Police Confiscate 150 Cartons of Sachet Waragi

[Monitor] Gulu -Police in Gulu District on Tuesday raided several shops within the municipality and confiscated more than 150 cartons of sachet waragi as the district commences implementation of the Sachet Waragi Ordinance.

[Monitor] Gulu -Police in Gulu District on Tuesday raided several shops within the municipality and confiscated more than 150 cartons of sachet waragi as the district commences implementation of the Sachet Waragi Ordinance.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Africa’s Farmers Are the Most Hit By Climate Change

[Monitor] This year, the most important and urgent developments for millions of smallholder farmers have been rising temperatures, the resulting crop failure, and the consequent loss of livelihoods and destitution of millions of households across the v…

[Monitor] This year, the most important and urgent developments for millions of smallholder farmers have been rising temperatures, the resulting crop failure, and the consequent loss of livelihoods and destitution of millions of households across the vastness of the African agro-ecological landscapes.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

KGU, Frontiers Sign Sport Advisory Pact

[Nation] The Kenya Golf Union (KGU) on Thursday became the latest sporting body in the country to sign a sport advisory partnership agreement with Frontiers Sport East Africa.

[Nation] The Kenya Golf Union (KGU) on Thursday became the latest sporting body in the country to sign a sport advisory partnership agreement with Frontiers Sport East Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Wole Soyinka, Internet Trolls and the Death of Discourse

[Guardian] As I type this, there are possibly hundreds of Internet trolls daydreaming about having the last word on Wole Soyinka’s Green Card. I say get over it. It is within Wole Soyinka’s rights to destroy his Green Card, using any means convenient t…

[Guardian] As I type this, there are possibly hundreds of Internet trolls daydreaming about having the last word on Wole Soyinka's Green Card. I say get over it. It is within Wole Soyinka's rights to destroy his Green Card, using any means convenient to him: to burn it, tear it, use it to wrap suya, convert it to a dustpan, feed it to his paper-eating dog or flush it down the water closet. It is his choice and not a zone for a cyber bully to legislate upon. Soyinka claimed to have destroyed the card. So be it. People

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Exclusive – Inside the Fierce Intrigues That Blocked Magu From Top EFCC Job

[Premium Times] The Senate’s refusal to confirm Ibrahim Magu as head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, was months in coming. In the end, it was a rancorous power-play involving the Senate, the State Security Service, and the Presidency t…

[Premium Times] The Senate's refusal to confirm Ibrahim Magu as head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, was months in coming. In the end, it was a rancorous power-play involving the Senate, the State Security Service, and the Presidency that sealed Mr. Magu's fate.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

We Won’t Be Cowed By Dictatorial Tactics, Doctors’ Union Says

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Talks called by the Labour Ministry to resolve the doctors’ strike hit a deadlock yet again after the medics walked out while accusing the government side of employing dictatorial tactics.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Talks called by the Labour Ministry to resolve the doctors' strike hit a deadlock yet again after the medics walked out while accusing the government side of employing dictatorial tactics.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya