Govt Bans Alcoholic Drinks Packed in Plastic Sachets

[Daily News] FOLLOWING the ban on alcoholic drinks packed in plastic sachets, commonly referred to as ‘viroba,’ the government has revoked permits for production and importation of 20 varieties of the hard liquor which had earlier been approved by the …

[Daily News] FOLLOWING the ban on alcoholic drinks packed in plastic sachets, commonly referred to as 'viroba,' the government has revoked permits for production and importation of 20 varieties of the hard liquor which had earlier been approved by the Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Okwi in Great Shape Ahead of Cranes-Harambee Stars Showdown

[Nation] Uganda’s national football team, the Cranes, touched down in Nairobi Tuesday ahead of Thursday’s friendly match with the Harambee Stars at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos with no love lost between the East African neighbours.

[Nation] Uganda's national football team, the Cranes, touched down in Nairobi Tuesday ahead of Thursday's friendly match with the Harambee Stars at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos with no love lost between the East African neighbours.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

VP Mphoko Pleads for Donors’ Money, Vows Govt Won’t Abuse the Gesture

[New Zimbabwe] VICE president Phelekezela Mphoko has assured the humanitarian agencies in the country that all goods and services that will be donated to assist the people that were by affected by cyclone Dineo floods will be put to good use.

[New Zimbabwe] VICE president Phelekezela Mphoko has assured the humanitarian agencies in the country that all goods and services that will be donated to assist the people that were by affected by cyclone Dineo floods will be put to good use.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pope Apologizes for Church Failure During Rwandan Genocide

[CISA] Vatican City -Pope Francis on March 20 expressed his sadness for members of the Catholic Church who participated in the 1994 genocide, asking for forgiveness and assuring those who still suffer of his prayer.

[CISA] Vatican City -Pope Francis on March 20 expressed his sadness for members of the Catholic Church who participated in the 1994 genocide, asking for forgiveness and assuring those who still suffer of his prayer.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Envoy Slams Media’s ‘Negative Portrayal’ of Country

[The Herald] French Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Richard Boidin has described as unfair the negative portrayal of Zimbabwe by Western media, saying reality on the ground did not match images conveyed abroad. Ambassador Boidin said this in an interview yes…

[The Herald] French Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Richard Boidin has described as unfair the negative portrayal of Zimbabwe by Western media, saying reality on the ground did not match images conveyed abroad. Ambassador Boidin said this in an interview yesterday after paying a courtesy call on Senate President Cde Edna Madzongwe at Parliament Building, together with a delegation from the French Parliament's chapter of the Zimbabwe-France Parliamentary Friendship Association.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mutebi Wants KCCA to Retain Thrust After Drawing Al Masry

[Monitor] Kampala -Having stretched African champions Mamelodi Sundowns for long periods in their Caf Champions league meeting before a 3-2 aggregate loss, KCCA have reason to feel confident of making the group stages of the Caf Confederation Cup.

[Monitor] Kampala -Having stretched African champions Mamelodi Sundowns for long periods in their Caf Champions league meeting before a 3-2 aggregate loss, KCCA have reason to feel confident of making the group stages of the Caf Confederation Cup.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Chinese Men Paying U.S.$2 for Sex With Little Girls – Report

[New Zimbabwe] CHINESE nationals in Victoria Falls are taking advantage of poverty stricken underage girls whom they are offering $2 for sex, an investigation by a local child rights lobby organization has found.

[New Zimbabwe] CHINESE nationals in Victoria Falls are taking advantage of poverty stricken underage girls whom they are offering $2 for sex, an investigation by a local child rights lobby organization has found.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe