[Nyasa Times] The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) returns to High Court in Blantyre on March 24 with the the case of former president Bakili Muluzi that has stagnated for about 14 years.
[East African] This is the year for Tanzania’s political hygiene, and, during the coming 350-plus days, we are likely to traverse momentous and fateful decisions and undertakings, which may fundamentally alter the way politics is played and the country is governed.
[East African] The Uganda police will meet with presidential aspirants to agree on the terms in which the politicians will hold public consultations with their supporters.
[East African] Guinea Bissau’s ruling party has filed a petition at the Supreme Court asking it to nullify the December 29, 2019 presidential re-run.
[Monitor] When South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka staged her first concert in Uganda in 1991, President Yoweri Museveni was a hugely popular leader. He had been in power for just five years, and many Ugandans viewed him as a political messiah
[Nyasa Times] A social and governance commentator Makhumbo Munthali has said as the Constitutional Court will be delivering the much-awaited judgement on the disputed presidential election results, it is expected that it will check if there are any noticeable gaps with country’s electoral management systems.
[This Day] Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court, Abuja, will on January 20, 2020, decide the culpability or otherwise of Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello in an alleged double registration suit.
[Deutsche Welle] Incumbent Hage Geingob has won another term in the presidential election but lost a two-thirds majority for the first time. The opposition is crying foul.
[New Era] Windhoek -The Electoral Commission of Namibia has already started granting local, regional and international organisations observer status in this month’s Presidential and National Assembly elections.
[East African] A Ugandan who sought the help of the East African Court of Justice to stop the Uganda government from implementing a law that would allow President Yoweri Museveni to contest the presidency again in 2021 has suffered a blow after the court threw out his objections.