Students Urge Quick Solution to End Varsity Lecturers Strike

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The effect of the strike by university lectures and workers over the implementation of a Sh10 billion Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is currently being felt at the various institutions.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The effect of the strike by university lectures and workers over the implementation of a Sh10 billion Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is currently being felt at the various institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt to Rebury Victims of 1980s Massacre

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s vice president says the government will rebury victims of a 1980s military crackdown in the west of the country and help descendants to obtain identity documents, reports said Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's vice president says the government will rebury victims of a 1980s military crackdown in the west of the country and help descendants to obtain identity documents, reports said Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Family Fears National Anthem Composer’s Body Has Been Stolen

[Monitor] Wakiso -The remains of Prof. George Kakoma, the composer of the Uganda National Anthem are feared to have been stolen by unknown people who excavated his grave on Tuesday night.

[Monitor] Wakiso -The remains of Prof. George Kakoma, the composer of the Uganda National Anthem are feared to have been stolen by unknown people who excavated his grave on Tuesday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Five Ways to Improve Policing in Nigeria – Donald Duke

[Premium Times] A former governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, on Tuesday called on the Nigerian government to decentralise the police and to stop housing officers in barracks.

[Premium Times] A former governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, on Tuesday called on the Nigerian government to decentralise the police and to stop housing officers in barracks.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Audio Shows Nigerian Presidency Lied About What AGF Malami Told Journalists

[Premium Times] The Nigerian presidency, in what appears a desperate move to water down the impact of a statement by the country’s chief law officer, deliberately lied to the public, PREMIUM TIMES can report.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian presidency, in what appears a desperate move to water down the impact of a statement by the country's chief law officer, deliberately lied to the public, PREMIUM TIMES can report.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Reps Invite Jonathan Over $1.3bn Malabu Oil Deal

[Vanguard] The House of Representatives’ Ad-hoc Committee investigating the OPL 245 Malabu oil deal has resolved to invite ex-President Goodluck Jonathan over alleged diversion of $1.3 billion.

[Vanguard] The House of Representatives' Ad-hoc Committee investigating the OPL 245 Malabu oil deal has resolved to invite ex-President Goodluck Jonathan over alleged diversion of $1.3 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria