Queen V Returns, but Will She Take Back Her Title?

[Observer] Queen V, Liberia’s female rap goddess who has been less than active on the musical front for years now, has just dropped two new singles in a bid to restate her relevance to the music industry.

[Observer] Queen V, Liberia's female rap goddess who has been less than active on the musical front for years now, has just dropped two new singles in a bid to restate her relevance to the music industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

New E-Commerce Platforms to Be Unveiled Today

[New Times] Efforts to promote a cashless culture in the country will be boosted after the launch of two new e-commerce solutions that have been developed by local tech innovators this evening. Two Rwandan companies – StreamUpBox and Ifeza Florists – w…

[New Times] Efforts to promote a cashless culture in the country will be boosted after the launch of two new e-commerce solutions that have been developed by local tech innovators this evening. Two Rwandan companies - StreamUpBox and Ifeza Florists - will also launch a third product targeting the hospitality sector to guide people especially visitors where they can find restaurants, cafes or WiFi, among others.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kenya, Uganda Set for ‘Cricket Builds Hope’ Tournament

[New Times] Uganda and Kenya will join five other teams from the United Kingdom that will take part in the Cricket Builds Hope Tournament, which is a lead up to the official launch of Gahanga Cricket Stadium in Rwanda.

[New Times] Uganda and Kenya will join five other teams from the United Kingdom that will take part in the Cricket Builds Hope Tournament, which is a lead up to the official launch of Gahanga Cricket Stadium in Rwanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

NAEB Distributes 4,700 Tonnes of Fertilisers to Boost Coffee Output

[New Times] The National Agricultural Exports Board (NAEB) and stakeholders have started a countrywide campaign to distribute more than 4,700 tonnes of fertilisers to coffee farmers in a move geared at increasing coffee production and export volumes.

[New Times] The National Agricultural Exports Board (NAEB) and stakeholders have started a countrywide campaign to distribute more than 4,700 tonnes of fertilisers to coffee farmers in a move geared at increasing coffee production and export volumes.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Alarm Ministries to Stage Free Concert

[New Times] Alarm Ministries will thrill gospel music fans in a special free concert dubbed “True Worship Atmosphere” on October 22 at Dove Hotel in Gisozi starting at 2:30pm. The live concert will also feature Alarm Ministries’ latest album launch.

[New Times] Alarm Ministries will thrill gospel music fans in a special free concert dubbed "True Worship Atmosphere" on October 22 at Dove Hotel in Gisozi starting at 2:30pm. The live concert will also feature Alarm Ministries' latest album launch.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Age Limit Rallies – 8 Things Police Have Banned

[Monitor] Kampala -The raft of instructions issued by Mr Asuman Mugenyi, the director operations, directly target members of Parliament and gives wide powers to District Police Commanders (DPCs) to deal with them decisively when found in breach.

[Monitor] Kampala -The raft of instructions issued by Mr Asuman Mugenyi, the director operations, directly target members of Parliament and gives wide powers to District Police Commanders (DPCs) to deal with them decisively when found in breach.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Parliament Agrees to Penal Code Amendment

[New Times] Parliament yesterday approved the basis of a government bill that seeks to amend the Penal Code, paving way for the examination of the draft legislation by the House and its eventual enactment into law.

[New Times] Parliament yesterday approved the basis of a government bill that seeks to amend the Penal Code, paving way for the examination of the draft legislation by the House and its eventual enactment into law.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda