Latest News April 19, 2016

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  • Malawi: Muluzi Case Halted As Co-Accused Collapses in Court
    [Nyasa Times] The alleged corruption trial of former president Bakili Muluzi on Monday started on a sad note as hardly a few minutes after cross examination of the first witness started, the second accused, Violet Whiskey collapsed in court.
  • Zambia: George Residents Target Foreign Nationals
    [Zambia Reports] The fragile peace in Lusaka’s Zingalume and Garden townships over ritual murders in the area blew up this morning with residents taking it out on foreign nationals whose property they looted.
  • Malawi: Govt Recalls Its Envoys in Kenya, Zambia, Japan
    [Nyasa Times] Malawi government has recalled its envoys from Kenya, Zambia and Japan and relocating some amidst report that President Peter Mutharika is “absolutely furious” with the fraud at Malawi mission in Addis Ababa and has called for thorough investigations.
  • Ethiopia: Ethiopian Runners Dominate Boston Marathon
    [allAfrica] Ethiopian runners have broken the world record after sweeping both men’s and women’s Boston Marathon titles.
  • Tanzania: Govt to Table Controller and Auditor General Report
    [Daily News] Dodoma -The government will on Friday table to the National Assembly the much-awaited report of the Controller and Auditor General (CAG).
  • Tanzania: Critical Education Deal Sealed
    [Daily News] TANZANIA Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN) and Universal Communications Service Access Fund (UCSAF) have entered into an agreement in which the latter will provide education materials that will be distributed to schools.
  • Tanzania: War on Corruption Yields Results
    [Daily News] Morogoro -SOME 596 cases related to corruption are currently going on in courts with 6.5bn/- being saved, thanks to the intensified anti-graft crusade by President John Magufuli’s administration.
  • Zimbabwe: 'Britain Must Compensate Zim'
    [The Herald] Government wants Britain to compensate Zimbabwe for the resources it looted before the country’s independence in 1980.
  • Namibia: Sex Workers Demand Legalisation
    [Namibian] AN ORGANISATION which represents some sex workers yesterday met DTA secretary general Elma Dienda, and asked her to table a motion for the legalisation of their profession.

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