National Gallery, Artists Revisit the Military Takeover

[New Zimbabwe] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will this month host an exhibition which seeks to provide artists with a platform to reflect and interrogate the social and economic fabric in the country in the wake of the November coup which saw a chan…

[New Zimbabwe] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will this month host an exhibition which seeks to provide artists with a platform to reflect and interrogate the social and economic fabric in the country in the wake of the November coup which saw a change of guard in government.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Orders Aguma’s Release

[Monitor] Kampala -The High Court has ordered the release of former commandant of Police Professional Standards Unit, Joel Aguma from Makindye Military Barracks and payment of Shs200m to him in damages.

[Monitor] Kampala -The High Court has ordered the release of former commandant of Police Professional Standards Unit, Joel Aguma from Makindye Military Barracks and payment of Shs200m to him in damages.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Appointed Judges to Be Vetted Today

[Monitor] Parliament -The Appointments Committee of Parliament, is today expected to start the vetting exercise of judges who were recently appointed to new positions.

[Monitor] Parliament -The Appointments Committee of Parliament, is today expected to start the vetting exercise of judges who were recently appointed to new positions.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Golf – Eaton Revels in Nigeria Ladies Open Success

[Citizen] For Tanzania’s Top Female Golfer Angel Eaton, Her Triumph At the 2018 ‘IBB Nigeria Ladies Open’ On Sunday Surpasses Her Previous Triumphs Attained Across the Continent.

[Citizen] For Tanzania's Top Female Golfer Angel Eaton, Her Triumph At the 2018 'IBB Nigeria Ladies Open' On Sunday Surpasses Her Previous Triumphs Attained Across the Continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Nabeta, Mwiru Nominated for Jinja East MP Seat

[Monitor] Jinja -Four candidates were yesterday cleared to contest in the Jinja East constituency race, including NRM’s Nathan Nabeta Igeme and Forum for Democratic Change’s (FDC), Mr Paul Mwiru.

[Monitor] Jinja -Four candidates were yesterday cleared to contest in the Jinja East constituency race, including NRM's Nathan Nabeta Igeme and Forum for Democratic Change's (FDC), Mr Paul Mwiru.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Pan-Africanist Crusaders Promise Us a Raw Deal

[Monitor] Pan -Africanism has got many crusaders in Africa in general and Uganda in particular. But no serious fruits are forth coming. In reference to how pan-Africanists always project themselves as though they are working hard to salvage the African…

[Monitor] Pan -Africanism has got many crusaders in Africa in general and Uganda in particular. But no serious fruits are forth coming. In reference to how pan-Africanists always project themselves as though they are working hard to salvage the African land, it leaves a lot to be desired when you see what goes on in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Report Reveals Kenyatta’s New Cabinet’s Wealth

[Nairobi News] President Uhuru Kenyatta’s nine new nominees to the Cabinet have a combined net worth estimated at Sh2.2 billion, according to a report of the National Assembly Committee on Appointments.

[Nairobi News] President Uhuru Kenyatta's nine new nominees to the Cabinet have a combined net worth estimated at Sh2.2 billion, according to a report of the National Assembly Committee on Appointments.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Chaos As Former Police Commander Kirumira Tries to Leave Court

[Monitor] There was chaos at Naguru as former Buyende District Police Commander, ASP Muhammad Kirumira tried to march out of Police Court protesting what he described as harsh bail conditions.

[Monitor] There was chaos at Naguru as former Buyende District Police Commander, ASP Muhammad Kirumira tried to march out of Police Court protesting what he described as harsh bail conditions.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Naspers Closes Down OLX Offices in Kenya

[Balancing Act] London -A range of stats show that Africa’s digital content and services sector has grown and African consumers are using online services more than ever before. But the continuing high costs of consumer data and the challenges of e-comm…

[Balancing Act] London -A range of stats show that Africa's digital content and services sector has grown and African consumers are using online services more than ever before. But the continuing high costs of consumer data and the challenges of e-commerce make it a far from easy road. Russell Southwood looks at what these two pieces of news - the Zinox deal and the OLX office closures - tell us about the developing digital services sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya