Muramagi Allays Fears of Katende’s Dismissal

[Monitor] Kampala -National Council of Sports (NCS) general secretary Nicholas Muramagi has dismissed claims that his assistant David Katende and two others were serving a forced leave from work over the past month.

[Monitor] Kampala -National Council of Sports (NCS) general secretary Nicholas Muramagi has dismissed claims that his assistant David Katende and two others were serving a forced leave from work over the past month.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

APRC Candidate Says Banjul South Is Not for Sale

[Daily Observer] Baboucarr Nyang, the APRC candidate vying for the Banjul South seat has said that Banjul South is not for sale noting that the era of politics where people would come and dash money on the electorates has passed.

[Daily Observer] Baboucarr Nyang, the APRC candidate vying for the Banjul South seat has said that Banjul South is not for sale noting that the era of politics where people would come and dash money on the electorates has passed.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Youth Development Is Indispensable

[Daily Observer] Man owes his claim of supremacy over other members of the living kingdom to his power of imagination. This he translates into action by means of some physical aids. These take the form of machines and a host of other forms of equipment…

[Daily Observer] Man owes his claim of supremacy over other members of the living kingdom to his power of imagination. This he translates into action by means of some physical aids. These take the form of machines and a host of other forms of equipment. In order to reach this point, however, he required specialised skills that have evolved over time.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

AfDB Pledges More Support for Bujumbura’s Integration Efforts

[East African] Even as Burundi continues to distance itself from the East African Community, the African Development Bank has said it will still support the country’s development projects that promote integration.

[East African] Even as Burundi continues to distance itself from the East African Community, the African Development Bank has said it will still support the country's development projects that promote integration.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Bank Marks 100 Years of Service in Tanzania

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania is, this week, hosting over thirty of its Top Management Team members from its Africa and Middle East Region, the bank said yesterday.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania is, this week, hosting over thirty of its Top Management Team members from its Africa and Middle East Region, the bank said yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

LRR Stakeholders Capacitated On Child Protection Issues

[Daily Observer] At least 60 stakeholders drawn from various conventional and Arabic schools within the Lower River Region were recently trained on Physical and Humiliating Punishment of Children at the Trans-Gambia Lodge in Pakalinding Village.

[Daily Observer] At least 60 stakeholders drawn from various conventional and Arabic schools within the Lower River Region were recently trained on Physical and Humiliating Punishment of Children at the Trans-Gambia Lodge in Pakalinding Village.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Widow, Fails to Get Justice for Son Shot Dead By Police

[Monitor] At the height of president Idi Amin’s reign, Ms Ann Ruth Ocen, 65, of Akisim Estate on Ejoku Road in Soroti lost her husband, a retired secretary with Soroti, Municipal Council. She neither saw the remains nor paid her last respects.

[Monitor] At the height of president Idi Amin's reign, Ms Ann Ruth Ocen, 65, of Akisim Estate on Ejoku Road in Soroti lost her husband, a retired secretary with Soroti, Municipal Council. She neither saw the remains nor paid her last respects.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Safaricom’s Head of Innovation Talks Spark Fund Round Two

[Innovation in Africa] Africa’s mobile operators talk the talk about working with start-ups but for most of them it appears to be a tentative side-bet, a sort of ‘if this works out, good. If not, on to the next thing.” Russell Southwood spoke to Safari…

[Innovation in Africa] Africa's mobile operators talk the talk about working with start-ups but for most of them it appears to be a tentative side-bet, a sort of 'if this works out, good. If not, on to the next thing." Russell Southwood spoke to Safaricom's Head of Innovation Veronica Ogeto-Tchoketch about round two of its Spark Fund and moving to a new incubator,

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya