Police Confirms 8 Persons Dead in Borno Suicide Attacks

[Leadership] The Borno State Police command has confirmed five suicide bombers, two civilians and a Civilian JTF member dead in two separate attacks on Sunday night in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

[Leadership] The Borno State Police command has confirmed five suicide bombers, two civilians and a Civilian JTF member dead in two separate attacks on Sunday night in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Restrains Son From Assaulting His Wife, Head Butted and Stoned

[New Zimbabwe] A man here has appeared in court for hitting his father with stones and damaging window panes of his father’s house after the latter had tried to restrain him from assaulting his wife.

[New Zimbabwe] A man here has appeared in court for hitting his father with stones and damaging window panes of his father's house after the latter had tried to restrain him from assaulting his wife.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Nightmare’ As Villagers Buy Bucket of Water At 1,000/-

[Daily News] Mlele -About 29,000 residents of Majimoto village at Mamba Division in Mlele District, Katavi Region are in severe shortage of water to the extent of buying a bucket of the liquid at 1,000/-.

[Daily News] Mlele -About 29,000 residents of Majimoto village at Mamba Division in Mlele District, Katavi Region are in severe shortage of water to the extent of buying a bucket of the liquid at 1,000/-.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Court of Appeal Insists, Throws Out Case of Ex – Dawasco Boss

[Daily News] Former Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (Dawasco) senior officer, Stephen Mashaka has lost an appeal where he sought to challenge termination of his employment services as Director of Transport and Supplies.

[Daily News] Former Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (Dawasco) senior officer, Stephen Mashaka has lost an appeal where he sought to challenge termination of his employment services as Director of Transport and Supplies.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Fight Against Cybercrime Is Here to Stay

[Daily News] The recent High Court’s decision, confirming the Cybercrimes Act does not abrogate the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, is another sign that the government has been performing its duties for public interests and not otherwise.

[Daily News] The recent High Court's decision, confirming the Cybercrimes Act does not abrogate the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, is another sign that the government has been performing its duties for public interests and not otherwise.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania