Ugandan, DR Congo in Talks to Solve Lakes Albert, Edward Disputes

[Monitor] Kampala -A Ugandan government delegation is in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo for talks over transboundary disputes and management of Lakes Albert and Edward in the Albertine region in South Western Uganda.

[Monitor] Kampala -A Ugandan government delegation is in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo for talks over transboundary disputes and management of Lakes Albert and Edward in the Albertine region in South Western Uganda.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kenya Takes Measures to Prevent Al Shabaab Attacks

[Shabelle] Security agencies in Garissa county have put in place measures to ensure peace is maintained during and after the election. Garissa is among the 33 counties identified by the National Cohesion and Integrity Commission as possible post-electi…

[Shabelle] Security agencies in Garissa county have put in place measures to ensure peace is maintained during and after the election. Garissa is among the 33 counties identified by the National Cohesion and Integrity Commission as possible post-election violence hotspots.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Man Rapes Minor Cousins, Jailed

[New Zimbabwe] A 23-year-old man, who raped his minor cousin and got away with it after his mother concealed the crime, has been jailed for 19 years after he went on to force himself on the girl’s sibling.

[New Zimbabwe] A 23-year-old man, who raped his minor cousin and got away with it after his mother concealed the crime, has been jailed for 19 years after he went on to force himself on the girl's sibling.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘The Executioner’ to Defend Boxing Title Against ‘The Miracle’

[Namibian] Namibia’s WBO Africa middleweight champion, Walter “The Executioner” Kautondokwa will travel to Accra to defend his title against Obodei Sai of Ghana on 16 June.

[Namibian] Namibia's WBO Africa middleweight champion, Walter "The Executioner" Kautondokwa will travel to Accra to defend his title against Obodei Sai of Ghana on 16 June.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Central Bank Holds Basic Lending Rate At 10%

[Nation] The maximum cost of loans remains unchanged after the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) on Monday retained the base lending rate as banks continued to shy from lending due to the legal caps on borrowing rates.

[Nation] The maximum cost of loans remains unchanged after the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) on Monday retained the base lending rate as banks continued to shy from lending due to the legal caps on borrowing rates.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ruling Party Wins Ward Unopposed

[The Herald] Hurungwe -Zanu-PF candidate for Ward 2 by-election in Hurungwe District Council, Cde Edward Makarani, won the seat after he successfully filed his papers uncontested.

[The Herald] Hurungwe -Zanu-PF candidate for Ward 2 by-election in Hurungwe District Council, Cde Edward Makarani, won the seat after he successfully filed his papers uncontested.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Here’s How to Prevent Another Anthrax Outbreak in Kenya

[The Conversation Africa] Meat lovers in Thika, north east of Nairobi, are worried. In just one week, eight licensed people who load meat for sale into vans were hospitalised with symptoms similar to anthrax.

[The Conversation Africa] Meat lovers in Thika, north east of Nairobi, are worried. In just one week, eight licensed people who load meat for sale into vans were hospitalised with symptoms similar to anthrax.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

South Africa’s Maimane, Tsvangirai Birds of a Feather?

[The Herald] Political analysts have blasted ties between opposition MDC-T, the People’s Democratic Party and South Africa’s Democratic Alliance, saying they are an alliance meant to protect white interests in the Sadc region.

[The Herald] Political analysts have blasted ties between opposition MDC-T, the People's Democratic Party and South Africa's Democratic Alliance, saying they are an alliance meant to protect white interests in the Sadc region.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

PSL Summon Highlanders, Again

[The Herald] It seems the hooligans among the Highlanders supporters do not want to learn from past mistakes with the violence which resurfaced at Mandava set to cost the club a fortune after the Bulawayo giants were summoned for a second hearing insid…

[The Herald] It seems the hooligans among the Highlanders supporters do not want to learn from past mistakes with the violence which resurfaced at Mandava set to cost the club a fortune after the Bulawayo giants were summoned for a second hearing inside a month.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe