Parents and Pupils Face Raised Fees in Kassala

[Radio Dabanga] Aroma / Kassala -State authorities imposed a monthly fee of SDG24 ($3.60) for school children in Kassala. Villagers objected to house searches by an anti-smuggling force.

[Radio Dabanga] Aroma / Kassala -State authorities imposed a monthly fee of SDG24 ($3.60) for school children in Kassala. Villagers objected to house searches by an anti-smuggling force.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Police Remove Evangelical Church Leaders From House

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -Two miniters of the Anglican Evangelical Church in Omdurman were removed from their house under the pretext of an investor owning the land property rights.

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -Two miniters of the Anglican Evangelical Church in Omdurman were removed from their house under the pretext of an investor owning the land property rights.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Eastern Sudan Road Washed Away, Nile Water Too High

[Radio Dabanga] Durdeib / Khartoum -Torrents in eastern Sudan washed away parts of the national road between Kassala and Atbara. The high water level and intense currents prevent tourist boat trips from entering the Nile.

[Radio Dabanga] Durdeib / Khartoum -Torrents in eastern Sudan washed away parts of the national road between Kassala and Atbara. The high water level and intense currents prevent tourist boat trips from entering the Nile.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Police Must Quickly Find Who Is Killing Women

[Monitor] At least 17 women have met a gruesome death in Wakiso District between the last week of May and yesterday – a period of less than three months. The pattern is the same – the women are waylaid in lonely places, they are raped, strangled and th…

[Monitor] At least 17 women have met a gruesome death in Wakiso District between the last week of May and yesterday - a period of less than three months. The pattern is the same - the women are waylaid in lonely places, they are raped, strangled and thereafter a stick is inserted into their private parts and mouths. The scenes of crime are within a radius of a few kilometres in the dense suburbs of Katabi near Entebbe and Nansana near Kampala.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Musa Hilal – ‘Darfur Border Guards Will Not Integrate With RSF’

[Radio Dabanga] Darfur -Musa Hilal, head of the Revolutionary Awakening Council, and chief of the Mahameed clan, has strongly defended the Darfuri Border Guards militia and renewed his refusal to integrate it to the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) led by Li…

[Radio Dabanga] Darfur -Musa Hilal, head of the Revolutionary Awakening Council, and chief of the Mahameed clan, has strongly defended the Darfuri Border Guards militia and renewed his refusal to integrate it to the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) led by Lieutenant General Mohamed Hamdan (Hemeti).

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

More Governors to Take Oath of Office This Week

[Nation] Bomet Governor-elect Joyce Laboso and outgoing governor Isaac Ruto Sunday met for the first time after the General Election for the rehearsal of Dr Laboso’s inauguration ceremony to take place on Tuesday.

[Nation] Bomet Governor-elect Joyce Laboso and outgoing governor Isaac Ruto Sunday met for the first time after the General Election for the rehearsal of Dr Laboso's inauguration ceremony to take place on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

IEBC Officials Arrested for Trying to Destroy 16 Ballot Boxes

[Nation] Three people among them two presiding officers in Embakasi, Nairobi are reportedly being held for attempting to destroy 16 presidential ballot boxes used in the August 8 election.

[Nation] Three people among them two presiding officers in Embakasi, Nairobi are reportedly being held for attempting to destroy 16 presidential ballot boxes used in the August 8 election.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tizeba Faulted Over Appointments

[Citizen] Moshi -The minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Charles Tizeba, is accused of breaching the 2001 law of the Coffee Sector when he appointed members of the Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) out of the number required.

[Citizen] Moshi -The minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Charles Tizeba, is accused of breaching the 2001 law of the Coffee Sector when he appointed members of the Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) out of the number required.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania