Mugabe Threatens to Fire VP Mnangagwa Over Alleged Rebellion

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe turned vulgar on Saturday, threatening to kick the ‘buttocks’ of Zanu PF loyalists who continue to display regionalist attitudes within their areas of origin.

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe turned vulgar on Saturday, threatening to kick the 'buttocks' of Zanu PF loyalists who continue to display regionalist attitudes within their areas of origin.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Arrested Narcotics Chiefs Sent to Nalufenya

[Observer] Already heavily criticized for sometimes operating as a militia of the ruling party, Uganda police over the weekend came face-to-face with a multi-billion narcotics racket involving top officers within its ranks.

[Observer] Already heavily criticized for sometimes operating as a militia of the ruling party, Uganda police over the weekend came face-to-face with a multi-billion narcotics racket involving top officers within its ranks.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Opposition MPs Used Age Limit Cash

[Observer] Manjiya MP John Baptist Nambeshe finds himself thrust into unwelcome spotlight for quietly withdrawing the Shs 29 million he publicly handed over to a district hospital to purchase medical equipment.

[Observer] Manjiya MP John Baptist Nambeshe finds himself thrust into unwelcome spotlight for quietly withdrawing the Shs 29 million he publicly handed over to a district hospital to purchase medical equipment.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kadaga Must Apologise for Our Torment – MP Kaginda

[Observer] ROLAND KAGINDA MUGUME is the MP for Rukungiri municipality and deputy opposition chief whip. An outspoken opponent of the age limit bill removal in parliament, he also returned the Shs 29 million given to MPs as facilitation to consult voter…

[Observer] ROLAND KAGINDA MUGUME is the MP for Rukungiri municipality and deputy opposition chief whip. An outspoken opponent of the age limit bill removal in parliament, he also returned the Shs 29 million given to MPs as facilitation to consult voters on the bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mahama’s Brother Ibrahim Named in Paradise Papers

[International Consortium of Investigative Journalists] Ibrahim Mahama is a brother of the former president of Ghana, John Mahama. Ghanaian media report that Mahama, the CEO of Engineers & Planners Company Limited, is under investigation by Ghana’s economic and organized crimes office for allegedly issuing bad checks. In 2016, Ghanaian authorities took Mahama’s company to court for allegedly not paying social security payments to staff; the case was later settled.

[International Consortium of Investigative Journalists] Ibrahim Mahama is a brother of the former president of Ghana, John Mahama. Ghanaian media report that Mahama, the CEO of Engineers & Planners Company Limited, is under investigation by Ghana's economic and organized crimes office for allegedly issuing bad checks. In 2016, Ghanaian authorities took Mahama's company to court for allegedly not paying social security payments to staff; the case was later settled.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Time of Abundance At the Corner – Govt

[Vanguard] Lagos -The Federal Government has commended Nigerians for their perseverance in the face of challenges during the last economic recession as it, weekend, said the time of abundance was at the corner.

[Vanguard] Lagos -The Federal Government has commended Nigerians for their perseverance in the face of challenges during the last economic recession as it, weekend, said the time of abundance was at the corner.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Transit Parks and Dry Ports Will Ease Traffic On the Roads – Bello

[Leadership] In this interview with CHIMA AKWAJA and YUSUF BABALOLA, Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria Shippers Council (NSC), Barrister Hassan Bello, speaks on the agency’s plan for its Truck Transit Park (TTP) and Inland Dry Port…

[Leadership] In this interview with CHIMA AKWAJA and YUSUF BABALOLA, Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria Shippers Council (NSC), Barrister Hassan Bello, speaks on the agency's plan for its Truck Transit Park (TTP) and Inland Dry Port (IDP), among other maritime industry issues.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Musician Muridzo Humiliated

[The Herald] Contemporary musician Andrew Ngwenya, better known as Andy Muridzo, got a rude awakening over the weekend in Banket after angry fans chased him away for arriving at a fundraising show late.

[The Herald] Contemporary musician Andrew Ngwenya, better known as Andy Muridzo, got a rude awakening over the weekend in Banket after angry fans chased him away for arriving at a fundraising show late.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

VP Chilima Honours Departed Parents, Relatives in Ntcheu

[Malawi News Agency] Ntcheu -Vice President Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima and wife Mary Chilima, on Saturday joined the people of Nsipe and surrounding areas in a memorial mass organized in honour of the Veep’s departed parents and relatives at Nsipe parish …

[Malawi News Agency] Ntcheu -Vice President Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima and wife Mary Chilima, on Saturday joined the people of Nsipe and surrounding areas in a memorial mass organized in honour of the Veep's departed parents and relatives at Nsipe parish in Ntcheu.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Minister Ecweru Attacked for ‘Creating’ Age Limit Support

[Observer] Relief and Disaster Preparedness state minister Musa Ecweru has been accused of using secondary and technical school students to back up his claim that majority of the Amuria people support the presidential age limit bill.

[Observer] Relief and Disaster Preparedness state minister Musa Ecweru has been accused of using secondary and technical school students to back up his claim that majority of the Amuria people support the presidential age limit bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda