Odinga – Reasons Why US Stopped Health Funding

[Nation] National Super Alliance (Nasa) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has blamed the Jubilee administration for the decision by the US government to withdraw funding to the health sector.

[Nation] National Super Alliance (Nasa) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has blamed the Jubilee administration for the decision by the US government to withdraw funding to the health sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hunter Drives Through State House Barricades

[The Herald] A South African man who was arrested over the weekend after he drove his vehicle through the barricades at State House along Borrowdale Road at around 3am, was yesterday fined $150 for trespassing.

[The Herald] A South African man who was arrested over the weekend after he drove his vehicle through the barricades at State House along Borrowdale Road at around 3am, was yesterday fined $150 for trespassing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Electoral Commission Boss Petitions Parliament Over Shs7 Billion Polls Money

[Monitor] Parliament -The chairman of the Electoral Commission Justice Simon Byabakama has petitioned Parliament over the delayed approval of Shs7 billion needed to organise elections in newly-created districts.

[Monitor] Parliament -The chairman of the Electoral Commission Justice Simon Byabakama has petitioned Parliament over the delayed approval of Shs7 billion needed to organise elections in newly-created districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Legislators Approve Police Boss Kayihura’s New Contract

[Monitor] The Appointments Committee of Parliament has approved the extension of Gen Kale Kayihura’s contract to serve another three-year term as the Inspector General of Police.

[Monitor] The Appointments Committee of Parliament has approved the extension of Gen Kale Kayihura's contract to serve another three-year term as the Inspector General of Police.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Oil Contracts Under Probe Over Corruption Allegations

[Nyasa Times] Anti-Corruption Bureau has launched investigation into whether money corruptly changed hands during the rushed signing of production-sharing agreements in regard to three of Malawi’s petroleum blocks just eight days before May 20 2014 ele…

[Nyasa Times] Anti-Corruption Bureau has launched investigation into whether money corruptly changed hands during the rushed signing of production-sharing agreements in regard to three of Malawi's petroleum blocks just eight days before May 20 2014 elections in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Council Stops Filling Vacant Posts

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Harare City Council has decided to stop filling vacant positions until a semblance of service delivery is realised in the city. Interviews for positions in Grades 16 to 4 have been stopped across council, pending review o…

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Harare City Council has decided to stop filling vacant positions until a semblance of service delivery is realised in the city. Interviews for positions in Grades 16 to 4 have been stopped across council, pending review of council policy on recruitment and filling of vacant positions. But the filling of vacant top posts will continue, with management concerned that the decision by council may demotivate employees in the lower grades.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Red Cross Society Launches Flag Week

[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) on Monday launched its annual flag week to mobilize resources and donations to enable the Society assist people in need.

[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) on Monday launched its annual flag week to mobilize resources and donations to enable the Society assist people in need.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Three Nations Combine in Fight Against Malaria

[The Herald] Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi have agreed to collaborate in fighting malaria and diarrhoeal diseases, amid revelations that 949 people have died of the disease since the beginning of this year in the three countries. There were four mill…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi have agreed to collaborate in fighting malaria and diarrhoeal diseases, amid revelations that 949 people have died of the disease since the beginning of this year in the three countries. There were four million recorded cases of malaria in the three countries during the same period. A further 13 016 people were treated for typhoid and another 2 131 were treated for cholera, of which a sizable number of cases occurred along the border lines.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi