in Blantyre that lack of visionary national leadership and worsening corruption as some of the factors that have worsened poverty while a few elite become richer.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Poor Harvest Deepens Food Gap in North Darfur

[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -The results of the post-harvest agricultural survey in North Darfur for the period from November 2016 to January 2017 show the total production of millet and sorghum in the state to 102 and 931 tons respectively, while the st…

[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -The results of the post-harvest agricultural survey in North Darfur for the period from November 2016 to January 2017 show the total production of millet and sorghum in the state to 102 and 931 tons respectively, while the stock in households and markets was 1,944 tons, and grain alternatives about 16,645 tons.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Senior Govt Official, Doctor Up for U.S.$5,000 Fraud

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -A principal officer in the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education has landed in the dock over a $5,000 scam in which he allegedly connived with a doctor and nurse employed by Red Cross.

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -A principal officer in the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education has landed in the dock over a $5,000 scam in which he allegedly connived with a doctor and nurse employed by Red Cross.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Universities Commission Confirms Issuing Pre-Degree Exams Notice

[Daily News] The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) has confirmed inviting interested candidates to register for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) examinations, a pre-requisite to join degree programmes for 2017/18 academic year.

[Daily News] The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) has confirmed inviting interested candidates to register for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) examinations, a pre-requisite to join degree programmes for 2017/18 academic year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Is Public Inquiry On Anti-Homosexuality Laws Necessary?

[Nyasa Times] In November 2016 Malawi government announced its plans to conduct a public inquiry on the laws that criminalize homosexuality in order to decide as to whether to change such laws or not. According to the Solicitor General and Secretary fo…

[Nyasa Times] In November 2016 Malawi government announced its plans to conduct a public inquiry on the laws that criminalize homosexuality in order to decide as to whether to change such laws or not. According to the Solicitor General and Secretary for Justice Dr. Janet Banda SC, government was receiving enormous pressure to review such laws hence the decision. Ironically, government did not disclose the source of such pressure. Just a few days ago the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) through its chairperson Justi

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Singer Mowzey Radio Fined for Being ‘Nuisance’ At Semwanga Funeral

[Monitor] Singer Moses Sekibogo alias Mowzey Radio has been asked to pay damages for allegedly acting “aggressive and wild” during a funeral for the late Rich Gang member, Ivan Semwanga.

[Monitor] Singer Moses Sekibogo alias Mowzey Radio has been asked to pay damages for allegedly acting "aggressive and wild" during a funeral for the late Rich Gang member, Ivan Semwanga.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

MPs Approve New Traffic Regulations for School Buses

[Nation] All school buses will be required to be painted yellow with institution names written in black and have other signage as may be prescribed, in a wide range of changes aimed at enhancing safety.

[Nation] All school buses will be required to be painted yellow with institution names written in black and have other signage as may be prescribed, in a wide range of changes aimed at enhancing safety.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya