Police Storm Senator Khalwale’s Home to Search for ‘Plans’ to Disrupt Poll

[Nairobi News] Police have stormed the home of former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale to search for alleged detailed plans to disrupt presidential elections due on Thursday.

[Nairobi News] Police have stormed the home of former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale to search for alleged detailed plans to disrupt presidential elections due on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ruling Party Youth Leader Accused of Embezzling Funds

[New Zimbabwe] Disgruntled Zanu PF youths protested at the party’s Chipinge district offices on Tuesday, accusing a senior official of embezzling funds meant for housing stands promised by ministers last year.

[New Zimbabwe] Disgruntled Zanu PF youths protested at the party's Chipinge district offices on Tuesday, accusing a senior official of embezzling funds meant for housing stands promised by ministers last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

External Audit Shows Systems Secure, Ready for Oct 26 Poll – OT-Morpho

[Capital FM] Nairobi -French IT firm OT-Morpho has stated its willingness to support the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to hold a credible and transparent fresh presidential election this Thursday, assuring that its systems are …

[Capital FM] Nairobi -French IT firm OT-Morpho has stated its willingness to support the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to hold a credible and transparent fresh presidential election this Thursday, assuring that its systems are secure.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Municipality Faces Resistance From Vendors

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality’s efforts to regularise the operations of vendors operating within its jurisdiction are facing stiff resistance, particularly from vendors in Makoni. Two weeks ago, the local authority issued an ultimatum to illega…

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality's efforts to regularise the operations of vendors operating within its jurisdiction are facing stiff resistance, particularly from vendors in Makoni. Two weeks ago, the local authority issued an ultimatum to illegal vendors to register by last Friday. The municipality's acting public relations officer Mr Aaron Mhonyera told The Herald that 1 559 vendors had been captured in their database.

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Typhoid Outbreak Hits Harare

[The Herald] Seventeen cases of typhoid have been confirmed at Matapi Flats in Mbare and authorities have since set up a 24-hour clinic to manage patients. The city’s director for health services, Dr Prosper Chonzi, told ZBC News yesterday that 12 pati…

[The Herald] Seventeen cases of typhoid have been confirmed at Matapi Flats in Mbare and authorities have since set up a 24-hour clinic to manage patients. The city's director for health services, Dr Prosper Chonzi, told ZBC News yesterday that 12 patients have since been transferred to Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospitals (BRIDH). "So far, we have confirmed 17 cases of typhoid," said Dr Chonzi.

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Government Spends Less As Foreign Grants Reduce

[Observer] Grants from donors to government dropped in August, partly contributing to a drop in public expenditure during the month, a state of the economy assessment has shown.

[Observer] Grants from donors to government dropped in August, partly contributing to a drop in public expenditure during the month, a state of the economy assessment has shown.

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Kaweesi Murder Suspect Abuses Nakawa Magistrate

[Observer] One of eight people who were yesterday committed to the High court for trial in the Andrew Felix Kaweesi murder case lost his cool and insulted Nakawa grade one magistrate, Noah Sajjabi.

[Observer] One of eight people who were yesterday committed to the High court for trial in the Andrew Felix Kaweesi murder case lost his cool and insulted Nakawa grade one magistrate, Noah Sajjabi.

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Age Limit Amendment Is ‘Unconstitutional’

[Observer] I have read Senior Counsel Peter Mulira’s thought-provoking article titled Constitution should not be tampered with by politicians in Daily Monitor of October 17, 2017.

[Observer] I have read Senior Counsel Peter Mulira's thought-provoking article titled Constitution should not be tampered with by politicians in Daily Monitor of October 17, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda