2012-03-15 13:36:50Bashir Welcomes Addis Ababa Deal As Kiir Vows No Compromise On Border Areas[Sudan Tribune]
Sudan's President Omar Al-Bashir received on Wednesday a briefing from his country's negotiating team on the two deals signed with neighbouring South Sudan on nationality and the demarcation of common boundaries.
Thursday, 12-05-13, 11:30Buturo Rallies MPs On Bahati Gay Bill[Observer]Former Ethics and Integrity Minister James Nsaba Buturo has urged MPs to avoid compromising their voters' interests and debate and pass the long-delayed 2009 Anti-homosexuality bill.
Thursday, 12-05-13, 11:03Arrest Men Who Marry Schoolgirls, Kikwete Orders[Daily News]Mwanza -PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has ordered leaders at various levels to crack down on men who marry primary schoolgirls and send them to court. President Kikwete issued the order in Itilima District, Simiyu Region.
Thursday, 12-05-13, 11:03Minjingu Fertilizer 'Is Good Enough'[Daily News]Dodoma -THE government defended Minjingu NPS+ organic fertilizer, explaining that lack of proper education on application is to blame for poor performance in some parts of the country.
Thursday, 12-05-13, 10:29Biya, Other African Peers Meet in Paris[Cameroon Tribune]President Paul Biya is expected to make some very useful contributions to the Elysée Summit given his track record in the search for solutions to the continents multifarious security challenges. President Paul Biya arrived in Paris, France early yesterday evening to join some other 40-odd African peers for the Elysée summit beginning tomorrow and summoned by the French President François Hollande to discuss Africa's degenerating security situation.