Prosecute Men Who Impregnate Teenagers, Says Civil Society

[New Times] Members of civil society organisations and religious leaders have appealed to the Government to launch an investigation into the people responsible for the country’s teenage pregnancies.

[New Times] Members of civil society organisations and religious leaders have appealed to the Government to launch an investigation into the people responsible for the country's teenage pregnancies.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

John Moodey Stays On As DA Leader in Gauteng

[News24Wire] John Moodey will remain the leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng, following the party’s provincial congress in Midrand, Johannesburg on Saturday.

[News24Wire] John Moodey will remain the leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng, following the party's provincial congress in Midrand, Johannesburg on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

KCB Dethrone Impala to Win Floodies

[Nation] Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup champions Kenya Commercial Bank added yet another trophy to their cabinet when they beat Impala Saracens 18-17 to lift the Impala Floodlit title at the Impala Sports Club on Saturday night.

[Nation] Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup champions Kenya Commercial Bank added yet another trophy to their cabinet when they beat Impala Saracens 18-17 to lift the Impala Floodlit title at the Impala Sports Club on Saturday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt to Reprimand School Heads Over Hungry Learners

[Observer] The time is 1:28pm. Eight-year-old Daniel Rukundo, a primary three pupil at Kitunga Boarding Primary School in Ntungamo district, yawns endlessly. His pale face signals his fatigue and hunger.

[Observer] The time is 1:28pm. Eight-year-old Daniel Rukundo, a primary three pupil at Kitunga Boarding Primary School in Ntungamo district, yawns endlessly. His pale face signals his fatigue and hunger.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tour Du Rwanda – Areruya Credits Teammates for Win

[New Times] Rwandans have proved to be the masters of their own race after Joseph Areruya claimed this year’s Tour du Rwanda to become the third Rwandan to win the annual UCI Africa Tour race in four years.

[New Times] Rwandans have proved to be the masters of their own race after Joseph Areruya claimed this year's Tour du Rwanda to become the third Rwandan to win the annual UCI Africa Tour race in four years.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda