Local Arts Partner German’s Konstanz

[Nyasa Times] Nanzikambe Arts has partnered German colleagues from Theater Konstanz to enact Fear Eats the Soul play to be performed to the Malawian audience from Tuesday this week.

[Nyasa Times] Nanzikambe Arts has partnered German colleagues from Theater Konstanz to enact Fear Eats the Soul play to be performed to the Malawian audience from Tuesday this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Uganda Cranes – Spoilt for Choice

[Observer] Coach Moses Basena has a big decision to make on which striker will lead the goal hunt when The Cranes take on Egypt on Thursday in the 2018 World Cup qualifier, reports JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE.

[Observer] Coach Moses Basena has a big decision to make on which striker will lead the goal hunt when The Cranes take on Egypt on Thursday in the 2018 World Cup qualifier, reports JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Confrontational Politics a Perilous Syndrome

[The Herald] They pontificate to people in other countries while they themselves teeter on the verge of or stand still or shuttle in hot, ankle-deep ashes of peace and stability and economic development, by-products of tribal or religious fanaticism.

[The Herald] They pontificate to people in other countries while they themselves teeter on the verge of or stand still or shuttle in hot, ankle-deep ashes of peace and stability and economic development, by-products of tribal or religious fanaticism.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Outrage as Mudede Registers Voters

[New Zimbabwe] Registrar General Tobaiwa Mudede must stay away from voter registration exercise as he out of touch with modern voter registration technology exercise, opposition parties said.

[New Zimbabwe] Registrar General Tobaiwa Mudede must stay away from voter registration exercise as he out of touch with modern voter registration technology exercise, opposition parties said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Landslides Kill Seven, Six Bodies Still Missing

[Monitor] Landslides caused by torrential rains have destroyed a number of villages in the mountainous district of Sironko, killing seven people on Monday evening, according to officials. Of the seven, officials say, only one body has been retrieved. T…

[Monitor] Landslides caused by torrential rains have destroyed a number of villages in the mountainous district of Sironko, killing seven people on Monday evening, according to officials. Of the seven, officials say, only one body has been retrieved. The other six are trapped beneath the mud.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

CAPS United, Dembare Face Off in Harare Derby

[New Zimbabwe] Giants CAPS United and Dynamos face off in the long awaited Harare derby at the National Sports Stadium with the Green Machine a severely depleted side with their chief striker Dominic Chungwa suspended for accumulating yellow cards in p…

[New Zimbabwe] Giants CAPS United and Dynamos face off in the long awaited Harare derby at the National Sports Stadium with the Green Machine a severely depleted side with their chief striker Dominic Chungwa suspended for accumulating yellow cards in previous matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Health Sector in Sick Bay Over Funding Crisis

[Nyasa Times] Malawi’s recently launched heath sector strategy, which requires funding to the tune of $2.7- billion over five years, suffers from a funding gap of more than half a billion dollars, a confidential government document reveals.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi's recently launched heath sector strategy, which requires funding to the tune of $2.7- billion over five years, suffers from a funding gap of more than half a billion dollars, a confidential government document reveals.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Amnesty Accuses Authorities of Detaining Hundreds Illegally

[This Day] Global rights group, Amnesty International, has accused the federal government of illegal detention of several Nigerians and raised concern that hundreds of people are being held in secret detention.

[This Day] Global rights group, Amnesty International, has accused the federal government of illegal detention of several Nigerians and raised concern that hundreds of people are being held in secret detention.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ukwa In Lusaka

Popular Nigerian comedian Nkem Owoh better known as Ukwa has arrived in the country for some performance alongside top Zambian comedians at the Mulungushi International Centre. Ukwa will be part of the cast on Friday alongside the likes of Bob … Continued

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Popular Nigerian comedian Nkem Owoh better known as Ukwa has arrived in the country for some performance alongside top Zambian comedians at the Mulungushi International Centre. Ukwa will be part of the cast on Friday alongside the likes of Bob Nkosha of the Dorika fame, Dangerous J’burg, Lee Nonde (Ba Robby), Katebe Chibwe, Sinkala ‘Big Head’ among others. The leading Nigerian comedian whom many recognize from his popular acts on satellite television took off his comical hat to talk about the importance of the citizenry knowing their status. He was pressed by a horde of journalists at ZNBC seeking to be politically correct to comment on President Edgar Lungu’s declaration that HIV/AIDS testing be made mandatory. Ukwa said the move was important in moving forward in the fight against HIV/AIDS. He said that citizens should heed the calls and voluntarily be tested as a way of helping fighting the HIV/AIDS scourge. This is the second time Ukwa is coming to Zambia for some performances after having been in the country in 2007. The post Ukwa In Lusaka appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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