DIT Student Wins U.S.$79,000 in a Lottery

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -City resident, Kennedy Okoth Nguka has pocketed Sh179.905,770 after predicting perfectly results of various football league matches in the world through M-Bet’s Perfect 12 draw.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -City resident, Kennedy Okoth Nguka has pocketed Sh179.905,770 after predicting perfectly results of various football league matches in the world through M-Bet's Perfect 12 draw.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt to Pay Cheptegei’s Arrears

[Monitor] Entebbe -President Museveni has told government to pay 2018 Commonwealth double gold medallist Joshua Cheptegei arrears accrued from his IAAF world junior gold medal of 2014.

[Monitor] Entebbe -President Museveni has told government to pay 2018 Commonwealth double gold medallist Joshua Cheptegei arrears accrued from his IAAF world junior gold medal of 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Golf – Teenage Talent Floyd Targets History in PE

[Sascoc] Ekurhuleni teenager Kiera Floyd is relishing the opportunity of becoming the youngest winner of the Sanlam South African Women’s Stroke Play Championship next week.

[Sascoc] Ekurhuleni teenager Kiera Floyd is relishing the opportunity of becoming the youngest winner of the Sanlam South African Women's Stroke Play Championship next week.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Athletics – Long-Serving Van Zyl Calls Time On Track Career

[Sascoc] All good things do come to an end. So it should be no big surprise that the South African 400metre-hurdles record holder, LJ van Zyl, has decided to put his spikes away for good.

[Sascoc] All good things do come to an end. So it should be no big surprise that the South African 400metre-hurdles record holder, LJ van Zyl, has decided to put his spikes away for good.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

What Judges Said At End of Age Limit Petition Hearing

[Monitor] The hearing of the age limit petition came to a conclusion in Mbale following marathon proceedings that took close to two weeks. The five justices of the Court of Appeal led by Deputy Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo gave their parting remarks in the open courtroom, promising to return in a short while to deliver their judgement. Anthony Wesaka & Fred Wambede followed the proceedings.

[Monitor] The hearing of the age limit petition came to a conclusion in Mbale following marathon proceedings that took close to two weeks. The five justices of the Court of Appeal led by Deputy Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo gave their parting remarks in the open courtroom, promising to return in a short while to deliver their judgement. Anthony Wesaka & Fred Wambede followed the proceedings.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Makerere Support Staff Demand Answers Over Irregular Appointments

[Monitor] More than 1,500 support staff at Makerere University are demanding for explanations after the appointment of staff in disregard of known recruitment procedures. They accuse management of conducting discriminatory promotions and recruitments.

[Monitor] More than 1,500 support staff at Makerere University are demanding for explanations after the appointment of staff in disregard of known recruitment procedures. They accuse management of conducting discriminatory promotions and recruitments.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I Am Turning Makerere Upside Down – Vice Chancellor

[Monitor] In the eight months that he has been at the helm of Makerere University, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has made drastic changes that have at times been widely criticised. It is as a result of his changes that students went on a three-day strike this…

[Monitor] In the eight months that he has been at the helm of Makerere University, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has made drastic changes that have at times been widely criticised. It is as a result of his changes that students went on a three-day strike this week. Derrick Wandera caught up with the vice chancellor.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Athletics – Tanzania Runners Shine in Ngorongoro

[Citizen] Karatu -Tanzania runners, Failuna Abdi and Pascal Mombo, put in a determined performance that saw them winning silver and bronze medals in the Ngorongoro Half Marathon held in Karatu yesterday.

[Citizen] Karatu -Tanzania runners, Failuna Abdi and Pascal Mombo, put in a determined performance that saw them winning silver and bronze medals in the Ngorongoro Half Marathon held in Karatu yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania