Buhari May Extend Whistle Blowing to Arms Possession

[Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari is looking at suggestions to extend the whistle-blowing policy to illegal weapons’ possession by politicians and other public figures.

[Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari is looking at suggestions to extend the whistle-blowing policy to illegal weapons' possession by politicians and other public figures.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Medics, Policy Makers Convene Over Safe Surgery Plan

[Daily News] Medical practitioners, policy makers and executors are meeting in Dar es Salaam for a two-day workshop on the drafting of the National Surgical, Obstetric and Anaesthesia Plan (NSOAP).

[Daily News] Medical practitioners, policy makers and executors are meeting in Dar es Salaam for a two-day workshop on the drafting of the National Surgical, Obstetric and Anaesthesia Plan (NSOAP).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

New Anti-Poverty Project Launched

[New Times] The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has launched a new project intended to accelerate poverty fight among Rwanda’s vulnerable families in four districts of the country.

[New Times] The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has launched a new project intended to accelerate poverty fight among Rwanda's vulnerable families in four districts of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Charles Mungoshi Can Speak Again!… Veteran Author’s Surgery Successful

[The Herald] Veteran author Charles Mungoshi was on Tuesday discharged from hospital after undergoing successful surgery last Thursday. His wife Jessesi yesterday said the writer, who could no longer speak, said his first words after many years. “He ca…

[The Herald] Veteran author Charles Mungoshi was on Tuesday discharged from hospital after undergoing successful surgery last Thursday. His wife Jessesi yesterday said the writer, who could no longer speak, said his first words after many years. "He can now speak. I am excited about it. He still has to fully recover, but he is now at home. The doctors said he has to rest for about two weeks before he can talk to many people, so you cannot see him today," she said

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bhutisi Speaks On Aborted SA Show

[The Herald] Stand-up comedian and actor Admire Kuzhangaira, who is popularly known as Bhutisi in the entertainment circles, has cleared the air on his aborted debut South African show, which has led to various theories and allegations on social media …

[The Herald] Stand-up comedian and actor Admire Kuzhangaira, who is popularly known as Bhutisi in the entertainment circles, has cleared the air on his aborted debut South African show, which has led to various theories and allegations on social media platforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Quincy B’s Manager ‘Broken’ By LNP Charge Against Him

[Observer] Lewiz McCarthy, the manager of the late musical icon Quincy B., has revealed for the first time that he was totally broken when the Liberia National Police charged him with ‘consent of unregistered vehicles’ and ‘failure to maintain proof of…

[Observer] Lewiz McCarthy, the manager of the late musical icon Quincy B., has revealed for the first time that he was totally broken when the Liberia National Police charged him with 'consent of unregistered vehicles' and 'failure to maintain proof of financial security.'

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

UN Rights Chief Alarmed By Rape Chants in Burundi

[New Times] The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein has expressed outrage at an apparent widespread pattern of rallies in several provinces across Burundi, where young men from the Imbonerakure militia – the youth wing of the ru…

[New Times] The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein has expressed outrage at an apparent widespread pattern of rallies in several provinces across Burundi, where young men from the Imbonerakure militia - the youth wing of the ruling CNDD-FDD political party - repeatedly chant a call to impregnate or kill opponents.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Economy Defies Key Indicators to Grow At 5.8%

[Nation] Kenya’s economy recorded a 5.8 per cent growth last year despite a decline in major sectors of the economy, according to the latest data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics.

[Nation] Kenya's economy recorded a 5.8 per cent growth last year despite a decline in major sectors of the economy, according to the latest data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya