Raila Odinga Demands Cancellation of Printing Tender

[Nation] Orange Democratic Movement presidential candidate Raila Odinga on Tuesday demanded the cancellation of the Sh2.5 billion tender for the printing of ballot papers that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission awarded a Dubai company.

[Nation] Orange Democratic Movement presidential candidate Raila Odinga on Tuesday demanded the cancellation of the Sh2.5 billion tender for the printing of ballot papers that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission awarded a Dubai company.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Family Stuck With Patient for 11 Years As They Await Museveni’s Pledge

[Monitor] Mr Herbert Ssenkubuge, a 35-year-old resident of Kawumu village in Makulubita Sub County in Luweero District, has been bedridden for the last 11 years due to the failure by his family to raise money for his treatment.

[Monitor] Mr Herbert Ssenkubuge, a 35-year-old resident of Kawumu village in Makulubita Sub County in Luweero District, has been bedridden for the last 11 years due to the failure by his family to raise money for his treatment.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Magufuli’s Report Has Damaged Mkapa, Kikwete’s Legacy

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Findings of the two presidential committees on the export of mineral concentrates and the steps President John Magufuli wants to take and get rid of the rot in the mineral sector has swiftly stained the legacy of Former Preside…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Findings of the two presidential committees on the export of mineral concentrates and the steps President John Magufuli wants to take and get rid of the rot in the mineral sector has swiftly stained the legacy of Former President Benjamin Mkapa.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Worm Attacks on Kenya Seed Farms Tamed

[Nation] Kenya Seed Company (KSC) has brought the armyworm attack on its farms, which threatened supply of maize seedlings to farmers and ultimately food security, under control.

[Nation] Kenya Seed Company (KSC) has brought the armyworm attack on its farms, which threatened supply of maize seedlings to farmers and ultimately food security, under control.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Sulu Pleads for Peace Order Against ‘Abusive’ Ex

[The Herald] Orchestra Dendera Kings frontman Sulumani Chimbetu yesterday pleaded with the court to intervene and grant him a peace order against his ex-wife whom he accused of abusing him in an emotionally and highly charged maintenance trial.

[The Herald] Orchestra Dendera Kings frontman Sulumani Chimbetu yesterday pleaded with the court to intervene and grant him a peace order against his ex-wife whom he accused of abusing him in an emotionally and highly charged maintenance trial.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Miss Zimbabwe-UK Finalists Selected

[The Herald] Eight UK-based Zimbabwean girls were short-listed for the finale of Miss World Zimbabwe-UK, which is scheduled to take place on July 1 at De Vere Grand Connaught in Holborn, London.

[The Herald] Eight UK-based Zimbabwean girls were short-listed for the finale of Miss World Zimbabwe-UK, which is scheduled to take place on July 1 at De Vere Grand Connaught in Holborn, London.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stop Using Bombastic Words, Opposition MPs Tell Minister Dausi

[Nyasa Times] Opposition Members of Parliament (MPs) on Tuesday stopped Minister of Information Nicholas Dausi from answering a question asked by MP for Mulanje Bale to his ministry because of his long-winded style of answers.

[Nyasa Times] Opposition Members of Parliament (MPs) on Tuesday stopped Minister of Information Nicholas Dausi from answering a question asked by MP for Mulanje Bale to his ministry because of his long-winded style of answers.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tenants Defied Police Order to Vacate Doomed Building

[Nation] Occupants of a doomed building in the city were on Tuesday paying heavily after defying police orders to vacate three hours before it collapsed, injuring five people, among them a mother and her three children.

[Nation] Occupants of a doomed building in the city were on Tuesday paying heavily after defying police orders to vacate three hours before it collapsed, injuring five people, among them a mother and her three children.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya