By Mulindwa Walid Lubega
Yesterday, over 6 million registered Malawians thronged in huge numbers to polling booths across the Country to re-elect the next President of Malawi marking and end to a full year political showdown between Government, Opposition and civil society.
The re- run
of May 2019 Presidential election was ordered by Malawi Constitutional court in
February 2020 after judges found widespread
irregularities with the original ballot.
saw the 80 year old President Prof. Peter Mutharika narrowly re-elected for the
second term by less than 159,000 Votes with a 38.6% share of the votes cast
against his erstwhile political nemesis the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leader
Lazarus Chakwera with 35.4% and President Mutharika's Vice President Saulos
By Our Reporter
businessman has rushed to court to stop Kira Municipality officials from
forcefully grabbing his land in a bid to open up an ‘illegal road’.
Ssemalwadde, the Managing Director of Logistics Giant Globe Trotters Ltd,
sought court redress after accusing the Municipal Council bosses led by Mayor
Julius Mutebi, of allegedly orchestrating a plot to deprive him of his land
through coercion and violence.
In his plaint
filed through his lawyers of Barnabas DK Dyadi & Co. Advocates at the High
Court Land Division in Kampala, Ssemalawadde wants court to direct the Kira
Municipality officials to halt any attempts of illegally running a road through
his land. This is on the grounds that on top of killing his business that
employs hundreds of Ugandans, ...
Shenzhen, China: Today, Huawei’s Deputy Chairman Ken Hu outlined its vision and action plan for education under its digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL, at the Global Education Webinar entitled "Driving Equity and Quality with Technology", emphasizing that "connecting schools and skills development are two key ways for Huawei to improve equitable and quality education."
The webinar was joined by leaders and experts from UNESCO,
GSMA, the Ministry of National Education of Senegal, universities and
educational institutions, as well as the private sector.
Equitable and Quality in Education through Technology
Digital technology plays an important role in education.
However, 50% of the world’s population still does not have Internet access, and
many people lac...