Trouble in Paradise – Why Ruto’s Camp Unhappy With Cabinet List

[Nation] The unexplained absence of Deputy President William Ruto at State House when his boss Uhuru Kenyatta unveiled the first batch of the Cabinet offers a glimpse into the uncharacteristic and behind-the-scenes palace wars that could shape their se…

[Nation] The unexplained absence of Deputy President William Ruto at State House when his boss Uhuru Kenyatta unveiled the first batch of the Cabinet offers a glimpse into the uncharacteristic and behind-the-scenes palace wars that could shape their second term in office.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Electoral Body Starts Post-Poll Assessment to ‘Salvage Image’

[Nation] Smarting from a disputed presidential election eventually won by Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta last October, the electoral commission has embarked on post-poll assessment it hopes will help salvage its tattered image in the eyes of the public.

[Nation] Smarting from a disputed presidential election eventually won by Jubilee's Uhuru Kenyatta last October, the electoral commission has embarked on post-poll assessment it hopes will help salvage its tattered image in the eyes of the public.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

AU Summit to Discuss Continental Free Trade Area Agreement – Official

[New Times] The upcoming 30th Ordinary Session of the African Union (AU) Assembly of Heads of State and Government is expected to receive a progress report on the status of negotiations of the African Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA), an official has…

[New Times] The upcoming 30th Ordinary Session of the African Union (AU) Assembly of Heads of State and Government is expected to receive a progress report on the status of negotiations of the African Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA), an official has told Sunday Times.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Despite Thousands of Lives Lost On Roads, Macharia Retains Position

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta could have considered other factors beyond the recent wave of road crashes in retaining Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia.

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta could have considered other factors beyond the recent wave of road crashes in retaining Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Muthoni’s Journey to Becoming Miss Africa Beauty Queen

[New Times] Winning the first runner up title on December 27, 2017, at the Miss Africa beauty pageant came as a surprise for Rwandan representative, 23 year old, Fiona Muthoni Naringwa.

[New Times] Winning the first runner up title on December 27, 2017, at the Miss Africa beauty pageant came as a surprise for Rwandan representative, 23 year old, Fiona Muthoni Naringwa.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Gospel Artist Ashimwe On Her Musical Comeback

[New Times] Dorcus Ashimwe is a gospel artiste originally from the Blessed Sisters that began singing in 2007 and released an album ‘Gira Intego’, but has since gone solo, and has released songs like ‘A little more of Jesus’, ‘Tugendane’ and ‘My hero’.

[New Times] Dorcus Ashimwe is a gospel artiste originally from the Blessed Sisters that began singing in 2007 and released an album 'Gira Intego', but has since gone solo, and has released songs like 'A little more of Jesus', 'Tugendane' and 'My hero'.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Plan to Release Political Party Members ‘Good Gesture’ Towards Plurality – Oppositions

[Ethiopian Herald] Opposition political parties praised government’s decision to drop charges against some political party members and other individuals who had been sentenced to imprisonment due to their criminal acts and those whose case is still und…

[Ethiopian Herald] Opposition political parties praised government's decision to drop charges against some political party members and other individuals who had been sentenced to imprisonment due to their criminal acts and those whose case is still under court procedures, describing the move as a good gesture towards widening political landscape and promoting plurality.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Poor Working Conditions At Jifumpa Mine Worries North West Minister

North Western Province Minister Richard Kapita has expressed displeasure at the poor working conditions at Jifumpa Mine in Kasempa District of North Western Province. Kapita paid a prompt visit to Jifumpa underground copper mine after receiving a number of complaints … Continued

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North Western Province Minister Richard Kapita has expressed displeasure at the poor working conditions at Jifumpa Mine in Kasempa District of North Western Province. Kapita paid a prompt visit to Jifumpa underground copper mine after receiving a number of complaints from the members of the public in terms of mining compliance and safety conditions. He was concerned with the destination for affluence from the mine that is physically causing environmental pollution in the area and also wanted to learn about labour issues for better condition of services among others. Kapita was accompanied by UPND Kasempa area Member of Parliament Brenda Tambatamba. Tambatamba said it was important that issues of mining compliance are adhered to safeguard the lives and interest of the workers. Jifumpa underground copper mine is under the operation and management of a named Kitwe based Chinese company called Luida and offers a total number of 250 jobs for the local Zambians. The company has a copper tonnage output of 8 tonnes per day when at its full production capacity. The post Poor Working Conditions At Jifumpa Mine Worries North West Minister appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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