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September 17, 2017 7:27 AM Uganda minister catches corrupt hospital workers

KAMPALA-Uganda’s health minister disguised herself as a patient and caught two medical workers demanding a bribe for free government services, she told AFP on Saturday. Health Minister Sarah Opendi said she wore a face veil and travelled to a hospital in the capital Kampala on a boda-boda (motorbike taxi) to disguise her identity. “I received many complaints 1

September 16, 2017 12:53 PM Disguised Uganda minister catches corrupt hospital workers

KAMPALA: Uganda's health minister disguised herself as a patient and caught two medical workers demanding a bribe for free government services, she told AFP on Saturday. Health Minister Sarah Opendi said she wore a face veil and travelled to a hospital in the capital Kampala on a boda-boda (motorbike taxi) to disguise her identity. "I received many complaints

September 11, 2017 7:52 AM E-taxi drivers down their tools

E-hailing drivers on Uber, Taxify, Little and Mondo Ride platforms have gone on strike in Nairobi. The drivers are protesting against unfriendly policies by their service providers. “We online drivers and partners would like to inform our esteemed customers that as from this coming Monday 11/9/2017 our services shall not be available until further notice 7

August 26, 2017 7:46 PM ‘Not afraid’: Defiant Barcelona marches against terror

Tens of thousands of people marched through the heart of Barcelona on Saturday in a defiant display of unity against terrorism, joined by Spain’s King Felipe VI — who nonetheless was the target of jeers by Catalan separatists. The municipal police said in a Twitter post that half a million people participated in the march to commemorate last week’s deadly 5

August 18, 2017 1:05 PM Elephant conservationist in Tanzania gunned down by suspected ivory poachers

A renowned conservationist who devoted his life to stopping the runaway slaughter of elephants in East Africa has been shot and killed by suspected ivory poachers. Wayne Lotter, a 51-year-old South African, was killed Wednesday night in Tanzania. His two killers ambushed him in a taxi heading to his hotel in Dar es Salaam. He had received death threats 3

August 18, 2017 9:15 AM Renowned anti-poaching leader murdered by gunmen in Tanzania

NAIROBI — A leading wildlife conservationist who pioneered new techniques to catch elephant poachers and ivory smugglers was shot and killed in Tanzania on Wednesday. Wayne Lotter, a 51-year-old South African, was in a taxi in Dar es Salaam when it was stopped by another vehicle. Two men opened the car door and one shot him. Lotter had for years received 2

August 11, 2017 10:16 PM Jubilee supporters celebrate Uhuru Kenyatta win

Supporters of Jubilee on Friday evening flooded streets in various towns to celebrate after President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared winner of the August 8 poll. Singing and dancing, the celebrations kicked off shortly before Mr Kenyatta headed to Bomas, after it became evident to the supporters that IEBC was preparing to announce the final presidential 32

July 23, 2017 8:14 PM Mike Sonko promises to fulfil pledges within 100 days

Small-scale traders, the jobless, taxi owners and the poor in general will be the biggest beneficiaries if Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko is elected Nairobi County’s governor and proceeds to fulfil his promises. In his manifesto launched Sunday, Mr Sonko said business licence fees, land rates and parking fees would revert to the amounts they paid in 2012 before 7

July 13, 2017 10:09 AM Rooney mania grips Tanzania as Everton play Gor Mahia

Wayne Rooney mania has gripped East Africa as England's record goal-scorer makes his first appearance for Everton since his return to the side at a historic match later in Tanzania. Rooney has been the centre of attention since Everton flew into Tanzania on Wednesday for a friendly. "Rooney, Rooney, Rooney," fans chanted as the team bus arrived at their 5

June 27, 2017 8:24 PM No more taxes for Machakos traders as Governor Mutua orders waiver

Small-scale traders will from today enjoy an indefinite tax holiday after the county waived all taxes on their operations. The county government has also declared it will not increase fees on Single Business Permits, and directed all penalties imposed on defaulters to be lifted. In a move that is seen as an attempt to woo the traders ahead of the August 10