Buganda Royal Fight Threatens U.S.$ 250 Million Hospital Project

[Observer] Two Buganda royal families are locked in a battle for ownership of a 37-acre piece of land in Lubowa which was recently earmarked for a multi-billion hospital, writes JOSEPH KIMBOWA.

[Observer] Two Buganda royal families are locked in a battle for ownership of a 37-acre piece of land in Lubowa which was recently earmarked for a multi-billion hospital, writes JOSEPH KIMBOWA.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

U.S. Scout to Attend Schools Tournament

[The Herald] An internationally acclaimed United States football scout, Sicelo Remone Buthelezi, is in the country to grace a 20-team schools invitational tournament that begins today at Lord Malvern High School in Harare.

[The Herald] An internationally acclaimed United States football scout, Sicelo Remone Buthelezi, is in the country to grace a 20-team schools invitational tournament that begins today at Lord Malvern High School in Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Brake Failure Suspected Cause of Fatal Durban Accident

[News24Wire] Brake failure is suspected to have been the cause of a minibus taxi accident that claimed the lives of three people in Inanda, north of Durban on Thursday afternoon, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Friday.

[News24Wire] Brake failure is suspected to have been the cause of a minibus taxi accident that claimed the lives of three people in Inanda, north of Durban on Thursday afternoon, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Alliance Francaise Hosts Cultural Show

[The Herald] Mbira music lovers will be in a for a treat tomorrow night when mbira groups come together for a night to celebrate culture at Alliance Francaise.The event will be spiced up with traditional dancers that will take turns with gwenyambiras t…

[The Herald] Mbira music lovers will be in a for a treat tomorrow night when mbira groups come together for a night to celebrate culture at Alliance Francaise.The event will be spiced up with traditional dancers that will take turns with gwenyambiras to showcase cultural styles. It will be a night to celebrate culture and young marimba band will set the ball rolling. It has been dubbed "Mbira and Traditional Dance Winter Warmer Bira".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fighting Championship Rocked as Fighter Tests Positive for Marijuana

[News24Wire] EFC headquarters have received word from the South African Institute for Drug Free Sports (SAIDS) that Tumisang Madiba tested positive for a prohibited substance when he competed against Irshaad Sayed at EFC 58 in Cape Town.

[News24Wire] EFC headquarters have received word from the South African Institute for Drug Free Sports (SAIDS) that Tumisang Madiba tested positive for a prohibited substance when he competed against Irshaad Sayed at EFC 58 in Cape Town.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Supersport Wins Euro Deal

[Observer] SuperSport has scored broadcast rights on all platforms (including television, internet and mobile) to an array of major international football. This was disclosed on Wednesday at MultiChoice offices in Kololo.

[Observer] SuperSport has scored broadcast rights on all platforms (including television, internet and mobile) to an array of major international football. This was disclosed on Wednesday at MultiChoice offices in Kololo.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

EU Gives U.S.$94 Million for Refugees in Uganda

[Observer] The European Union (EU) has given a massive shot in the arm to the Uganda Solidarity Summit for refugees, which starts in Kampala today, by announcing that it will provide ?85 million (about Shs 340 billion) in humanitarian aid and longer te…

[Observer] The European Union (EU) has given a massive shot in the arm to the Uganda Solidarity Summit for refugees, which starts in Kampala today, by announcing that it will provide ?85 million (about Shs 340 billion) in humanitarian aid and longer term development assistance

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Investigate Societe Generale De Surveillance Vehicle Inspection, MPs Demand

[Observer] The ongoing mandatory inspection of vehicles by Swiss company Societe Generale De Surveillance (SGS) has drawn fierce criticism and calls from MPs for an investigation.

[Observer] The ongoing mandatory inspection of vehicles by Swiss company Societe Generale De Surveillance (SGS) has drawn fierce criticism and calls from MPs for an investigation.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda