Coca Cola Music Charts Winners Get Prizes

[The Herald] Dancehall king Winky D and gospel singer Blessing Shumba smiled all the way to the bank as they pocketed $4 500 each from Coca Cola for their music exploits in the 2017 musical year. Winky D’s videos “Rugare” and “My Woman” where voted fir…

[The Herald] Dancehall king Winky D and gospel singer Blessing Shumba smiled all the way to the bank as they pocketed $4 500 each from Coca Cola for their music exploits in the 2017 musical year. Winky D's videos "Rugare" and "My Woman" where voted first and second on Coca Cola Top 50 Videos of the year respectively while Blessing Shumba's songs "Changa Chajaira" and "Tariro Ichiripo" came first and second on Radio Zimbabwe Coca Cola Top 50. Shumba who was on the Coca Cola podium for the third time after having won in

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Odinga Leads Nasa Chiefs in Talks On Oath Plan

[Nation] The government’s response to the planned swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and the implication of such action to the international community have been key items of the near secret meeting of the…

[Nation] The government's response to the planned swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and the implication of such action to the international community have been key items of the near secret meeting of the four Nasa leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

EALA to Hold Plenary in Kampala

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) is scheduled to resume business next week by holding its Plenary Session in Kampala, Uganda. The Plenary from January 22nd 2018, through to February 9, 2018, is the second me…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) is scheduled to resume business next week by holding its Plenary Session in Kampala, Uganda. The Plenary from January 22nd 2018, through to February 9, 2018, is the second meeting of the First Session of the 4th Assembly.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Patience Jonathan’s Property Demolished in Abuja

[Vanguard] Abuja -A property allegedly belonging to the former first lady, Mrs Patience Jonathan, was, yesterday, demolished by Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Development Control Department.

[Vanguard] Abuja -A property allegedly belonging to the former first lady, Mrs Patience Jonathan, was, yesterday, demolished by Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Development Control Department.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

How Biafran Women Stripped Naked, Protesting Against Restructuring of Nigeria

[Vanguard] The emergence of female members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, who disrupted last Thursday’s meeting of Southern and Middle Belt leaders in Enugu has brought a new dimension to the separatist agitation by thousands of Igbo youths …

[Vanguard] The emergence of female members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, who disrupted last Thursday's meeting of Southern and Middle Belt leaders in Enugu has brought a new dimension to the separatist agitation by thousands of Igbo youths who feel frustrated about the way their country is being run. The Director- General of South East Governors' Forum, Professor Uchenna Ortuanya, who reacted to the emergence of the Biafran women, described the situation as a serious security issue and wondered how securi

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Africa Might Be a ‘Shithole’ but We Love It Here!

[Observer] The United States of America president, Donald Trump, kicked up a shit storm when he allegedly described African countries (along with Haiti and El Salvador) as a shithole.

[Observer] The United States of America president, Donald Trump, kicked up a shit storm when he allegedly described African countries (along with Haiti and El Salvador) as a shithole.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

After Meat and Fish, Let’s Now Go for Tainted Fuel

[Observer] Last week opened pretty much with the unsettling news of the arrest of butchers, accused of lacing meat, fish and chicken with shelf-life-prolonging chemicals – and ended with the conviction and sentencing of six people to eight months in jail.

[Observer] Last week opened pretty much with the unsettling news of the arrest of butchers, accused of lacing meat, fish and chicken with shelf-life-prolonging chemicals - and ended with the conviction and sentencing of six people to eight months in jail.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda