Kagame Reads the Riot Act to Cabinet

[East African] President Paul Kagame has issued a tough warning to members of his Cabinet and local government officials, whom he accused of “covering up issues” while enjoying the perks that come with their positions.

[East African] President Paul Kagame has issued a tough warning to members of his Cabinet and local government officials, whom he accused of "covering up issues" while enjoying the perks that come with their positions.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

AgriSA Condemns ‘Unqualified Statements’ About Land Following Farmer’s Murder

[News24Wire] AgriSA says the murder of a farmer near Vredefort on Sunday shows how “irresponsible and reckless” statements around land expropriation are.

[News24Wire] AgriSA says the murder of a farmer near Vredefort on Sunday shows how "irresponsible and reckless" statements around land expropriation are.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Chinese Official Pledges to Rally Tourists to Rwanda

[New Times] The director of Guangzhou tourism municipality Liu Yumei has pledged to work together with Rwandan officials to promote tourism which could see more Chinese tourists visiting Rwanda.

[New Times] The director of Guangzhou tourism municipality Liu Yumei has pledged to work together with Rwandan officials to promote tourism which could see more Chinese tourists visiting Rwanda.

‘We Cannot Have His Spirit Roaming Around Pretoria’ – Murdered Taxify Driver’s Aunt

[News24Wire] Respectful, well-mannered and quiet. This is how Nobuhle Mbonambi described her late 21-year-old nephew, who has allegedly become the latest victim in the metered taxi “war”.

[News24Wire] Respectful, well-mannered and quiet. This is how Nobuhle Mbonambi described her late 21-year-old nephew, who has allegedly become the latest victim in the metered taxi "war".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Gugulethu Occupiers Call for City to Buy Land for Them

[GroundUp] Residents of Gugulethu have vowed to take to the streets if Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille does not resolve the township’s homelessness crisis at a community meeting scheduled for Thursday.

[GroundUp] Residents of Gugulethu have vowed to take to the streets if Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille does not resolve the township's homelessness crisis at a community meeting scheduled for Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Local Bourse Indices Drop Marginally

[New Times] Both the Rwanda Share Index and All Share Index went down marginally by 0.08 and 0.01 points to close at 131.71 and 132.96 points, respectively, yesterday the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) daily market report indicates. The drop was occasione…

[New Times] Both the Rwanda Share Index and All Share Index went down marginally by 0.08 and 0.01 points to close at 131.71 and 132.96 points, respectively, yesterday the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) daily market report indicates. The drop was occasioned by a Rwf1 decline in the share price of Crystal Telecom counter, which closed at Rwf59 compared to Friday's share price of Rwf60.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda