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Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

 

KENYA: Wife of missing Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen detained

Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen and his wife Sarah Kamotho. Mr Cohen has been missing since July. PHOTO | COURTESY  By DAILY NATION Ms Sarah Wairimu Kamotho, the wife of 71-year old Dutch millionaire Tob Cohen, has been taken in for questioning by the detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Police sources say that Ms Kamotho was picked up at her Kitisuru home Wednesday evening and detained at Muthaiga Police Station and she is likely to face charges related to the disappearance of her millionaire husband who has notRead More


Wikipedia’s Article of the Day August 29, 2019: All Money Is Legal

All Money Is Legal All Money Is Legal is the debut studio album by American rapper Amil (pictured). A hip hop album, it was released on August 29, 2000, through Roc-A-Fella, Columbia, and Sony Music. Jay-Z, Damon Dash, and Amil served as executive producers. Future spouses Jay-Z and Beyoncé met for the first time during the album’s recording sessions. Although Jay-Z had written Amil’s verses for their past collaborations, she wrote her own lyrics for all of the album’s tracks. The songs focus on wealth and, to a lesser degree,Read More


DRC: Congolese scientist behind the cure for Ebola

Sierra Leone: Health workers prepare to enter an area where Ebola patients get treatment. Flickr image by EC/ECHO/Cyprien Fabre, August 2, 2014. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Jean-Jacques Muyembe-Tamfum: The Congolese scientist behind the cure for Ebola ‘We will no longer say that Ebola is not curable’ By GLOBAL VOICES On August 12, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a positive development in the clinical trials of drugs being tested for the treatment of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR of Congo). WHO asserted that the Ebola drugs showed “advances that willRead More


DRC: Congolese scientist behind the cure for Ebola

Sierra Leone: Health workers prepare to enter an area where Ebola patients get treatment. Flickr image by EC/ECHO/Cyprien Fabre, August 2, 2014. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Jean-Jacques Muyembe-Tamfum: The Congolese scientist behind the cure for Ebola ‘We will no longer say that Ebola is not curable’ By GLOBAL VOICES On August 12, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a positive development in the clinical trials of drugs being tested for the treatment of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR of Congo). WHO asserted that the Ebola drugs showed “advances that willRead More


DRC: Congolese scientist behind the cure for Ebola

Sierra Leone: Health workers prepare to enter an area where Ebola patients get treatment. Flickr image by EC/ECHO/Cyprien Fabre, August 2, 2014. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Jean-Jacques Muyembe-Tamfum: The Congolese scientist behind the cure for Ebola ‘We will no longer say that Ebola is not curable’ By GLOBAL VOICES On August 12, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a positive development in the clinical trials of drugs being tested for the treatment of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR of Congo). WHO asserted that the Ebola drugs showed “advances that willRead More


Uganda abandons bid for hydro project near Murchison Falls: official

Murchison Falls in Uganda. The country’s cabinet has scrapped a plan to build a power plant on River Nile, saying it will destroy Murchison Falls. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP  By THE EASTAFRICAN via AFP Uganda has scrapped plans to construct a hydro power station near Murchison Falls, an official said Wednesday, a project tourism operators had warned would irreversibly scar one of East Africa’s natural wonders. Cabinet agreed the proposed 360-megawatt project on the Victoria Nile in Murchison Falls National Park would “affect the scenery, ecosystem andRead More


Uganda abandons bid for hydro project near Murchison Falls: official

Murchison Falls in Uganda. The country’s cabinet has scrapped a plan to build a power plant on River Nile, saying it will destroy Murchison Falls. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP  By THE EASTAFRICAN via AFP Uganda has scrapped plans to construct a hydro power station near Murchison Falls, an official said Wednesday, a project tourism operators had warned would irreversibly scar one of East Africa’s natural wonders. Cabinet agreed the proposed 360-megawatt project on the Victoria Nile in Murchison Falls National Park would “affect the scenery, ecosystem andRead More


UGANDA: Museveni launches new war on opposition – @BBCWorld @WSJ @CBCNews @SputnikInt @VOANews @AlJazeera_World @NewYorker @nytimes @washingtonpost

Ugandans are going through incredible suffering it begs the question of why few, if any, are talking about our suffering. Today, one of the children of a prominent opposition leader against Military Dictator Yoweri Museveni has gone missing.  The way people in Uganda vanish is worth a documentary.  Certainly, it is worth a documentary. MARTHA LEAH NANGALAMA Moncton, Canada Bududa, Uganda === Posted earlier “UGANDA: Opposition leader Mao’s son goes missing.” @USAmbUganda @JustinTrudeau @realDonaldTrump @EmmanuelMacron @UN @antonioguterres @norbertmao @mugishamuntu @HEBobiwine @kizzabesigye1 @harunakiye === I wish to confirm that today afternoonRead More


New DRC Cabinet Prompts Accusations that Kabila’s Regime Still Holds Power

The Democratic Republic of Congo announces a coalition government, Aug. 26, 2019, eight months after President Felix Tshisekedi won a long-delayed presidential election. WASHINGTON (VOA News) – As the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s new president unveils his coalition government, opposition members are complaining about being left out. On Monday, President Felix Tshisekedi announced his cabinet, seven months after winning a contested election that landed him in the country’s highest office. The 65-member cabinet includes 23 appointees from Tshisekedi’s Direction for Change Party and 42 from former President Joseph Kabila’sRead More


NTVUganda has added Business coaches advise on strengthening savings in an urban economy video

Business coaches advise on strengthening savings in an urban economy The rate of savings with conventional commercial banks stands at 11% out of the industry worth 29 Trillion shillings to date, according to official figures from the financial sector. However, business coaches argue that strengthening savings at the lower tier of the rural and peri-urban economy could boost the rather slow rate of national savings in the country. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTORead More