Concerns Raised Over Standards and Merit of Colleges in Rwanda

[East African] A recent audit of tertiary education in Rwanda has raised concern about its quality and an increase in questionable academic programmes even as private institutions grow in number.The audit, which was used as the basis for suspending fou…

[East African] A recent audit of tertiary education in Rwanda has raised concern about its quality and an increase in questionable academic programmes even as private institutions grow in number.The audit, which was used as the basis for suspending four private institutions and a number of academic programmes in six other universities, also raised concern about the qualifications and competence of the academic staff in the institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Bank of Kigali Launches IT Solutions Firm

[East African] Bank of Kigali has launched BK TecHouse, a technology solutions company, reinforcing the listed lender’s diversification drive as it seeks to spread risks and tap into new income lines.

[East African] Bank of Kigali has launched BK TecHouse, a technology solutions company, reinforcing the listed lender's diversification drive as it seeks to spread risks and tap into new income lines.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Top Finance Ministry Officials Arrested Over Bribe Claims

[East African] President Yoweri Museveni took to twitter Tuesday afternoon to announce the arrests of two senior officials at the Ministry of Finance for allegedly taking bribes from investors.

[East African] President Yoweri Museveni took to twitter Tuesday afternoon to announce the arrests of two senior officials at the Ministry of Finance for allegedly taking bribes from investors.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Bunge Committees Breathe Fire

[Daily News] Dodoma -MEMBERS of the Parliamentary Committee on Energy and Minerals yesterday complained over slow implementation of the rural electrification drive despite legislators’ approval of budget for the undertaking.

[Daily News] Dodoma -MEMBERS of the Parliamentary Committee on Energy and Minerals yesterday complained over slow implementation of the rural electrification drive despite legislators' approval of budget for the undertaking.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Letter From America – the Future of Country’s Education (3)

[Financial Gazette] IN this letter, I want to kindly bring the attention of Brother Lazarus Dokora and the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to the tragedies that are daily occurring in the United States because of certain progressive ideas n…

[Financial Gazette] IN this letter, I want to kindly bring the attention of Brother Lazarus Dokora and the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to the tragedies that are daily occurring in the United States because of certain progressive ideas now embedded in their education.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Foreign Firms Eye Ferrochrome Producer

[Financial Gazette] TWO foreign firms from South Africa and India are eyeing a significant stake in the country’s second largest ferrochrome producer, Zimbabwe Alloys (ZimAlloys).

[Financial Gazette] TWO foreign firms from South Africa and India are eyeing a significant stake in the country's second largest ferrochrome producer, Zimbabwe Alloys (ZimAlloys).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ahmed Kathrada – a Simple Life Full of Love After 26 Years of Incarceration

[The Conversation Africa] Ahmed Kathrada, one of South Africa’s preeminent struggle stalwarts who has died at the age of 87, was best known to many as Kathy or Uncle Kathy. He was a most unassuming man. Shy and non-imposing, he would walk through his n…

[The Conversation Africa] Ahmed Kathrada, one of South Africa's preeminent struggle stalwarts who has died at the age of 87, was best known to many as Kathy or Uncle Kathy. He was a most unassuming man. Shy and non-imposing, he would walk through his neighbourhood and if approached it would be like meeting an old family friend. He was warm and gentle, always leaving you with a smile. That's how I came to know and love him.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President Rejects Calls to Resign, Ready to ‘Fight Fire With Fire’

[Nyasa Times] Malawian President Peter Mutharika has hit back at the erstwhile ruling People’s Party (PP) that threatened to remove him from power through massive protests if he does not resign within 30 days, branding the call as baseless.

[Nyasa Times] Malawian President Peter Mutharika has hit back at the erstwhile ruling People's Party (PP) that threatened to remove him from power through massive protests if he does not resign within 30 days, branding the call as baseless.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi