Democratic Party’s Betty Nambooze Suspended

[Monitor] The National Executive committee [NEC] of Democratic Party (DP) has suspended the Vice President of Buganda region, Ms Betty Nambooze Bakileke, for defying the party president, Nobert Mao.

[Monitor] The National Executive committee [NEC] of Democratic Party (DP) has suspended the Vice President of Buganda region, Ms Betty Nambooze Bakileke, for defying the party president, Nobert Mao.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Premier Majaliwa Instructs Empowerment Funds to Exercise Discipline in Loan Issuance

[Citizen] Dodoma -Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has called upon custodians of empowerment funds to refrain from the allure of dishing out loans on corruption grounds.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has called upon custodians of empowerment funds to refrain from the allure of dishing out loans on corruption grounds.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Magufuli Cannot Succeed Without a Competent Team

[Citizen] I have in my writings pointed a couple of times the importance of teamwork in order to succeed. Lately some disturbing events have taken place that show there is lack of teamwork in the current government.

[Citizen] I have in my writings pointed a couple of times the importance of teamwork in order to succeed. Lately some disturbing events have taken place that show there is lack of teamwork in the current government.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Minagri Should Strengthen Our Preparedness Against Pests

[New Times] A major operation against a crop-ravaging pest, known as fall armyworm, is underway across the country, with the Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) having joined the battle last week.

[New Times] A major operation against a crop-ravaging pest, known as fall armyworm, is underway across the country, with the Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) having joined the battle last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

The Metamorphosis of the One Laptop Per Child Programme

[New Times] This week’s report of Rwandan government’s partnership with Microsoft to roll out digital education has re-energised the debate by local and international observers on the progress of technology-enabled learning in the country.

[New Times] This week's report of Rwandan government's partnership with Microsoft to roll out digital education has re-energised the debate by local and international observers on the progress of technology-enabled learning in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kwibuka23 – PSF Remembers Slain Businesspersons in Kirehe

[New Times] Private Sector Federation (PSF) members in Kirehe District remembered fellow businesspersons who were killed in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in the district.

[New Times] Private Sector Federation (PSF) members in Kirehe District remembered fellow businesspersons who were killed in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in the district.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

RSI Up 0.61 Percent As I&M Bank Counter Gains Rwf4

[New Times] The Rwanda Share Index for local counters rose 0.61 per cent to close at 124.10 points yesterday, from 123.34 points on Wednesday driven by the appreciating I&M Bank counter.

[New Times] The Rwanda Share Index for local counters rose 0.61 per cent to close at 124.10 points yesterday, from 123.34 points on Wednesday driven by the appreciating I&M Bank counter.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

UNESCO Calls On Governments to Make Higher Education Equitable, Affordable

[New Times] Ensuring those who need help the most are getting it and guaranteeing equity and affordability in regulatory frameworks are two of the ways policy makers need to consider in order to make higher education equitable and affordable for all, s…

[New Times] Ensuring those who need help the most are getting it and guaranteeing equity and affordability in regulatory frameworks are two of the ways policy makers need to consider in order to make higher education equitable and affordable for all, says a new report.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Early Release of Genocide Criminals One More Betrayal

[New Times] In what was later called one of the most ignominious resolutions in the history of the Security Council, the abandonment of Rwanda came late in the evening of April 21, 1994. It was at 10. 30 pm when the Security Council of the United Natio…

[New Times] In what was later called one of the most ignominious resolutions in the history of the Security Council, the abandonment of Rwanda came late in the evening of April 21, 1994. It was at 10. 30 pm when the Security Council of the United Nations voted to withdraw its peacekeeping force from Rwanda, aware all the while that Genocide against the Tutsi was underway. It is worth recalling the indifference there was. As those terrible days unfolded, the more evidence of genocide emerged the more reluctant politici

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda