Tanzanian Mother Gives Birth to Quadruplets, Asks for Govt Support

[Citizen] A woman who gave birth to quadruplets through a caesarian section at the Morogoro Regional Referral Hospital is asking the government and Good Samaritans to assist her in the care of the babies.

[Citizen] A woman who gave birth to quadruplets through a caesarian section at the Morogoro Regional Referral Hospital is asking the government and Good Samaritans to assist her in the care of the babies.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mnangagwa Reveals 30km Walk Escaping G40 Assassins After Being Fired By Mugabe

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed walking more than 30 kilometres crossing the boundary between Zimbabwe and eastern neighbour Mozambique in a dramatic escape from G40 assassins.

[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed walking more than 30 kilometres crossing the boundary between Zimbabwe and eastern neighbour Mozambique in a dramatic escape from G40 assassins.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Worldremit Money Service Expands

[Observer] WorldRemit, a digital money transfer service, will invest $40 million as it seeks to reach an additional 10 million people in emerging markets with half coming from Africa.

[Observer] WorldRemit, a digital money transfer service, will invest $40 million as it seeks to reach an additional 10 million people in emerging markets with half coming from Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Court Kicks BOU Lead Lawyers Off Sudhir Crane Bank Case

[Observer] The lawyers who prepared the case against Sudhir Ruparelia, in which Bank of Uganda accuses the property mogul of stealing Shs 400 billion from Crane bank, can no longer represent the central bank in the case.

[Observer] The lawyers who prepared the case against Sudhir Ruparelia, in which Bank of Uganda accuses the property mogul of stealing Shs 400 billion from Crane bank, can no longer represent the central bank in the case.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Avoid Social Media Obsession, Police Told

[263Chat] Police officers should avoid social media obsession especially when on duty as this soils the image and reputation of the force, Acting Police Commissioner General, Godwin Matanga has said.

[263Chat] Police officers should avoid social media obsession especially when on duty as this soils the image and reputation of the force, Acting Police Commissioner General, Godwin Matanga has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe