Kinshasa Named As Worst Megacity for Working Women

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Kinshasa -Most women in Kinshasa work in small, informal businesses or agriculture and many live on the city outskirts without electricity and roads

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Kinshasa -Most women in Kinshasa work in small, informal businesses or agriculture and many live on the city outskirts without electricity and roads

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Govt’s Library to Be Revamped – Mmana

[Malawi News Agency] Deputy Director of Information responsible for Press and Publications in the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Deogratias Mmana, has said government’s Library will be revamped.

[Malawi News Agency] Deputy Director of Information responsible for Press and Publications in the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Deogratias Mmana, has said government's Library will be revamped.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Hoops Talent Search Clinic Targets Teens

[New Times] National basketball team players Hamza Ruhezamihigo and Lionel Hakizimana are holding training clinics for young basketball players around the country to harness raw talent.

[New Times] National basketball team players Hamza Ruhezamihigo and Lionel Hakizimana are holding training clinics for young basketball players around the country to harness raw talent.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

I Was Feeling Hot – Young Ward Rep Defends Dress Choice

[Nairobi News] Nominated member of Nyeri County Assembly Beth Nyawira has defended herself against accusations that she was dressed indecently when she was kicked out of the assembly on Tuesday.

[Nairobi News] Nominated member of Nyeri County Assembly Beth Nyawira has defended herself against accusations that she was dressed indecently when she was kicked out of the assembly on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Why Islamist Attack Demands Careful Govt Response

[The Conversation Africa] In the early hours of 5 October 2017 a group of 30 men attacked three police stations in Mocimboa da Praia, a small town of 30,000 inhabitants in Northern Mozambique. They killed two policemen, stole arms and ammunition, and o…

[The Conversation Africa] In the early hours of 5 October 2017 a group of 30 men attacked three police stations in Mocimboa da Praia, a small town of 30,000 inhabitants in Northern Mozambique. They killed two policemen, stole arms and ammunition, and occupied the town.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Why NTSA Will Focus Alcoblow Operation on Thika Road

[Nairobi News] The sharp increase in the number of road accidents along the Thika Superhighway has been attributed to drink driving with National Transport Safety Authority (NTSA) officers together with police promising a crackdown to arrest the situat…

[Nairobi News] The sharp increase in the number of road accidents along the Thika Superhighway has been attributed to drink driving with National Transport Safety Authority (NTSA) officers together with police promising a crackdown to arrest the situation.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Taekwondo Team Eye Olympic Games Qualification

[New Times] The Rwanda Para-Taekwondo men and female players are keen on qualifying for the 2020 Japan Olympic Games by winning medals at the World Taekwondo Championship Games that start today at the Copper Box Arena in London.

[New Times] The Rwanda Para-Taekwondo men and female players are keen on qualifying for the 2020 Japan Olympic Games by winning medals at the World Taekwondo Championship Games that start today at the Copper Box Arena in London.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Nurse Who Battled Early HIV Storm Is Now MP

[Observer] When HIV/Aids was first reported in parts of present-day Kyotera district, only a few wanted to associate with people suffering from the then mysterious killer disease that left its sufferers looking like walking skeletons.

[Observer] When HIV/Aids was first reported in parts of present-day Kyotera district, only a few wanted to associate with people suffering from the then mysterious killer disease that left its sufferers looking like walking skeletons.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda