There is Need to Promote Locally Produced Goods

[New Times] Last week, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and EAC Affairs raised the red flag, noting that the country still spends a lot of money on imports of items that are already being produced in the country.

[New Times] Last week, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and EAC Affairs raised the red flag, noting that the country still spends a lot of money on imports of items that are already being produced in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Challenge to Mugabe Powers Opens Can of Worms

[The Herald] Cracks have emerged in Zanu-PF leadership structures in Mashonaland Central over a controversial resolution that seeks to challenge the party’s one centre of power principle that empowers the President and First Secretary to appoint his de…

[The Herald] Cracks have emerged in Zanu-PF leadership structures in Mashonaland Central over a controversial resolution that seeks to challenge the party's one centre of power principle that empowers the President and First Secretary to appoint his deputies.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Brig Elwelu, the Commander Who Blew Up King Mumbere Palace

[Monitor] Kampala -His first major undertakings for Uganda went largely unnoticed before last Sunday when an operation he commanded left the Rwenzururu kingdom palace in Kasese town in ruins and dozens dead, with king Charles Wesley Mumbere subjected t…

[Monitor] Kampala -His first major undertakings for Uganda went largely unnoticed before last Sunday when an operation he commanded left the Rwenzururu kingdom palace in Kasese town in ruins and dozens dead, with king Charles Wesley Mumbere subjected to the ignominy of public arrest before his subjects.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mumbere Attack Was Blunder – Besigye

[Monitor] Kampala -Dr Kizza Besigye has described the Saturday deadly raid on King Wesley Mumbere’s palace by security forces as a tactical and strategic blunder that might explode into a national problem.

[Monitor] Kampala -Dr Kizza Besigye has described the Saturday deadly raid on King Wesley Mumbere's palace by security forces as a tactical and strategic blunder that might explode into a national problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Collaboration Saving Children’s Lives in Northeast and Protecting Them in the Future

[WFP] With more than 4.4 million people struggling in crisis and emergency food security levels in Borno and Yobe – the two states worst-hit by the Boko Haram conflict – UNICEF, the World Food Programme (WFP) and Action Against Hunger (AAH) are working…

[WFP] With more than 4.4 million people struggling in crisis and emergency food security levels in Borno and Yobe - the two states worst-hit by the Boko Haram conflict - UNICEF, the World Food Programme (WFP) and Action Against Hunger (AAH) are working together to give families in the two states greater access to food and to protect children from malnutrition.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ruling Party Wins Chimanimani By-Election

[The Herald] Zanu-PF at the weekend won the Chimanimani West by-election as Cde Nokuthula Matsikenyere beat three other contenders for the seat previously held by expelled Zanu-PF member Munacho Mutezo.Cde Matsikenyere polled 11 074 votes, beating inde…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF at the weekend won the Chimanimani West by-election as Cde Nokuthula Matsikenyere beat three other contenders for the seat previously held by expelled Zanu-PF member Munacho Mutezo.Cde Matsikenyere polled 11 074 votes, beating independent candidate Peter Mtetwa, who got 3 018, Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe's Peter Gudyanga (183) and National Constitutional Assembly's Peter Musaruka who garnered 171 votes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sports Minister Hlongwane, British Envoy Meet

[The Herald] Sport and Recreation Minister Makhosini Hlongwane yesterday met British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing to deliberate on possible areas of co-operation between the two countries. Laing paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Sport at…

[The Herald] Sport and Recreation Minister Makhosini Hlongwane yesterday met British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing to deliberate on possible areas of co-operation between the two countries. Laing paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Sport at his offices and they discussed issues around sport.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Jailed King Mumbere Speaks Out

[Monitor] Kampala/Kasese -The embattled Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere has refused police-provided meals as he spent a second night in custody at the Nalufenya Police Station following his brutal arrest on Sunday.

[Monitor] Kampala/Kasese -The embattled Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere has refused police-provided meals as he spent a second night in custody at the Nalufenya Police Station following his brutal arrest on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda