Chief Justice Appointment Chaos Vindicates NCA, Says Madhuku

[New Zimbabwe] NATIONAL Constitutional Assembly (NCA) leader, Lovemore Madhuku says the controversy over the search for the country the country’s next Chief Justice has vindicated his party which strongly opposed the constitution making process.

[New Zimbabwe] NATIONAL Constitutional Assembly (NCA) leader, Lovemore Madhuku says the controversy over the search for the country the country's next Chief Justice has vindicated his party which strongly opposed the constitution making process.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gicumbi FC Threatens to Pull Out of League

[New Times] Following the threat by Pépinière to withdraw from the national league, Gicumbi FC has become the second team that has taken the same route in protest over the decision by football body FERWAFA to bar them from hosting their home matches in Gicumbi district.

[New Times] Following the threat by Pépinière to withdraw from the national league, Gicumbi FC has become the second team that has taken the same route in protest over the decision by football body FERWAFA to bar them from hosting their home matches in Gicumbi district.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Chinotimba Wants Chinamasa to Scrap 5 Percent Incentive for Exporters

[New Zimbabwe] BUHERA South MP Joseph Chinotimba has urged government to abandon debate on the proposed Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill and further scrap the 5 percent incentive granted to exporters following the introduction of bond notes.

[New Zimbabwe] BUHERA South MP Joseph Chinotimba has urged government to abandon debate on the proposed Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill and further scrap the 5 percent incentive granted to exporters following the introduction of bond notes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Malawi to Benefit From $20.8 Million Dfid Grant to Tackle Drought Crisis – Life-Saving Cash Channelled Through Unicef

[Nyasa Times] Malawi is amongtst four southern African nations that will benefit from a a grant of £16.9 million ($20.8 million) by the UK Department for International Development to UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) for life-saving interventions to prevent the escalation of malnutrition and child illness or death as counties are approaching the peak of the lean season, following the worst El-Nino induced drought in decades.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi is amongtst four southern African nations that will benefit from a a grant of £16.9 million ($20.8 million) by the UK Department for International Development to UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) for life-saving interventions to prevent the escalation of malnutrition and child illness or death as counties are approaching the peak of the lean season, following the worst El-Nino induced drought in decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Double Allowances Sandal for Malawi Govt Officials – Mzuzu City Council Released K1.5mil On Mutharika Visit Flouting Procedures

[Nyasa Times] Despite the many hardships Mzuzu residents are going through, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government and the Mzuzu City Council authorities decided to show ‘some excessive greed ‘ as they releaded K1.5 million in allowances and…

[Nyasa Times] Despite the many hardships Mzuzu residents are going through, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government and the Mzuzu City Council authorities decided to show 'some excessive greed ' as they releaded K1.5 million in allowances and fuel refund to 20 officials that accompanied Minister of Local Government Kondwani Nankhumwa to Mzuzu where President Peter Mutharika had some official engagements.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Makerere University Sets January 2 Re-Opening

[Independent (Kampala)] Makerere University has released new dates for completion of the 2016/17 1st and 2nd semesters and set a date for the 67th graduation ceremony following last week’s decision to re-open the institution.

[Independent (Kampala)] Makerere University has released new dates for completion of the 2016/17 1st and 2nd semesters and set a date for the 67th graduation ceremony following last week's decision to re-open the institution.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How King Mumbere Celebrated Christmas in Jail

[Monitor] Kasese -Unlike what he has been used to in the past, King Charles Wesley Mumbere spent Christmas in a very different way in Luzira prison. According to the Rwenzururu kingdom spokesperson, Mr Clarence Bwambale, the king usually spends Christm…

[Monitor] Kasese -Unlike what he has been used to in the past, King Charles Wesley Mumbere spent Christmas in a very different way in Luzira prison. According to the Rwenzururu kingdom spokesperson, Mr Clarence Bwambale, the king usually spends Christmas at his palace with his people. But this year, the king had a different abode.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda