We’ve No Hidden Agenda – Envoy

[Monitor] Kampala -The new French Ambassador, Ms Stephanie Rivoal, has said her country has no hidden agenda in Uganda and will not interfere in its domestic matters.

[Monitor] Kampala -The new French Ambassador, Ms Stephanie Rivoal, has said her country has no hidden agenda in Uganda and will not interfere in its domestic matters.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

The Catholic Church – When an Apology Isn’t an Apology

[New Times] “Even though the Church sent no body to do harm, we, the Catholic clerics in particular, apologise, again, for some of the Church members, clerics, people who dedicated themselves to serve God and Christians in general who played a role in …

[New Times] "Even though the Church sent no body to do harm, we, the Catholic clerics in particular, apologise, again, for some of the Church members, clerics, people who dedicated themselves to serve God and Christians in general who played a role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi".

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

All Set for Miss Tourism Finals

[New Zimbabwe] ALL is in place for the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe finals set for Friday at the HICC, with Germany Princess, Corinna Zu-Sayn Wittgenstein, gracing the rebranded red carpet event.

[New Zimbabwe] ALL is in place for the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe finals set for Friday at the HICC, with Germany Princess, Corinna Zu-Sayn Wittgenstein, gracing the rebranded red carpet event.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

PAC Expels MP Over Extortion

[Monitor] Parliament -In an unprecedented scenario, the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has banished one of its members for alleged attempted extortion.

[Monitor] Parliament -In an unprecedented scenario, the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has banished one of its members for alleged attempted extortion.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Probe Team Picks Up Makerere Files

[Monitor] Kampala -Makerere University executives yesterday handed to the new Visitation Committee copies of three such past investigations, implying that Dr Abel Rwendeire’s team plans to frame its work based on outstanding issues from previous recomm…

[Monitor] Kampala -Makerere University executives yesterday handed to the new Visitation Committee copies of three such past investigations, implying that Dr Abel Rwendeire's team plans to frame its work based on outstanding issues from previous recommendations.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Makerere Main Gate to Be Relocated

[Monitor] Kampala -Makerere University management has unveiled plans to relocate and redevelop the institution’s main gate to reduce traffic congestion at the campus.

[Monitor] Kampala -Makerere University management has unveiled plans to relocate and redevelop the institution's main gate to reduce traffic congestion at the campus.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Long Holidays Need to End!

[Citizen] Like many teachers, I was among those who complained that last August Holidays were the shortest in the history of mankind, and that the Minister for Education, Dr Fred Matiang’i, aka Magufuli, had made a big mistake by not giving us enough r…

[Citizen] Like many teachers, I was among those who complained that last August Holidays were the shortest in the history of mankind, and that the Minister for Education, Dr Fred Matiang'i, aka Magufuli, had made a big mistake by not giving us enough rest.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ekumbo in Police Custody as Rio Fiasco Probe Continues

[Nation] Team Kenya’s Deputy Chef de Mission for the 2016 Olympics, Ben Ekumbo, will cool his heels in police custody for three days to allow police to complete investigations into the mismanagement of Kenyan athletes at the Games in Rio de Janeiro.

[Nation] Team Kenya's Deputy Chef de Mission for the 2016 Olympics, Ben Ekumbo, will cool his heels in police custody for three days to allow police to complete investigations into the mismanagement of Kenyan athletes at the Games in Rio de Janeiro.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Zanzibar Pension Scheme Timely for Poor Elderly

[Citizen] With the introduction of universal pension, Zanzibar has become the first country in Eastern and Southern Africa region to roll out a cash pay plan for its elderly population.

[Citizen] With the introduction of universal pension, Zanzibar has become the first country in Eastern and Southern Africa region to roll out a cash pay plan for its elderly population.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania