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Kenya:DStv,Telkom Partner to Offer Bundled Internet to Customers

Nairobi — Kenya’s leading video entertainment provider, DStv and Kenya’s premier telecommunications provider, Telkom, have renewed their partnership to offer Kenyans value on both entertainment and Internet at an affordable cost.

Beginning October 2017, all customers purchasing a full kit DStv HD decoder, at a cost of Sh6,999 will get a free MiFi router pre-loaded with 30GB Data from Telkom and one month viewing on the DStv Compact package in a special promotional offer dubbed DStv Na Net.

“We listen to our customers to understand their changing needs and what matters most to them. We strive to improve our customers’ experience in different ways whenever and wherever they engage with us. We understand that Internet has become a basic necessity for doing business and interacting with other people socially. That is why this partnership with Telkom is an important step towards improving our customer experience,” says MultiChoice Kenya Managing Director Eric Odipo.

Telkom Kenya’s Chief Executive Officer, Aldo Mareuse reiterated Telkom is committed to providing innovative solutions to customers and giving them the best value.”This MiFi router,a high speed plug and play mobile data device supports up to 15 users. The free 30GB worth of data gives them the opportunity to experience our data offering as they make an informed long-term choice of Internet service provider based on their experience with our network,” says Mareuse.

“Kenya now has over 88% Internet penetration according to the Communications Authority and this offering which brings together the convenience of the Internet and great TV content via DStv, will further simplify the lives of our customers. This partnership without a doubt provides our customers with the solutions they are looking for in modern day living,” adds Mareuse.

“For DStv, the move to bundle Internet is aimed at improving our customer experience by offering them more value, and at a price they can afford. As the entertainment industry changes, we continually aim to bring people together around shared passions, and offer them an avenue for them to connect with us in the new realities. The DStv Na Net promotion will give our customers the most affordable content at the most affordable price during the one month free Compact viewing window and a convenient Internet connection for the home at only Sh6,999,” says Odipo.

Customers can purchase the DStv HD decoder bundled with the Mifi router at all Multichoice Service Centres at T-Mall, Sarit Centre and Greenspan Malls in Nairobi as well as all leading retail and dealer outlets countrywide.

Telkom customers can also subscribe to a series of competitive existing offers due to their simplicity and affordability. In addition, Telkom customers continue to enjoy Free WhatsApp and 4G for free and free 50MB every day from 6:00 am and 8:00 am courtesy of the Amkia bundle.

The DStv Na Net offer will allow subscribers to view the best family entertainment on DStvCompact including Premier League on SuperSport 11 and La Liga on SuperSport 7, exciting kids channels including DisneyCbeebies, Cartoon Network and Jim Jam, soapies for romance lovers with channels like Telemundo and Eva+, fashion and entertainment news on E! Entertainment, Spice TV and Fashion One, and local shows and movies on, Maisha Magic East and Maisha Magic Bongo.

Kenya

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Kenya: Kenya Awards Firms Licence to Drill for Natural Gas

By Kennedy Senelwa

Zarara Oil & Gas Ltd will start drilling two wells of natural gas after Kenya’s National Environment Management Authority (Nema) approved environmental licences for well sinking on Pate Island off the coast in Lamu.

This is in line with the government’s plan to expedite commercial gas production for power generation.

The company has been set strict deadlines by the Ministry of Energy to start drilling Pate 2 by the end of the year and later Pate 3 as the government wants to reduce the country’s dependence on expensive hydro and thermal power.

Tanzania — which has discovered 57.6 trillion cubic feet (TCF) of gas both onshore and offshore — is the only country in East Africa using natural gas to generate power and plans to use the commodity for fertiliser production.

Zarara’s licences will run until July 2019. It is a subsidiary of Midway Resources International. Nema’s director-general Geoffrey Wahungu said Zarara is required to undertake exploratory drilling at an estimated cost of $159 million.

Logistics

Sinking of Pate 2 well is expected to take 120 days to drill. Zarara said it has started mobilising Greatwall Drilling Company Ltd’s drilling rig, which is already in the country. North Sea Well Engineering Ltd of Norway is the design and planning company.

Kenya Oil and Gas Working Group (KOGWG) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have rolled out a programme to manage the expectations of the local community in Lamu to avoid the Pate project being abandoned by the investor.

KOGWG’s Network Co-ordinator Muturi Kamau said communities from Lamu and Pate Island are being informed about the benefits of Zarara’s exploration activities especially in generating electricity from the gas.

“The community is being trained on mitigating perceived risks and engaging in alternative dispute resolution mechanism to avoid confrontations as excess demands can scare away an investor,” said Mr Kamau.

Pate Marine Community Conservancy (PMCC) said they fear the livelihoods of farmers growing mangoes, maize, vegetables and coconuts could be affected by the drilling of natural gas wells.

“We are worried about what will happen to farmers whose land is next to the drilling site of the wells. A commercial discovery could affect the lifestyle of the people,” said PMCC chairman Mohammed Hussein.

Kenya

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Kenya:Kenya Awards Firms Licence to Drill for Natural Gas

By Kennedy Senelwa

Zarara Oil & Gas Ltd will start drilling two wells of natural gas after Kenya’s National Environment Management Authority (Nema) approved environmental licences for well sinking on Pate Island off the coast in Lamu.

This is in line with the government’s plan to expedite commercial gas production for power generation.

The company has been set strict deadlines by the Ministry of Energy to start drilling Pate 2 by the end of the year and later Pate 3 as the government wants to reduce the country’s dependence on expensive hydro and thermal power.

Tanzania — which has discovered 57.6 trillion cubic feet (TCF) of gas both onshore and offshore — is the only country in East Africa using natural gas to generate power and plans to use the commodity for fertiliser production.

Zarara’s licences will run until July 2019. It is a subsidiary of Midway Resources International. Nema’s director-general Geoffrey Wahungu said Zarara is required to undertake exploratory drilling at an estimated cost of $159 million.

Logistics

Sinking of Pate 2 well is expected to take 120 days to drill. Zarara said it has started mobilising Greatwall Drilling Company Ltd’s drilling rig, which is already in the country. North Sea Well Engineering Ltd of Norway is the design and planning company.

Kenya Oil and Gas Working Group (KOGWG) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have rolled out a programme to manage the expectations of the local community in Lamu to avoid the Pate project being abandoned by the investor.

KOGWG’s Network Co-ordinator Muturi Kamau said communities from Lamu and Pate Island are being informed about the benefits of Zarara’s exploration activities especially in generating electricity from the gas.

“The community is being trained on mitigating perceived risks and engaging in alternative dispute resolution mechanism to avoid confrontations as excess demands can scare away an investor,” said Mr Kamau.

Pate Marine Community Conservancy (PMCC) said they fear the livelihoods of farmers growing mangoes, maize, vegetables and coconuts could be affected by the drilling of natural gas wells.

“We are worried about what will happen to farmers whose land is next to the drilling site of the wells. A commercial discovery could affect the lifestyle of the people,” said PMCC chairman Mohammed Hussein.

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Katavi Region Leads in Teenage Pregnancies Prevalence – Report

By Peti Siyame

Mpanda — AS the world observes International Day of the Girl Child today, Katavi Region is reported to be leading in teenage pregnancies in the country, with a prevalence of 45 per cent.

According to the latest report from the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, nationally, the prevalence stands at 27 per cent. In the line-up, Katavi Region followed by Tabora (43), Dodoma (39), Mara (37) and Shinyanga (34) .

The report further states that about 14 schoolgirls in Nsimbo District Council in the region, have been reported to have dropped out of schools after being impregnated between January and June, this year.

Nsimbo District Council’s Community Development, Ms Dianarose Mnuo cited lack of hostels, failure of the parents and guardians to protect them from ‘temptations’ and long distance from schools to have made the girls to be impregnated prematurely.

Expounding, she further said among the impregnated schoolgirl, five of them were studying at Ugala, Katumba and Kanoge and the rest from Katumba Secondary School (3), Nsimbo (5) and Sitalike (1) as indicated in the brackets.

According to Katavi Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Raphael Muhuga explained that regionally, the day would be commemorated in Mpanda Municipality, since it was leading in the country.

Mr Muhuga said various activities including enlightenment would be offered to the public on the crime, especially to the parents and their guardians on how to reduce teenage pregnancies in the region.

According to the Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey and Malaria Indicator Survey (TDHSMIS) report of 2015, 27 per cent of girls got pregnant before they reached 18.

Meanwhile, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) estimates that in the next 10 years, one million girls would be married before attaining the age of 18 years globally, with Sub-Saharan Africa being in the lead.

Tanzania

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Two More Tanzanian UN Peacekeepers Killed in DRC

TWO more UN peacekeepers from Tanzania have been killed in DR Congo, the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) and the UN have confirmed.

A month ago, a Tanzanian UN peacekeeper, Private Mussa Jumanne Muryery was killed by Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels.

A statement issued by the TPDF identified the slain soldiers as Corporal Maselino Paschal Fabusi and Private Venance Moses Chimboni.

“The two soldiers were killed on Monday after they were attacked by a group of rebels 24km from the town of Beni … our army managed to combat them and control the area,” reads part of the statement.

Following the attacks, the UN has formed a board of enquiry to investigate the incident. A statement issued yesterday by spokesman Stephane Dujarric said eighteen peacekeepers were injured during the incident which occurred on Monday.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr Antonio Guterres , has strongly condemned a series of attacks attributed to the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) in the North Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which resulted in the death of two peacekeepers from the United Republic of Tanzania.

“The Secretary-General offers his condolences to the friends and families of the deceased, as well as to the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania. He wishes a speedy recovery to those injured,” stated the statement.

According to Dujarric, the SG urges the Congolese authorities to swiftly investigate these incidents and bring the perpetrators to justice.

The SG once again called on all armed groups in the country to lay down their weapons and notes that attacks targeting peacekeepers may constitute war crimes under international law.

Tanzania

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TFF On Move to Uplift Arenas

By Benjamin Ben

TFF Media and Communication Officer, Alfred Lucas

ON October 20th this year, Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) and the owner of majority sports arena, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), are heading for meeting in Dodoma to see how to upgrade the standard of the stadiums found countrywide.

This was confirmed yesterday to the ‘Daily News’ by the federation’s Media and Communications Officer, Alfred Lucas who said the meeting’s sole aim is discuss how the two parties can collaborate in upgrading the status of numerous playing grounds used for the Mainland Premier League matches and others at the national and regional levels.

“We want to discuss how we can together improve the status of the playing fields that TFF and Tanzania Premier League Board (TPLB) use to stage the Premier League, First Division (FDL) and Second Division leagues matches, he said adding that the move seeks to transform them into internationally recognized standards,” Lucas said.

Adding, Lucas said CCM has already shown interest to support the move such that today, its special team of officials will begin inspection tour of various playing fields around the nation so that by October 20, this year, they should have their own report to be presented during the meeting.

The country has a good number of stadiums, most of them being owned by the ruling part CCM.

The grounds have been most often used to host competitive local and international matches. Among the notable ones include CCM Kirumba stadium in Mwanza which is the second largest after the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam and can accommodate up to 35,000 spectators.

On March 29th, 2015, CCM Kirumba hosted a friendly international match between Tanzania and Malawi which ended in a 1-1 draw and has been home to Mbao FC, Pamba and Toto Africa which have featured in the topflight league.

CCM also owns, Sokoine Memorial Stadium in Mbeya which was constructed in 1984 with the capacity of 10,000 .

It is a home ground to Mbeya City and Tanzania Prisons, both playing in the premier league. It once hosted a friendly tie between Taifa Stars and Malawi which also ended 1-1 after normal period of play.

Sokoine Stadium was originally known as Mapinduzi Stadium, it was re-named Sokoine Memorial Stadium in 1984 after the death of Edward Sokoine, the then Prime Minister of Tanzania.

Likewise, Maji Maji Stadium in Songea is also the property of CCM and has the capacity of accommodating 10,000 fans. At the moment, the stadium is used as the home ground of Maji Maji FC which trade in the Mainland premier league.

In Iringa, the newly promoted Lipuli FC rely on Samora Machel Stadium while in Tabora there is Ally Hassan Mwinyi, which is also among the biggest sports arena owned by CCM.

Tanzania

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Malawi: Civil Servants to Have Official Govt Email Addresses Next Month

By Anjoya Mwanza

Nkhotakota — Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) through its E-Government department has told civil servants in Nkhotakota that they will have official government email accounts by next month.

Speaking during a meeting organised to orient district civil servants on services available on Government Wide Area Network (GWAN), Deputy GWAN Manager, Sitiopa Kadongola said it is a requirement for every civil servant to use official email addresses when communicating.

Kadongola said the department is working tirelessly to address all issues regarding the formulation of official email addresses which will improve communication process both within and outside government domain.

He explained that the E-mail Addresses would act as an identity to civil servants. He added that the mailing system would accommodate unlimited size of attachment of documents on government e-mail account.

“E-mails can be accessed from anywhere as long as you are connected to the internet. Not only that but e-mails will be received and sent within the GWAN domain without availability of the internet,” said Kadongola.

The GWAN Manager said the government e-mail accounts would be more secure and protected unlike other internet based e-mail services.

“There will be no loss of official e-mails. E-mails are stored on government exchange server and can be restored any time. E-mails are scanned by the GWAN corporate Network Antivirus which is updated daily, thereby exposing no threat to the kept information,” he echoed.

He highlighted that once a civil servant transfers to different departments or districts, the department would help the person with an alternative link which would help them be identified according to where they are and where they have been.

The GWAN official said it is a 10 year project which was initiated in 2014. He narrated it is a priority because spending other two years without functioning would be a loss because government obtained a loan for this project.

“We moved slowly because of lack of support but now we have a ministerial advantage as our project is considered a priority because it is a requirement to use GWAN throughout the government system all over Malawi,” he told the civil servants.

Network Assistant Administrator at GWAN, Chisomo Kamata said the system would also accommodate Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to communicate because it is also cheaper and manageable comparing to other service providers government officials currently use.

“Voice over Internet Protocol is a new technology that provides opportunity of making phone calls using network instead of using traditional phone systems that we use in the offices like Private Branch Exchange (PBX),” narrated Kamata.

He said every government officer who is on GWAN and has a computer with microphone and speaker will be able to use the VoIP.

“E-Government through GWAN is undertaking the process of using VolP to provide an effective way of communication within the government ministries or department and agencies. GWAN has installed and configured the Elastix software on GWAN server to facilitate the implementation of VoIP communication within its domains,” he concluded.

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Aga Khan Arrives for 55th Independence Celebrations

Photo: PPU

President Yoweri Museveni welcomes The Aga Khan to Uganda at State House.

By The Independent

Kampala — The Aga Khan has arrived to join Ugandans as they celebrate their 55th Independence Day, October 9. He is a special guest at Monday’s celebrations in Bushenyi and will receive an honor for the economic contributions he has made to the Uganda.

President Yoweri Museveni on Sunday received The Aga Khan and his delegation at State House Entebbe. Museveni and his guest briefly held discussions on matters of mutual interest.

The Aga Khan told his host that he was looking forward to attending Uganda’s historical event of her independence in Bushenyi district. The theme for this year’s independence is, “Uganda’s freedom must be anchored in the spirit of hard work, resilience and commitment”

The Aga Khan is the 49th hereditary spiritual leader (Imam) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims.

A lot to celebrate

“Our freedom reminds us of the sacrifice of our freedom fighters and their devotion to the cause of freedom through struggle and sacrifice. On this occasion, we remember those people who sacrificed most of their youthful years to force our colonial masters to give us self-rule,” a statement from the Ministry for the Presidency said ahead of the celebrations.

The statement added that, “On this day, we need to remember all the people who contributed to the building of our country. Political leaders, civil servants and ordinary men and women have in their daily lives contributed to the building of our country. Mounting pressure to the colonial administration, organizing through workers’ unions, militant agitations and other forms of demand for independence not until 9th October 1962 that the masters had to yield and grant the independence.”

“The list of these young elites that mounted pressure on the colonial masters that led to the eventual granting of independence is endless and forever we shall be indebted to each and every one in equal measure for their sacrifices.”

“Therefore, as we gather to celebrate this great day in Bushenyi it is imperative that all citizens of Uganda reflect on the nature of commitment of each and every individual can offer in transforming our Motherland to a Middle Income status by 2020.”

In the context of his hereditary responsibilities, The Aga Khan has been deeply engaged with the development of countries around the world for close to 60 years through the work of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), writes akdn.org.

The AKDN is a group of private, international, non-denominational agencies working to improve living conditions and opportunities for people in specific regions of the developing world. The Network’s organisations have individual mandates that range from the fields of health and education to architecture, rural development and the promotion of private-sector enterprise.

Together, they work towards a common goal – to build institutions and programmes that can respond to the challenges of social, economic and cultural change on an on-going basis. The AKDN works in close partnership with public and private institutions, including amongst others, governments, international organisations, companies, foundations, and universities.

AKDN’s social development agencies include the Aga Khan Health Services, Aga Khan Planning and Building Services, Aga Khan Education Services, Aga Khan Academies, the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance, the Aga Khan Foundation, Focus Humanitarian Assistance as well as two universities, the Aga Khan University and the University of Central Asia.

The Aga Khan Trust for Culture co-ordinates AKDN’s cultural activities, including the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Historic Cities Programme, Aga Khan Music Initiative, Aga Khan Museum, and Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture (at Harvard and MIT).

The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) is a for-profit development agency dedicated to building enterprises in tourism, banking, insurance, media, aviation, industry and infrastructure. AKFED reinvests profits in further development initiatives.

The Ismaili Muslims are a global, multi-ethnic community whose members, comprising a wide diversity of cultures, languages and nationalities, live in Central Asia, the Middle East, South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and North America.

The Aga Khan succeeded his grandfather, Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah Aga Khan, as Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims in 1957 at the age of 20. Since taking on his role in 1957, he has dedicated his efforts to improving the quality of life of the most vulnerable populations, while emphasising the view of Islam as a thinking, spiritual faith: one that teaches compassion and tolerance and that upholds human dignity.

In recognition of his exceptional efforts and contributions to human development and improving the social condition of societies globally, the Aga Khan has, over the last six decades, received numerous decorations, honorary degrees, and awards from institutions and nations across the world.

Zimbabwe: 17 School Boys in Botched Circumcision Operations

At least 17 boys of school going-age in Goromonzi were recently forced to seek urgent medical attention after an unknown organisation circumcised and abandoned them.

A report by the Mashonaland East National AIDS Council shows that the boys had to be rushed to health centres in the district after their penises were infected following the botched-up operations.

“A total of 17 adverse events were recorded and were all recorded in Goromonzi district where an unnamed organisation circumcised and abandoned children soon after the procedure,” the NAC report reveals.

Investigations are said to be underway to identify the people and the organisation that carried out the illegal operations.

Meanwhile, the NAC said although 8,000 males in nine districts in Mashonaland East were circumcised in the first half of this year, only three of the males were from Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe (UMP) district.

“There are still visible challenges in UMP. This can be attributed to the issue of personal attitudes as well as limited resources for mobilisation,” the NAC report noted.

“School-based mobilisation can be very useful considering that most of the beneficiaries are still in school.”

According to NAC, only 20% of males in the province from the targeted 60%, had been circumcised.

“The suspension of the use of the pre-pex device has demotivated some males who preferred it to the surgical procedure”.

Murewa district recorded the highest number of males who took part in the voluntary medical male circumcision at 1 272 in the first half of 2017.

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Bobi Wine – We Are More Powerful Than We’ve Been Made to Believe

Photo: Bobi Wine

Bobi Wine

In the thick of Uganda’s current political tensions, artists from across Africa and the diaspora have come to Kampala for a “Your Music Your Voice” 2017 event to collaborate and discuss their common goal of advocating for social justice in their respective countries.

On Tuesday October 3, the visiting artists – along with journalists and other creatives who use their platforms to carry messages of positive social change – engaged in panel discussions at the “Arts and Activism” symposium which was hosted at Uganda Museum by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Uganda and Goethe-Zentrum Kampala.

Uganda’s Robert Kyagulanyi aka Ghetto President Bobi Wine arrived to participate in the panel despite having explosive devices thrown at his home that morning, that Police is investigating. Bobi Wine is one of the MPs opposed to efforts to change the Uganda constitution.

“The majority population is youth but ministers are over 60 years of age. Leadership has a disconect with the youth majority. That is a gap we need to bridge,” Bobi Wine said at the discussion.

“We are more powerful than we’ve been made to believe. People power is stronger than people in power.”

The morning panel at the “Your Music Your Voice” moderated by David Tumusiime included artists from several African countries who discussed their approach to advocacy through music, and how they face challenges such as censorship, intimidation and arrests, working with NGOs/funders and engaging the youth in productive activism.

“My body is a piece of art on its own. Its about telling stories. I cant inspire freedom, if I am not free myself,” said Eric Ngangare aka Eric Onekey from Rwanda.

We’re facing problems The West created: borders, wealth taken, education system. Our partnership isn’t equal.- @OutspokenZW #ArtsnActivismUG pic.twitter.com/KXmcjmO6X4

— Goethe Zentrum Kla (@GZ_Kampala) October 3, 2017

@HEBobiwine on how to keep good people from becoming bad leaders once they attain power. #ArtsnActivismUg pic.twitter.com/Dha5Aso81i

— KimERA (@UgRwah) October 3, 2017

The “Arts and Activism in Uganda” panel focused on Ugandan advocates for positive social change through various media – a Parliament Watch Uganda blogger, a cartoonist, photographer, rapper, poet – who shared their views on what it means to be civically engaged in Uganda.

“The burden of proof falls on you to prove that my cartoons are about you,” said satire cartoonist Jimmy Spire Ssentongo when asked how he “gets away with it”.

“I receive more warnings from family than I do from the government. Actually I have never been warned by government,” Spire said.

Dr Jimmy Ssentongo (🎤) , the man behind Spire cartoons #ArtsnActivismUg #YourMusicYourVoice pic.twitter.com/rhY7OAPNIG

— 🤙Derek (@kabderrick) October 3, 2017

The visiting artists will join local positive change makers to put up a concert at the Design Hub (5th Street beside Bata) late on October 4th 2017.

“Your Music Your Voice” is organized by Goethe-Zentrum Kampala in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and supported by Goethe-Institute, Arterial Network and the online platform Music in Africa.

The artists participating are Bobi Wine (Uganda), Tongai Makawa aka Outspoken (Zimbabwe), Jason Mushumbusi Mutalemwa aka Nash MC (Tanzania), Eric Onekey (Rwanda), Monza (Mauretanien), Xuman (Senegal).

Others are Spire (satire cartoonist), Peter Kagayi (poet), Lloyd Lutara (screen writer), Muyingo Siraj (photojournalist), Lady Slyke (Hiphop news writer), Jackie Kemigisha (blogger)

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