Court Sets Feb 19 to Start Trial of 20 Treason Suspects

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The High Court in Kampala Thursday set a fresh trial date for a treason case against 20 men accused of plotting to overthrow the government of Uganda. The trial had stalled since October last year due to the Prosecutors…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The High Court in Kampala Thursday set a fresh trial date for a treason case against 20 men accused of plotting to overthrow the government of Uganda. The trial had stalled since October last year due to the Prosecutors' strike that ended in December.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We Are Not Slaves of Social Media

[Nation] In February 2004, in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the US, Facebook was founded. This application has since revolutionalised human interaction in ways that were unimaginable before.

[Nation] In February 2004, in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the US, Facebook was founded. This application has since revolutionalised human interaction in ways that were unimaginable before.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

President Nyusi Holds Talks With Mnangagwa

[AIM] President Filipe Nyusi on 17 January stressed the willingness of the government to work with Zimbabwe, to transform the resources of the two countries into actions that will guarantee sustainable growth.

[AIM] President Filipe Nyusi on 17 January stressed the willingness of the government to work with Zimbabwe, to transform the resources of the two countries into actions that will guarantee sustainable growth.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Rising Trend – Married Women Circumcised with Husband’s Consent

[Monitor] Kampala -Faced with the new law against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), traditionalists have now shifted to circumcising married women with the consent of their husbands.

[Monitor] Kampala -Faced with the new law against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), traditionalists have now shifted to circumcising married women with the consent of their husbands.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

President Nyusi Reveals Peace Talks Nearing Conclusion

[AIM] The process of achieving an “effective peace” in Mozambique is nearing its conclusion, declared President Filipe Nyusi on 12 January. Speaking at a ceremony in Maputo with members of the police, President Nyusi warned that the current stage is st…

[AIM] The process of achieving an "effective peace" in Mozambique is nearing its conclusion, declared President Filipe Nyusi on 12 January. Speaking at a ceremony in Maputo with members of the police, President Nyusi warned that the current stage is still delicate and demands "special attention", so that it produces results favourable to all Mozambicans.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Top Athlete Obiri’s Tribute to Journalists

[Nation] Hardly are journalists appreciated on such grand occasions, but world 5,000 metres champion Hellen Obiri on Wednesday night departed from the norm and paid tribute to Kenya’s sports media for going the extra mile to tell the athlete’s story.

[Nation] Hardly are journalists appreciated on such grand occasions, but world 5,000 metres champion Hellen Obiri on Wednesday night departed from the norm and paid tribute to Kenya's sports media for going the extra mile to tell the athlete's story.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

CHAN 2018 – Three Players Nigeria Must Stop to Beat Libya

[Premium Times] The Knights of Libya know that a point leads them closer to the round of 16 – but a point will make Nigeria’s Super Eagles desperate in their last group match against Equatorial Guinea.

[Premium Times] The Knights of Libya know that a point leads them closer to the round of 16 - but a point will make Nigeria's Super Eagles desperate in their last group match against Equatorial Guinea.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Jacques – Tribute to an Absolute Legend

[Zimbabwe Independent] IN THE end, the outpouring of tribute was abundantly deserved for a wonderful sportsman, a fierce but dignified competitor, a patriot and above all — a God-fearing man of high moral integrity.

[Zimbabwe Independent] IN THE end, the outpouring of tribute was abundantly deserved for a wonderful sportsman, a fierce but dignified competitor, a patriot and above all -- a God-fearing man of high moral integrity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe