What Next for Rwanda’s Opposition Politics After Poor Showing in Polls?

[East African] The Rwandan opposition was dealt a heavy blow in the August 4 election, with a poor showing which painted a dull picture of opposition politics in the country and cemented the dominance of the ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front-Inkotanyi.

[East African] The Rwandan opposition was dealt a heavy blow in the August 4 election, with a poor showing which painted a dull picture of opposition politics in the country and cemented the dominance of the ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front-Inkotanyi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Why Nigeria Is Failing in Athletics – Coach Who Helped Set African Record

[Premium Times] As the curtain falls on the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London this Sunday, one record that has again failed to be matched is that of former Nigerian sprint star Olusoji Fasuba.

[Premium Times] As the curtain falls on the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London this Sunday, one record that has again failed to be matched is that of former Nigerian sprint star Olusoji Fasuba.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

71 Years Without Toilets – School, Community Battle Diseases

[Daily Trust] Jos -The Pilot Science Primary School, Kwall is said to be one of the best and oldest government-owned primary schools in the entire Irigwe chiefdom of Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State. It was established in 1946.

[Daily Trust] Jos -The Pilot Science Primary School, Kwall is said to be one of the best and oldest government-owned primary schools in the entire Irigwe chiefdom of Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State. It was established in 1946.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

How Investigation Into Alison-Madueke’s Corruption Killed Next Newspaper – – Dele Olojede

[Premium Times] In this second part of his extensive interview with Feyi Fawehinmi, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Dele Olojede, speaks on why NEXT newspapers, which he started in 2008 with a grand vision to beam the light for cleaning up and strai…

[Premium Times] In this second part of his extensive interview with Feyi Fawehinmi, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Dele Olojede, speaks on why NEXT newspapers, which he started in 2008 with a grand vision to beam the light for cleaning up and straightening Nigeria through investigative journalism, could not have survived; and why, in spite of the stifling political environment, he believes Nigeria can still be redeemed and transformed

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Main Opposition Party to Report Manana to Commission for Gender Equality

[News24Wire] The DA on Sunday said it would report Higher Education deputy minister Mduduzi Manana to the Commission for Gender Equality following allegations of mistreatment by female staff members in his department.

[News24Wire] The DA on Sunday said it would report Higher Education deputy minister Mduduzi Manana to the Commission for Gender Equality following allegations of mistreatment by female staff members in his department.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa