Dynamos Extend Coach Mutasa Probation

[The Herald] DYNAMOS have extended coach Lloyd Mutasa’s probation, with the Glamour Boys’ leadership insisting that they need more time to make a decision whether or not the gaffer will be handed the job substantively.

[The Herald] DYNAMOS have extended coach Lloyd Mutasa's probation, with the Glamour Boys' leadership insisting that they need more time to make a decision whether or not the gaffer will be handed the job substantively.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tug of War Championship – Kimberley

[SAPS] The SAPS National Tug-of-War Championships has kicked off today (20/06), in Kimberley. The SAPS Head Office and other Provinces from all over South Africa are participating in this exhilarating competition of strength, skill and endurance. The p…

[SAPS] The SAPS National Tug-of-War Championships has kicked off today (20/06), in Kimberley. The SAPS Head Office and other Provinces from all over South Africa are participating in this exhilarating competition of strength, skill and endurance. The participants are competing in the 500kg and 540kg weight division for ladies. The 640 kg and 700kg for men and the 600kg for mixed teams.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Education Ministry Accountant Linked to Sh185 Million Theft

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -An employee of the ministry of Education and Vocational Training, Frola Lwengwana, was yesterday charged at Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court with three counts, including forgery, and occasioning a loss of over Sh185 million.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -An employee of the ministry of Education and Vocational Training, Frola Lwengwana, was yesterday charged at Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court with three counts, including forgery, and occasioning a loss of over Sh185 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Britain to Build First Cricket Stadium in Rwanda

[News of Rwanda] Rwanda national cricket team captain, Eric Dusingizimana ended his week-long trip to London, England on a promising note £120,000 worth of charity appeal was pledged to build the first cricket stadium in Rwanda.

[News of Rwanda] Rwanda national cricket team captain, Eric Dusingizimana ended his week-long trip to London, England on a promising note £120,000 worth of charity appeal was pledged to build the first cricket stadium in Rwanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

President Buhari’s Wife Not Involved in Bribery Case – Ex Crimes Commission Boss

[Premium Times] The Aisha Buhari named in the bribery scandal involving a U.S. Congressman, Williams Jefferson, is not the Aisha that is President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, a former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Lamor…

[Premium Times] The Aisha Buhari named in the bribery scandal involving a U.S. Congressman, Williams Jefferson, is not the Aisha that is President Muhammadu Buhari's wife, a former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Lamorde, has told PREMIUM TIMES.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Six Held Over Cattle Theft

[News of Rwanda] Police in Kirehe District have burst a racket of suspected cattle thieves arresting six in the district and neighboring areas.

[News of Rwanda] Police in Kirehe District have burst a racket of suspected cattle thieves arresting six in the district and neighboring areas.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kenya Should Obey International Law in the Repatriation of Refugees

[Nation] Kenya has for a long time been a beacon of hope for its troubled neighbours. The relative peace and prosperity in Kenya since independence has allowed citizens of neighbouring countries embroiled in conflict to find refuge within its borders. …

[Nation] Kenya has for a long time been a beacon of hope for its troubled neighbours. The relative peace and prosperity in Kenya since independence has allowed citizens of neighbouring countries embroiled in conflict to find refuge within its borders. Some of these refugees have lived in Kenya all their lives.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Popular Dancer Kasamba Hospitalised

[The Herald] “Let’s pray for Kasamba. He is having problems with high blood pressure. He has been in hospital since Thursday. Our prayers will definitely help him.” Popular chanter and dancer Jonasi Kasamba is not feeling well and had to be hospitalise…

[The Herald] "Let's pray for Kasamba. He is having problems with high blood pressure. He has been in hospital since Thursday. Our prayers will definitely help him." Popular chanter and dancer Jonasi Kasamba is not feeling well and had to be hospitalised for three days. Kasamba was admitted at Chitungwiza Hospital last Thursday and was only discharged on Sunday evening.His wife Eriza told The Herald Review that the chanter had high blood pressure.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mastercard Foundation Gives CMU U.S $10.8 Million to Educate Technology Leaders

[Focus] The Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) with commitment to educating Africa’s next generation of technology leaders and entrepreneurs received a boost of $10.8 million from the MasterCard Foundation. This development was announced during a press c…

[Focus] The Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) with commitment to educating Africa's next generation of technology leaders and entrepreneurs received a boost of $10.8 million from the MasterCard Foundation. This development was announced during a press conference held in Kigali yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda