Wave of Kidnappings Worries Citizens

[Deutsche Welle] Uganda’s police have recorded at least 42 cases of kidnappings in the last four months. Many Ugandans blame police and security forces for not doing enough to protect citizens, reports Frank Yiga.

[Deutsche Welle] Uganda's police have recorded at least 42 cases of kidnappings in the last four months. Many Ugandans blame police and security forces for not doing enough to protect citizens, reports Frank Yiga.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Chilima Movement Rules Out Forming New Party – Accuses Mutharika of Bribing Delegates At DPP Convention

[Nyasa Times] Officials from the ruling Democratic Progresive Party (DPP) pressure group called Chilima Movement has accused President Peter Mutharika of buying the party’s June convention delegates at Sanjika Palace with money but insisted their candi…

[Nyasa Times] Officials from the ruling Democratic Progresive Party (DPP) pressure group called Chilima Movement has accused President Peter Mutharika of buying the party's June convention delegates at Sanjika Palace with money but insisted their candidate Vice President Saulos Chilima would still contest in the "fake" party poll.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Malawi, Mozambique Officials Meet Over Boundary Disputes

[Nyasa Times] Officials from Malawi and Mozambique are meeting in Mangochi to iron out boundary disputes which led to six villages in Malawi erroneously go to Mozambique leading to clashes with authorities there.

[Nyasa Times] Officials from Malawi and Mozambique are meeting in Mangochi to iron out boundary disputes which led to six villages in Malawi erroneously go to Mozambique leading to clashes with authorities there.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Policy to Shield Drug Users Against HIV

[Nation] Drug use in East Africa has risen phenomenally over the past few years, courtesy of international cartels that have turned the region into a major narcotics transit route.

[Nation] Drug use in East Africa has risen phenomenally over the past few years, courtesy of international cartels that have turned the region into a major narcotics transit route.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

MPs Reject Proposal to Review Gaming Tax

[Nation] A National Assembly committee has rejected all the proposed amendments to the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act, including the review of the 35 per cent taxation to 15 per cent.

[Nation] A National Assembly committee has rejected all the proposed amendments to the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act, including the review of the 35 per cent taxation to 15 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya