Zambia deports racey South African dancer Zodwa Wabantu

Zambia has today evening deported a controversial female South African dancer, Zodwa Wabantu, who is popularly known for performing without underwear, on the grounds that her performance would “undermine national values”. According to her Zambian promoter, Lucky Munakampe, Wabantu was deported at about about 05: 20 PM. The dancer had been due to perform on tonight in Lusaka at the launch of a music album organized by a local entertainment company, Sunset Sound Production. The Council stated that Wabantu’s performances were not in the public interest and undermined our national…

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Police officer held for raping suspect

Police in Mbale District is holding a police officer attached to Sukari Police Booth in Namakwekwe Ward, Northern Division on charges of raping a suspect in custody. The Elgon region Police Spokesperson, Suwed Manshur confirmed the arrest today and identified the suspect as, Joel Magombe, 37, who allegedly committed the offence on last night. Manshur said that preliminary investigations indicate that the suspect persuaded the woman, whom he didn’t name, to go and spend a night at his home instead of transferring her to the central police station. Manshur also…

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Heavy rains destroy crops,houses in Kisoro

Heavy rains yesterday evening devastated property, houses, schools and gardens of crops in Kisoro district. The most affected sub counties are; Nyarubuye , Nyarusiza  , Muramba and Murora.  The heavy downpour that lasted for at least two hours started at around 06:00pm. The Bufumbira South Legislator, Hon. Sam Bitangaro says that 56 houses were destroyed. Bitangaro also says that Kibugu and Ngunda Primary schools in Sooko parish Muramba Sub County were also ravaged by the heavy downpour. He adds that gardens of Irish potatoes, beans and sweet potatoes were also…

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USAID donates 37,500 in Ibanda

Ibanda district health department yesterday received 37,500 pieces of condoms in form of a donation from United States Agency for International Development -USAID Rhites, a Non-government organization operating in South Western Uganda, as a way of fighting against the spread of sexual transmitted infections. According to the District Director of Health Services, Vicent Mugisha condoms will be mainly distributed in hotspots of Ibanda municipality, Igorora, Ishongororo and Rwenkoobwa town councils. Mugisha also says that the donation has come at a time when the district was battling a stock out, thus…

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