Micho Exit Big Blow – Onyango

[Monitor] Kampala -No player in the current Uganda Cranes’ team shares a more fond relationship with outgone coach Micho Sredojevic than captain Denis Onyango.

[Monitor] Kampala -No player in the current Uganda Cranes' team shares a more fond relationship with outgone coach Micho Sredojevic than captain Denis Onyango.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Fufa, Govt Should Learn From Micho Exit

[Monitor] It’s normal procedure for coaches to change jobs just like Micho Sredojevic opted to “terminate” his contract with Uganda Cranes last Saturday. The two major reasons for moving from one job to another is going to a bigger team and one that pa…

[Monitor] It's normal procedure for coaches to change jobs just like Micho Sredojevic opted to "terminate" his contract with Uganda Cranes last Saturday. The two major reasons for moving from one job to another is going to a bigger team and one that pays more. In Micho's case, the acrimonious exit had been long coming for the fortnight preceding that announcement at Kabira Country Club.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kiyovu Handed Tough Group in 2nd Division League

[New Times] SC Kiyovu will have a mountain to climb to realise their hope of a return to the Azam Rwanda Premier League after being drawn in a tough group in the second division.

[New Times] SC Kiyovu will have a mountain to climb to realise their hope of a return to the Azam Rwanda Premier League after being drawn in a tough group in the second division.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mulindwa – Uganda Not Ready for Local Coach

[Monitor] Kampala -Lawrence Mulindwa, the man who took a huge gamble in recruiting Micho Sredojevic following his sacking by Rwanda in 2013 thinks Uganda Cranes is not ready for a local coach.

[Monitor] Kampala -Lawrence Mulindwa, the man who took a huge gamble in recruiting Micho Sredojevic following his sacking by Rwanda in 2013 thinks Uganda Cranes is not ready for a local coach.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Is Tsvangirai Heading for Defeat?

[The Herald] Four years ago today, Zimbabweans went to the polls to vote for the President and their representatives in the Eighth Parliament where they overwhelmingly endorsed President Mugabe with 61 percent of the vote to MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsva…

[The Herald] Four years ago today, Zimbabweans went to the polls to vote for the President and their representatives in the Eighth Parliament where they overwhelmingly endorsed President Mugabe with 61 percent of the vote to MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's 34 percent; with Zanu-PF dominating the National Assembly by winning 160 of the 210 seats to the MDC-T's paltry 49 seats.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Mugabe in Grand Homecoming

[The Herald] Ongoing Presidential Youth Interface rallies have confirmed Zanu-PF’s immense popularity in addition to strengthening intra-party unity, the ruling party’s secretary for Youth Affairs Cde Kudzanayi Chipanga has said.

[The Herald] Ongoing Presidential Youth Interface rallies have confirmed Zanu-PF's immense popularity in addition to strengthening intra-party unity, the ruling party's secretary for Youth Affairs Cde Kudzanayi Chipanga has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Media Warned on Publishing Poll Results Before IEBC

[Nation] Media houses that will release election results before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission risk losing their licences, ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has warned.

[Nation] Media houses that will release election results before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission risk losing their licences, ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has warned.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya