Matiangi to Receive Report on Police Brutality at University of Nairobi

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Acting Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi will on Monday receive a report from Inspector-General of Police, Joseph Boinnet on police officers who attacked and injured students at the University of Nairobi (UoN) last week.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Acting Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi will on Monday receive a report from Inspector-General of Police, Joseph Boinnet on police officers who attacked and injured students at the University of Nairobi (UoN) last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Brave Warriors to Host The Zebras in Friendly

[Namibian] The Brave Warriors will take on Botswana on Saturday in an international friendly at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in preparation for the upcoming 2018 African Nations Championships (Chan).

[Namibian] The Brave Warriors will take on Botswana on Saturday in an international friendly at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in preparation for the upcoming 2018 African Nations Championships (Chan).

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Sifa Awards Come of Age

[New Times] The fifth edition of the 2017 Sifa awards held on Sunday night at Kigali Marriott Hotel attracted the cream of the gospel music industry.

[New Times] The fifth edition of the 2017 Sifa awards held on Sunday night at Kigali Marriott Hotel attracted the cream of the gospel music industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mugabe Arrives in Pretoria Without Grace

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe left Harare Monday for South Africa without wife, Grace, who remains at the centre of a legal storm after a Johannesburg hotel brawl with a 20-year-old model last month.

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe left Harare Monday for South Africa without wife, Grace, who remains at the centre of a legal storm after a Johannesburg hotel brawl with a 20-year-old model last month.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

We Are Coming for War, Says Zambia’s Vice Captain, Ziyo Tembo

[Guardian] Chipolopolo vice-captain, Ziyo Tembo on Sunday bragged that there was nothing special about Nigeria as the team left for Ghana for a training camp ahead of Saturday’s Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier in Uyo, reports The Times of Zambia..

[Guardian] Chipolopolo vice-captain, Ziyo Tembo on Sunday bragged that there was nothing special about Nigeria as the team left for Ghana for a training camp ahead of Saturday's Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier in Uyo, reports The Times of Zambia..

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Questions Remain Surrounding Power Blackout During Rubavu Football Derby

[New Times] Police are still carrying out a thorough investigation to ascertain the circumstances under which the season curtain raiser match between rivals APR FC and Rayon Sports was abandoned due to power failure.

[New Times] Police are still carrying out a thorough investigation to ascertain the circumstances under which the season curtain raiser match between rivals APR FC and Rayon Sports was abandoned due to power failure.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

REG Reviews Power Targets

[New Times] Rwanda Energy Group has reviewed its energy rollout strategy and aligned it with the Government’s seven-year programme, giving itself a target to ensure countrywide coverage in the next seven years.

[New Times] Rwanda Energy Group has reviewed its energy rollout strategy and aligned it with the Government's seven-year programme, giving itself a target to ensure countrywide coverage in the next seven years.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

MMD Proud Of Mutati’s Contribution To PF

Movement for Multiparty Democracy MMD National Secretary Raphael Nakacinda says his party is proud of their contribution to the governance of the country since the appointment of the party president Felix Mutati as Finance Minister. Speaking when he featured on … Continued

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Movement for Multiparty Democracy MMD National Secretary Raphael Nakacinda says his party is proud of their contribution to the governance of the country since the appointment of the party president Felix Mutati as Finance Minister. Speaking when he featured on radio Christian Vioce’s Chatback radio program on Monday, Mr Nakacinda said the combination of PF and MMD was bearing fruits as can be seen by the rebounding economy. He said since being part of government people can attest to the fact that the country is doing better economically as can be seen from the reduced prices of basic commodities such as mealie meal, cooking oil, sugar which have either remained stable or significantly reduced. The MMD CEO said people like Chishimba Kambwili are being hypocritical when they take a swipe at his party for their personal frustrations. He explained that Kambwili knows that the PF would not be in power without the contribution of the MMD. He said his party will not be swayed into dealing with personal frustrations of individuals but continue to positively contribute to the development of the country. He has since implored the citizens to join in the crusade to rework the economy as evidenced by the bold decisions being undertaken by President Lungu through his Minister of Finance whose the MMD party president. And on the former party president who on Monday was said to be having a joint press conference at the UPND secretariate, Mr Nakacinda said the UPND should be above board on matters of illegalities because as a party they will be made to account by Zambians on the continued use of Nevers Mumba as a president of MMD. He said it was immoral for UPND to use every available means in their quest to win power something he said was destructive to the nation. The post MMD Proud Of Mutati’s Contribution To PF appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Minister Suspends Two Nurses, Puts Hospitals On Notice Over Poor Service Delivery

[New Times] Exquisite service delivery is like nectar to bees; it just attracts more and more clients, as each gives attractive reviews of a facility to prospective clients.

[New Times] Exquisite service delivery is like nectar to bees; it just attracts more and more clients, as each gives attractive reviews of a facility to prospective clients.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Amb. Murigande Blames Budget Cuts for University of Rwanda Woes

[New Times] The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Rwanda (UR) in charge of institutional advancement, Dr Charles Murigande, has blamed budget cuts for some of the problems dogging the institution.

[New Times] The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Rwanda (UR) in charge of institutional advancement, Dr Charles Murigande, has blamed budget cuts for some of the problems dogging the institution.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda