September 22

  • Kenya: Bomet MPs and MCAs Snub Referendum Signature Launch

    The Star

    All the six Bomet county MPs and majority of the MCAs did not attend the launch of governors' Pesa Mashinani referendum push on Saturday. Only five out of the 35 MCAs attended the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Three Lamu Ranches May Be Spared - NLC

    The Star

    The title deeds for three ranches in the Lamu controversial land allocations may not be revoked, National Land Commission chairman Muhammad Swazuri has said. Read more »

  • Kenya: No County, National Govt Rivalry - Ruto

    Capital FM

    Deputy President William Ruto has said there is no competition between the national and county governments on service delivery as the two are complementing each other in the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Union Haters Learn From Scottish Vote

    Daily News

    CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Secretary General, Mr Abdulrahman Kinana, has said that the failure of campaigners who had been pushing for Scotland's separation from the United Kingdom... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Observe Discipline, Fire Fighters Urged

    Daily News

    THE Deputy Minister for Home Affairs, Pereira Silima, has underscored the need for fire brigade officers to observe discipline and integrity as they serve the public. Read more »

  • Tanzania: K'njaro Civil Servants File Deceitful Claims

    Daily News

    TEACHERS and other civil servants in Kilimanjaro Region have come up under fire for allegedly filing deceitful, phony financial claims to the tune of 380m/-. Read more »

  • Tanzania: CA Seen Doing Commendable Work

    Daily News

    PRIME Minister Mizengo Pinda has insisted that the ongoing Constituent Assembly (CA) conforms to the requirements of the law and that it should not be suspended. Read more »

  • Kenya: Security Beefed Up in Mombasa

    The Star

    POLICE in Mombasa yesterday intensified security as the nation marked the first anniversary of the Westgate mall attack. Read more »

  • Kenya: Anxiety Over Civil Service Promotions

    The Star

    ANXIETY has gripped the public service after the government slapped a freeze on promotions in all cadres of the Civil Service. Read more »

  • Kenya: Herder Found Dead in Gilgil, Brother Hurt

    The Star

    Residents of an estate in Gilgil found the body of a herder lying in a street on Saturday. They also found the man's brother laying metres away, with serious injuries. Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Marks One Year Since Westgate Raid

    The Star

    KENYANS yesterday commemorated the first anniversary of the Westgate mall attack. Memorial services were held in various parts of the city to honour the victims of one of Kenya's... Read more »

  • Uganda: UK Moves Its Visa Office to South Africa

    Observer

    Ugandans intending to travel to the United Kingdom will have to wait longer than usual for a visa, with urgent cases fetching a surcharge of Shs 420,000. Read more »

  • Uganda: Amama's Last Premier Moments

    Observer

    As if somehow aware that he had no time, Amama Mbabazi began his last day as prime minister a little early. Read more »

  • Uganda: Col Besigye Warns Rugunda On Mafia

    Observer

    Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi was fired on Friday, but opposition politicians say they are surprised not by his sacking but by the former premier's indecisiveness about his... Read more »

  • Uganda: Without Govt Wings, Can Mbabazi Continue to Fly?

    Observer

    Following Friday's sacking of Amama Mbabazi as prime minister, the Kinkiizi West MP swiftly moved to shed the trappings of the office he has held for three years and four months. Read more »

  • Uganda: Mbabazi in His Own Words

    Observer

    With his sacking last Friday, Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi leaves the front bench in Parliament. But an analysis of the Hansard, the official Parliament record, shows... Read more »

  • South Africa: Marikana Evictees Granted Bail

    GroundUp

    Residents from Marikana informal settlement were jubilant outside Athlone Magistrates Court today when twelve of their neighbours were granted bail. The men had been in custody... Read more »

  • Egypt: Military Spokesman - Seven Terrorists Killed, 91 Arrested

    Egypt Online

    Military Spokesman Brig. Mohamed Samir said on Sunday 21/9/2014 that elements of the Armed Forces have managed during the period from September l4-19 to launch a number of... Read more »

  • Kenya: Why Uhuru Should Go to the Hague

    The Star

    THE International Criminal Court has summoned President Uhuru Kenyatta to appear at The Hague in person. Read more »

  • Zambia: DEC Bemoans Alcohol Abuse Levels

    Times of Zambia

    ZAMBIA has a serious problem of alcohol abuse and youths' addiction to psychotropic substances which must immediately be addressed, the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has said. Read more »

  • South Africa: Police in Control of Crime - Phiyega

    SAnews.gov.za

    While challenges with certain categories of crime such as murder and sexual offences remain, South Africa's police have a firm handle on crime, says National Police Commissioner... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: D-Day for Chitungwiza Ex-Mayor

    The Herald

    Former Chitungwiza mayor Philimon Tawengwa Chipiyo, who pleaded guilty last Friday to a charge of swindling a home seeker of more than US$7 000 in a botched stand deal, will be... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man in Court for Raping Girlfriend (15)

    The Herald

    A 31-year-old man has appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Milton Serima on Friday facing charges of raping his 15-year-old girlfriend . Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Counterfeit Notes Land Man in Jail

    The Herald

    A Chitungwiza man was jailed for and effective 14 months last Thursday for attempting to buy sanitary pads with counterfeit notes. Read more »

  • South Africa: Samwu Concerned By Crime Statistics [press release]

    COSATU

    The South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) is shocked by the latest crime statistics released by the Minister of Police Nathi Nhleko and Commissioner Riah Phiyega on the... Read more »

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