Traditional Beliefs on the Verge of Extinction

[New Times] Rwanda has a very rich culture, one she has stayed true to amidst modernity and the ever changing world. However, some aspects of our culture seem to be endangered. 76-year-old historian Jean-Damascène Rwasamirera, who taught history for 28 years, and Pastor Ezra Mpyisi, 94, talk about some of the beliefs in our culture that are slowly but surely going extinct.

[New Times] Rwanda has a very rich culture, one she has stayed true to amidst modernity and the ever changing world. However, some aspects of our culture seem to be endangered. 76-year-old historian Jean-Damascène Rwasamirera, who taught history for 28 years, and Pastor Ezra Mpyisi, 94, talk about some of the beliefs in our culture that are slowly but surely going extinct.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sports Betting Fever Grips Africa

[Deutsche Welle] More and more African sports lovers are turning to sports betting as the multi-billion dollar industry continues to grow. Officials in Ghana have expressed concerns over how youth are getting addicted.

[Deutsche Welle] More and more African sports lovers are turning to sports betting as the multi-billion dollar industry continues to grow. Officials in Ghana have expressed concerns over how youth are getting addicted.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Govt to Set Up Anti-Cyber Crime Centre

[New Times] The Minister for Youth and ICT (MYICT), Jean Philbert Nsengimana says government has tabled a bill in parliament to create a National Anti-cybercrimes centre to reinforce cyber security in the country.

[New Times] The Minister for Youth and ICT (MYICT), Jean Philbert Nsengimana says government has tabled a bill in parliament to create a National Anti-cybercrimes centre to reinforce cyber security in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Buteera to Undergo Knee Surgery in Morocco

[New Times] APR and Amavubi midfielder Andrew Buteera is scheduled to go under surgery on his knee on February 18 in Morocco and expected back home on March 7, according to the local football body, Ferwafa.

[New Times] APR and Amavubi midfielder Andrew Buteera is scheduled to go under surgery on his knee on February 18 in Morocco and expected back home on March 7, according to the local football body, Ferwafa.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Chebukati – Voter Listing Will End on February14

[Nation] All forms of voter registration will end on February 14, electoral commission chairman Wafula Chebukati has said, dashing the hopes of politicians planning to get more voters registered via the continuous registration provided for in the law.

[Nation] All forms of voter registration will end on February 14, electoral commission chairman Wafula Chebukati has said, dashing the hopes of politicians planning to get more voters registered via the continuous registration provided for in the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

UN Mission Slams Army as Scores Die in Fighting

[Deutsche Welle] The UN peacekeeping mission in DRC says unconfirmed reports suggest that at least 100 people have been killed in recent fighting. The agency has condemned the clashes between the Kamwina Nsapu militia and the DRC’s army.

[Deutsche Welle] The UN peacekeeping mission in DRC says unconfirmed reports suggest that at least 100 people have been killed in recent fighting. The agency has condemned the clashes between the Kamwina Nsapu militia and the DRC's army.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Southern Kaduna – Army Base Foundation Structure Attacked

[Premium Times] The Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has expressed shock over the destruction of a foundation laying structure of the proposed Nigerian Army Battalion in Southern Kaduna.

[Premium Times] The Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has expressed shock over the destruction of a foundation laying structure of the proposed Nigerian Army Battalion in Southern Kaduna.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria