Suspect Arrested for Possession of Drugs and Illegal Possession of Ammunition in Lentegeur

[SAPS] Western Cape: Vigilant police members attached to Lentegeur SAPS Crime Prevention Unit were performing patrols on Friday at about 18:10 in the Lentegeur area when they noticed a white Mazda vehicle. The driver known to members, then sped off, wh…

[SAPS] Western Cape: Vigilant police members attached to Lentegeur SAPS Crime Prevention Unit were performing patrols on Friday at about 18:10 in the Lentegeur area when they noticed a white Mazda vehicle. The driver known to members, then sped off, which led to a pursuit ending in Malva Street, Lentegeur. The suspect attempted to flee from police however swift police action has led to his apprehension and upon searching the vehicle they found 3500 mandrax tablets, with an estimated street value R150 000 and 18x

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

We Need to Talk About Zambia As It Falls From Grace

[The Conversation Africa] Zambia has often been ignored by the international media. One reason for this neglect is that it’s been comparatively unexceptional, on a continent with more than its fair share of extremes.

[The Conversation Africa] Zambia has often been ignored by the international media. One reason for this neglect is that it's been comparatively unexceptional, on a continent with more than its fair share of extremes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

SAPS Investigating Death of Unknown Woman Following the Discovey of a Decomposed Body

[SAPS] The Police in Malamulele outside Giyani are investigating the death of an unknown person after the discovery of the severely decomposed body of a woman between Mukhomi and Mavambe villages near Malamulele this morning.

[SAPS] The Police in Malamulele outside Giyani are investigating the death of an unknown person after the discovery of the severely decomposed body of a woman between Mukhomi and Mavambe villages near Malamulele this morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Buddu, Mawogola Share Spoils in Masaza Opener

[Observer] The stage was set for Buddu, the Airtel Masaza Cup defending champions, to kickoff the 2017 edition with a bang in front of their home supporters at Masaka recreation grounds on Saturday.

[Observer] The stage was set for Buddu, the Airtel Masaza Cup defending champions, to kickoff the 2017 edition with a bang in front of their home supporters at Masaka recreation grounds on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

More Reactions to Mzee’s Facebook Post

[Observer] MZEE: In my previous Al Jazeera interview, the journalist asked if I am going to stand again for president. I told him I will follow our constitution. He also asked if I am going to change the Constitution to be able to stand again and I tol…

[Observer] MZEE: In my previous Al Jazeera interview, the journalist asked if I am going to stand again for president. I told him I will follow our constitution. He also asked if I am going to change the Constitution to be able to stand again and I told him I will follow our constitution. My friends, didn't I manage him?

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Spy Agencies Force Police to Own Up to Torture

[Observer] Suspects in custody at Nalufenya police station over the alleged killing of the late Assistant Inspector General of Police Andrew Felix Kaweesi, have a shocking habit of turning up in public with grisly torture marks and wounds.

[Observer] Suspects in custody at Nalufenya police station over the alleged killing of the late Assistant Inspector General of Police Andrew Felix Kaweesi, have a shocking habit of turning up in public with grisly torture marks and wounds.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Opposition Plot to Fight KCCA Bill

[Observer] Government has tabled in parliament an amendment to the current Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Act, which seeks to clip the power and influence of the lord mayor and instead prop up the minister and technocrats.

[Observer] Government has tabled in parliament an amendment to the current Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Act, which seeks to clip the power and influence of the lord mayor and instead prop up the minister and technocrats.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda