Treatment of Protesting Youths Leaves Sour Taste

[Observer] Four students of Makerere University who were arrested for protesting in favour of controversial researcher Stella Nyanzi at Buganda Road court earlier this month were on Tuesday released on bail, after two weeks on remand.

[Observer] Four students of Makerere University who were arrested for protesting in favour of controversial researcher Stella Nyanzi at Buganda Road court earlier this month were on Tuesday released on bail, after two weeks on remand.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Stella Nyanzi in Fresh Court Fight Against Mental Check

[Observer] In her constitutional petition challenging the 1938 Mental Treatment Act, Makerere University researcher Stella Nyanzi says the state wants to embarrass her by insisting she takes a mental exam.

[Observer] In her constitutional petition challenging the 1938 Mental Treatment Act, Makerere University researcher Stella Nyanzi says the state wants to embarrass her by insisting she takes a mental exam.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Stellenbosch Municipality Announces Tougher Water Restrictions

[News24Wire] The Stellenbosch municipality will also introduce Level 4 water restrictions from June 1, with exemptions available on application for the town’s important agricultural and nursery industries, it announced on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The Stellenbosch municipality will also introduce Level 4 water restrictions from June 1, with exemptions available on application for the town's important agricultural and nursery industries, it announced on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Rejects Mengo Leases

[Observer] In a three-page letter written on May 17 to Buganda kingdom prime minister Charles Peter Mayiga, the minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Betty Amongi, raised the government’s strongest reservations yet to the kingdom’s ongoing…

[Observer] In a three-page letter written on May 17 to Buganda kingdom prime minister Charles Peter Mayiga, the minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Betty Amongi, raised the government's strongest reservations yet to the kingdom's ongoing land titling campaign dubbed Ekyapa mu ngalo.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I Am a Victim of Propaganda, but I Shall Conquer – Kabogo

[Capital FM] Nairobi -After his move to run as an independent candidate, Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has opened up about his ‘bitter’ past but says he has moved on and focused on the main goal, re-capturing his seat in August.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -After his move to run as an independent candidate, Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has opened up about his 'bitter' past but says he has moved on and focused on the main goal, re-capturing his seat in August.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Stars, Angola Machakos Friendly Cancelled

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The highly anticipated friendly match between Kenya and Angola’s teams of local based players which had been set for June 4 in Machakos has been put off, on request from the Angolans.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The highly anticipated friendly match between Kenya and Angola's teams of local based players which had been set for June 4 in Machakos has been put off, on request from the Angolans.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police Boss Declares ‘War’ On Iron Bar Hit Men

[Observer] It is a somber mood. Fingers are lingering around gun triggers. More than three patrol cars escort the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura’s car. It is tight security in Gulu town. The reason for Kayihura’s impromptu visit? Iron bar hi…

[Observer] It is a somber mood. Fingers are lingering around gun triggers. More than three patrol cars escort the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura's car. It is tight security in Gulu town. The reason for Kayihura's impromptu visit? Iron bar hit men have struck again, this time killing Gulu deputy town clerk, John Olaa Omona.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda