‘Cashgate Witness Jenya a Theorist Economist’

[Nyasa Times] Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development chief economist Daniel Jenya who is prosecution witness in the K2.4 billion Cashgate case involving former budget director Paul Mphwiyo and 18 others has told the court that he was an…

[Nyasa Times] Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development chief economist Daniel Jenya who is prosecution witness in the K2.4 billion Cashgate case involving former budget director Paul Mphwiyo and 18 others has told the court that he was an admirer of Mphwiyo but was dubbed by defence attorney as a "theorist economist."

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Forensic Pathologists Urged to Return to Work ‘In the Interest of Justice’

[News24Wire] The Gauteng department of health wants forensic pathologists to act in the interest of justice by returning to work and resuming their services.

[News24Wire] The Gauteng department of health wants forensic pathologists to act in the interest of justice by returning to work and resuming their services.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Apaa Land Conflict Divides Acholi, Madi Communities

[Observer] What started as a small misunderstanding has escalated to reach deadly levels with several locals blaming government for turning a blind eye to this nearly century-old conflict, writes ABALO IRENE OTTO.

[Observer] What started as a small misunderstanding has escalated to reach deadly levels with several locals blaming government for turning a blind eye to this nearly century-old conflict, writes ABALO IRENE OTTO.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigeria Prey to More Deadly Meningitis Outbreaks Amid Vaccine Shortage

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Hit by one of its deadliest meningitis outbreaks in years, with more than 1,000 deaths, Nigeria could struggle to contain future epidemics due to a shortage of vaccines, health experts said.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Hit by one of its deadliest meningitis outbreaks in years, with more than 1,000 deaths, Nigeria could struggle to contain future epidemics due to a shortage of vaccines, health experts said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Minister Drags Nakumatt to Court Over Shs 2 Billion Debt

[Observer] State minister for veterans Bright Rwamirama and wife Florence Rwamirama together with Mpororo Group limited have dragged retailer Nakumatt to court for failing to pay them $569,339 (Shs 2b) in rent.

[Observer] State minister for veterans Bright Rwamirama and wife Florence Rwamirama together with Mpororo Group limited have dragged retailer Nakumatt to court for failing to pay them $569,339 (Shs 2b) in rent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

North East – the New Market Force

[Guardian] In the wake of the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul in 2016 where the Northeast crisis was highlighted as the most neglected crisis, the situation in the Northeast came to the front burner and many humanitarian organisations moved into …

[Guardian] In the wake of the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul in 2016 where the Northeast crisis was highlighted as the most neglected crisis, the situation in the Northeast came to the front burner and many humanitarian organisations moved into the Northeast to join those already there, as there was hope for more support from donors towards alleviating the emergencies and the recovery efforts. Internally, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) had already moved several

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria