President John Magufuli of Tanzania, a populist leader who played down the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic and steered his country away from democratic ideals, died on Wednesdayin the port city of Dar es Salaam. He was 61.Magufuli had first been briefly admitted to the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute on March 6, but was subsequently discharged, Hassan said on state television. But he was rushed to hospital again on March 14 after feeling unwell.
President John Magufuli
After the death was announced, opposition leader Zitto Kabwe said he had spoken to Hassan to offer condolences for Magufuli’s death.
“The nation will remember him for his contribution to the development of our country,” Kabwe said in a statement published on Twitter.
President John Magufuli
Bank Of Uganda Governor Emmanuel Mutebile and Inspector Of Police Ochola vetted were today vetted by Parliament for their new contracts.
Prof. Emmanuel TUMUSIIME-MUTEBILE has served as Governor and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Uganda since 2001 to date.
Prof. Emmanuel TUMUSIIME-MUTEBILE
A seasoned professional economist and reformer, he spearheaded the design and implementation of the Economic Reform Program that restored Uganda from the economic crises of the 1970s and 1980s to sound economic performance during his service as the Permanent Secretary/Secretary to the Treasury in the ministry responsible for finance, planning, and economic development.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ochola is seen after being vetted by Parliament ...
Available for free in digital and physical formats, the book provides inspirational real-life stories for future generations and young leadersJOHANNESBURG, South Africa, March 3, 2021/ -- As part of its celebration around International Women’s Month, Facebook (www.Facebook.com) today announced the launch of ‘LeadHERs: Life Lessons From African Women’, a collection of beautifully inspired stories & life advice from 19 women who are breaking boundaries in fields such as media, entertainment, politics, education and business.Available for free in digital and physical formats, the book provides inspirational real-life stories for future generations and young leaders. Each chapter focuses on a personal experience and life lesson around how these women have navigated their path to success, ...
The campaign aims to highlight the successes, strength and resilience of its users, whilst reinforcing Facebook’s ongoing commitment to the region
NAIROBI, Kenya, December 17, 2020/ -- Facebook (http://www.Facebook.com) today released its “2020 Year in Review: Highlights” an infographic showcasing some of its key investments and work across Africa in 2020. Supported by an animated video celebrating and showcasing a few people across the continent rising against the challenges of this unexpected year, the campaign aims to highlight the successes, strength and resilience of its users, whilst reinforcing Facebook’s ongoing commitment to the region.
SSA YIR 2020 Assets (English)
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Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) a body that is entrusted to regulate communication in the country has penned to Google and Facebook demanding them to pull down platforms alleged to have contributed to the recent riots in Uganda.
Riots erupted in Uganda’s major towns after the arrest of opposition presidential candidate of National Unity Platform (NUP) Kyagulanyi Ssentumu Robert popularly known as Bobi Wine.
About 100 people were killed during the riots, and after those who had sustained serious injuries.
Hundreds were left nursing serious injuries and many were left unemployed after losing businesses.
UCC letter to Google Inc accuses these platforms for fuelling the violence which resulted into reckless death of innocent Ugandans.
These platforms which are pro Bobi Win...