Al-Bashir Witnesses Graduation of Batches 66 and 46 of Law and Police Sciences College

[SNA] Khartoum -President of the Republic and Supreme Commander of the Police Forces, Field Marshal Omer Al-Basher witnessed, Sunday, at Al-Merrikh Stadium , the police celebration on the graduation of batches, 66 and 46- Technicians, of the students o…

[SNA] Khartoum -President of the Republic and Supreme Commander of the Police Forces, Field Marshal Omer Al-Basher witnessed, Sunday, at Al-Merrikh Stadium , the police celebration on the graduation of batches, 66 and 46- Technicians, of the students of Law and Police Sciences College.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

3 Drown in Separate Incidents

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Republic Police has recorded a rise in the number of drowning cases. With the rainy season now in full swing, police are urging Zimbabweans to exercise caution when crossing rivers. In a case recorded in Epworth, just outside …

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Republic Police has recorded a rise in the number of drowning cases. With the rainy season now in full swing, police are urging Zimbabweans to exercise caution when crossing rivers. In a case recorded in Epworth, just outside Harare recently, an 18- month-old baby drowned in a well while the mother was doing house- hold chores. In a related incident, a four-year-old girl was playing with her friends when she stepped on a metal sheet covering a well and slipped in.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Puntland Forces Retake Qandala From Militants

[Shabelle] Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland troops have retaken control of the seaside city of Qandala located in Bari region from pro-Islamic state militants on Sunday after a combat.

[Shabelle] Somalia's semi-autonomous Puntland troops have retaken control of the seaside city of Qandala located in Bari region from pro-Islamic state militants on Sunday after a combat.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Caps United Dream On

[The Herald] NEWLY-crowned Castle Lager Premiership champions CAPS United are dreaming big and want to make an impact on their return to the Champions League stage, with club chief executive Cuthbert Chitima revealing an audacious bid to reach to the g…

[The Herald] NEWLY-crowned Castle Lager Premiership champions CAPS United are dreaming big and want to make an impact on their return to the Champions League stage, with club chief executive Cuthbert Chitima revealing an audacious bid to reach to the group stage next year. CAPS United swept all the major accolades at the Premiership awards night on Friday with Lloyd Chitembwe claiming the Coach of The Year award, while Hardlife Zvirekwi was named the Soccer Star and veteran striker Leonard Tsipa the first runner up.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Set Up Consumer Protection Body Next Year

[New Times] Consumers and groups advocating for the rights of buyers of goods and services have reason to smile following announcement by government of plans to set up a new body to monitor the implementation of consumer-related trade laws, and standards.

[New Times] Consumers and groups advocating for the rights of buyers of goods and services have reason to smile following announcement by government of plans to set up a new body to monitor the implementation of consumer-related trade laws, and standards.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Famine and Fat – Malawi’s Double-Edged Nutrition Problem

[Deutsche Welle] Malawi faces a hunger crisis triggered by drought and poor harvests. Yet the country also has a small but growing problem with obesity. One hospital sees more that 50 hypertension or diabetes patients a day.

[Deutsche Welle] Malawi faces a hunger crisis triggered by drought and poor harvests. Yet the country also has a small but growing problem with obesity. One hospital sees more that 50 hypertension or diabetes patients a day.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Seeks Funding

[The Herald] Government is pursuing numerous avenues to fund the country’s economic blueprint Zim-Asset, which requires at least $27 billion for full implementation, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda has said. Government i…

[The Herald] Government is pursuing numerous avenues to fund the country's economic blueprint Zim-Asset, which requires at least $27 billion for full implementation, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda has said. Government is pursuing joint ventures and equity funding among its options, including loans.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

King Wesley Mumbere – Victim or Villain as 100 are Killed in Kasese Massacre?

[Independent (Kampala)] On Nov. 14, two police officers on guard at Queen Elizabeth National Park in Kasese district were attacked and killed by unknown assailants who grabbed their two guns and disappeared.

[Independent (Kampala)] On Nov. 14, two police officers on guard at Queen Elizabeth National Park in Kasese district were attacked and killed by unknown assailants who grabbed their two guns and disappeared.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Scientists Alarmed At Uranium Mining in Selous Game Reserve

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -When the government agreed to cede part of Selous Game Reserve for uranium mining, the then minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Ezekiel Maige, was quoted as saying part of the money from the mining activities would b…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -When the government agreed to cede part of Selous Game Reserve for uranium mining, the then minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Ezekiel Maige, was quoted as saying part of the money from the mining activities would be used to develop the animal sanctuary.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania