Monthly Archives: July 2018

Zimbabwe’s MDC Alliance says Chamisa beat Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe’s opposition says its candidate, Nelson Chamisa, has won Monday’s presidential election.

The MDC Alliance says the ruling Zanu-PF party is attempting to rig the vote

Results show beyond reasonable doubt that Chamisa has won.

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Vote counting is under way in Zimbabwe’s first election since Robert Mugabe was ousted after 37 years in power, as observers warn of possible shortcomings in the country’s landmark poll.

Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) retires soldiers from active service.

Today 31st July 2018, Uganda Peoples Defence Forces has retired several officers and militants from active service. The colorful ceremony was held at General Military Headquarters Bombo.

The great king of Buganda – Luzindana Adam Buyinza

Congratulations my King; Congratulations Buganda Kingdom, Congratulations the Baganda and the people of Buganda.

President Museveni terms judgment as undemocratic age limit nonsense

President Museveni has criticized judges of the Constitutional Court for nullifying the extension of the term of Parliament from five years to seven and described their decision as an “undemocratic age limit nonsense”

Israel army prepares plan B for war

Some weeks ago the Israel army showed the security cabinet a list of possible scenarios for war on the northern border, and its implications for the home front

Car bomb kills at least 10 in Philippines

At least 10 people were killed when militants linked to the Abu Sayyaf terror group struck a military checkpoint with a car bomb

Sexual abuse ‘endemic’ in international aid sector, damning report finds

Sexual abuse of vulnerable women and girls by international aid workers is “endemic” and has been happening for years, with perpetrators easily moving around the sector undetected

IS claims fatal Tajik attack on foreign cyclists

The Islamic State group (IS) has said it was responsible for an attack in Tajikistan on Sunday, in which four foreign tourists were killed.

US claim North Korea working on new missiles

North Korea appears to be building new ballistic missiles despite recent warming ties with the Trump administration, media reports say.

President Kiir ready to sign peace deal

South Sudanese President Monday said that his government is still in talks with the non-signatory groups ahead of the formal signing of an agreement on

South Sudan Opposition Alliance members likely to sign peace

South Sudan’s information minister Michael Makuei Lueth said on Monday that some members of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) are likely to initialize the agreement before the 5th August which will witness the final signing of the agreement.