Mukura Appoint Burundian Haringingo as Head Coach

[New Times] Rwanda national football league side Mukura Victory Sports have appointed Burundian Francis Christian Haringingo as their new head coach on a two-year contract until the end of 2018/19 season. Haringingo replaces Belgian Yvan Minnaert, who …

[New Times] Rwanda national football league side Mukura Victory Sports have appointed Burundian Francis Christian Haringingo as their new head coach on a two-year contract until the end of 2018/19 season. Haringingo replaces Belgian Yvan Minnaert, who parted company with the Huye-based club at the end of the season after guiding them to 12th position with 32 points.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Volleball – RRA Beat APR to Secure First Playoffs Win

[New Times] National women volleyball defending champions Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) secured the first win of the 2017 Playoffs finals after beating archrivals APR 3-2 in Game 1 of the best of three series on Sunday at Ecole Belge Gymnasium.

[New Times] National women volleyball defending champions Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) secured the first win of the 2017 Playoffs finals after beating archrivals APR 3-2 in Game 1 of the best of three series on Sunday at Ecole Belge Gymnasium.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Is Political Interference Making KCCA Work Hell?

[Observer] A Kampala Capital City Authority director has written to President Museveni informing him that he doesn’t wish to have his contract renewed after it expires on October 2.

[Observer] A Kampala Capital City Authority director has written to President Museveni informing him that he doesn't wish to have his contract renewed after it expires on October 2.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Key Sectors Record Slower-Than-Expected Growth

[Observer] A report by Bank of Uganda has shown that key sectors of the economy recorded slower-than-expected growth last financial year, in what could partly explain the financial squeeze many Ugandans feel today.

[Observer] A report by Bank of Uganda has shown that key sectors of the economy recorded slower-than-expected growth last financial year, in what could partly explain the financial squeeze many Ugandans feel today.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Otafiire – Don’t Blame Me for Age Limit Bill

[Observer] The Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2017, which carries, among other clauses, a proposal to remove the upper age-limit for presidential candidates, has stoked controversy and to manage the fallout, government has appointed retired Major Genera…

[Observer] The Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2017, which carries, among other clauses, a proposal to remove the upper age-limit for presidential candidates, has stoked controversy and to manage the fallout, government has appointed retired Major General Kahinda Otafiire to be its sole spokesman on the issue.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Demands Accountability From Magogo

[Observer] The government through the ministry of Education and Sports has asked Fufa to make detailed accountability of finances received by close of business on July 13.

[Observer] The government through the ministry of Education and Sports has asked Fufa to make detailed accountability of finances received by close of business on July 13.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Shs 1bn for KCCA

[Observer] KCCA FC may have failed to reach the knockout stage of the Caf Confederation Cup but the team will not look back with regret after bagging $275,000 (around Shs 1 billion) for their efforts on the continent.

[Observer] KCCA FC may have failed to reach the knockout stage of the Caf Confederation Cup but the team will not look back with regret after bagging $275,000 (around Shs 1 billion) for their efforts on the continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Illegal Schools Reluctant to Register Their Learners

[Observer] State minister for Primary Education Rosemary Seninde has warned proprietors of unlicensed schools not to confuse the ongoing registration of learners with closing their institutions.

[Observer] State minister for Primary Education Rosemary Seninde has warned proprietors of unlicensed schools not to confuse the ongoing registration of learners with closing their institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda