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Tanzania to sell crocodiles

Tanzania will sell 10% of its crocodile population as a way of dealing with increasing human-wildlife conflict, the Citizen newspaper reports quoting the country’s tourism minister. By BBC “There are many cases of people being attacked by the crocodiles and hippos in several areas besides destruction of crops and other properties, but we have come up with a plan, which we believe will reduce such incidents,” said Hamisi Kigwangwala. “We have decided to sell 10% of all the crocodiles in the country,” he added. He said that the government willRead More


Tanzania to sell crocodiles

Tanzania will sell 10% of its crocodile population as a way of dealing with increasing human-wildlife conflict, the Citizen newspaper reports quoting the country’s tourism minister. By BBC “There are many cases of people being attacked by the crocodiles and hippos in several areas besides destruction of crops and other properties, but we have come up with a plan, which we believe will reduce such incidents,” said Hamisi Kigwangwala. “We have decided to sell 10% of all the crocodiles in the country,” he added. He said that the government willRead More


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US prisons chief removed from position after Epstein’s death

FILE – In this July 19, 2019, file photo, acting Director of the Bureau of Prisons Hugh Hurwitz speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington. Hurwitz has been removed from his post more than a week after millionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein took his own life while in federal custody. Attorney General William Barr announced Hugh Hurwitz’s termination Monday, Aug. 19. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) WASHINGTON (Associated Press) — Attorney General William Barr removed the acting director of the Bureau of Prisons from his position Monday, moreRead More


Botswana University to offer Brexit course

By BBC A course about Brexit, the UK’s plan to leave the European Union, is to be offered as an option by the University of Botswana’s history department. The course, called Modern Britain, will “study the crisis” as it happens, a notice shared on Twitter said. Students will, however, not sit for an exam. Bruce Bennett from the university confirmed to the BBC that the course will be offered. “[It] is intended to link the present crisis, which is of interest to many people, to the historical background,” he said.Read More


Relationship between China and Uganda continues to deepen – XINUHUA

Chinese heavy machinery firm opens center in Uganda in African expansion move WAKISO, Uganda, Aug. 18 (Xinhua) — China’s heavy construction machinery company Sany Heavy Industry on Sunday opened an operation center here as the company seeks inroads into Africa. The company through its local dealer Pearltrac (U) Ltd, a subsidiary of Tian Tang Group, opened the center at Namanve Industrial Park, in the central Ugandan district of Wakiso. The operation center has a showroom, service center, maintenance workshop and spare parts warehouse. Zhou Wanchun, vice president of Sany HeavyRead More


UGANDA: Behind Museveni’s tactical withdraw from Lukwago bill

BEHIND MUSEVENI’S TACTICAL WITHDRAW FROM THE ‘LUKWAGO  BILL’ CHANGE OF GUARDS – Uganda’s capital city of Kampala is the country’s commercial center (65% of the GDP), the administrative headquarters and the seat of the economically and politically influential Buganda kingdom.  In his agenda of destroying Buganda, Museveni has always effected an ill agenda of suppressing Buganda’s economic and political muscle starting with Kampala city.  Initially, he pushed for a constitutional provision that made Kampala not part of Buganda.  Since the introduction of the sham multiparty politics, Kampala city has persistentlyRead More


Sudan’s ex-president al-Bashir ‘received $90m from Saudi Arabia’

Sudan’s deposed ruler Omar al-Bashir sits in a defendant’s cage during the opening of his corruption trial in Khartoum [Ebrahim Hamid/AFP] At the start of al-Bashir’s corruption trial, investigator tells court the sum included $25m from Saudi crown prince. By AL JAZEERA, NEWS AGENCIES Omar al-Bashir received millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia, a police investigator has told a court in Sudan‘s capital at the start of the former president’s corruption trial months after he was toppled by the military in the wake of mass protests against his autocratic rule.Read More


Sudan’s ex-president al-Bashir ‘received $90m from Saudi Arabia’

Sudan’s deposed ruler Omar al-Bashir sits in a defendant’s cage during the opening of his corruption trial in Khartoum [Ebrahim Hamid/AFP] At the start of al-Bashir’s corruption trial, investigator tells court the sum included $25m from Saudi crown prince. By AL JAZEERA, NEWS AGENCIES Omar al-Bashir received millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia, a police investigator has told a court in Sudan‘s capital at the start of the former president’s corruption trial months after he was toppled by the military in the wake of mass protests against his autocratic rule.Read More