Peace Cup – Amagaju Shock as Kigali to Storm Semi Finals

[New Times] Amagaju FC surprised former Peace Cup winners AS Kigali to book a place in the semi-finals of the Peace Cup after both sides settled for a 2-2 draw in the second leg of the quarter-finals played at Kigali Stadium, Nyamirambo on Thursday.

[New Times] Amagaju FC surprised former Peace Cup winners AS Kigali to book a place in the semi-finals of the Peace Cup after both sides settled for a 2-2 draw in the second leg of the quarter-finals played at Kigali Stadium, Nyamirambo on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Soldier Paid Shs1.3 Million By an Ex-Lover Who Beat Him Up

[Monitor] Kampala -A woman has paid Shs1.3 million in compensation to her former lover as a part of the sentence passed against her for beating him. She also received a caution from the trial magistrate.

[Monitor] Kampala -A woman has paid Shs1.3 million in compensation to her former lover as a part of the sentence passed against her for beating him. She also received a caution from the trial magistrate.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Masudi Lauds Rayon Players After Peace Cup Progress

[New Times] Rayon Sports head coach Djuma Masudi has praised his team’s performance after eliminating rivals Police FC from the Peace Cup at the quarter-final stage on a 6-1 goal aggregate.

[New Times] Rayon Sports head coach Djuma Masudi has praised his team's performance after eliminating rivals Police FC from the Peace Cup at the quarter-final stage on a 6-1 goal aggregate.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

OPINION: UPND Must Take Some Responsibility for their Woes

The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) has been grieving over the arrest of their president Hakainde Hichilema but they have not been willing to take some measure of responsibility over what has happened to them. They have gone … Continued

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The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) has been grieving over the arrest of their president Hakainde Hichilema but they have not been willing to take some measure of responsibility over what has happened to them. They have gone everywhere crying foul over Hichilema’s arrest and subsequent detention for treason. But the build up to the self instigated arrest had been long coming. The UPND had been going about town screaming about how they won the August 11 elections. They have had fights with just about everyone including physically clashing with the police. Remember the High Court building fracas where they engaged in fist fights with the police. They have also repeatedly had clashes with judges at any level of justice labelling justices as corrupt and incompetent. Not even the legislature has been spared the blushes with Speaker of the National Assembly coming out to formally complain to the police for possible prosecution of the already incarcerated UPND president over remarks made against the head of the legislature. Matibini has repeatedly endured innuendos about his being a puppet of the ruling Patriotic Front. Funny that the UPND that routinely scandalize the courts of law now seek sanctuary in the same institution that they have dubbed corrupt and rotten. In essence the courts of law become the UPND’s second home. Not to reproduce the now well known senseless stunt on Limulunga Drive in Mongu that proved the last straw in Hichilema’s daring acts. But that one act was outrageously stupid and may not exactly be treasonous but was definitely criminal. Rather than play up the innocent card, the UPND should go some way in taking some responsibility for their all too often daring stunts. A more reasoned approach would have been to go back to work and consolidate on the political gains made in the last few years that have brought them closer to victory. It could be no use fighting everyone else as has done the UPND with their wars with the executive, legislature and judiciary. The post OPINION: UPND Must Take Some Responsibility for their Woes appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Jinja Hospital Installs CCTV Cameras Over Baby Theft Cases

[Monitor] In February, Ms Zaina Magomu, a resident of Nalufenya Parish in Mpumudde -Kimaka Division Jinja District delivered premature twins at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital.

[Monitor] In February, Ms Zaina Magomu, a resident of Nalufenya Parish in Mpumudde -Kimaka Division Jinja District delivered premature twins at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Africa Public Service Day – Call to Leverage ICTs to Better Deliver

[New Times] As public servants and other citizens across the continent celebrate the Africa Public Service Day, today, delegates gathered in Kigali as part of events to mark the day have urged governments to leverage recent advancements in ICTs to impr…

[New Times] As public servants and other citizens across the continent celebrate the Africa Public Service Day, today, delegates gathered in Kigali as part of events to mark the day have urged governments to leverage recent advancements in ICTs to improve service delivery.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

MPs Call for More Efforts to Improve Welfare of PWDs

[New Times] Legislators have called on Government to devise measures in monitoring implementation and direct contribution for different services offered to Persons With Disabilities (PWDs).

[New Times] Legislators have called on Government to devise measures in monitoring implementation and direct contribution for different services offered to Persons With Disabilities (PWDs).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Agricultural Show Focuses on Technologies

[New Times] The National Agricultural Show opened yesterday at Mulindi grounds in Gasabo District with focus on showcasing various agricultural technologies meant to fight effects of climate change.

[New Times] The National Agricultural Show opened yesterday at Mulindi grounds in Gasabo District with focus on showcasing various agricultural technologies meant to fight effects of climate change.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

UPND Sharp Reaction to Counsel Shocks RB

Fourth Republican President Rupiah Banda says the backlash that he has received for advising the opposition UPND has vindicated his advice to them. President Banda said that the vicious attacks that had come his way from the UPND house vindicate … Continued

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Fourth Republican President Rupiah Banda says the backlash that he has received for advising the opposition UPND has vindicated his advice to them. President Banda said that the vicious attacks that had come his way from the UPND house vindicate what he had said that the party lacks tolerance. He said that he had given his counsel in good faith when he advised the UPND to accept the outcome of the August 11 elections. “When I gave my advice to them that they should be willing to concede defeat and move on it was in good faith but unfortunately the response has been very strong from the UPND themselves,†he said. Banda had advised the UPND that it would be easier for them to move on if they accepted the outcome of the August 11 elections. The UPND has been disputing the outcome of last year’s elections and have used every opportunity to scandalize the outcome. The post UPND Sharp Reaction to Counsel Shocks RB appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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