Nigeria Vs. South Africa – the Heirs of Rhodes and Lugard

[Guardian] Nigeria and South Africa account for about a third of Africa’s economy. While Nigeria is the continent’s largest economy, South Africa is its most industrialised state. Both account respectively for over 60% of their sub-regional economies, …

[Guardian] Nigeria and South Africa account for about a third of Africa's economy. While Nigeria is the continent's largest economy, South Africa is its most industrialised state. Both account respectively for over 60% of their sub-regional economies, and the success of regional integration in West and Southern Africa depends heavily on the vision and leadership of both countries. To understand this indispensable relationship, it is important to historicise this debate on Africa's two regional hegemons.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Rwandans Honour National Heroes

[New Times] Rwandans yesterday marked Heroes’ Day, with celebrations organized at the grassroots across the country, held under the theme; “Upholding Heroism to Build the Rwanda We Want”.

[New Times] Rwandans yesterday marked Heroes' Day, with celebrations organized at the grassroots across the country, held under the theme; "Upholding Heroism to Build the Rwanda We Want".

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

How Three Wanted NTV Journalists Escaped Arrest By Plainclothes Police Officers

[Nairobi News] Three NTV journalists spent Wednesday night at the Nation Media Group headquarters at Nation Center to avoid arrest by plainclothes police officers who had surrounded the building waiting for them.

[Nairobi News] Three NTV journalists spent Wednesday night at the Nation Media Group headquarters at Nation Center to avoid arrest by plainclothes police officers who had surrounded the building waiting for them.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rusizi, Gicumbi to Get 3000-Seater Stadiums

[New Times] Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) has signed a partnership with the Federation Royal Marocaine de Football (FRMF) to construct 3000-seater stadiums in Rusizi and Gicumbi districts-the project will begin in April.

[New Times] Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) has signed a partnership with the Federation Royal Marocaine de Football (FRMF) to construct 3000-seater stadiums in Rusizi and Gicumbi districts-the project will begin in April.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda