Lecturers Fired As 94% Students Sexually Abused, MPs Told

[New Zimbabwe] AT least 94 percent of female students in tertiary institutions are experiencing sexual harassment, an organisation working with universities has revealed.

[New Zimbabwe] AT least 94 percent of female students in tertiary institutions are experiencing sexual harassment, an organisation working with universities has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare Mayor Boycotts Council Events

[The Herald] Harare mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni is boycotting council events in protest against alleged laziness and bureaucracy by his subordinates in dealing with the city’s business at Town House. Last week, Clr Manyenyeni was supposed to ad…

[The Herald] Harare mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni is boycotting council events in protest against alleged laziness and bureaucracy by his subordinates in dealing with the city's business at Town House. Last week, Clr Manyenyeni was supposed to address the Rapid Results Initiative workshop, but chose not to attend the function. He reportedly boycotted an employment council/human resources workshop in Kadoma also held last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uganda’s Coffee Exports Increase

[Monitor] Despite the climate change turbulences, Uganda’s coffee exports in both volume and value are predicted to increase this year, Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA), has observed.

[Monitor] Despite the climate change turbulences, Uganda's coffee exports in both volume and value are predicted to increase this year, Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA), has observed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Explains U.S.$11 Million China Debt

[The Herald] Government has instituted recovery measures for $11 million that it paid on behalf of Farmers’ World to a Chinese financial institution after the private firm failed to settle the debt that it acquired for the distribution of agricultural …

[The Herald] Government has instituted recovery measures for $11 million that it paid on behalf of Farmers' World to a Chinese financial institution after the private firm failed to settle the debt that it acquired for the distribution of agricultural equipment to various farmers, legislators heard yesterday. Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said the money was paid to creditor, China Eximbank in order to avoid compromising continued access of lines of credit with the Asian country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Was Amina Mohammed ‘Betrayed’ By Her Sub-Region?

[Monitor] The Organisation of African Unity (OAU), the precursor to the African Union (AU) was founded in 1963. Out of the seven Secretary Generals who presided over the OAU until June 2002, when it became the AU, six were from franco-phone countries o…

[Monitor] The Organisation of African Unity (OAU), the precursor to the African Union (AU) was founded in 1963. Out of the seven Secretary Generals who presided over the OAU until June 2002, when it became the AU, six were from franco-phone countries of West Africa. Only one, Salim Ahmed Salim, was East African (Tanzanian).

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

By-Elections Gobble Govt Meager Finances

[CAJ News] Masvingo -INFIGHTING within Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s party over his successor is resulting in by-elections that come at a huge cost for the bankrupt government. Intense factionalism in the Zanu (PF) has led to the party firing so…

[CAJ News] Masvingo -INFIGHTING within Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's party over his successor is resulting in by-elections that come at a huge cost for the bankrupt government. Intense factionalism in the Zanu (PF) has led to the party firing some legislators that must be filled through by-elections. Polls have been held in Chimanimani and Bikita, which fell vacant after the expulsion of MPs Munacho Mutezo and Munyaradzi Kereke respectively. They have been expelled for their association with fired deputy president, Joic

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Trump Allies in U.S. Senate Plan to End ‘Green Card Lottery’

[Nation] A visa lottery that has enabled thousands of Kenyans to establish US residency will come to an end if Congress and President Trump approve legislation proposed on Tuesday by two senators.

[Nation] A visa lottery that has enabled thousands of Kenyans to establish US residency will come to an end if Congress and President Trump approve legislation proposed on Tuesday by two senators.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

For All Their Power, Strongmen Are Powerless to Know When to Go

[Monitor] By now you should know that Africa is one dictator less. Yahya Jammeh, after two decades atop tiny Gambia is no more. The eccentric tyrant is off the swing of power. His desperate but ultimately fruitless attempt to cling on came to naught af…

[Monitor] By now you should know that Africa is one dictator less. Yahya Jammeh, after two decades atop tiny Gambia is no more. The eccentric tyrant is off the swing of power. His desperate but ultimately fruitless attempt to cling on came to naught after Ecowas, the West Africa bloc, threatened to bomb him out.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Court Rebuffs Revenue Authority Plea to Lift Injunction Against Media Giant

[Nyasa Times] High Court in Blantyre on Tuesday refused an application by Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) to lift an injunction which was granted to media giant Times Group restraining the tax collecting body from shutting it down.

[Nyasa Times] High Court in Blantyre on Tuesday refused an application by Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) to lift an injunction which was granted to media giant Times Group restraining the tax collecting body from shutting it down.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi