news From All Africa
- Uganda: Museveni Re-Elected Amid Controversy
[Al Jazeera] Yoweri Museveni, who has ruled Uganda for 30 years, has been re-elected the country’s president in an election overshadowed by arrests of politicians and allegations of rigging.
- Somalia: Prime Minister, Delegates Denied Entry into Nairobi – Report
[Shabelle] High-level delegates led by Somali PM have been denied entry of Kenya’s capital Nairobi after landing at Jomo Kenyatta airport over unknown reason, MP said.
- South Africa: Alleged Robber Killed By Residents After Store Heist
[News24Wire] An alleged armed robber is expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court this week following a heist at a store which resulted in the death of an accomplice on Saturday.
- Comoros: UN Chief Welcomes Poll Preparations Progress
[UN News] United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the progress made by the people of the Comoros in preparations for presidential elections and polls for island governors on Sunday.
- Mozambique: Success Story Under Threat
[ISS] Since mid-2015, over 3 000 refugees from Mozambique have fled to neighbouring Malawi and are being housed in camps set up by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees.
- Africa: Egypt Business Forum Promotes Key African Ties
[allAfrica] Sharm el-Sheikh -Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el Sisi is calling on African leaders to invest in education so that the continent’s peoples can acquire the skills to contribute to the region’s economic growth.
- Kenya: Yemi Alade – Kenya Is Special
[Nation] Yemi Alade was in Kenya for a week to shoot a video for her yet-to-be-released collabo track with Sauti Sol, titled “Africa”.
- South Africa: Six Injured in Hillcrest Taxi Collision
[News24Wire] Six people were injured when a minibus taxi and another vehicle collided in Hillcrest, KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday.
- Uganda: President Yoweri Museveni Declared Election Winner
[Deutsche Welle] Uganda’s election commission has declared Yoweri Museveni the winner of the presidential elections. His opponent Kizza Besigye was reported to have won 35 percent of the votes.
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