Govt Threatens Action As Schools Increase Fees

[Observer] For some parents, the second term will start in one week’s time with the added pain of paying extra for tuition. However, as MOSES TALEMWA reports, there is the added threat of action for the affected schools from the education ministry.

[Observer] For some parents, the second term will start in one week's time with the added pain of paying extra for tuition. However, as MOSES TALEMWA reports, there is the added threat of action for the affected schools from the education ministry.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Opposition Is Useless, Mugabe Cruising to 2018 Victory’

[New Zimbabwe] Outspoken Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary general, Raymond Majongwe has launched at withering attack at “political maggots” in MDC-T who should forget about becoming the country’s next leaders.

[New Zimbabwe] Outspoken Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary general, Raymond Majongwe has launched at withering attack at "political maggots" in MDC-T who should forget about becoming the country's next leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

SIM Cards – Why Tumwebaze Defied Kadaga

[Observer] At the end of Friday’s special sitting of parliament that eulogized the fallen Boniface Byanyima, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga made a bold announcement, likely to strain further her already fragile relationship with the executive.

[Observer] At the end of Friday's special sitting of parliament that eulogized the fallen Boniface Byanyima, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga made a bold announcement, likely to strain further her already fragile relationship with the executive.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Fresh Graduate Uses Earthworms to Produce Organic Fertilizer

[New Times] Twenty-six-year-old Xavio Dominique Imbabazi graduated from University of Rwanda’s College of Agriculture with a degree in horticulture last year. But he couldn’t find a job for several months.

[New Times] Twenty-six-year-old Xavio Dominique Imbabazi graduated from University of Rwanda's College of Agriculture with a degree in horticulture last year. But he couldn't find a job for several months.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Thousands of Students Sit for High School Exams Despite Militant Threat

[VOA] More than 23,000 Somali students are sitting their final Secondary School exams despite recent militant threats that it will punish parents who send their children to Western-style schools and universities.

[VOA] More than 23,000 Somali students are sitting their final Secondary School exams despite recent militant threats that it will punish parents who send their children to Western-style schools and universities.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Activists Scorn Plans to Name University After Mugabe

[New Zimbabwe] HIGHER Education Minister Jonathan Moyo’s plans to name a yet to be built university after President Robert Mugabe have been met with scorn by activists who feel the veteran leader has squandered a legacy he painstakingly built during th…

[New Zimbabwe] HIGHER Education Minister Jonathan Moyo's plans to name a yet to be built university after President Robert Mugabe have been met with scorn by activists who feel the veteran leader has squandered a legacy he painstakingly built during the country's liberation struggle.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Museveni, NRM Respect Constitution – Winnie Byanyima

[Observer] Mzee Boniface Byanyima, the former national chairman of the Democratic Party, was yesterday afternoon laid to rest at his country home in Ruti, Mbarara municipality.

[Observer] Mzee Boniface Byanyima, the former national chairman of the Democratic Party, was yesterday afternoon laid to rest at his country home in Ruti, Mbarara municipality.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

China Works Toward Helping Mauritania Industrialize, Expand Exports – Chinese FM

[Focac] Nouakchott -China encourages its companies, guided by market principles, to invest in Mauritania and help the country develop its industries, visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Friday.

[Focac] Nouakchott -China encourages its companies, guided by market principles, to invest in Mauritania and help the country develop its industries, visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritania