MPs Question State House Shs 23 Billion Supplementary Request

[Observer] Parliament’s budget committee has raised concern over the Shs 23.1 billion supplementary budget request from State House – less than two months to the end of 2016/2017.

[Observer] Parliament's budget committee has raised concern over the Shs 23.1 billion supplementary budget request from State House - less than two months to the end of 2016/2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kiplagat, Keitany Turn Down Athletics Kenya’s London Call-Up

[Nation] The Iten-based pair of world women’s marathon record holder Mary Keitany and Chicago Marathon champion Florence Kiplagat have turned down invitations to run for Kenya at the World Championships in London this August.

[Nation] The Iten-based pair of world women's marathon record holder Mary Keitany and Chicago Marathon champion Florence Kiplagat have turned down invitations to run for Kenya at the World Championships in London this August.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Biziyaremye Looks to Bounce Back After Recovering From Injury

[New Times] Last weekend, Joseph Biziyaremye made a promising return to cycling after being out of action for six months due to injury. He participated in the second race of the 2017 Rwanda Cycling Cup which was his first as he looks to return to the t…

[New Times] Last weekend, Joseph Biziyaremye made a promising return to cycling after being out of action for six months due to injury. He participated in the second race of the 2017 Rwanda Cycling Cup which was his first as he looks to return to the top of his game. The third race, dubbed 'Race to Remember' that will start from Ruhango town heading to Karongi district plus a circuit is slated for this Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Tigo Slashes Local and International Call Rates

[New Times] Mutesi, a Nyabugogo-based businesswoman, has been finding it hard to communicate with her suppliers in the provinces, which has sometimes caused delays in the delivery of her merchandise.

[New Times] Mutesi, a Nyabugogo-based businesswoman, has been finding it hard to communicate with her suppliers in the provinces, which has sometimes caused delays in the delivery of her merchandise.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kenyans Remember ‘Stella’ As Jilted Lover Says He Moved On

[Nation] In perhaps one of the most hilarious moments this year, Kenyan music lovers on Wednesday took to social media to remember the hit song, Stella, arguably one of the favourite real-life situation love songs.

[Nation] In perhaps one of the most hilarious moments this year, Kenyan music lovers on Wednesday took to social media to remember the hit song, Stella, arguably one of the favourite real-life situation love songs.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Turks Join Rwandans in Community Work in Ankara

[New Times] The Rwandan community in Ankara, Turkey was joined by Turkish citizens and some friends of Rwanda in a community work activity that was held in Rwanda Park, an area that was designated by Kecioren Municipality to Rwandans in Turkey.

[New Times] The Rwandan community in Ankara, Turkey was joined by Turkish citizens and some friends of Rwanda in a community work activity that was held in Rwanda Park, an area that was designated by Kecioren Municipality to Rwandans in Turkey.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Court Awards 33 Nyeri Primary School Workers Sh9.6m

[Nation] The Employment and Labour Relations Court has awarded 33 non-teaching staff of Nyeri Primary School Sh9.6 million after finding that they are public officers in the Ministry of Education.

[Nation] The Employment and Labour Relations Court has awarded 33 non-teaching staff of Nyeri Primary School Sh9.6 million after finding that they are public officers in the Ministry of Education.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rwanda’s Coffee Export Revenue Rises to Over Rwf2 Billion in March

[New Times] Rwanda’s coffee export revenues rose marginally in March to $2.4 million (about Rwf2.02 billion), up from $2.1 million (about Rwf1.77 billion) recorded during the same period in 2016, the National Agricultural Export Board (NAEB) monthly re…

[New Times] Rwanda's coffee export revenues rose marginally in March to $2.4 million (about Rwf2.02 billion), up from $2.1 million (about Rwf1.77 billion) recorded during the same period in 2016, the National Agricultural Export Board (NAEB) monthly report indicates. This was despite a drop in coffee prices on international market to $2.36 per kilo, down from $2.40 per kilo in March 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda