Makerere Visitation Committee to Meet Students

[Monitor] Kampala -The Makerere University visitation committee appointed by President Museveni in November last year to probe affairs of the university will start meeting students in groups following the re-opening of the university.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Makerere University visitation committee appointed by President Museveni in November last year to probe affairs of the university will start meeting students in groups following the re-opening of the university.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

RRA V-Ball Club Kick Off Preps Ahead of 2017 Season

[New Times] National Women Volleyball League giants Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) will today start early preparations at Ecole Belge indoor gymnasium in City center, ahead of the forthcoming 2017 season that is expected to kick off on February 4.

[New Times] National Women Volleyball League giants Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) will today start early preparations at Ecole Belge indoor gymnasium in City center, ahead of the forthcoming 2017 season that is expected to kick off on February 4.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Let’s Give the Deep Reform a Try

[Ethiopian Herald] The weakening spirit of public service among government officials at various levels and proclivity to use power for personal use have also been identified as causes; besides lack of competence.

[Ethiopian Herald] The weakening spirit of public service among government officials at various levels and proclivity to use power for personal use have also been identified as causes; besides lack of competence.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

132 Nabbed for Drunk Driving

[New Era] Windhoek -At least 132 people were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol during the festive season, the Namibian police’s deputy inspector general for operations, Major-General James Tjivikua revealed yesterday.

[New Era] Windhoek -At least 132 people were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol during the festive season, the Namibian police's deputy inspector general for operations, Major-General James Tjivikua revealed yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Brace for a Tough Year, Economists Warn Tanzanians

[East African] Economists predict a gloomy year ahead as the private sector continues to shrink due to austerity measures by President John Magufuli’s government, which is keen on procuring goods and services locally.

[East African] Economists predict a gloomy year ahead as the private sector continues to shrink due to austerity measures by President John Magufuli's government, which is keen on procuring goods and services locally.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Challengers Vow to Revamp Winning Ways

[New Times] Challengers Cricket Club has vowed to make a strong come back in 2017 following a very unceremonious 2016 that saw them scoop only one title, making it one of their most unlucky seasons.

[New Times] Challengers Cricket Club has vowed to make a strong come back in 2017 following a very unceremonious 2016 that saw them scoop only one title, making it one of their most unlucky seasons.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda