Musanze Hold APR in League Match

[New Times] Sixteen-time national league champions, APR played a 1-all draw against visitors Musanze FC at Kigali Stadium yesterday. The draw saw APR remain in third position on the league table with three points behind leaders SC Kiyovu.

[New Times] Sixteen-time national league champions, APR played a 1-all draw against visitors Musanze FC at Kigali Stadium yesterday. The draw saw APR remain in third position on the league table with three points behind leaders SC Kiyovu.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

277 Killed in 2017, Ministry of Public Security Reports

[Iwacu] The Ministry of public security rates its achievements at 90%. It says killing cases decreased from 401 in 2016 to 277 in 2017. Civil society activist says 277 people killed is not a small number.

[Iwacu] The Ministry of public security rates its achievements at 90%. It says killing cases decreased from 401 in 2016 to 277 in 2017. Civil society activist says 277 people killed is not a small number.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Areruya to Lead Team Rwanda at La Tropicale Amissa Bongo

[New Times] Tour du Rwanda reigning champion Joseph Areruya and two-time winner Valens Ndayisenga will lead a star-studded Team Rwanda at the 2018 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo cycling race.

[New Times] Tour du Rwanda reigning champion Joseph Areruya and two-time winner Valens Ndayisenga will lead a star-studded Team Rwanda at the 2018 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo cycling race.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Boros Back for Another Bite At the Drak Challenge

[News24Wire] Hungarian canoeing ace Adrián Boros has added his name to the entry for the Drak Challenge on January 20 and 21, 2018, as he sets his sights on the full programme of major canoeing races in South Africa this summer.

[News24Wire] Hungarian canoeing ace Adrián Boros has added his name to the entry for the Drak Challenge on January 20 and 21, 2018, as he sets his sights on the full programme of major canoeing races in South Africa this summer.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

U.S. Support to Somalia Continues to Make a Positive Impact

[Shabelle] A delegation of leaders from the U.S. attended the Somalia Security Conference on December 4th to discuss international support of the Federal Government of Somalia-led efforts to stabilize and rebuild their country. The U.S. delegation was …

[Shabelle] A delegation of leaders from the U.S. attended the Somalia Security Conference on December 4th to discuss international support of the Federal Government of Somalia-led efforts to stabilize and rebuild their country. The U.S. delegation was led by Ambassador Don Yamamoto, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, and included U.S. Marine Corps General Thomas D. Waldhauser, Commander, U.S. Africa Command; Jonathan Howard, National Security Council Director of African Affairs; and Michelle Len

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Gunmen Kill a Civilian in Somali Capital, Mogadishu

[Shabelle] Two men dressed in Somali military uniform have killed a civilian in Mogadishu on Wednesday, Dec 27. A witness told Radio Shabelle that the killers riding in a rickshaw abducted the man and shot him dead at Badbado, an IDP camp in the broad-…

[Shabelle] Two men dressed in Somali military uniform have killed a civilian in Mogadishu on Wednesday, Dec 27. A witness told Radio Shabelle that the killers riding in a rickshaw abducted the man and shot him dead at Badbado, an IDP camp in the broad-day light.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Kamanga Put to the Sword for Suspicious Changes

[Zambia Reports] Football expert Augustine Mukoka has put FAZ president Andrew Kamanga under the microscope for the suspicious manner he is acceding to outside forces to dismiss technical staff.

[Zambia Reports] Football expert Augustine Mukoka has put FAZ president Andrew Kamanga under the microscope for the suspicious manner he is acceding to outside forces to dismiss technical staff.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

‘Public Sector Organisations Lose 60% Annual Income to Corruption’

[Daily Trust] The Association of Forensic and Investigative Auditors (AFIA) has estimated that 60 percent of annual revenues of government agencies are lost to corruption in Nigeria.

[Daily Trust] The Association of Forensic and Investigative Auditors (AFIA) has estimated that 60 percent of annual revenues of government agencies are lost to corruption in Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria