Seems Exposure to Art While Young, Is Key

[Daily News] ONE scene from local Playwright Emmanuel Mbogo’s,90-minute stage play “Fumo Liongo” shows Sultan Daudi Mringwari (right at back with hands up), who is played by Lumole Matovolwa, celebrating the capture of Fumo Liongo (Amos Simwanza). Late…

[Daily News] ONE scene from local Playwright Emmanuel Mbogo's,90-minute stage play "Fumo Liongo" shows Sultan Daudi Mringwari (right at back with hands up), who is played by Lumole Matovolwa, celebrating the capture of Fumo Liongo (Amos Simwanza). Later on, he realised it was prematurely. The play, which is directed by Ghonche Materego, had its premiere in Bagamoyo last September and its second earlier this month before coming to the National Museum and House of Culture, here in Dar es Salaam, last Friday evening.(Phot

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Evicted Miners Threaten to Return

[Monitor] Mubende -Thousands of artisanal miners, who were recently evicted from gold mining sites in Kitumbi and Bukuya sub-counties of Mubende District, have vowed to forcefully return if government does not get them alternative site within 10 days.

[Monitor] Mubende -Thousands of artisanal miners, who were recently evicted from gold mining sites in Kitumbi and Bukuya sub-counties of Mubende District, have vowed to forcefully return if government does not get them alternative site within 10 days.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gen Otema’s Farm Manager Arrested With 150kgs of Ivory

[Monitor] Police with help of the Natural Resources Conservation Network have arrested a veterinary officer in possession of 150 kgs of ivory worth Shs60 million in the black market.

[Monitor] Police with help of the Natural Resources Conservation Network have arrested a veterinary officer in possession of 150 kgs of ivory worth Shs60 million in the black market.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Harsher Laws Sought to Contain Rising GBV

[Daily News] THE government has promised to continue creating a safe environment by enacting laws and introducing directives focused on reducing gender based violence against women and children.

[Daily News] THE government has promised to continue creating a safe environment by enacting laws and introducing directives focused on reducing gender based violence against women and children.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

No Hope for Mbale-Tirinyi Road Construction

[Monitor] Mbale -Six months after the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) terminated a contract with Dott Services Ltd to construct the Mbale-Tirinyi Nakalama road, plans to rehabilitate it have since stalled.

[Monitor] Mbale -Six months after the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) terminated a contract with Dott Services Ltd to construct the Mbale-Tirinyi Nakalama road, plans to rehabilitate it have since stalled.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda