Why the AMAA Nominees Gala Night Flopped

[New Times] The nomination was done on Sunday, May 14 at Kigali Convention Centre (KCC). Among 29 different categories, there is only one Rwandan nominee, Clementine Dusabejambo’s film A Place for Myself in the Best Short Film Category.

[New Times] The nomination was done on Sunday, May 14 at Kigali Convention Centre (KCC). Among 29 different categories, there is only one Rwandan nominee, Clementine Dusabejambo's film A Place for Myself in the Best Short Film Category.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

7 Years Later, Govt Yet to Relocate Bududa Landslide Victims

[Monitor] Bulambuli -A disaster that struck Bududa District in 2010 left several villages buried by the mudslide from the nearby Mt Elgon, hundreds dead and scores displaced.

[Monitor] Bulambuli -A disaster that struck Bududa District in 2010 left several villages buried by the mudslide from the nearby Mt Elgon, hundreds dead and scores displaced.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Restaurant Bosses to Go On Countrywide Tour to Address Boycott

[News24Wire] Due to the public outrage sparked by an incident at a Spur Texamo franchise in Oakdene in March, the backlash against the eatery’s franchise business has caused such a knock that its top management is embarking on a nationwide tour to get …

[News24Wire] Due to the public outrage sparked by an incident at a Spur Texamo franchise in Oakdene in March, the backlash against the eatery's franchise business has caused such a knock that its top management is embarking on a nationwide tour to get to try and clean up the mess.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Newspapers Giving Pupils Chance to Excel

[Monitor] Cissy Namulemeri, a 14-year-old Primary Seven pupil of Mbuya C.O.U Primary School, is emotional as she recalls the days when she was stigmatised by her menstruation period. Namulemeri says she would even fear to walk about in class and Cissy …

[Monitor] Cissy Namulemeri, a 14-year-old Primary Seven pupil of Mbuya C.O.U Primary School, is emotional as she recalls the days when she was stigmatised by her menstruation period. Namulemeri says she would even fear to walk about in class and Cissy Namulemeri, a 14-year-old Primary Seven pupil of school during those painful three days. But this was before she started reading Newspapers in Education (NiE), a weekly pullout in the Daily Monitor published every Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nasasira’s Eight-Month Weight Loss Journey

[Monitor] In 2014 and 2015, Doreen Nasasira developed a crazy obsession for food. She ate almost anything. If it was not fried chicken and chips, she was eating a rolex or indulging in pizza, doughnuts and chocolate. She would drink soda, milk, yoghurt…

[Monitor] In 2014 and 2015, Doreen Nasasira developed a crazy obsession for food. She ate almost anything. If it was not fried chicken and chips, she was eating a rolex or indulging in pizza, doughnuts and chocolate. She would drink soda, milk, yoghurt and alcohol with relish.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ruling Party Manifesto Promises to Create Jobs

[Nation] The Jubilee administration has pledged to reverse the negative trend of job losses and initiate an ambitious programme to create 1.5 million jobs annually for the next five years if re-elected.

[Nation] The Jubilee administration has pledged to reverse the negative trend of job losses and initiate an ambitious programme to create 1.5 million jobs annually for the next five years if re-elected.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Boko Haram Blamed for Suicide Bomb Deaths

[Al Jazeera] Suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers have struck the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, killing at least nine civilians, as the same armed group was also blamed for the death of eight soldiers in fierce fighting in neighbouring Chad.

[Al Jazeera] Suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers have struck the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, killing at least nine civilians, as the same armed group was also blamed for the death of eight soldiers in fierce fighting in neighbouring Chad.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Angola Indicts Oslo Freedom Forum Speaker for Insulting Public Authority

[HRF] New York -The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) condemns the June 20 indictment of award-winning investigative journalist and human rights advocate  Rafael Marques de Morais  by Angola’s Office of the Attorney General.

[HRF] New York -The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) condemns the June 20 indictment of award-winning investigative journalist and human rights advocate  Rafael Marques de Morais  by Angola's Office of the Attorney General.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola