Dogs Stand in Line for Anti-Rabies Vaccinations

[GroundUp] “Dogs protect us from crime. Our homes are not fenced … You return from work only to find that your home has been broken into. So dogs are our security, but we cannot turn a blind eye to them also being dangerous. We are grateful that they…

[GroundUp] "Dogs protect us from crime. Our homes are not fenced ... You return from work only to find that your home has been broken into. So dogs are our security, but we cannot turn a blind eye to them also being dangerous. We are grateful that they will be vaccinated against rabies," said Clement Mnomiya.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Leaders Seek Dialogue to End Apaa Land Clashes Bloodshed

[Monitor] Adjumani -Following last Wednesday’s violent clashes between the Acholi and Madi communities over land that left four dead and 21 badly injured, the Adjumani leadership is seeking dialogue to end the bloodshed.

[Monitor] Adjumani -Following last Wednesday's violent clashes between the Acholi and Madi communities over land that left four dead and 21 badly injured, the Adjumani leadership is seeking dialogue to end the bloodshed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ownership of St Lawrence Schools, Colleges Revealed

[Monitor] Wakiso -Late Lawrence Mukiibi individually owned only 60 per cent of the eight schools, colleges and one university under the St Lawrence brand, this newspaper can reveal.

[Monitor] Wakiso -Late Lawrence Mukiibi individually owned only 60 per cent of the eight schools, colleges and one university under the St Lawrence brand, this newspaper can reveal.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Councillors Shut Down District Council

[Nyasa Times] Ward Councillors in the eastern city of Zomba on Monday sealed offices of Director of Planning and Development and Director of Administration at the District Council suspecting them of corrupt practices.

[Nyasa Times] Ward Councillors in the eastern city of Zomba on Monday sealed offices of Director of Planning and Development and Director of Administration at the District Council suspecting them of corrupt practices.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Alexander Forbes Acquires Stake in Local Insurance Firm

[The Herald] Alexander Forbes Group Holdings has acquired a significant stake in African Actuarial Consultants, one of the largest independent actuarial consultancies based in Zimbabwe with a growing presence in the region. The Johannesburg Stock Excha…

[The Herald] Alexander Forbes Group Holdings has acquired a significant stake in African Actuarial Consultants, one of the largest independent actuarial consultancies based in Zimbabwe with a growing presence in the region. The Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed insurer said that the acquisition was subject to regulatory approval by authorities in Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

As Minister Goes Abroad, Govt Employees Work Seated On the Floor

[New Zimbabwe] Officials employed in the Public Service ministry are working while “seated on the floor” because of a serious shortage of office equipment including chairs.

[New Zimbabwe] Officials employed in the Public Service ministry are working while "seated on the floor" because of a serious shortage of office equipment including chairs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Gambians Will See a Difference Soon’ – NAWEC Deputy MD

[Foroyaa] The deputy managing director of the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), Mr. Nani Juwara, on Wednesday June 6, said Gambians will see difference in the provision of electricity in the coming weeks and months. Mr. Juwara made this s…

[Foroyaa] The deputy managing director of the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), Mr. Nani Juwara, on Wednesday June 6, said Gambians will see difference in the provision of electricity in the coming weeks and months. Mr. Juwara made this statement when he took journalists on a conducted tour of Kotu power plant.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia