Adopt a Systematic Approach to Address Genocide Ideology in Schools

[New Times] This week saw members of the Anti-Genocide Parliamentary Forum travel to secondary schools across five districts in the country on a campaign to encourage the youngsters to steer clear of hate crimes and genocide ideology.

[New Times] This week saw members of the Anti-Genocide Parliamentary Forum travel to secondary schools across five districts in the country on a campaign to encourage the youngsters to steer clear of hate crimes and genocide ideology.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

We Need to Fix Patient Data Gap to Cope With the Rise of “Rich” Diseases in Africa

[New Times] When it comes to killer diseases in Africa, many people think of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, or even Ebola. But the reality is that diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease – known as non-communicable diseases (N…

[New Times] When it comes to killer diseases in Africa, many people think of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, or even Ebola. But the reality is that diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease - known as non-communicable diseases (NCDs)-are a major threat.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Affordable Housing – Is Price the Only Factor?

[New Times] It is not a secret that we need to build more homes in Rwanda. In fact, if we want young families to have a chance of a home of their own, then we need to build more homes in the right locations and at an affordable price.

[New Times] It is not a secret that we need to build more homes in Rwanda. In fact, if we want young families to have a chance of a home of their own, then we need to build more homes in the right locations and at an affordable price.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Corruption Undercuts Boko Haram Fight

[AfricaFocus] “Nigeria’s corrupt elites have profited from conflict; with oil prices at a record low, defence has provided new and lucrative opportunities for the country’s corrupt kleptocrats. Former military chiefs have stolen as much as US $15 billi…

[AfricaFocus] "Nigeria's corrupt elites have profited from conflict; with oil prices at a record low, defence has provided new and lucrative opportunities for the country's corrupt kleptocrats. Former military chiefs have stolen as much as US $15 billion - a sum equivalent to half of Nigeria's foreign currency reserves - through fraudulent arms procurement deals." - new report on "Weaponizing Tranparency"

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mugabe’s Daughter, Priest, Appointed to Censorship Board

[News24Wire] President Robert Mugabe’s only daughter Bona has been appointed to the country’s Censorship Board, which determines which parts of steamy films the people of Zimbabwe can watch and which they can’t.

[News24Wire] President Robert Mugabe's only daughter Bona has been appointed to the country's Censorship Board, which determines which parts of steamy films the people of Zimbabwe can watch and which they can't.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Senate to Probe ‘False Attack’ On Leader

[Daily Trust] The Senate yesterday asked its Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions to look into a false story carried by two national dailies (excluding the Daily Trust), that reported that the Senate Leader, Ahmad Lawan (APC, Yobe North…

[Daily Trust] The Senate yesterday asked its Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions to look into a false story carried by two national dailies (excluding the Daily Trust), that reported that the Senate Leader, Ahmad Lawan (APC, Yobe North), was attacked by his constituents on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

NDDC Has Failed Niger Deltans – Jonathan

[Premium Times] Former President Goodluck Jonathan has criticised the Niger Delta Development Commission, saying the agency has failed to provide the needed infrastructural development in the region.

[Premium Times] Former President Goodluck Jonathan has criticised the Niger Delta Development Commission, saying the agency has failed to provide the needed infrastructural development in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria