8-Year-Old Boy Recognised for Repairing Leaking Water Pipe

[New Times] Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) last week recognised an 8-year-old boy for being exemplary after repairing a leaking water pipe in Kicukiro District. Yasiri Rukundo is a P2 pupil at Rugarama Primary School in Nyamirambo Sector, Nya…

[New Times] Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) last week recognised an 8-year-old boy for being exemplary after repairing a leaking water pipe in Kicukiro District. Yasiri Rukundo is a P2 pupil at Rugarama Primary School in Nyamirambo Sector, Nyarugenge District. A month ago, Rukundo was pictured by a passenger while fixing a broken pipe with a rubber cord. The picture was circulated on social media and it caught WASAC staff attention. The water utility then decided to reward the boy's action with Rwf1 million a

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Govt Sends Medical Relief to Somalia

[New Times] On behalf of the Somali government and people of Somalia, the country’s said thanked the government of Rwanda and their people for the brotherly support.

[New Times] On behalf of the Somali government and people of Somalia, the country's said thanked the government of Rwanda and their people for the brotherly support.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Court Bid to Lift Time Limit On Sex Crimes

[GroundUp] On 14 November 2017, the Constitutional Court is hearing an application to confirm a decision from the High Court in Johannesburg which invalidated legislation that set a time limit of 20 years on the prosecution of most sexual offences. Thi…

[GroundUp] On 14 November 2017, the Constitutional Court is hearing an application to confirm a decision from the High Court in Johannesburg which invalidated legislation that set a time limit of 20 years on the prosecution of most sexual offences. This time limit applies to most crimes, with the exception of rape, robbery (with aggravating circumstances), murder, kidnapping and possession of child pornography, where no time limits are imposed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

EU Protests Bashir’s Visit to Uganda

[Monitor] Kampala -The European Union has described as “regrettable” the decision by Uganda, as signatory to the Rome Statute, to host Sudanese president Omar-al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC).

[Monitor] Kampala -The European Union has described as "regrettable" the decision by Uganda, as signatory to the Rome Statute, to host Sudanese president Omar-al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC).

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

EAC Reviews Common External Tariff to Ease Doing Business

[Monitor] The East African Community secretariat is revising the Common External Tariffs (CET) to ease doing business in the region’s private sector – the engine of growth and development.

[Monitor] The East African Community secretariat is revising the Common External Tariffs (CET) to ease doing business in the region's private sector - the engine of growth and development.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kenyatta Knocks Nasa Out of Presidential Petition

[Capital FM] Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday succeeded in his bid to have the National Super Alliance prohibited from taking a seat at the table that is the Supreme Court’s deliberation of the validity of the October 26 presidential petition.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday succeeded in his bid to have the National Super Alliance prohibited from taking a seat at the table that is the Supreme Court's deliberation of the validity of the October 26 presidential petition.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Age Limit Amendment Shouldn’t Be About a Person’s Achievements

[Monitor] I read with dismay Mr Fabiano Okware’s comment titled ‘Consult and debate age limit, but give credit where it is due’ (Daily Monitor, November 1). I cannot agree more with him save for the fact that as many have argued, Article 102(b) should …

[Monitor] I read with dismay Mr Fabiano Okware's comment titled 'Consult and debate age limit, but give credit where it is due' (Daily Monitor, November 1). I cannot agree more with him save for the fact that as many have argued, Article 102(b) should not be amended to fit the needs of one person. The writer's entire article is about giving credit to only the President excluding other government officials who could have also made good contributions to whatever little we are enjoying today. He only mentions them when

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We’re Ready to Die For Mugabe, Says Youth Leader Chipanga

[The Herald] As the youth of Zimbabwe and as the young people whose future will be determined by the actions taken in the present, we have noted with shock, displeasure and disappointment the Press statement of the Commander of the Defence Forces, Gene…

[The Herald] As the youth of Zimbabwe and as the young people whose future will be determined by the actions taken in the present, we have noted with shock, displeasure and disappointment the Press statement of the Commander of the Defence Forces, General Constantino Guveya Chiwenga issued yesterday. We, as Zanu-PF Youth League, are a lion which has awakened and found its voice, therefore we will not sit idly and fold our hands whilst cheap potshots and threats are made against the legitimate and popularly elected lead

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe