Senate Urges More Efforts to Track Genocide Fugitives

[New Times] There is need to urgently increase the budget and personnel for the country’s Genocide Fugitive Tracking Unit (GFTU), a senatorial standing committee said in a report yesterday. Mike Rugema, the chairperson of the Standing Committee on Fore…

[New Times] There is need to urgently increase the budget and personnel for the country's Genocide Fugitive Tracking Unit (GFTU), a senatorial standing committee said in a report yesterday. Mike Rugema, the chairperson of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Security, said the unit was understaffed and underfinanced and this affected the implementation of its critical mandate.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Report – We Love Village Life

[Daily News] Arusha -CITIZENS in the six East African Community member states may be enjoying regular trips to towns, visiting relatives, but most of them would rather continue living in their rural villages, shunning urban localities, a report from th…

[Daily News] Arusha -CITIZENS in the six East African Community member states may be enjoying regular trips to towns, visiting relatives, but most of them would rather continue living in their rural villages, shunning urban localities, a report from the EAC Secretariat here has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

EAC Roots for More Kiswahili Presence

[Daily News] Zanzibar -MEMBER states within the East African Community now wish to establish National Kiswahili Councils within their respective countries to show commitment in promoting the language in the region.

[Daily News] Zanzibar -MEMBER states within the East African Community now wish to establish National Kiswahili Councils within their respective countries to show commitment in promoting the language in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Media Houses to Bid for Match Broadcasting Rights

[Nyasa Times] Football Association of Malawi (FAM), in collaboration with its member affiliate, the Super League of Malawi (SULOM) is inviting television and radio media houses or marketing agencies with capacities and competencies to broadcast live or…

[Nyasa Times] Football Association of Malawi (FAM), in collaboration with its member affiliate, the Super League of Malawi (SULOM) is inviting television and radio media houses or marketing agencies with capacities and competencies to broadcast live or delayed local and international football matches on to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Seven Days Later, Suzan Magara Still Missing

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The search for the whereabouts of Suzan Magara, 28 years, a cashier at the Bwendero Dairy Farm in Kampala continues a week after she was reported missing.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The search for the whereabouts of Suzan Magara, 28 years, a cashier at the Bwendero Dairy Farm in Kampala continues a week after she was reported missing.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tourism Board Bemoans Govt Underfunding

[Namibian] Namibia Tourism Board chairperson Paul Brinkmann last week bemoaned government underfunding, which he said led to cost-cutting measures like keeping posts vacant in the hope of reducing the para-stastal’s N$25 million wage bill.

[Namibian] Namibia Tourism Board chairperson Paul Brinkmann last week bemoaned government underfunding, which he said led to cost-cutting measures like keeping posts vacant in the hope of reducing the para-stastal's N$25 million wage bill.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Coffee Conference to Boost Uganda’s Targets

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Officials from Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) are optimistic that the discussions and resolutions that will emerge from the 16th African Fine Coffee Conference and exhibition week will support Uganda’s big c…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Officials from Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) are optimistic that the discussions and resolutions that will emerge from the 16th African Fine Coffee Conference and exhibition week will support Uganda's big coffee sector targets.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

80% of Zambezi Households Have No Toilets – Report

[Namibian] A report released by the Namibia Intercensal Demographic Survey in 2016 shows that about 80% of households in the Zambezi region have no toilets, forcing residents to use the bush, riverbeds and fields to answer nature.

[Namibian] A report released by the Namibia Intercensal Demographic Survey in 2016 shows that about 80% of households in the Zambezi region have no toilets, forcing residents to use the bush, riverbeds and fields to answer nature.