Wobbly Mugabe Demands Sanctions Removal

[New Zimbabwe] New York -President Robert Mugabe is among the few leaders attending a conference that seeks to push for implementation of sustainable use of oceans despite Zimbabwe being a landlocked country.

[New Zimbabwe] New York -President Robert Mugabe is among the few leaders attending a conference that seeks to push for implementation of sustainable use of oceans despite Zimbabwe being a landlocked country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Veteran Amukwiyu Wins Against Nekongo

[New Era] Swapo regional coordinator for Oshikoto Armas Amukwiyu dusted himself from yesterday’s defeat by Marx Nekongo in the Omuthiya district election to win against the same opponent in the Onayena district election held today.

[New Era] Swapo regional coordinator for Oshikoto Armas Amukwiyu dusted himself from yesterday's defeat by Marx Nekongo in the Omuthiya district election to win against the same opponent in the Onayena district election held today.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Karamoja Schools Aid Project Wins Award

[Observer] A project which refurbished 21 primary schools in the northeastern region of Karamoja has claimed the Global Partnership award (GPA) for the best education project, beating seven others worldwide to the prize.

[Observer] A project which refurbished 21 primary schools in the northeastern region of Karamoja has claimed the Global Partnership award (GPA) for the best education project, beating seven others worldwide to the prize.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Sugira Joins Amavubi Ahead of Car Clash

[New Times] AS Vital Club striker Ernest Sugira has joined the Amavubi training camp as the national team undergo final preparations ahead of the upcoming 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Central African Republic due on June 11 in Bangui.

[New Times] AS Vital Club striker Ernest Sugira has joined the Amavubi training camp as the national team undergo final preparations ahead of the upcoming 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Central African Republic due on June 11 in Bangui.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Police Name Suspects in Gulu Town Clerk Murder

[Observer] Police in Gulu has named Filbert Otim Baijuka, a former senior district principal officer in Amuru district, as a suspect in the murder of former Gulu deputy town clerk John Oola Omona.

[Observer] Police in Gulu has named Filbert Otim Baijuka, a former senior district principal officer in Amuru district, as a suspect in the murder of former Gulu deputy town clerk John Oola Omona.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Struggle Kids’ Removed From Ausspannplatz

[Namibian] Police this morning removed about 60 ‘struggle kids’ who had gathered at Ausspannplatz on Monday night for a planned march to Nipam in Olympia, Windhoek, where Cabinet secretary George Simataa’s office is.

[Namibian] Police this morning removed about 60 'struggle kids' who had gathered at Ausspannplatz on Monday night for a planned march to Nipam in Olympia, Windhoek, where Cabinet secretary George Simataa's office is.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Stella-Nyanzi-Inspired Makerere Students Challenge Bail Conditions

[Observer] Four Makerere University students who were released on a non-cash bail of Shs 10 million after being charged with holding an “unlawful procession” have lodged a High court challenge to what they say are untenable bail conditions under the law.

[Observer] Four Makerere University students who were released on a non-cash bail of Shs 10 million after being charged with holding an "unlawful procession" have lodged a High court challenge to what they say are untenable bail conditions under the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda