President Kiir Sacks Army Boss

[Monitor] A row has erupted over who could be behind the protests that erupted in the South Sudan capital Juba on Monday, with reports indicating that SPLA Chief of General Staff, Gen Paul Malong Awan was behind the protests.

[Monitor] A row has erupted over who could be behind the protests that erupted in the South Sudan capital Juba on Monday, with reports indicating that SPLA Chief of General Staff, Gen Paul Malong Awan was behind the protests.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Don’t Judge Me Because I Was ‘So-and-So’s Lover’ – Dlamini-Zuma

[News24Wire] Former African Union chair and ANC NEC member Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has indirectly urged the ANC not to use the fact that she is President Jacob Zuma’s ex-wife when the party elects its next president in December.

[News24Wire] Former African Union chair and ANC NEC member Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has indirectly urged the ANC not to use the fact that she is President Jacob Zuma's ex-wife when the party elects its next president in December.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Nkuwikorera’ Enhancing Service Delivery to Fast-Track National Transformation

[New Times] The service sector currently contributes 48% to national development which compares significantly against other sectors.The Second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS 2) has set citizens satisfaction towards quality o…

[New Times] The service sector currently contributes 48% to national development which compares significantly against other sectors.The Second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS 2) has set citizens satisfaction towards quality of services rendered to them at 85 % by 2018.However, the service delivery still lags behind all government indicators according to the Rwanda Governance Scoreboard 2016, scoring 72.93%.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

FIBA World Cup 2019 – Mugabe Optimistic Despite Tough Draw for Rwanda

[New Times] The national basketball team captain Aristide Mugabe is confident that Rwanda can reach the second round of the forthcoming FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 African qualifiers that are scheduled to start on November 20, 2017 and end February …

[New Times] The national basketball team captain Aristide Mugabe is confident that Rwanda can reach the second round of the forthcoming FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 African qualifiers that are scheduled to start on November 20, 2017 and end February 19, 2019.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Military Tribunal Stops Prosecution of Major Rugomwa’s Brother in Murder Trial

[New Times] The military tribunal on Tuesday ordered for the release of Mamerito Nsanzimfura, the brother to embattled Rwanda Defence Force officer, Major Aimable Rugomwa, with whom he faced murder charges.

[New Times] The military tribunal on Tuesday ordered for the release of Mamerito Nsanzimfura, the brother to embattled Rwanda Defence Force officer, Major Aimable Rugomwa, with whom he faced murder charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Commercial Bank of Africa to Acquire Crane Bank Rwanda

[New Times] Plans and procedures for acquisition of Crane Bank Rwanda by Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) are at an advanced stage with the deal expected to be completed in coming days.

[New Times] Plans and procedures for acquisition of Crane Bank Rwanda by Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) are at an advanced stage with the deal expected to be completed in coming days.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kitwe Priest Upset With Allegations of “Magic Money”

A New Apostolic Church priest in Kitwe is upset one of his elders has accused him of engaging in the use of black magic to enrich himself. Paul Likomeno file a complaint of defamation against Mubita Silumesi before the Buchi … Continued

The post Kitwe Priest Upset With Allegations of “Magic Money” appeared first on Zambia Reports.

A New Apostolic Church priest in Kitwe is upset one of his elders has accused him of engaging in the use of black magic to enrich himself. Paul Likomeno file a complaint of defamation against Mubita Silumesi before the Buchi Local Court. Likomeno alleged he had endured verbal abuse at the hands of Silumesi. He said Silumesi had also accused him of having had carnal knowledge of his mother. Magistrate Elita Bwalya could however not proceed with the matter but advised the two church leaders to iron out their differences amicably. In the Chingola local court, a woman told the court that she lost her two pairs of teeth due to severe beatings by her husband. Justina Kauseni, 27, has told the court to dissolve her marriage to Kennedy Sampa, 31,. Kauseni said the mariage had broken down following abusive and threatens threatening marriage. After hearing both parties, the court dissolved the marriage and ordered Sampa to compensate Kauseni with K 6000 to be paid in installments of K300 per month. The post Kitwe Priest Upset With Allegations of “Magic Money” appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Busingye Tips Senior Police Officers On Justice

[New Times] There is need to enforce justice in all circumstances to prevent people from taking the law in their own hands, the Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye said.

[New Times] There is need to enforce justice in all circumstances to prevent people from taking the law in their own hands, the Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Peat Power Plant to Add 80MW On National Grid

[New Times] A new peat power plant under construction is set to increase national energy production capacity by up to 40 per cent once works are complete, officials have said.

[New Times] A new peat power plant under construction is set to increase national energy production capacity by up to 40 per cent once works are complete, officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Try Getting a Scholarship or Bursary

[New Times] Paying school fees in time is ideal to every student because it allows one to concentrate on academics other than suffocating yourself with school fees payment worries. Unfortunately, because of the ever increasing financial obligations, so…

[New Times] Paying school fees in time is ideal to every student because it allows one to concentrate on academics other than suffocating yourself with school fees payment worries. Unfortunately, because of the ever increasing financial obligations, some parents cannot sustain timely fees payments which become a constant interruption to student learning. If you're struggling with paying school fees, there are considerable ways through which you can alleviate this problem to guarantee yourself a smooth learning and con

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda