Attacked for Body Parts, Tanzanian Albino Children Get New Limbs in U.S.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Philadelphia -Four Tanzanian children with albinism are in the U.S. to get prosthetic limbs to replace those hacked off in superstition-driven attacks in their homeland

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Philadelphia -Four Tanzanian children with albinism are in the U.S. to get prosthetic limbs to replace those hacked off in superstition-driven attacks in their homeland

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Museveni Sends His Personal Assistant to UK Military Academy

[Monitor] President Museveni has sent his personal assistant Maj Edith Nakalema for a one year senior command and staff course at London-based Shrivenham Defence Academy, in a move sources say; is intended to “diffuse tension and frosty work relations”…

[Monitor] President Museveni has sent his personal assistant Maj Edith Nakalema for a one year senior command and staff course at London-based Shrivenham Defence Academy, in a move sources say; is intended to "diffuse tension and frosty work relations" at the country's seat of power, Daily Monitor has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Pays 20 Whistleblowers N375.8 Million

[Premium Times] The federal government said on Wednesday it had released about N375.8 million for payment of 20 whistleblowers who provided information that led to the recovery over N11.6 billion.

[Premium Times] The federal government said on Wednesday it had released about N375.8 million for payment of 20 whistleblowers who provided information that led to the recovery over N11.6 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Telkom Kenya Acquires New Identity

[East African] Telkom Kenya has assumed a new brand identity in another attempt to battle for a bigger share of the telecoms market that is largely dominated by Safaricom.

[East African] Telkom Kenya has assumed a new brand identity in another attempt to battle for a bigger share of the telecoms market that is largely dominated by Safaricom.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenyan Regulator Says Rwanda Complaints Prompted Planned Call Monitoring System

[East African] Kenya’s communications sector regulator has claimed that complaints by Rwanda over usage of unregistered phones by Kenyan fraudsters was behind the planned installation of a call and text monitoring system that telecom operators have bra…

[East African] Kenya's communications sector regulator has claimed that complaints by Rwanda over usage of unregistered phones by Kenyan fraudsters was behind the planned installation of a call and text monitoring system that telecom operators have branded a spying tool.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda