‘Smart Classrooms’ a Top Priority – Government

[New Times] Equipping secondary schools with ‘smart classrooms’ remains a government priority in education sector and there is optimism that all public schools will have been connected by 2020, according to Rwanda Education Board (REB).

[New Times] Equipping secondary schools with 'smart classrooms' remains a government priority in education sector and there is optimism that all public schools will have been connected by 2020, according to Rwanda Education Board (REB).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Over 13,000 Patients to Be Treated as RDF Outreach Drive Kicks Off

[New Times] The Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) Citizen Outreach Programme, formerly known as the RDF Army Week, will this year provide free medical care services to more than 13,000 patients.

[New Times] The Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) Citizen Outreach Programme, formerly known as the RDF Army Week, will this year provide free medical care services to more than 13,000 patients.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Health Ministry to Increase Clinical Trials

[New Times] The Ministry of Health, through Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC), is committed to expand the scope of evidence-based healthcare by conducting more clinical trials, officials have said.

[New Times] The Ministry of Health, through Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC), is committed to expand the scope of evidence-based healthcare by conducting more clinical trials, officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Buhari’s Criticism Not Targeted At All Nigerian Youth – Presidency

[Premium Times] The Presidency has spoken out on the controversy over remarks by President Muhammadu Buhari at a forum in London on Wednesday in which he criticised the attitude of some Nigerian youth.

[Premium Times] The Presidency has spoken out on the controversy over remarks by President Muhammadu Buhari at a forum in London on Wednesday in which he criticised the attitude of some Nigerian youth.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Officers Who Arrested ‘Billionaire Kidnapper’ Evans Get Special Promotion

[Premium Times] The Police Service Commission (PSC) said on Thursday that 45 officers who participated in the successful arrest of notorious kidnap kingpin, Evans, have been granted special promotion.

[Premium Times] The Police Service Commission (PSC) said on Thursday that 45 officers who participated in the successful arrest of notorious kidnap kingpin, Evans, have been granted special promotion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

RPF, Communist Party of China to Deepen Ties

[New Times] Officials from a Chinese top think-tank are in the country at the invitation of the governing Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF-Inkotanyi), a visit that is aimed at, among others, formalising relations between Rwanda and China.

[New Times] Officials from a Chinese top think-tank are in the country at the invitation of the governing Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF-Inkotanyi), a visit that is aimed at, among others, formalising relations between Rwanda and China.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

How to Make Business Easier Among Commonwealth Countries – Buhari

[Premium Times] Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari says Commonwealth countries can improve business within the group and generate resources for sustainable development by facilitating trade and investment in their individual countries.

[Premium Times] Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari says Commonwealth countries can improve business within the group and generate resources for sustainable development by facilitating trade and investment in their individual countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kamanga: ‘Leave Our Kabila Alone’

Last year’s nonsense of fixing matches has started again by the FAZ executive. It all started by suspending Donashano Malama from a Charity Shield red card which was engineered through a named referee, then Walter Bwalya’s issue and later it … Continued

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Last year’s nonsense of fixing matches has started again by the FAZ executive. It all started by suspending Donashano Malama from a Charity Shield red card which was engineered through a named referee, then Walter Bwalya’s issue and later it was the suspension of Nkana president Evaristo Kabila from all football related activities. This same Kamanga administration has again started fixing matches by destabilizing the management of Nkana football club with clear intentions of wanting some teams to be operating free whilst Nkana officials getting suspended. The summoning of president Kabila to appear before the FAZ disciplinary committee [Ethics Committee] is a very well-known calculated move and we know it very well. Therefore, FAZ should instead put its house in order than venting their anger on innocent individuals. Leave president Kabila alone and let the league flow peacefully without interference. It is our journey to the 13th title. Uwafitala akaimwena Likulu The post Kamanga: ‘Leave Our Kabila Alone’ appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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