UR Says College Relocations, Consolidations to Cut Costs

[New Times] Latest reforms at the University of Rwanda that resulted in relocation of some schools and renaming of colleges is meant to reduce costs and bring about efficiency, officials have said.

[New Times] Latest reforms at the University of Rwanda that resulted in relocation of some schools and renaming of colleges is meant to reduce costs and bring about efficiency, officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kenya Growth Outlook Falls Below 5% on Poll Uncertainty

[East African] Prolonged politicking associated with an inconclusive Kenya’s presidential election is expected to slow down economic growth to below five per cent this year, making it the lowest rate of expansion since 2012, economists said.

[East African] Prolonged politicking associated with an inconclusive Kenya's presidential election is expected to slow down economic growth to below five per cent this year, making it the lowest rate of expansion since 2012, economists said.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police Block ‘Ndebele King’ Coronation

[New Zimbabwe] Police in riot gear on Tuesday blocked the installation of self-imposed Ndebele king, Stanley Raphael Tshuma at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) where the event was set to take place.

[New Zimbabwe] Police in riot gear on Tuesday blocked the installation of self-imposed Ndebele king, Stanley Raphael Tshuma at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) where the event was set to take place.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nigeria’s Political Elite See Buhari As a Meal – Shehu Sani

[Vanguard] Shehu Sani, a senator from Kaduna central, says the Nigeria political elite see President Muhammadu Buhari as a “meal”, and that they want him to seek re-election for their own survival.

[Vanguard] Shehu Sani, a senator from Kaduna central, says the Nigeria political elite see President Muhammadu Buhari as a "meal", and that they want him to seek re-election for their own survival.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sort Out Oil Pipeline Issues, Countries Told

[Citizen] Tanzania and Uganda have been urged to solve internal issues for the crude oil pipe-line project from Hoima to the coastal city of Tanga to benefit citizens in both countries. The call was made by stakeholders attending the Tanzania Oil and G…

[Citizen] Tanzania and Uganda have been urged to solve internal issues for the crude oil pipe-line project from Hoima to the coastal city of Tanga to benefit citizens in both countries. The call was made by stakeholders attending the Tanzania Oil and Gas Congress when deliberating on a project showcase titled: Uganda-Tanzania Crude Oil Pipeline-Progress, Plans and Opportunities.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda