Mandera Residents Urged to Help Govt War On Al-Shabab

[Shabelle] Mandera Governor Ali Roba has urged residents to help the government fight radicalisation that has led to increased terror activities in the region. Speaking at a public gathering in Mandera town on Saturday, he said terrorism has hurt devel…

[Shabelle] Mandera Governor Ali Roba has urged residents to help the government fight radicalisation that has led to increased terror activities in the region. Speaking at a public gathering in Mandera town on Saturday, he said terrorism has hurt development.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Al Shabaab Kills Senior Official in Burhakabo Attack

[Shabelle] Al Shabaab has claimed killing a top government official and several soldiers in two attacks it carried out over the past 24 hours in Burhakabo district in southern Somalia.

[Shabelle] Al Shabaab has claimed killing a top government official and several soldiers in two attacks it carried out over the past 24 hours in Burhakabo district in southern Somalia.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Espoir, Patriots Notch Wins in Hoops Pre-Season Tourney

[New Times] Espoir defeated United Generation Basketball Club (UGB) 59-53, while Patriots outscored APR 63-49 on the opening weekend of this year’s basketball pre-season tournament at Club Rafiki on Nyamirambo.

[New Times] Espoir defeated United Generation Basketball Club (UGB) 59-53, while Patriots outscored APR 63-49 on the opening weekend of this year's basketball pre-season tournament at Club Rafiki on Nyamirambo.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rip-Offs in Motor Industry

[The Patriot] The influx of consumer complaints relating to the sale and repair of pre-owned vehicles received by the Consumer Protection Office is said to be a cause for concern. This was said by Commercial officer Obed Rankwe at the workshop between …

[The Patriot] The influx of consumer complaints relating to the sale and repair of pre-owned vehicles received by the Consumer Protection Office is said to be a cause for concern. This was said by Commercial officer Obed Rankwe at the workshop between the Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry (MITI) officials and Motor Industry dealers on Thursday. Rankwe said statistics have shown that consumer complaints relating to sale and repair of pre-owned vehicles are among those that are in the lead. According to Rankwe in

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Overtime Cut Pits Govt Against Public Servants

[The Patriot] Government is headed for showdown with public servants after a decision by the employer to impose a moratorium, which dictates that “no employee should be allowed to earn overtime in excess of 10% of their basic salary”. Public officers, …

[The Patriot] Government is headed for showdown with public servants after a decision by the employer to impose a moratorium, which dictates that "no employee should be allowed to earn overtime in excess of 10% of their basic salary". Public officers, through their trade unions, on Friday lodged a dispute with the Commissioner of Labour challenging the unilateral decision by the employer to vary their conditions of service without any consultation or negotiation. Deputy Secretary General of Botswana Federation of Public

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Livingstonia Synod Makes an Impassioned Call for Greater Religious Tolerance

[Nyasa Times] The Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) of the Synod of Livingstonia has appealed to police officers in evangelism in the northern Malawi to ensure they live in harmony with the people they serve including members of other denom…

[Nyasa Times] The Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) of the Synod of Livingstonia has appealed to police officers in evangelism in the northern Malawi to ensure they live in harmony with the people they serve including members of other denominations if the proclamation of good news is to be successful, saying people should be free to hold their religious beliefs, and to act in accordance with those beliefs within the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Police Intercept Truck Loaded With Illicit Gin

[New Times] The Revenue Protection Unit (RPU) has intercepted a truck on Gatuna-Kigali highway loaded with 40 boxes of banned gin under various brand names, including Blue Sky, Kitoko and Read Gin.

[New Times] The Revenue Protection Unit (RPU) has intercepted a truck on Gatuna-Kigali highway loaded with 40 boxes of banned gin under various brand names, including Blue Sky, Kitoko and Read Gin.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda