Mendefera Sub-Zone – Commendable Progress in Education

[Shabait] Mendefera -At an assessment meeting held in Mendefera on 19 and 20 July as regards the 2016/17 academic year in which school directors and supervisors took part it was reported that commendable progress has been registered in education.

[Shabait] Mendefera -At an assessment meeting held in Mendefera on 19 and 20 July as regards the 2016/17 academic year in which school directors and supervisors took part it was reported that commendable progress has been registered in education.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

The Kambwili Versus Frank Bwalya Popularity Contest

[Zambia Reports] Watching Patriotic Front deputy spokesperson Frank Bwalya trading verbal blows with expelled PF Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili makes for top rate political comedy. More comical to the more politically informed is the fact…

[Zambia Reports] Watching Patriotic Front deputy spokesperson Frank Bwalya trading verbal blows with expelled PF Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili makes for top rate political comedy. More comical to the more politically informed is the fact that Bwalya is dressing down Kambwili from the PF high table that not too long ago the Roan constituency strongman bashed the former man of the cloth from.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

DC Orders Arrest of Teacher, Parents Over Impregnated Girls

[Daily News] NKASI District Commissioner (DC) Said Mtanda has ordered the arrest of Mwai Primary School Head teacher and six parents over their alleged collusion to marry off three school girls.

[Daily News] NKASI District Commissioner (DC) Said Mtanda has ordered the arrest of Mwai Primary School Head teacher and six parents over their alleged collusion to marry off three school girls.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Lukuvi Calms Tanzanians On Likely Relocation to Uganda Under BRP

[Daily News] RESIDENTS whom the Boundary Re-affirmation Programme (BRP) is likely to apportion to the Ugandan soil have been asked to remain good ambassadors by observing the law. Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Minister William Lukuvi issued the …

[Daily News] RESIDENTS whom the Boundary Re-affirmation Programme (BRP) is likely to apportion to the Ugandan soil have been asked to remain good ambassadors by observing the law. Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Minister William Lukuvi issued the appeal here yesterday afternoon after inspecting the Tanzania-Uganda border at Kakunyu and Bugango villages, in Misenyi District.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Man Hacked to Death

[Times of Zambia] A 52-year-old man of Nakonde has been hacked to death by unknown people on suspicion that he was practising witchcraft.

[Times of Zambia] A 52-year-old man of Nakonde has been hacked to death by unknown people on suspicion that he was practising witchcraft.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

U-17 in Cosafa Semis

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia U-17 Men’s Football National Team will have to dig deep when they face a confident Malawi side that has won all its games at the Cosafa championship.

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia U-17 Men's Football National Team will have to dig deep when they face a confident Malawi side that has won all its games at the Cosafa championship.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Public Servants Refuse to Drop Miniskirts

[Observer] There is no noticeable change in the way government officials are dressing, weeks after the ministry of Public Service issued a strict dress code for them, writes ZURAH NAKABUGO.

[Observer] There is no noticeable change in the way government officials are dressing, weeks after the ministry of Public Service issued a strict dress code for them, writes ZURAH NAKABUGO.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Government Warns Varsities Over Defiance

[Daily News] THE government has yet again raised a red flag against some higher learning institutions that are contemplating to use shortcuts to have students admitted in courses that were banned by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) on Tue…

[Daily News] THE government has yet again raised a red flag against some higher learning institutions that are contemplating to use shortcuts to have students admitted in courses that were banned by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania