Joseph Nkaissery Defends Quality of Military APCs

[Nation] Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has defended the quality of the Armed Personnel Carriers (APCs) recently acquired by the Kenya Defence Forces at a cost of Sh1.1 billion to fight terror.

[Nation] Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has defended the quality of the Armed Personnel Carriers (APCs) recently acquired by the Kenya Defence Forces at a cost of Sh1.1 billion to fight terror.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Abud Omar, Johanna Omollo Out of Stars Squad for Sierra Leone

[Nation] Harambee Stars defender Abud Omar and midfielder Johanna Omollo have withdrawn from the squad ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone on Saturday due to injury.

[Nation] Harambee Stars defender Abud Omar and midfielder Johanna Omollo have withdrawn from the squad ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone on Saturday due to injury.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mental Patient Stones 85-Year-Old Father to Death

[New Zimbabwe] Pestering children to take their medication ended fatally for an 85-year-old Chiredzi man when he was stoned to death by his son over the issue, Masvingo police have revealed.

[New Zimbabwe] Pestering children to take their medication ended fatally for an 85-year-old Chiredzi man when he was stoned to death by his son over the issue, Masvingo police have revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Digital Payments Helping Reduce Poverty Among Small Farmers, Shows Study

[Nation] A new case study by the United Nations (UN) shows that digitisation of agricultural input payments is helping in tackling poverty among small-scale farmers in Kenya.

[Nation] A new case study by the United Nations (UN) shows that digitisation of agricultural input payments is helping in tackling poverty among small-scale farmers in Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

allAfrica Under the Weather – Office Due to Close for #CapeStorm

[allAfrica] The Cape Town office for allAfrica.com will be closed on June 7, 2017, after the South African Weather Service issued a warning of mudslides, flash flooding, hail and gale-force winds due to an approaching storm. But it doesn’t mean there’l…

[allAfrica] The Cape Town office for allAfrica.com will be closed on June 7, 2017, after the South African Weather Service issued a warning of mudslides, flash flooding, hail and gale-force winds due to an approaching storm. But it doesn't mean there'll be stale news on Wednesday - the aggregator's virtual tools allow us to work from anywhere in the world.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa