Buhari Celebrates With Troops, Charges Them Not to Falter

[Daily Trust] Maiduguri -President Muhammadu Buhari has charged the Nigerian military and other security forces not to falter in their loyalty and commitment to fighting for the continued existence of the country.

[Daily Trust] Maiduguri -President Muhammadu Buhari has charged the Nigerian military and other security forces not to falter in their loyalty and commitment to fighting for the continued existence of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Safi Gets Hitched

[New Times] Urban Boys’ lead man Safi ‘Madiba’ Niyibikora on Sunday exchanged vows with his lover Judith Niyonizera in a civil marriage which took place at Remera Sector.

[New Times] Urban Boys' lead man Safi 'Madiba' Niyibikora on Sunday exchanged vows with his lover Judith Niyonizera in a civil marriage which took place at Remera Sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwanda Revenue Authority Launches Taxpayers’ Day in Western Province – Rubavu

[New Times] Fifteen taxpayers in Rubavu district walked away with awards after Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) appreciated their compliance with paying taxes at the launch of this year’s “Taxpayers Appreciation Day (TAD).

[New Times] Fifteen taxpayers in Rubavu district walked away with awards after Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) appreciated their compliance with paying taxes at the launch of this year's "Taxpayers Appreciation Day (TAD).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

RRA Certifies 22 Local Firms With Special Customs Status

[New Times] A total of 22 companies have been certified with a special customs status, Authorised Economic Operators (AEOs), to facilitate faster audits on port or customs house as well as reduce clearance time during cross-border customs clearance.

[New Times] A total of 22 companies have been certified with a special customs status, Authorised Economic Operators (AEOs), to facilitate faster audits on port or customs house as well as reduce clearance time during cross-border customs clearance.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Leave Moyo Alone, VP Mphoko Tells Anti-Graft Body

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Anti-corruption Commission (ZACC) is “corrupt” and useless and will not achieve its set goals and purpose because its solitary aim is to pursue professor Jonathan Moyo while ignoring clear cases of corruption by certain indi…

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Anti-corruption Commission (ZACC) is "corrupt" and useless and will not achieve its set goals and purpose because its solitary aim is to pursue professor Jonathan Moyo while ignoring clear cases of corruption by certain individuals, says Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

ExQ Shines At Shoko Festival

[The Herald] They just don’t call him ‘Musalala’ for nothing. Urban groover Enock Munhenga, better known by the moniker ExQ, put up polished at Shoko festival held at the Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences.

[The Herald] They just don't call him 'Musalala' for nothing. Urban groover Enock Munhenga, better known by the moniker ExQ, put up polished at Shoko festival held at the Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Meet Kigali’s Youngest Artists, Bringing Life to Visual Art

[New Times] Simple tools like charcoal, granite pencils, and ball pens, when put right in their hands can produce incredible results of portraits that seem so real than any black-and-white photograph could.

[New Times] Simple tools like charcoal, granite pencils, and ball pens, when put right in their hands can produce incredible results of portraits that seem so real than any black-and-white photograph could.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Why ‘Stolen’ Artifacts Cannot Be Returned Now, By U.S. Representatives

[Guardian] Benin City -Hopes of Europe and America returning thousands of artifacts stolen from Africa to their places of origin deemed yesterday as it was revealed that rather than return them, they were being used to market African history and cultur…

[Guardian] Benin City -Hopes of Europe and America returning thousands of artifacts stolen from Africa to their places of origin deemed yesterday as it was revealed that rather than return them, they were being used to market African history and culture abroad.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Leopards Are Facing Dire Financial Straits

[Nation] AFC Leopards have admitted that they are going bankrupt and unless fans and well-wishers come to their aid, operations of the 13-time league champions may ground to a halt.

[Nation] AFC Leopards have admitted that they are going bankrupt and unless fans and well-wishers come to their aid, operations of the 13-time league champions may ground to a halt.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya