Battered Kenya Return Home After Woeful Show in Namibia

[Nation] Kenya’s cricket team returns to the country on Friday from Namibia after a woeful outing in the ICC World Cricket League Division Two where they lost all their matches to finish at the bottom of the table with no points.

[Nation] Kenya's cricket team returns to the country on Friday from Namibia after a woeful outing in the ICC World Cricket League Division Two where they lost all their matches to finish at the bottom of the table with no points.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Finance Ministry Loan Saga Drags on As Auditor General Steps in

[Observer] When Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga last week deferred debate on an investigation report by Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) into the misappropriation of $200 million (Shs 720bn) meant for procurement of drugs, rural electr…

[Observer] When Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga last week deferred debate on an investigation report by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) into the misappropriation of $200 million (Shs 720bn) meant for procurement of drugs, rural electrification and earth-moving equipment, the top honchos at the ministry of finance were relieved.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Parliamentary Polls Set for September 3

[New Times] Rwandan voters will on September 2 and 3 head to polls to elect their representatives in the Lower House, the Executive Secretary of the National Electoral Commission, Charles Munyaneza, said yesterday.

[New Times] Rwandan voters will on September 2 and 3 head to polls to elect their representatives in the Lower House, the Executive Secretary of the National Electoral Commission, Charles Munyaneza, said yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kirumira Legally Before Police Disciplinary Tribunal, Court Rules

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Buganda road court Thursday dismissed embattled former Buyende District Police commander and Assitant Superintendent of Police Mohammad Kirumira’s application that sought unconditional release from police custody, havin…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Buganda road court Thursday dismissed embattled former Buyende District Police commander and Assitant Superintendent of Police Mohammad Kirumira's application that sought unconditional release from police custody, having spent more than 48 hrs without being taken to court to answer charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt – We Don’t Know Who Arrested New Vision Journalist Etukuri

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Minister of State for Internal Affairs Mario Obiga Kania has denied knowledge about the arrest of Charles Etukuri, a journalist working with the New Vision, and that his whereabouts are yet to be established.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Minister of State for Internal Affairs Mario Obiga Kania has denied knowledge about the arrest of Charles Etukuri, a journalist working with the New Vision, and that his whereabouts are yet to be established.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

3hills Delights Couples at Valentine’s Day Show

[New Times] Kigali music band 3Hills made it a night to remember for revellers who showed up at the Valentine’s Day celebrations held on Wednesday at Park Inn Hotel’s JJ Club in Kiyovu, Kigali.

[New Times] Kigali music band 3Hills made it a night to remember for revellers who showed up at the Valentine's Day celebrations held on Wednesday at Park Inn Hotel's JJ Club in Kiyovu, Kigali.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rayon Sports Coach Karekezi Cautioned Over ‘Performance’

[New Times] Rayon Sports president, Paul Muvunyi has urged the head coach Olivier Karekezi to improve team performance despite beating Musanze FC on Wednesday; Rayon Sports beat Musanze 3-2 at Kigali Stadium on Wednesday.

[New Times] Rayon Sports president, Paul Muvunyi has urged the head coach Olivier Karekezi to improve team performance despite beating Musanze FC on Wednesday; Rayon Sports beat Musanze 3-2 at Kigali Stadium on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Govt Denies Knowledge of Journalist Etukuri’s Whereabouts

[Observer] Internal Affairs state minister Mario Obiga Kania has said government does not also know the whereabouts of New Vision crime investigations journalist Charles Etukuri.

[Observer] Internal Affairs state minister Mario Obiga Kania has said government does not also know the whereabouts of New Vision crime investigations journalist Charles Etukuri.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda