Change Is in the Air in Once-Sleepy Lindi

[Citizen] While the twitteratti glitterati in our cities and towns are busy finding fault on social media highways, our brothers and sisters in Lindi Region have taken the message of Hapa Kazi Tu quite literally.

[Citizen] While the twitteratti glitterati in our cities and towns are busy finding fault on social media highways, our brothers and sisters in Lindi Region have taken the message of Hapa Kazi Tu quite literally.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mogadishu Flights Safe from Laptop Attacks – Officials

[VOA] The United States and Britain banned passengers last month on several Middle Eastern airlines from carrying laptop and tablet computers onto the plane. Officials cited airline safety concerns as the reason, and pointed specifically to a February …

[VOA] The United States and Britain banned passengers last month on several Middle Eastern airlines from carrying laptop and tablet computers onto the plane. Officials cited airline safety concerns as the reason, and pointed specifically to a February 2016 attack on a flight of the Somali airline Daallo, in which a passenger set off a bomb concealed in a laptop, killing himself.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Lipumba’s CUF Admits to Have Sent Its People to Interrupt Rivals’ Meeting

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Civic United Front (CUF) faction led by Prof Ibrahim Lipumba on Tuesday said people who interrupted another CUF meeting at Vina Hotel were sent by them.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Civic United Front (CUF) faction led by Prof Ibrahim Lipumba on Tuesday said people who interrupted another CUF meeting at Vina Hotel were sent by them.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Is Tsvangirai’s Party Divided Over Coalition?

[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai unilaterally signed Memoranda of Understanding with some opposition political parties for a mooted coalition of opposition parties despite the fact that nine out of the party’s 15 provinces rejected the pr…

[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai unilaterally signed Memoranda of Understanding with some opposition political parties for a mooted coalition of opposition parties despite the fact that nine out of the party's 15 provinces rejected the proposal during his tour of provinces.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Army Worm Now Turns to Vegetables, Bananas As Government Mulls Aerial Spray

[Monitor] Kampala -The fall armyworms that have mainly been attacking cereal crops such as maize and sugar cane have now turned to bananas and several vegetables sending panic among stakeholders on future food security and incomes.

[Monitor] Kampala -The fall armyworms that have mainly been attacking cereal crops such as maize and sugar cane have now turned to bananas and several vegetables sending panic among stakeholders on future food security and incomes.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Locals Cite Fraud in Compensation As Kitgum Road Project Near End

[Monitor] “When I went to sign for my voucher to be compensated for my land and permanent house, they folded the voucher and asked me to sign. I was not able to know how much money I was signing for. They said it was a huge sum and that it was risky fo…

[Monitor] "When I went to sign for my voucher to be compensated for my land and permanent house, they folded the voucher and asked me to sign. I was not able to know how much money I was signing for. They said it was a huge sum and that it was risky for me to open the voucher while there. They said if I did, thugs would follow me and attack me. I complied with what I was told. When I reached home, I opened the voucher and realised I only had slightly over Shs2.2 million."

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cornered Poacher Guns Down Ranger

[The Herald] Police here have arrested a 41-year-old suspected poacher after he shot and killed a game ranger at Nottingham Estate, 40km south west of Beitbridge town.

[The Herald] Police here have arrested a 41-year-old suspected poacher after he shot and killed a game ranger at Nottingham Estate, 40km south west of Beitbridge town.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Businessman Chivayo Says He Doesn’t Understand Shona Used in Lawsuit

[The Herald] BUSINESSMAN Mr Wicknell Chivayo says he does not understand the Shona language that is used in the $500 000 suit filed by Sunday Mail journalist Garikai Mazara and that the vernacular parts must be expunged from the plaintiff’s declaration.

[The Herald] BUSINESSMAN Mr Wicknell Chivayo says he does not understand the Shona language that is used in the $500 000 suit filed by Sunday Mail journalist Garikai Mazara and that the vernacular parts must be expunged from the plaintiff's declaration.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe