2017 Exam Results Reveal Best, Worst Districts

[Monitor] Bukwo and Butaleja districts have topped the list of worst performed districts in 2017 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) examinations while Wakiso and Kampala have topped best performed districts.

[Monitor] Bukwo and Butaleja districts have topped the list of worst performed districts in 2017 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) examinations while Wakiso and Kampala have topped best performed districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘I Almost Lost the Baby Due to Protest Action’ – Free State Mom

[News24Wire] The Free State health department says protest action in QwaQwa, where residents barricaded roads with burning tyres and rocks, has affected the health care services.

[News24Wire] The Free State health department says protest action in QwaQwa, where residents barricaded roads with burning tyres and rocks, has affected the health care services.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Two Trapped in Gauteng Mine

[News24Wire] Rescue operations are currently underway for two trapped miners at the Kloof Ikamva shaft of Sibanye-Stillwater’s mine in Gauteng, after a fall of ground early on Wednesday morning.

[News24Wire] Rescue operations are currently underway for two trapped miners at the Kloof Ikamva shaft of Sibanye-Stillwater's mine in Gauteng, after a fall of ground early on Wednesday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Here We Come, New Centre Warns Criminals

[Daily News] Tanzania is set to strengthen comprehensive military training to reduce security threats from criminals, thanks to the newly inaugurated 67.87bn/- Comprehensive Training Centre (CTC) with numerous technological advancements and breakthroughs.

[Daily News] Tanzania is set to strengthen comprehensive military training to reduce security threats from criminals, thanks to the newly inaugurated 67.87bn/- Comprehensive Training Centre (CTC) with numerous technological advancements and breakthroughs.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

How Weavers Are Now On Europe’s Migration Front Line

[IRIN] Ouagadugu -Speed, endurance, dexterity and an eye for colour: just some of the skills needed when weaving on a loom. Eveline Ouédraogo masters them all. Without visible effort, this Burkinabé woman rapidly moves her feet over the pedals, her hands manoeuvring 40 brightly coloured coils of thread.

[IRIN] Ouagadugu -Speed, endurance, dexterity and an eye for colour: just some of the skills needed when weaving on a loom. Eveline Ouédraogo masters them all. Without visible effort, this Burkinabé woman rapidly moves her feet over the pedals, her hands manoeuvring 40 brightly coloured coils of thread.

source: AllAfrica News: Burkina Faso

Mzembi Passport Bid Delayed

[The Herald] Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi, who is in trouble for donating State property, yesterday unsuccessfully pleaded with the magistrates’ court to give him back his passport as he intends to travel abroad. The State, which was r…

[The Herald] Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi, who is in trouble for donating State property, yesterday unsuccessfully pleaded with the magistrates' court to give him back his passport as he intends to travel abroad. The State, which was represented by Mr Michael Reza, opposed the application for the release of the passport, saying Mzembi was a flight risk.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Distance to School Matters for Pupils

[The Herald] At a tender age of eight, Natasha (Not her real name) wakes up daily at 5am to prepare for her long trek to school. She stays with her mother in Chitungwiza, a sprawling dormitory town about 35km south of the capital, Harare.

[The Herald] At a tender age of eight, Natasha (Not her real name) wakes up daily at 5am to prepare for her long trek to school. She stays with her mother in Chitungwiza, a sprawling dormitory town about 35km south of the capital, Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rukoro Utterances Dismay German Foundation

[New Era] Windhoek -Recent outbursts attributed to Ovaherero Chief, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, has ruffled the feathers of the board chairperson of the Namibia-German Foundation (NaDS), Andreas Harris, who is appalled by the comments.

[New Era] Windhoek -Recent outbursts attributed to Ovaherero Chief, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, has ruffled the feathers of the board chairperson of the Namibia-German Foundation (NaDS), Andreas Harris, who is appalled by the comments.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia