Winner of Face of Accra Fashion Week 2017 to Storm London Fashion Week

[Ghana Star] Grace Quaye is set to rock London Fashion Week this year. Winner of last years Face of Accra Fashion Week will be heading off to the UK later this year to participate in their grand fashion events during London Fashion Week S/S18 show.

[Ghana Star] Grace Quaye is set to rock London Fashion Week this year. Winner of last years Face of Accra Fashion Week will be heading off to the UK later this year to participate in their grand fashion events during London Fashion Week S/S18 show.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Harambee Stars New Kit – What They Said

[Nation] Some people don’t like change. Others do. So moments after Football Kenya Federation unveiled the new Harambee Stars kits for the next three years, there was bound to be divergent reactions.

[Nation] Some people don't like change. Others do. So moments after Football Kenya Federation unveiled the new Harambee Stars kits for the next three years, there was bound to be divergent reactions.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mugabe Spokesperson Charamba Survives Reshuffle

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has kept faith with his spokesperson and information ministry permanent secretary George Charamba who survived a Monday reshuffle of permanent secretaries by the veteran leader.

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has kept faith with his spokesperson and information ministry permanent secretary George Charamba who survived a Monday reshuffle of permanent secretaries by the veteran leader.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Most Independents Are Out for Personal Gain, Elders Say

[Nation] The Rift Valley Council of Elders has raised the alarm over the high number of independent candidates seeking elective posts in the coming elections, saying most of them are driven by selfish interests.

[Nation] The Rift Valley Council of Elders has raised the alarm over the high number of independent candidates seeking elective posts in the coming elections, saying most of them are driven by selfish interests.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Asians Return to Uganda 45 Years After 1972 Expulsion

[Monitor] 45 years is shy of being half a century. So you could understand the emotions when Ramesh Kotecha touched down at Entebbe International Airport. As he was disembarking, he stopped for a few seconds, took a deep breath then took in the breeze …

[Monitor] 45 years is shy of being half a century. So you could understand the emotions when Ramesh Kotecha touched down at Entebbe International Airport. As he was disembarking, he stopped for a few seconds, took a deep breath then took in the breeze off Lake Victoria's fresh waters, his eyes tearing.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kiaraitu Says Joint Team Agreed On Presidential Results Tallying

[Nation] Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi now says the parliamentary team on electoral reforms, which he co-chaired with Siaya Senator James Orengo, had agreed that presidential votes be announced at the national tallying centre.

[Nation] Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi now says the parliamentary team on electoral reforms, which he co-chaired with Siaya Senator James Orengo, had agreed that presidential votes be announced at the national tallying centre.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Political Nominees Face Supreme Integrity Test

[Nation] Dozens of political nominees, ranging from members of county assemblies to governors, have a reason to worry after the Supreme Court on Monday took charge of a case filed by the national agency on human rights, seeking to lock out contestants …

[Nation] Dozens of political nominees, ranging from members of county assemblies to governors, have a reason to worry after the Supreme Court on Monday took charge of a case filed by the national agency on human rights, seeking to lock out contestants who are either under investigation by anti-graft units or are facing court charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hoping for a Child Who Survives

[HRW] When 14-year-old Hassina had still not given birth after more than two days of labor, her family started to worry. She was bleeding and had passed out more than once from exhaustion and pain. The nearest hospital was miles away. Ambulances had no…

[HRW] When 14-year-old Hassina had still not given birth after more than two days of labor, her family started to worry. She was bleeding and had passed out more than once from exhaustion and pain. The nearest hospital was miles away. Ambulances had not been seen for years in the war-torn Nuba Mountains - the area of Sudan she called home - and nobody in her village owned a car.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan