September 18

  • Liberia: Court Hears Brumskine's Lawsuit Against Gas Station Construction


    Presiding Judge Emery Paye of the Civil Law Court Thursday ruled to reserve ruling into the writ of preliminary injunction filed last week by Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine to the... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Nnauye Predicts CUF 'Downfall' in Zanzibar

    Daily News

    CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Ideology and Publicity Secretary, Mr Nape Nnauye, has claimed that CUF has laid the ground for its downfall for nodding to the formation of a government... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Cohabitating Ends Tragically As Woman Dies Mysteriously

    Daily News

    TWO people, including a woman whose body was found in her boyfriend's bedroom, died in Dar es Salaam on Tuesday. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Six Karagwe Men Jailed Seven Years Each for Theft

    Daily News

    THE Karagwe District Magistrate's court has jailed six people to seven years imprisonment each after they were convicted of house breaking and stealing. Read more »

  • East Africa: EA Court Hears Power Plant Case

    Daily News

    THE East African Court of Justice First Instance Division on Tuesday heard a matter seeking the determination of a case challenging an agreement signed between Uganda and China to... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Why Senate President Resigned

    New Times

    Dr Jean Damascène Ntawukuliryayo stepped down as Senate president yesterday after 15 members of the Upper House signed a petition calling for an extra ordinary session to... Read more »

  • Kenya: Migori Apology Party to Meet Uhuru At 10am Thursday

    The Star

    The abortive meeting that was scheduled to take place between President Uhuru Kenyatta and a delegation from Migori county has been rescheduled to Thursday morning at 10am. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Somali National Held for Attempted Bribery

    New Times

    Police in Huye district are holding a man of Somali origin for allegedly attempting to bribe Police officer. Read more »

  • Kenya: Migori Leaders' Meeting With Uhuru Flops

    The Star

    MIGORI Governor Okoth Obado ferried at least 300 people from his county to apologize personally to President Uhuru Kenyatta over the botched rally last week, but the meeting failed... Read more »

  • Kenya: Housewife Bonded in Assault Case

    The Star

    A Kibera court has released a housewife who poured hot water on her alleged husband's lover on Sh50,000 bond. Read more »

  • Kenya: Muturi Invites EACC to Check MPs' Fuel Claims

    The Star

    SPEAKER of the National Assembly Justin Muturi has requested the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission to help Parliament design an efficient finance management system to stop cash... Read more »

  • Kenya: IGP Counsels Cops On PR

    The Star

    Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo has urged officers to build good relations with the public so that they can win the war against crime. Read more »

  • Kenya: Four Police Officers Killed in Accident At Roadblock

    The Star

    FOUR police officers died along the Emali-Loitoktok road on Tuesday night after a motorist rammed into their sentry house by the roadside. Read more »

  • Kenya: Referendum May Take Place in 2016

    The Star

    IT may take the country more than one year to go into a referendum depending on the speed with which the proponents make their initial submissions to the Independent Electoral and... Read more »

  • Kenya: Governors Defend Rutto From Duale

    The Star

    A culture of intolerance that will destroy the constitutional strides Kenya has made is slowly creeping in, the Council of Governors has warned. Read more »

  • Kenya: UDF to Rebrand As Party Chair Is Fired

    The Star

    UDF leader Musalia Mudavadi's plan to re-brand into Amani National Congress and pull out of Jubilee has sparked-off a storm. Read more »

  • Kenya: MCA Storms Kidero's Office Over Clamped Car

    The Star

    The problem of parking in the CBD yesterday came into the fore after Nyayo Highrise MCA Maurice Akuk's car was clamped outside City Hall. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Good Samaritan Loses Car to 'Hitch-Hiker'

    The Herald

    The old adage "one good turn deserves another" did not apply to a Chinamhora man who lost his car to an 18-year-old hitch-hiker he had offered a lift. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Liberation War Hero Ndingadini Buried

    The Herald

    Liberation war hero Warrant Officer Class Two Isaac Ndingadini was on Tuesday buried at the Harare Provincial Heroes Acre at Warren Hills. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Is Zim Justice System Weak?

    The Herald

    Some media reports have suggested that insurance companies and related service providers have routinely used weaknesses in the justice system to defer, indefinitely, determinations... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Era of Demos Gone Forever, Mr Tsvangirai

    The Herald

    IT was such a surprise to hear the MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai urging Zimbabweans to engage in street protests against President Mugabe's rule which he said had been... Read more »

  • Liberia: Police Director Under Fire As Wesseh Rubbishes Move

    New Dawn

    Police Director Chris Massaquoi has come under heavy public criticism, with harsh words of condemnation coming from some senior government officials over a purported letter he... Read more »

  • Mozambique: Frelimo Member Sentenced for Damaging MDM Posters


    A court in the northern Mozambican province of Niassa has sentenced a supporter of the ruling Frelimo Party, Sergio Basilio, to five months imprisonment for destroying election... Read more »

  • South Africa: Inter-Ministerial Task Team to Manage Nigeria Tragedy

    President Jacob Zuma has established an Inter-Ministerial Task Team to help manage the tragic collapse of a building at the Synagogue Church of All Nations. Read more »

  • Namibia: Farmer Offers Reward for Stock Theft Breakthrough


    A FARMER from the Karibib district has offered a N$10 000 reward to the person who can provide information that will lead to the arrest of the culprits responsible for the... Read more »

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