City of Kigali Rolls Out Millions For Water, Sanitation Upgrade Project

[New Times] Water and sanitation are critical components that need to be worked on to ensure they are covered 100 per cent by 2020 if Rwandans are to live a better life, officials have said.

[New Times] Water and sanitation are critical components that need to be worked on to ensure they are covered 100 per cent by 2020 if Rwandans are to live a better life, officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

University of Rwanda in Fresh Round of Restructuring

[New Times] University of Rwanda is in the process of restructuring to improve the quality of education, reduce expenses and create a friendly learning environment for students.

[New Times] University of Rwanda is in the process of restructuring to improve the quality of education, reduce expenses and create a friendly learning environment for students.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

U.S.$20 Million Programme to Spur Youth Employment

[New Times] The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched a Rwf17.2 billion initiative, Huguka Dukore, that will help train 40,000 youths in workforce readiness skills by 2021.

[New Times] The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched a Rwf17.2 billion initiative, Huguka Dukore, that will help train 40,000 youths in workforce readiness skills by 2021.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Teachers Arrested Over Fake Academic Papers

[Monitor] Sembabule -Police in Sembabule District have arrested seven teachers attached to seven government primary schools over alleged use of fake academic papers to access the payroll.

[Monitor] Sembabule -Police in Sembabule District have arrested seven teachers attached to seven government primary schools over alleged use of fake academic papers to access the payroll.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Communications Minister Plans to ‘Filter Social Media’

[Monitor] On May 28, Ugandans gathered at Fort Portal to commemorate the 51st World Communications Day. The day is meant to celebrate the role of communication globally. It was on this day when the Minister of Information and Communications Technology,…

[Monitor] On May 28, Ugandans gathered at Fort Portal to commemorate the 51st World Communications Day. The day is meant to celebrate the role of communication globally. It was on this day when the Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Mr Frank Tumwebaze, laid out government's intention to curtail freedom of communication. According to Daily Monitor of May 31, the minister said there is a need to "filter" social media content on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp, citing instances of peop

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Moroto Traders Exploit Turkana Hunger to Make Huge Profits

[Monitor] Moroto -Traders in Moroto District are currently making huge profits on food items as a result of hunger in the neighbouring Turkana – Kenya which has skyrocketed demand.

[Monitor] Moroto -Traders in Moroto District are currently making huge profits on food items as a result of hunger in the neighbouring Turkana - Kenya which has skyrocketed demand.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

The Money in Mosquito Repellant

[Monitor] Since there are many mosquito-infested areas in the country, you can invest in mosquito repellants considering that malaria is one of the killer diseases in Uganda. Dorothy Nakaweesi shows how this makes business sense.

[Monitor] Since there are many mosquito-infested areas in the country, you can invest in mosquito repellants considering that malaria is one of the killer diseases in Uganda. Dorothy Nakaweesi shows how this makes business sense.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Police Deny Inserting Broomsticks Into ‘Most Wanted’ Kidnapper’s Penis

[Premium Times] The police have denied reports that officers who arrested the “most wanted” kidnap kingpin last Saturday stuck broomsticks up his penis to spiritually disarm him.

[Premium Times] The police have denied reports that officers who arrested the "most wanted" kidnap kingpin last Saturday stuck broomsticks up his penis to spiritually disarm him.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

20% of Nigeria’s 2017 Budget to Be Funded By Recovered Loot – Buhari’s Assistant

[Premium Times] The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Prosecutions, Okoi Obono-Obla, said on Tuesday that part of the 2017 budget will be financed by recovered looted funds.

[Premium Times] The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Prosecutions, Okoi Obono-Obla, said on Tuesday that part of the 2017 budget will be financed by recovered looted funds.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria