Rayon’s Nshuti Set to Join as Kigali as a Free Agent

[New Times] Rwanda International and Rayon Sports attacking midfielder Dominique Savio Nshuti has confirmed that he will depart league champions Rayon Sports at the end of the season to join their rivals AS Kigali following his contract expiration.

[New Times] Rwanda International and Rayon Sports attacking midfielder Dominique Savio Nshuti has confirmed that he will depart league champions Rayon Sports at the end of the season to join their rivals AS Kigali following his contract expiration.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Snooping Intensifies Amid Factional Wars

[Zimbabwe Independent] State security agents, comprising the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) and military intelligence, have increased surveillance on senior Zanu PF and government officials, leaving them jittery and wary of their communication…

[Zimbabwe Independent] State security agents, comprising the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) and military intelligence, have increased surveillance on senior Zanu PF and government officials, leaving them jittery and wary of their communication, habits and movements, as the battle to succeed President Robert Mugabe intensifies.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cosatu ‘Disappointed’ At Equality Court Ruling On Masuku

[News24Wire] The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has said it is disappointed that the Equality Court found its international relations spokesperson Bongani Masuka guilty of hate speech.

[News24Wire] The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has said it is disappointed that the Equality Court found its international relations spokesperson Bongani Masuka guilty of hate speech.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Moyo Launches 2018 Presidential Bid

[Zimbabwe Independent] Former industry minister Nkosana Moyo yesterday launched his 2018 presidential election bid, opting to stand as an independent candidate in a campaign he said will be driven by the quest to unify Zimbabweans towards a common visi…

[Zimbabwe Independent] Former industry minister Nkosana Moyo yesterday launched his 2018 presidential election bid, opting to stand as an independent candidate in a campaign he said will be driven by the quest to unify Zimbabweans towards a common vision for socio-economic development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Other Side of Kyadondo East By-Election

[Observer] Amidst the general excitement of voters and full glare of cameras capturing the by-election day events in Kyadondo East, JONATHAN KAMOGA traversed the constituency and looked out for some incidents people might have missed.

[Observer] Amidst the general excitement of voters and full glare of cameras capturing the by-election day events in Kyadondo East, JONATHAN KAMOGA traversed the constituency and looked out for some incidents people might have missed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Europe Sees Spike in Women Trafficked for Prostitution

[VOA] Police and aid groups say more than 60 percent of illegal prostitutes in Belgium are trafficked from Nigeria. Many are only teenagers and almost all come from Benin City, a city in the south of Nigeria.

[VOA] Police and aid groups say more than 60 percent of illegal prostitutes in Belgium are trafficked from Nigeria. Many are only teenagers and almost all come from Benin City, a city in the south of Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Opposition, Ruling ANC’s Blamegame for Western Cape Drought

[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance and African National Congress MPLs took turns in blaming each other over the causes of the Western Cape drought.The Western Cape legislature debated the crippling effects of the current drought in the province on Thursd…

[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance and African National Congress MPLs took turns in blaming each other over the causes of the Western Cape drought.The Western Cape legislature debated the crippling effects of the current drought in the province on Thursday. The draught was described by Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning MEC, Anton Bredell, as the "worst in the province", in terms of the number of people who were affected.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Over 3000 Children Resettled in Families

[New Times] Over 3000 children from various orphanages in the country have been incorporated in families since 2012, an official of the National Children’s Council said.

[New Times] Over 3000 children from various orphanages in the country have been incorporated in families since 2012, an official of the National Children's Council said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Govt to Pay Contractors, Suppliers’ Arrears

[Daily News] Dodoma -Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa yesterday assured all suppliers and contractors across the country that the government will soon start paying them after completing the arrears verification exercise.

[Daily News] Dodoma -Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa yesterday assured all suppliers and contractors across the country that the government will soon start paying them after completing the arrears verification exercise.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania