Dead in the Water? Supreme Court Refuses Mue Access to IEBC Systems, Memos

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Supreme Court has declined to grant parties to the presidential suit before it access to the IEBC servers, KIEMS logs, polling station diaries and internal memos.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Supreme Court has declined to grant parties to the presidential suit before it access to the IEBC servers, KIEMS logs, polling station diaries and internal memos.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

A Coup De Grace – South Africa’s Perfect Foreign Policy Storm?

[Daily Maverick] The perfect storm is coming to South Africa and the country’s leaders do not appear to be very good weather people. J. BROOKS SPECTOR raises the alarm. Again.

[Daily Maverick] The perfect storm is coming to South Africa and the country's leaders do not appear to be very good weather people. J. BROOKS SPECTOR raises the alarm. Again.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Dams, Exploitation of Groundwater to Increase Potable Water in Seychelles

[Seychelles News Agency] The construction of new dams and increased exploitation of groundwater are priority projects to sustain potable water in the Seychelles.

[Seychelles News Agency] The construction of new dams and increased exploitation of groundwater are priority projects to sustain potable water in the Seychelles.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Tour Du Rwanda – Areruya Wins Stage Three

[New Times] Rwandan, Joseph Areruya, riding for South Africa-based UCI Continental Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, won stage three of the 2017 Tour du Rwanda, from Rubavu to Musanze. Areruya also won stage one (Kigali-Huye) of the tournament.

[New Times] Rwandan, Joseph Areruya, riding for South Africa-based UCI Continental Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, won stage three of the 2017 Tour du Rwanda, from Rubavu to Musanze. Areruya also won stage one (Kigali-Huye) of the tournament.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Electricity Imports From Uganda Triple to Sh3.5 Billion

[Nation] Kenya’s payment to Uganda for electricity imports more than tripled to Sh3.5 billion in the first eight months of the year, driven by a higher tariff and increased purchases from Kampala.

[Nation] Kenya's payment to Uganda for electricity imports more than tripled to Sh3.5 billion in the first eight months of the year, driven by a higher tariff and increased purchases from Kampala.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

JPM – Law Fears Nobody

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday ordered the demolition of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) building, proving the adage that ‘law is a doubled-edged sword.’ The pulling down of the imposing structure at Ubungo along Morogoro roa…

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday ordered the demolition of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) building, proving the adage that 'law is a doubled-edged sword.' The pulling down of the imposing structure at Ubungo along Morogoro road will pave way for construction works on the expansion of Morogoro highway.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

MPs Embrace Drones Control Bill

[Daily News] MEMBERS of Parliament yesterday nodded to the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No 4, Bill 2017, which aim at among others regulating uses of drones under new clear rules.

[Daily News] MEMBERS of Parliament yesterday nodded to the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No 4, Bill 2017, which aim at among others regulating uses of drones under new clear rules.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Former PCCB Officer Emerges

[Daily News] PREVENTION and Combating of Corruption Bureau’s (PCCB) former Chief Accountant Godfrey Gugai who was reportedly in hiding yesterday surrendered himself at the bureau’s offices.

[Daily News] PREVENTION and Combating of Corruption Bureau's (PCCB) former Chief Accountant Godfrey Gugai who was reportedly in hiding yesterday surrendered himself at the bureau's offices.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

SADC Leaders Meet to Discuss Zim ‘Coup’

[Daily Maverick] Regional foreign ministers are to meet in Gaborone on Thursday to try to work out how the region should respond to the military ‘coup’ in Zimbabwe on Wednesday. By PETER FABRICIUS.

[Daily Maverick] Regional foreign ministers are to meet in Gaborone on Thursday to try to work out how the region should respond to the military 'coup' in Zimbabwe on Wednesday. By PETER FABRICIUS.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe