RwandAir to Launch Flights to London

[New Times] National carrier, RwandAir, will at 12:45pm tomorrow, take off for the first direct commercial flight to Gatwick International Airport, London’s second busiest airport.

[New Times] National carrier, RwandAir, will at 12:45pm tomorrow, take off for the first direct commercial flight to Gatwick International Airport, London's second busiest airport.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

House Team Wants Waiguru Probed Over Looting of NYS

[Nation] Anne Waiguru is not a big woman, but she nevertheless appears to fill a room because of her abrasive self-assuredness and — as MPs have concluded — disregard for integrity in leadership.

[Nation] Anne Waiguru is not a big woman, but she nevertheless appears to fill a room because of her abrasive self-assuredness and -- as MPs have concluded -- disregard for integrity in leadership.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Court Grants Student a Suspended Sentence

[Nyasa Times] A 19-year-old Chikondi Kasache will live to remember 22nd May, 2017 after Dedza Magistrate court suspended his 46-month jail term following his mitigation that he is a student at Chowo Community Day Secondary School.

[Nyasa Times] A 19-year-old Chikondi Kasache will live to remember 22nd May, 2017 after Dedza Magistrate court suspended his 46-month jail term following his mitigation that he is a student at Chowo Community Day Secondary School.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Gisembe Memorial Tourney – Espoir Drawn in Tough Group

[New Times] Reigning champions Espoir will have a big mountain to climb if they are to retain the local edition of this year’s Gisembe memorial basketball tournament, which kicks off on Friday at Amahoro Indoor Stadium.

[New Times] Reigning champions Espoir will have a big mountain to climb if they are to retain the local edition of this year's Gisembe memorial basketball tournament, which kicks off on Friday at Amahoro Indoor Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Merciless Media Coverage of Terror Attacks Needs to Stop

[Nation] What happened in Manchester is another in a long string of terrifying attacks worldwide. What makes this one even more atrocious, in the words of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is that this particular assault targeted children coming from wh…

[Nation] What happened in Manchester is another in a long string of terrifying attacks worldwide. What makes this one even more atrocious, in the words of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is that this particular assault targeted children coming from what should have been one of the best nights of their lives. This is an act of 'sickening cowardice,' resembling Kenya's own Westgate attack, during which children and parents attending an event on the rooftop were slaughtered mercilessly.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya