Raven Klaasen, Rajeev Ram Cause Upset at ATP World Tour

[News24Wire] South Africa’s Raven Klaasen and American Rajeev Ram caused an upset on Monday at the ATP World Tour Finals when they defeated French pair Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, who are vying to become the year-end No 1 pair in the ATP D…

[News24Wire] South Africa's Raven Klaasen and American Rajeev Ram caused an upset on Monday at the ATP World Tour Finals when they defeated French pair Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, who are vying to become the year-end No 1 pair in the ATP Doubles Team Rankings.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Asked to Ban Politicians From Managing Cooperatives

[Monitor] Mpigi -Mpigi District Commercial Officer Mr Ronald Kazibwe and RDC Hajji Swaibu Lubega Wagwa have asked government to implement the Cooperative Societies Act, 1991 and block politicians from taking up administrative positions in cooperative o…

[Monitor] Mpigi -Mpigi District Commercial Officer Mr Ronald Kazibwe and RDC Hajji Swaibu Lubega Wagwa have asked government to implement the Cooperative Societies Act, 1991 and block politicians from taking up administrative positions in cooperative organizations, blaming them to interfere with technical planning, decision making and day-to-day activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Judiciary Asked to Split Constitutional, Appeals Courts

[Monitor] Kampala -The Deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma has asked the judiciary to separate the Court of Appeal and the Constitutional Court in order to relieve its overwhelmed judges.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma has asked the judiciary to separate the Court of Appeal and the Constitutional Court in order to relieve its overwhelmed judges.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Concern Over Melting Snow on Mt Rwenzori

[Monitor] Marrakesh -As countries meet in Marrakesh, Morocco to discuss the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the Ugandan delegation has expressed concern over the global rise in temperature which has resulted into the melting of snow on top of Mt…

[Monitor] Marrakesh -As countries meet in Marrakesh, Morocco to discuss the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the Ugandan delegation has expressed concern over the global rise in temperature which has resulted into the melting of snow on top of Mt Rwenzori.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Inspector General of Police Denies Presidential Plans

[Monitor] Mbale -The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has denied nurturing presidential ambitions and said the speculation about his bid for the highest office in the country is baseless.

[Monitor] Mbale -The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has denied nurturing presidential ambitions and said the speculation about his bid for the highest office in the country is baseless.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ex-Registrar Shollei Charged Afresh With Abuse of Office

[Nation] Former Judiciary Chief Registrar Gladys Shollei was on Monday charged afresh with abuse of office and wilful failure to comply with procurement laws with regards to a tender for the construction of pre-fabricated court buildings.

[Nation] Former Judiciary Chief Registrar Gladys Shollei was on Monday charged afresh with abuse of office and wilful failure to comply with procurement laws with regards to a tender for the construction of pre-fabricated court buildings.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Lawyer Says He Saw Moi Sign Land Papers

[Nation] A lawyer who may hold the key to the mystery surrounding the land ownership tussle pitting former President Moi, a university and a businessman, said he saw the former Head of State sign a disputed transfer document.

[Nation] A lawyer who may hold the key to the mystery surrounding the land ownership tussle pitting former President Moi, a university and a businessman, said he saw the former Head of State sign a disputed transfer document.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

How Lagos Govt, Police, Hoodlums Connived to Destroy Our Homes – Otodogbame Residents

[Premium Times] When Raymond Amosu paddled his family to safety in the midnight of November 9th, he steadied the canoe, turned and cast a last look at what used to be home. Tongues of fire licked away, furiously, at the three bedroom enclosure where he…

[Premium Times] When Raymond Amosu paddled his family to safety in the midnight of November 9th, he steadied the canoe, turned and cast a last look at what used to be home. Tongues of fire licked away, furiously, at the three bedroom enclosure where he had married his wife, Okelusi, and raised eight children.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria