Kadaga to Stop Arbitrary School Fees Charges

[Monitor] The Speaker of Parliament, Ms Rebecca Kadaga, has pledged to stop the haphazard increase and high charges of tuition and non-tuition fees by Government-aided schools, which she says is frustrating children’s talents.

[Monitor] The Speaker of Parliament, Ms Rebecca Kadaga, has pledged to stop the haphazard increase and high charges of tuition and non-tuition fees by Government-aided schools, which she says is frustrating children's talents.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Activist Detained Over Refugee Camp Relocation Campaign

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in the northern border district of Karonga on Wednesday detained the fearless youth activist Steven Simsokwe for campaigning against the relocation of a refugee camp from Dzaleka in Dowa to Katili in Traditional Authority (T…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in the northern border district of Karonga on Wednesday detained the fearless youth activist Steven Simsokwe for campaigning against the relocation of a refugee camp from Dzaleka in Dowa to Katili in Traditional Authority (T/A) Kyungu in Karonga.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Judiciary Seeks to Control Legal Aid Fund

[Nation] Chief Justice David Maraga wants the Legal Aid Act amended to allow the Judiciary to control the money intended to provide free representation to low-income Kenyans.

[Nation] Chief Justice David Maraga wants the Legal Aid Act amended to allow the Judiciary to control the money intended to provide free representation to low-income Kenyans.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Malawi Court Dismisses Murekezi Extradition Case

[New Times] Lilongwe -The Lilongwe Principal Resident Magistrate Court yesterday (today) dismissed the extradition case against suspected Rwandan genocide convict Vincent Murekezi.

[New Times] Lilongwe -The Lilongwe Principal Resident Magistrate Court yesterday (today) dismissed the extradition case against suspected Rwandan genocide convict Vincent Murekezi.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Legal Framework Impedes Extradition of Genocide Suspect From Malawi

[New Times] A Malawian court on Tuesday ruled that it could not sanction the extradition of a Genocide suspect living in the country, unless the two countries work out an extradition treaty to guide the transfer of suspects.

[New Times] A Malawian court on Tuesday ruled that it could not sanction the extradition of a Genocide suspect living in the country, unless the two countries work out an extradition treaty to guide the transfer of suspects.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ex-Minister Imena in Court, Faces Favouritism Charges

[New Times] The former state minister for mining, Evode Imena, and his co-accused were today arraigned in Nyarugenge High Court, weeks after they were arrested on corruption charges.

[New Times] The former state minister for mining, Evode Imena, and his co-accused were today arraigned in Nyarugenge High Court, weeks after they were arrested on corruption charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda