Model Villages – How Economy is Growing Along With Fortunes of Vulnerable Households

[New Times] It’s a few minutes past 11am. Thonis Uwamurera, 48, a single mother of four, is walking from her garden. It has drizzled, the sky is about to open-a perfect time for potato farmers like her to plant.

[New Times] It's a few minutes past 11am. Thonis Uwamurera, 48, a single mother of four, is walking from her garden. It has drizzled, the sky is about to open-a perfect time for potato farmers like her to plant.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Why Schools Should Involve Students in Decision Making

[New Times] Dealing with student grievances is every school head’s nightmare. Education experts warn that at the heart of this challenge is poor communication between students and the school administration.

[New Times] Dealing with student grievances is every school head's nightmare. Education experts warn that at the heart of this challenge is poor communication between students and the school administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Stellenbosch Club Shooting Victim to Be Honoured At Memorial

[News24Wire] Nicole Muller, who was caught in the crossfire of a Stellenbosch club shooting on Saturday, October 14, will be honoured in a memorial service in Kuils River on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Nicole Muller, who was caught in the crossfire of a Stellenbosch club shooting on Saturday, October 14, will be honoured in a memorial service in Kuils River on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

School Guard Accused of Sexual Assault to Appear in Court

[News24Wire] A security guard accused of sexually assaulting up to 87 girls at a Soweto primary school where he worked is expected to appear in the Protea North Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] A security guard accused of sexually assaulting up to 87 girls at a Soweto primary school where he worked is expected to appear in the Protea North Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

World Food Day – Nigeria Far From Achieving Food Security

[Leadership] As Nigeria joins the global world to celebrate the World Food Day (WFD), indications arising from various stakeholders have shown that the nation is far from achieving food security.

[Leadership] As Nigeria joins the global world to celebrate the World Food Day (WFD), indications arising from various stakeholders have shown that the nation is far from achieving food security.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Police Cooking Reports to Block Us – Opposition

[Observer] Opposition members of parliament have accused the police of manufacturing and acting on false intelligence reports to obstruct their campaigns against the lifting of presidential age limits.

[Observer] Opposition members of parliament have accused the police of manufacturing and acting on false intelligence reports to obstruct their campaigns against the lifting of presidential age limits.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We Need Protection From Voters On Age Limit – MP Simeo Nsubuga

[Observer] This week, supporters of the age limit removal bill are expected to begin consulting constituents on the controversial draft legislation currently being processed by the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee. But with some MPs who suppor…

[Observer] This week, supporters of the age limit removal bill are expected to begin consulting constituents on the controversial draft legislation currently being processed by the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee. But with some MPs who support the bill facing hostility in their constituencies, many have asked the government for protection. In a Monday interview, Kassanda South MP SIMEO MUWANGA NSUBUGA, one of the lead campaigners for the amendment, told Sadab Kitatta Kaaya why he and colleagues need police

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We Can Defeat Money and Guns

[Observer] Mr Museveni has sent his staff and security operatives to districts to persuade local government leaders and his party branches to support a proposal to change the Constitution to allow old people aged 75 and above to contest for president.

[Observer] Mr Museveni has sent his staff and security operatives to districts to persuade local government leaders and his party branches to support a proposal to change the Constitution to allow old people aged 75 and above to contest for president.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda