Category Archives: Africa

Mr Joseph Mayanja “Chameleone” 85 percent defeats haji Ssebaggala 53 percent in the vetting committee questioner

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Mr Joseph Mayanja “Chameleone” 85 percent defeats haji Ssebaggala 53 percent in the vetting committee questioner. Whisper Eye Reports

Kampala Lord Mayor aspirant Mr Joseph Mayanja a music legend in East and central Africa who turned into politician popularly know by his stage name Dr Jose Chameleone has defeated 20years MP for Kawempe north in the National Unity Platform (NUP) vetting committee today at party headquarters in Kamwokya, Kampala.

Museveni maintains Covid19 mask as he meets defiant Magufuli

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Museveni maintains covid19 mask as he meets defiant Magufuli. Whisper Eye Reports

Uganda president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni meets his Tanzania counterpart John Pombe Magufuli while wearing a face mask as one of the recommended measures to prevent the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

Adulate: CDEDI Pens Chakwera to discipline Harry Mkandawire for attacking state vice president

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Adulate: CDEDI Pens Chakwera to discipline Harry Mkandawire for attacking state vice president. Whisper Eye Reports

CDEDI asks Dr Lazarus Chakwera to discipline Mkandawire for ‘castigating’ hero worshiped Vice President of Malawi, Dr Saulos Chilima.

The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) says President Lazarus Chakwera should take action against Malawi Congress Party (MCP) second vice President Harry Mkandawire over “highly insensitive and derogatory” remarks against Vice President Saulos Chilima.

Lilongwe Covid-19: We want risk allowances, Teachers have boycotted teaching in Malawi after the reopening of schools

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Lilongwe Covid-19: We want risk allowances, Teachers have boycotted teaching in Malawi after the reopening of schools. Whisper Eye Reports

Some irate teachers have vowed not to report back to schools if government in Malawi has not given them Covid-19 risk allowances before reporting back.

According to one of the teachers who opted for anonymity, told Whisper Eye correspondent in Lilongwe, Malawi that the government of Malawi ordered candidates classes to resume on Monday 7th September 2020, but some teachers have refused to report to schools.

Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto is set to quit the ruling party – Jubilee Party

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Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto is set to quit the ruling party – Jubilee Party.Whisper Eye Reports

What is happening in Jubilee party currently has served to frustrate the deputy president William Ruto to an extent of him thinking of quitting the party they formed with president Uhuru Kenyatta.

It should be recalled that the whole story started with the handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Rt Hon. Raila Odinga, which gave birth to the building bridges initiative (B.B.I), where the constitution amendments through the referendum are expected to be made , which allegedly Ruto is opposed to.

Just In: Rebels over ran ituri province in DRC

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Just In: Rebels over ran ituri province in DRC . Whisper Eye Reports.

Notorious rebel group has overran Bunia town the capital of Ituri province in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) today Friday September 4, 2020 morning.

We’re Not Just Losing Our Global Air Conditioner. We’re Actively Destroying It.

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The science on the rapidly melting Arctic sea ice, our global air conditioner, was already bleak enough to warn us all to leave it alone. And yet, as a new study in Nature reveals that even the direst projections for ice loss have proved too conservative, ships are heading into the Arctic Ocean in increasing numbers to damage what’s left. The global effects include overheated oceans, storms, fires, crop failures, and disease. How much more catastrophe do we need before we decide it’s time to change our ways?  

The Arctic sea ice is pivotal to our survival. It acts as a giant shield at the top of the Earth, reflecting 50% of the sun’s heat back to space. This helps keep our weather patterns stable, so we have the food, resources and infrastructure we need to live. But it’s been melting away for decades. Now, according to the Nature study, it’s vanishing even faster than scientists predicted. Only the worst-case scenario models considered by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), with the highest carbon dioxide emissions, come close to the actual rate of melt. 

Mali’s useless coup proves need for African unity- Obedgiu Samuel

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By Obedgiu Samuel aka Strike Machine

The army has seized government in Mali. It’s a useless coup that will not last long. The sooner it’s reversed, the better it is for Mali and for Africa.

Coups that had good outcomes in Africa have been few, including Jerry Rawling’s in Ghana and Thomas Sankara’s in what was Upper Volta and became Burkina Faso. Mostly, coups have resulted merely in ineffective political elites being replaced by even more destructive military elites.

Possible coup detat underway in Mali

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A regional official says Mali’s president and prime minister are now in the custody of mutinous soldiers, sparking fears the country could be plunged into further political turmoil.
Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and Prime Minister Boubou Cisse have been detained by mutinying soldiers on Tuesday night.

The two leaders were taken into custody in an apparent mutiny, army officer Sidi Gakou told DPA.

World Lions Day: World Animal Protection calls for Lions protection to avert it’s extinction

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World Lions Day: World Animal Protection calls for Lions protection to avert it’s extinction. Whisper Eye Reports.

As the world marks World Lions Day today, World Animal Protection a local Ngo in Uganda warns that the King of the Jungle may soon be extinct if urgent measures are not taken.


The World Animals Protection has called for urgent intervention from authorities to protect the king of jungle.