Jammeh Files Injunction Against Inauguration

[Deutsche Welle] Gambia’s President-elect Adama Barrow has taken refuge in neighboring Senegal ahead of his inauguration in three days. Despite President Yahya Jammeh’s refusal to step aside, Barrow insists he will take power.

[Deutsche Welle] Gambia's President-elect Adama Barrow has taken refuge in neighboring Senegal ahead of his inauguration in three days. Despite President Yahya Jammeh's refusal to step aside, Barrow insists he will take power.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Whither Education System in Tanzania or Anywhere Else?

[Daily News] There is a video circulating on WhatsApp of a young man who decided to take educators to court. Reason? He says the school system turns millions of people into automatic machines, it uses the same classroom methods of a century ago and by …

[Daily News] There is a video circulating on WhatsApp of a young man who decided to take educators to court. Reason? He says the school system turns millions of people into automatic machines, it uses the same classroom methods of a century ago and by treating all kids the same way, schools use testing methods that judge the 'ability of fish to climb trees'.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

RSE Benchmark Index Stable for Week Ended Jan. 13

[New Times] The Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) recorded at total turnover of Rwf58.8 million for the week ended January 13, recovering from the previous week’s poor performance when only Rwf3.9 million was realised.

[New Times] The Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) recorded at total turnover of Rwf58.8 million for the week ended January 13, recovering from the previous week's poor performance when only Rwf3.9 million was realised.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Uganda Cranes Wins Awards

[Independent (Kampala)] Since the National Team Uganda Cranes beat Comoros last year to qualify for the African Cup of Nations set to take place in Gabon, they have been making success after success.

[Independent (Kampala)] Since the National Team Uganda Cranes beat Comoros last year to qualify for the African Cup of Nations set to take place in Gabon, they have been making success after success.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Army, Police Barracks Are Used to Con Civilians

[Monitor] Kampala -The practice of conning people in the premises of army and police installations has existed for years and a number of people have fallen prey, information contained in a confidential report to Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Ka…

[Monitor] Kampala -The practice of conning people in the premises of army and police installations has existed for years and a number of people have fallen prey, information contained in a confidential report to Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Student Loan Beneficiaries Repayment Rate Increased

[Daily News] Beneficiaries of Higher Education Students’ Loan Board (HESLB) will from this month have 15 per cent of their basic salary deducted to repay the loan as per amendments of the HESLB Act, 2004, passed by the National Assembly in November, la…

[Daily News] Beneficiaries of Higher Education Students' Loan Board (HESLB) will from this month have 15 per cent of their basic salary deducted to repay the loan as per amendments of the HESLB Act, 2004, passed by the National Assembly in November, last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Accidents At Roadblocks Worrisome’

[The Herald] Police have expressed concern over the recent spate of accidents occurring at roadblocks which have resulted in deaths and injuries of both police officers and members of the public.

[The Herald] Police have expressed concern over the recent spate of accidents occurring at roadblocks which have resulted in deaths and injuries of both police officers and members of the public.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe