[Monitor] Kampala -In just this month of February, Saturday Monitor has documented six people who their families reported kidnapped.
[Observer] The Police’s Flying Squad has arrested a senior presidential adviser on political affairs, Yekoyada Nuwagaba, on suspicion of conning traditional healer Sylvia Namutebi a.k.a Mama Fina of Shs 2 million.
[News24Wire] ‘Flying’ Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has made his fourth foreign trip in 19 days, this time to Mauritius, according to a report on state ZBC radio.
Blood from the sky “LAND of a thousand hills” is an apt nickname for Rwanda.
[This Day] The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is sending 20 officers to the United Kingdom (UK) and South Africa for special training on combat operations aimed at sustaining the capacity of the military to deploy aerial forces to troubled parts of the country.
[Independent]In the wee hours of October 17, a well-known businessman,Eriabu Sebunya Bugembe aka Kasiwukira, was found dead a few metres from the gate to his mansion in Muyenga, an upscale suburb south east of Kampala city.
[RFI]Benin has reacted harshly after France warned its citizens there to be on alert for possible revenge kidnappings or attacks over its military offensive in Mali.