Leaked Draft Emergency Document Allows for Internet Blackout

[News24Wire] Proposed draft regulations for a state of emergency would give the president the right to appoint a “control officer”, who would have far-reaching powers, including the prohibition of the dissemination of information.

[News24Wire] Proposed draft regulations for a state of emergency would give the president the right to appoint a "control officer", who would have far-reaching powers, including the prohibition of the dissemination of information.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

AU Peace and Security Council’s Experts Meet in Musanze

[New Times] Members of the committee of experts from African Union’s Peace and Security Council (PSC) are meeting in Musanze District to discuss peace and security in Africa.

[New Times] Members of the committee of experts from African Union's Peace and Security Council (PSC) are meeting in Musanze District to discuss peace and security in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Lawyers Chart Ways to Fight Money Laundering

[New Times] A team of lawyers from the United States’ Conference of Western Attorneys General-African Alliance Partnership (CWAG/APP) is in Rwanda to train members from justice sector about various techniques in detecting, investigating and prosecuting…

[New Times] A team of lawyers from the United States' Conference of Western Attorneys General-African Alliance Partnership (CWAG/APP) is in Rwanda to train members from justice sector about various techniques in detecting, investigating and prosecuting money laundering crimes.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mnangagwa Govt Illegitimate, Tendai Biti Tells US Senate

[New Zimbabwe] Former finance Minister Tendai Biti who is in the US leading MDC Alliance principals has pleaded with the Donald Trump administration not to “forget” Zimbabwe in its fight against “tyranny” under what he called an “illegitimate government.”

[New Zimbabwe] Former finance Minister Tendai Biti who is in the US leading MDC Alliance principals has pleaded with the Donald Trump administration not to "forget" Zimbabwe in its fight against "tyranny" under what he called an "illegitimate government."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bribery on the Decrease – Report

[New Times] Incidences of bribery decreased slightly from 24.4 per cent last year to 23.9 per cent this year, Rwanda Bribery Index 2017 report shows. At least 2,385 respondents took part in the survey.

[New Times] Incidences of bribery decreased slightly from 24.4 per cent last year to 23.9 per cent this year, Rwanda Bribery Index 2017 report shows. At least 2,385 respondents took part in the survey.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

All Set for Andika Rwanda 2018

[New Times] As part of their work to impart a lifelong affinity for stories and poetry in Rwanda’s youngest readers, early grade reading advocates from USAID’s Soma Umenye and the Rwandan Education Board (REB) have been meeting with leading officials a…

[New Times] As part of their work to impart a lifelong affinity for stories and poetry in Rwanda's youngest readers, early grade reading advocates from USAID's Soma Umenye and the Rwandan Education Board (REB) have been meeting with leading officials across Rwanda to discuss strategies that will increase participation in a fourth national student writing competition. In total, there have been five meetings in each of Rwanda's provinces, gathering provincial, district and sector education officials who aspire to improv

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

US Says Mnangagwa’s Govt Should Get Military Off Streets

[New Zimbabwe] THE military must return to the barracks while Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has a “window of opportunity to demonstrate commitment to a democratic, just, healthy and prosperous Zimbabwe”, a strategic US government official has said.

[New Zimbabwe] THE military must return to the barracks while Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has a "window of opportunity to demonstrate commitment to a democratic, just, healthy and prosperous Zimbabwe", a strategic US government official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Sends Senate Boss Back to Code of Conduct Tribunal

[Premium Times] The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has reacted to the decision of the Appeal Court sending him back to the Code of Conduct Tribunal to answer to three charges on false asset declarations.

[Premium Times] The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has reacted to the decision of the Appeal Court sending him back to the Code of Conduct Tribunal to answer to three charges on false asset declarations.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria