Club Player – Knock of 490 ‘Best Day of My Life’

[News24Wire] Club cricketer Shane Dadswell says he is still coming to terms with the events of the past few days. The previously unknown opening batsman re-wrote the record books when he posted the highest individual score in minor, limited overs cricket.

[News24Wire] Club cricketer Shane Dadswell says he is still coming to terms with the events of the past few days. The previously unknown opening batsman re-wrote the record books when he posted the highest individual score in minor, limited overs cricket.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Central Bank Policy Fails to Spur Credit Growth

[East African] Soft policy actions by Uganda’s central bank in recent months have yielded little mileage towards credit growth in an environment plagued by increased default rates despite loan campaigns targeted at consumers.

[East African] Soft policy actions by Uganda's central bank in recent months have yielded little mileage towards credit growth in an environment plagued by increased default rates despite loan campaigns targeted at consumers.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

EAC Summit to Decide Fate of Stalled Infrastructure Projects

[East African] The East African Community Council of Ministers meeting scheduled for December 1 in Kampala, Uganda, will determine the fate of regional infrastructure projects as disputes between partner states threaten to derail their progress.

[East African] The East African Community Council of Ministers meeting scheduled for December 1 in Kampala, Uganda, will determine the fate of regional infrastructure projects as disputes between partner states threaten to derail their progress.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Chiwenga Calls for Public Restraint As Mugabe Quits

[New Zimbabwe] DEFENCE forces chief General Constantino Chiwenga called Tuesday for “maximum restraint” and law and order to be upheld after Robert Mugabe’s resignation sparked wild celebrations and plunged the country into uncertainty.

[New Zimbabwe] DEFENCE forces chief General Constantino Chiwenga called Tuesday for "maximum restraint" and law and order to be upheld after Robert Mugabe's resignation sparked wild celebrations and plunged the country into uncertainty.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Is Kenya Begging for Kenyatta Congratulatory Messages Abroad?

[Nairobi News] The Foreign Affairs ministry is seeking congratulatory messages from Western capitals after the Supreme Court upheld the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta in last month’s repeat election, the Financial Times reported.

[Nairobi News] The Foreign Affairs ministry is seeking congratulatory messages from Western capitals after the Supreme Court upheld the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta in last month's repeat election, the Financial Times reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Family of Boy Who Died in School Pit Toilet ‘Denied Justice’

[News24Wire] The family of five-year-old Michael Komape, who died in a pit toilet in 2014, has been denied justice because no one has been held accountable for his death, the Limpopo High Court heard on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] The family of five-year-old Michael Komape, who died in a pit toilet in 2014, has been denied justice because no one has been held accountable for his death, the Limpopo High Court heard on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Poor Timing’ Could Delay East African Presidents Retreat

[East African] A planned retreat for East African heads of state slated for November 29 in Uganda is unlikely to take place, even as the in-tray of matters that the leaders need to address to bring integration back on track overflows.

[East African] A planned retreat for East African heads of state slated for November 29 in Uganda is unlikely to take place, even as the in-tray of matters that the leaders need to address to bring integration back on track overflows.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Lusaka Man Abandons Matrimonial Home After Wife Becomes Violent

There was laughter at Chelstone Local court when a Lusaka man narrated how his wife would squeeze his manhood in his sleep causing serious discomfort that at one time required emergency medical attention. Gift Mboloma, 53, of Chisamba sued his … Continued

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There was laughter at Chelstone Local court when a Lusaka man narrated how his wife would squeeze his manhood in his sleep causing serious discomfort that at one time required emergency medical attention. Gift Mboloma, 53, of Chisamba sued his wife Janet Chitalu of Chainda compound for divorce stating their marriage had broken down. The two have been on separation for 11 months. According to the testimony, the couple got married on 2008 and have two children. Mboloma told the court that their marital problems were triggered when his wife developed a habit of inspecting his manhood. He said Janet would pull his manhood as he slept. Mboloma added that the wife also used disrespectful language and occassionally locked him out of their matrimonial home. In fighting back, Mboloma narrated that he would sleep with his clothes as opposed to the traditional Adam until his wife apologized. However, Janet resumed his tricks and one night pulled the husbands manhood so hard that he collapsed, running out of breath before being rushed to the hospital where he regained consciousness. In her defense, Janet Chitalu said the problems started in 2013 when Mboloma got a job in Siavonga. According to Janet, Mboloma started to seek ways to abandon their matrimonial home a year after he got a job. “Sleeping out became the order of the day,” Janet said she also complained to family elders that Mboloma’s private hair was shaved and when she questioned, he become upset and started sleeping with his clothes on. Passing judgment, the Magistrate said circumstances of their union were enough to demonstrate that their union had nothing to show they were still happily together. Divorce was granted and Mboloma was ordered to compensate Janet with about K7,000 with K1,000 as down payment while subsequent monthly payments were K500 installment. The post Lusaka Man Abandons Matrimonial Home After Wife Becomes Violent appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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