Wildlife Boss Fired After U.S.$3 Million Rhino Horn Goes Missing – Report

[News24Wire] The head of Zimbabwe’s wildlife authority has been fired following the disappearance of rhino horns worth $3 million two years ago, it was reported on Sunday.

[News24Wire] The head of Zimbabwe's wildlife authority has been fired following the disappearance of rhino horns worth $3 million two years ago, it was reported on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Eliud Kipchoge’s Marathon Record Excites Scientists

[East African] Athletics history was made on May 6 at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza Formula One Grand Prix in Monza, the spiritual home of auto racing in Italy, best described as the “temple of speed.”

[East African] Athletics history was made on May 6 at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza Formula One Grand Prix in Monza, the spiritual home of auto racing in Italy, best described as the "temple of speed."

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Chibok – a Candid Tale of Society

[East African] On April 14, 2017, the world marked the third anniversary of the kidnapping of 276 adolescent schools girls in Chibok, northern Nigeria, by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram.

[East African] On April 14, 2017, the world marked the third anniversary of the kidnapping of 276 adolescent schools girls in Chibok, northern Nigeria, by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Indian Dining At the Kigali Diplomat Hotel

[East African] Kigali, a growing city, has seen a significant rise in the number of expatriates living there, prompting an increase in gourmet restaurants to cater for their distinct needs.

[East African] Kigali, a growing city, has seen a significant rise in the number of expatriates living there, prompting an increase in gourmet restaurants to cater for their distinct needs.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

I Was Sent On Suicide Mission for Refusing Marriage Proposal – 14-Year-Old

[Premium Times] A 14-year-old female suspected suicide bomber says Boko Haram leaders chose her to detonate an Improvised Explosive Device in Maiduguri because she refused to get married to their members in Sambisa Forest.

[Premium Times] A 14-year-old female suspected suicide bomber says Boko Haram leaders chose her to detonate an Improvised Explosive Device in Maiduguri because she refused to get married to their members in Sambisa Forest.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Anthology Tackles Uganda’s Social Issues Head On

[East African] Sophie Nuwagira Bamwoyeraki and Jane Okot p’Bitek Langoya have published a joint anthology titled A Poetic Duet in which they tackle a vast array of Ugandan’s poetic landscape, in relation to the subjects, themes, styles, language and mood.

[East African] Sophie Nuwagira Bamwoyeraki and Jane Okot p'Bitek Langoya have published a joint anthology titled A Poetic Duet in which they tackle a vast array of Ugandan's poetic landscape, in relation to the subjects, themes, styles, language and mood.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I’m Proudly Zimbabwean – Scola

[Zimbabwe Standard] “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” This Chinese proverb rings true for Zimbabwe-born and United Kingdom-based fitness model Scola Dondo who has sculpted her once obese figure into a rare beauty.

[Zimbabwe Standard] "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." This Chinese proverb rings true for Zimbabwe-born and United Kingdom-based fitness model Scola Dondo who has sculpted her once obese figure into a rare beauty.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hichilema Back in Court; Will He See Light Today?

Opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema will be back to the Lusaka Magistrate Court in what has become his second home after being incarcerated on the non bailable charge of treason. Legal gymnastics in the past … Continued

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Opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema will be back to the Lusaka Magistrate Court in what has become his second home after being incarcerated on the non bailable charge of treason. Legal gymnastics in the past one month have not restored his freedom with lawyers moving back and forth probing the veracity of the charge. Last week the legal team struck some minor victories with the state conceding some ground when they entered a nolle prosequi on the traffic offence slapped against the opposition leader among other charges he is facing. Hichiilema will be in court on the alleged use of insulting language with Magistrate Greenwell Malumani expected to make a ruling. The use of insulting language is just a sideshow with the treason charge under magistrate David Simusamba still under scrutiny and is also coming up today. A ruling is being awaited on the credibility of the treason charge with the defence alleging that the charge is unreasonable. The defense team has also challenged the certificate of committal to the High Court that was not signed by the Director of Public Prosecution but by her subordinate. Hichilema has been behind bars since being violently arrested on April 10 at his house. He is facing treason charges that face a maximum of a death sentence if convicted The post Hichilema Back in Court; Will He See Light Today? appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports