Australian Firm Gets Kanywataba Exploration License

[Observer] Armour Energy Limited, an Australia-listed firm, has signed a production sharing agreement with Uganda to explore, develop and produce oil in the Kanywataba block in Ntoroko district.

[Observer] Armour Energy Limited, an Australia-listed firm, has signed a production sharing agreement with Uganda to explore, develop and produce oil in the Kanywataba block in Ntoroko district.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Do Not Intimidate Us, We Have the Support of the Army’

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -A section of NRM MPs behind the proposed amendment of article 102 of the constitution to lift the age limit of the presidency have said they will not be intimidated by anyone, stressing they have support of the army.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -A section of NRM MPs behind the proposed amendment of article 102 of the constitution to lift the age limit of the presidency have said they will not be intimidated by anyone, stressing they have support of the army.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kenya’s Central Bank Sets Stage for Repeal of Interest Rate Caps

[East African] The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Wednesday gave the clearest signal that it intends to push for a repeal of the year-old law capping interest rates because of the negative effect it has had on the economy.

[East African] The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Wednesday gave the clearest signal that it intends to push for a repeal of the year-old law capping interest rates because of the negative effect it has had on the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rwanda Needs More Pediatricians – Experts

[New Times] Rwanda pediatric association, an umbrella for pediatricians in the country, says there is need for more pediatricians in the country to help improve children’s health.

[New Times] Rwanda pediatric association, an umbrella for pediatricians in the country, says there is need for more pediatricians in the country to help improve children's health.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

PF Win Lunte Council Chairmanship

The ruling Patriotic Front has scooped the Lunte Council Chairmanship. PF candidate beat two other candidates in the by-election. Zambia’s main opposition UPND finished in third place. The numbers, however, seem to favour a UPND gain. The UPND has been … Continued

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The ruling Patriotic Front has scooped the Lunte Council Chairmanship. PF candidate beat two other candidates in the by-election. Zambia’s main opposition UPND finished in third place. The numbers, however, seem to favour a UPND gain. The UPND has been unknown in the Northern region and rarely breached the 100 vote mark in any election. This time UPND polled 1, 339 votes while the winner Simon Chanda had a massive 3, 435 voting tally. In second place was an Independent candidate with 1, 550. Lunte District are as follows: 1. PF. 3, 435 2. Indep. 1, 550 3. UPND. 1, 339. The post PF Win Lunte Council Chairmanship appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

International Day of Peace to Focus on Family

[New Times] On September 21, Rwanda will join the rest of the world to mark the International Day of Peace with the main focus on having cohesive families, according to the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC).

[New Times] On September 21, Rwanda will join the rest of the world to mark the International Day of Peace with the main focus on having cohesive families, according to the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Govt Gives Oil Exploration Licence to Australian Company

[Independent (Kampala)] Uganda has handed over the petroleum exploration license in the Kanywataba block in the Albertine area to an Australian company – Armour Energy Limited.

[Independent (Kampala)] Uganda has handed over the petroleum exploration license in the Kanywataba block in the Albertine area to an Australian company - Armour Energy Limited.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda