Lessons for Leaders From China’s Richest Man’s Philosophy

[Nation] So Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of the Alibaba Group, is in Kenya to inspire young entrepreneurs on how to succeed in business. The 54-year-old Chinese magnate, who is the richest man in Asia and the 14th richest in the world, w…

[Nation] So Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of the Alibaba Group, is in Kenya to inspire young entrepreneurs on how to succeed in business. The 54-year-old Chinese magnate, who is the richest man in Asia and the 14th richest in the world, will find himself besieged to provide live tips on how he has made a fortune of some $41.8 billion (you can convert that to Sh4,300,000,000,000 or Sh4.3 trillion!) in Internet-based companies. He is the special adviser on youth entrepreneurship to the United Nations Co

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police Release Photos, Names of Al-Shabaab Terrorists Planning Fresh Attacks

[Nation] Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia are amassing at Lakta belt adjacent to Boni forest in Lamu County, with the aim of entering the forest ahead of a rejuvenated counter terror operation ordered by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

[Nation] Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia are amassing at Lakta belt adjacent to Boni forest in Lamu County, with the aim of entering the forest ahead of a rejuvenated counter terror operation ordered by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Controlling Interest Rates Dangerous Act – Mutebile

[Monitor] Kampala -Borrowers will have to contend with high interest rates, at least until commercial banks are able to reduce their operating costs, with the government not intervening.

[Monitor] Kampala -Borrowers will have to contend with high interest rates, at least until commercial banks are able to reduce their operating costs, with the government not intervening.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nurses Protest in Kisii as State Gives Lecturers Sh5.2 Billion

[Nation] Nurses in Kisii County are back to the streets to protest over the government’s decision to implement the lecturers’ collective bargaining agreement (CBA) while ignoring theirs.

[Nation] Nurses in Kisii County are back to the streets to protest over the government's decision to implement the lecturers' collective bargaining agreement (CBA) while ignoring theirs.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Location of Foreign Embassies at Risk as Abuja Road Project Begins

[This Day] Abuja -A major road construction by the federal government in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) will impact four embassies in Nigeria, whose allotted plots of land are encroaching on the proposed main carriageway.

[This Day] Abuja -A major road construction by the federal government in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) will impact four embassies in Nigeria, whose allotted plots of land are encroaching on the proposed main carriageway.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Uganda Deficit Drops

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda’s current account deficit dropped by $43.9m to $131.1m during the quarter ended April 2017 due to falling government imports as well as declining local consumer demand.

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda's current account deficit dropped by $43.9m to $131.1m during the quarter ended April 2017 due to falling government imports as well as declining local consumer demand.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kiprotich, Kipsiro to Miss London

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda will send its biggest contingent ever to the World Athletics Championships next month in London but the 20-man team will be without the most decorated runners Stephen Kiprotich and Moses Kipsiro.

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda will send its biggest contingent ever to the World Athletics Championships next month in London but the 20-man team will be without the most decorated runners Stephen Kiprotich and Moses Kipsiro.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda