How Borno Council Chair, Father Shield Fleeing Boko Haram Terrorists – Army

[Vanguard] The Nigerian Army, yesterday, gave account of how a local government chairman in Borno State and his father used their house as a shield for fleeing Boko Haram fighters during period of battle against the insurgents in the North East .

[Vanguard] The Nigerian Army, yesterday, gave account of how a local government chairman in Borno State and his father used their house as a shield for fleeing Boko Haram fighters during period of battle against the insurgents in the North East .

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

This Season Will Be Mine Says Brave Warriors’ Shalulile

[New Era] Windhoek -Following a niggling ankle injury that sidelined him for almost the whole of last season, Brave Warriors poster boy Peter Shalulile is well on the mend and could be back at full speed in the colours of his beloved South African prem…

[New Era] Windhoek -Following a niggling ankle injury that sidelined him for almost the whole of last season, Brave Warriors poster boy Peter Shalulile is well on the mend and could be back at full speed in the colours of his beloved South African premiership club, Highlands Park FC, come next month.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Abortion Accused Gets Temporary Reprieve

[New Era] Windhoek -A Windhoek teenager who took the stand in Katutura Magistrate’s Court to answer charges of committing an illegal abortion walked off scot-free after it emerged that investigations into her case could not be finalised.

[New Era] Windhoek -A Windhoek teenager who took the stand in Katutura Magistrate's Court to answer charges of committing an illegal abortion walked off scot-free after it emerged that investigations into her case could not be finalised.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

How Govt Cleared Shs6 Billion Payout to Officials in Oil Tax Deal

[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni and Cabinet sanctioned the Shs6b payout as “a reward” to officials in various ministries and agencies who handled the case between Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and the UK-based oil company Heritage, according to …

[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni and Cabinet sanctioned the Shs6b payout as "a reward" to officials in various ministries and agencies who handled the case between Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and the UK-based oil company Heritage, according to both official and unofficial accounts.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

With Little Opposition Within, Kagame’s Biggest Worry in 2017 Will Be External

[East African] After a resounding endorsement in December 2015 that saw 98 per cent of voters support a third term for President Paul Kagame, his worries will be focused elsewhere in 2017.

[East African] After a resounding endorsement in December 2015 that saw 98 per cent of voters support a third term for President Paul Kagame, his worries will be focused elsewhere in 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Dr Amina Mohamed Discusses Setting Up of a JCC Between Kenya and Mauritius With the PM

[Government of Mauritius] The setting up of a Joint Commission of Cooperation (JCC) to further consolidate the bilateral relations between Mauritius and Kenya was at the fore of discussions this morning during a courtesy call by the Cabinet Secretary f…

[Government of Mauritius] The setting up of a Joint Commission of Cooperation (JCC) to further consolidate the bilateral relations between Mauritius and Kenya was at the fore of discussions this morning during a courtesy call by the Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Kenya, Dr Amina Mohamed and the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth at the New Treasury Building in Port Louis.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius