Opposition Leader Odinga Promises to Bring Down Cost of Living

[Nation] National Super Alliance presidential nominee Raila Odinga promised to bring down the cost of living and deal with Kerio Valley insecurity within three months of his administration if he wins in August.

[Nation] National Super Alliance presidential nominee Raila Odinga promised to bring down the cost of living and deal with Kerio Valley insecurity within three months of his administration if he wins in August.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ministers Call for Strengthened Neighborhood Watch

[New Times] Ministers Esperance Nyirasafari of Gender and Family Promotion, and Dr Vincent Biruta of the Natural Resources have called on beneficiaries of solar power systems donated by Rwanda National Police (RNP) to ensure they are well maintained an…

[New Times] Ministers Esperance Nyirasafari of Gender and Family Promotion, and Dr Vincent Biruta of the Natural Resources have called on beneficiaries of solar power systems donated by Rwanda National Police (RNP) to ensure they are well maintained and to be anti-crime ambassadors.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

17 Years After, Senate Passes Petroleum Industry Bill

[Leadership] The Senate yesterday passed the first part of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB), a modified version of the much anticipated Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), after 17 years of consideration.

[Leadership] The Senate yesterday passed the first part of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB), a modified version of the much anticipated Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), after 17 years of consideration.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Rwanda Marks International Museums Day

[New Times] Rwanda will Friday mark the International day of Museums, with a call for increased domestic tourism-specifically paying more attention on the significance of museums on the socio-economic transformation of the country, officials have said.

[New Times] Rwanda will Friday mark the International day of Museums, with a call for increased domestic tourism-specifically paying more attention on the significance of museums on the socio-economic transformation of the country, officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Senate Scraps NNPC, Others in New Petroleum Industry Governance Bill

[This Day] The ding-dong over a legal regime that would reform and make the petroleum industry more transparent and efficient began a homeward stretch Thursday as the Senate passed the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB).

[This Day] The ding-dong over a legal regime that would reform and make the petroleum industry more transparent and efficient began a homeward stretch Thursday as the Senate passed the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

How Region’s Diaspora Community Can Spur the Manufacturing Sector

[New Times] The East African Diaspora community can add great value to human and financial capital needed as the region embarks on a bold transformation agenda and seeks to end dependence on commodity exports by seeking for innovative ways to move forw…

[New Times] The East African Diaspora community can add great value to human and financial capital needed as the region embarks on a bold transformation agenda and seeks to end dependence on commodity exports by seeking for innovative ways to move forward in developing value chains.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

New Rwanda Energy Group Boss Says to Priotitise Off-Grid Energy

[New Times] With about seven months left to 2018, the new Rwanda Energy Group (REG) chief executive, Ron Weiss, is reviewing targets of generating about 563 megawatts by next year to determine feasibility.

[New Times] With about seven months left to 2018, the new Rwanda Energy Group (REG) chief executive, Ron Weiss, is reviewing targets of generating about 563 megawatts by next year to determine feasibility.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Word Has It…Bruce Melody Heads to Coke Studio Africa

[New Times] Bruce Itahiwacu, popularly known as Bruce Melody, landed in Nairobi a few days ago where he will spend seven days recording music with Khaligraph Jones, a Kenyan-based recording artiste who also featured on CNN’s African Voices recently.

[New Times] Bruce Itahiwacu, popularly known as Bruce Melody, landed in Nairobi a few days ago where he will spend seven days recording music with Khaligraph Jones, a Kenyan-based recording artiste who also featured on CNN's African Voices recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda