Mobile Phone Penetration Rate Rises Marginally in June

[New Times] The number of Rwandans with mobile phones increased marginally in the month of June, the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority’s Active Mobile Telephone Subscription report for June indicates.

[New Times] The number of Rwandans with mobile phones increased marginally in the month of June, the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority's Active Mobile Telephone Subscription report for June indicates.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sofapaka’s Kasumba Eyes League’s Golden Boot Award

[Nation] Sofapaka striker Umaru Kasumba has set his sights on winning the SportPesa Premier League’s Golden Boot award and become only the second Ugandan to attain the honour after Dan Sserunkuma.

[Nation] Sofapaka striker Umaru Kasumba has set his sights on winning the SportPesa Premier League's Golden Boot award and become only the second Ugandan to attain the honour after Dan Sserunkuma.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hajj 2017 – Nigerian Death Rises to 14 As NAHCON Loses Staff

[Premium Times] The number of Nigerian pilgrims who died during this year’s Islamic pilgrimage has risen to 14, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, has said.

[Premium Times] The number of Nigerian pilgrims who died during this year's Islamic pilgrimage has risen to 14, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

District Authorities Decry Cost of Mubende Eviction

[Observer] After the eviction of artisanal miners in Mubende district about three weeks ago, the leaders of the area have estimated a loss of about Shs 500m, which they would receive as taxes from various business owners in the mining camps.

[Observer] After the eviction of artisanal miners in Mubende district about three weeks ago, the leaders of the area have estimated a loss of about Shs 500m, which they would receive as taxes from various business owners in the mining camps.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Only’ 70,000 to Watch Egypt-Uganda

[Monitor] Kampala -Tuesday’s 2018 World Cup qualifying clash between Egypt and Uganda will not be watched by a capacity at the Borg Al Arab stadium as the Egyptian FA opted to cap the number of fans.

[Monitor] Kampala -Tuesday's 2018 World Cup qualifying clash between Egypt and Uganda will not be watched by a capacity at the Borg Al Arab stadium as the Egyptian FA opted to cap the number of fans.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Thika Traders Protest Allocation of Leisure Garden to Hawkers

[Nation] Hundreds of Moi Market traders in Thika Town have demonstrated over the allocation of a leisure garden located in the town centre to hawkers who flooded the town since Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu was declared the Jubilee Party prior to t…

[Nation] Hundreds of Moi Market traders in Thika Town have demonstrated over the allocation of a leisure garden located in the town centre to hawkers who flooded the town since Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu was declared the Jubilee Party prior to the August 8 election.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Silverbacks Will Not Cheer Uganda Cranes

[Monitor] Alexandria, Egypt -Uganda’s national basketball team will not have the chance to watch and support their football counterparts who face Egypt in a 2018 World Cup qualifying encounter on Tuesday.

[Monitor] Alexandria, Egypt -Uganda's national basketball team will not have the chance to watch and support their football counterparts who face Egypt in a 2018 World Cup qualifying encounter on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Onyango ‘Feels’ Good to Return to Borg Al Arab

[Monitor] Alexandria, Egypt -The Borg Al Arab stadium in the Egyptian coastal town of Alexandria is one that holds great importance in the career of Uganda Cranes captain Denis Onyango.

[Monitor] Alexandria, Egypt -The Borg Al Arab stadium in the Egyptian coastal town of Alexandria is one that holds great importance in the career of Uganda Cranes captain Denis Onyango.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Police Launch Investigations on Fires in Two Busia Schools

[Nation] Police in Busia have launched investigations into the cause of two separate fire incidents that burnt property of unknown value in two secondary schools on Monday.

[Nation] Police in Busia have launched investigations into the cause of two separate fire incidents that burnt property of unknown value in two secondary schools on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya