[News24Wire] His running spikes are nearly flat, but they have carried disabled athlete Rouvaun Wallace over the finish line as he sets out to break world and national records on the track.
AS THE SUN slipped into the Mediterranean on June 3rd, imams in Gaza took to their minarets to announce the end of Ramadan.
[Premium Times] Nigerians will soon be able to ascertain their HIV status from the comfort of their homes, the Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has said.
[Deutsche Welle] Rights groups are demanding an investigation into the death of activist Caroline Mwatha a week after her disappearance.
[Deutsche Welle] More than half of the herbal remedies sold in Kampala to treat erection problems contain the drug Viagra, often at dangerous levels, warns Uganda’s National Drug Authority.
[Nation] I spent three and a half hours (from 7.30am to 11am) at the Immigration offices in Nairobi recently waiting to pick my new passport.
[Monitor] Supporters of singer-cum-politician Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine held a protest in Bugembe Town Council along the Jinja-Iganga Highway which paralysed traffic flow on Friday afternoon.
[The Herald] DYNAMOS interim coach Lloyd Chigowe has praised the work ethic demonstrated by his charges at training and is hoping to transform the zeal into results when they face army side Black Rhinos in a Castle Lager Premiership soccer match at Rufaro tomorrow.
[East African] Nine Ethiopian air traffic controllers alleged to be leading a weeklong work boycott have been arrested.
The private sector’s complicity in human rights violations often go unaccounted for in the broader discourse of corruption and human rights. “It is the possibility to challenge this impunity, and make life a little more uncomfortable for the powerful, that I love about our work,” says Michael Marchant