Day: February 20, 2019

East Africa: EAC, Germany Sign U.S.$35 Million Deal to Support Integration

By Julius BizimunguGermany has given the East African Community (EAC) a grant of $35 million (about Rwf40 billion)...

Kenya: It’s Ping-Pong Between Nurses and State As Poor Die

Photo: Daily Nation A shooting victim in Mandera being prepared ready for the long journey to Nairobi for...

Kenya’s Kipchoge, Wenger, Djokovic win big at 2019 Laureus awards

World marathon record holder, Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge, former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and tennis star Novak Djokovic were...

Daraba: Healthy Stew From Chad

Image: Taste AtlasOriginal article published at TasteAtlas.Simple, healthy, and inexpensive, daraba is a Chadian stew made with chopped okra,...

EOH founders quit in board shake-up as scrutiny intensifies

EOH Holdings said two of its founders resigned in a board shake-up as CEO Stephen van Coller races...

South Africa: 8 Debutants for Proteas in First Youth Test

Cape Town — The South Africa U-19s selected eight new caps for their opening Youth Test match against...

South Africa: Makhanda Water Crisis – Fresh Hope As Gift of the Givers Strikes Water

Makana municipality in the Eastern Cape has declared all its water, except in Riebeek East, free from E....

Inspire Africa launches innovative STEAM program for SA schoolsIT News Africa – Up to date technology news, IT news, Digital news, Telecom news, Mobile news, Gadgets news, Analysis and Reports

February 20, 2019 • Education, Southern Africa Inspire Africa launches innovative STEAM program for SA schools Inspire S.T.E.A.M....

Solid and smart Bayern hold Liverpool at Anfield

LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Bayern Munich showed all their Champions League experience and quality organisation as they held...

Rwanda: Nurses, Midwives Accused of Using Forged Licenses

By Emmanuel NtirenganyaThe medical advice one gets from some health centres and hospitals could be unreliable after it...

England enter dragon’s den in potential Six Nations decider

LONDON(Reuters) - Everyone else in rugby enjoys an England defeat for a variety of historical reasons but the...

South Africa: SA Christian Body Calls Attacks On Bushiri’s Church ‘Highest Level of Witchcraft

Photo: SABC/Youtube Prophet Bushiri appears before CRL hearings (file photo). By Chomi KhumaloThe Christians of South Africa (Cosa)...

Uganda: Government Seeks to Create 10,000 Jobs From Shs5.5b Handicrafts Deal

By Isamil Musa LaduKampala — Over the next four years, government will seek to create at least 10,000...

Uganda: Primary Schools Yet to Conduct Lessons As Pupils Stay Away

By Jessica NabukenyaMityana — Three weeks into the new academic term, some primary schools in rural sub-counties in...

Tearful Osaka stunned by Mladenovic in Dubai

(Reuters) - A tearful Naomi Osaka said she was struggling with the attention of being the world’s top-ranked...

Uganda: What’s Driving Child Kidnaps, Murders?

By Joseph KatoKampala — Three children were kidnapped and killed between Friday and Sunday last week in Kampala...

Uganda: MPs Query Inflated Lubowa Hospital Loan

By Moses KyeyuneParliament — Lawmakers on Parliament's Committee on National Economy yesterday questioned two ministers over what they...

Uganda: Kabarole Leaders Grapple With Malnutrition

By Alex AshabaKabarole — Authorities in Kabarole District are grappling with rampant cases of malnutrition among children. Mr...

Uganda: Top NRM Organ Endorses Museveni for 2021 Polls

By Solomon ArinaitweKampala — The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party's top most organ, the Central Executive Committee...

Uganda: Project Boosts Farmers’ Productivity By 70 Per Cent

By Christine KasemiireKampala — Access to timely weather information, insurance cover and input loan has increased farmers output...

Uganda: Secondary Schools Fail to Teach Vocational Studies

By Tausi NakatoJINJA/BUIKWE. Despite a 2017 government proclamation to enforce Business, Technical and Vocational Education and Training skills...

Uganda: Fire Guts Gulu Cooking Oil Factory

By Julius OcungiFire on Tuesday night gutted Loius enterprise, a cooking oil processing factory in Gulu Municipality and...

Uganda: Stage Names Are for Fake People – Alex Mukulu

interview By Justus LyatuuAlex Mukulu is one of Uganda's most respected and eccentric actors, playwrights and singers, although...

Zimbabwe: New Law Compels President to Report Army Deployments to Parliament

New amendments to the Public Order and Security Act (POSA) will compel the President to inform parliament on...

Kenya: Activist’s Death in Botched Abortion Spotlights ‘Killer’ Backstreet Clinics

By Nita BhallaThe death of a Kenyan activist due a botched abortion spotlights how thousands of pregnant women...

Nigeria: Kogi Governor Raises Alarm Over Fake News

The Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, has said his government respects all the people of the state. He...

Kenya: Joy to the Odinga Family as Rosemary’s Eyesight Improves

By Rushdie OudiaThe Odinga family can breathe easy after Rosemary Odinga showed significant recovery from partial blindness at...

Zimbabwe: People Living With HIV Demand HIV+ New Nac Boss

By Robert TapfumaneyiPeople living with HIV want the vacant National Aids Council (NAC) chief executive officer's job to...

Africa: Armed Thugs Kill Somali National in South Africa

Armed South African thugs have killed a Somali national, the latest in a string of xenophobic attacks against...

Zimbabwe: Witness in Chikore’s Trial Shamed As Inspection Done At Zim Airways Offices

Photo: The Herald Former president Robert Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore. A witness testifying in former President Robert Mugabe's...

War of words escalates in Nigeria as vote looms

By AFPMore by this Author Nigeria's main opposition on Tuesday accused President Muhammadu Buhari of paying "lip service"...

Zimbabwe: Chisora Calls Out Joseph Parker Ahead of Comeback Fight

Zimbabwe-born British heavyweight Dereck Chisora has called out New Zealander Joseph Parker for "war" ahead of their likely...

Nigeria: AfCFTA Awaits Four More Ratifications to Become Effective

By Femi AdekoyaSouth Africa has deposited its instruments on the ratification of the African Free Continental Trade Area...

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Visits Kwekwe Farm, Ignores Nearby Mine Disaster Scene

Photo: New Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa (file photo). By Leopold MunhendePresident Emmerson Mnangagwa had time to visit his...

Kenya: What Next for 10,000 University Students in ‘Bogus’ Degree Programmes?

analysis By Ouma WanzalaUniversity education regulator has assured students in higher learning institutions that it is working with...

South Africa: Cape Town’s Greatest Challenge Is to Unite Itself

opinion Cape Town's inequality is often the first thing people notice. The drive from the airport takes you...

Africa: Mali Doesn’t Want to Miss the Digital Revolution – One of Africa’s Poorest Start-Up Markets Wants to Up Its Game

Photo: Govt of Mali Minister of Communication and Economy, Arouna Modibo Touré threw his weight behind a start-up...

Angola: An Anguished Cry for Justice in Angola

Photo: Maka Angola The family of a man tortured to death by Angolan police have petitioned President João...

Kenya: Novak Djokovic Beats Eliud Kipchoge to the World Sportsman of the Year Award

The IAAF's World Male Athlete of the Year Eliud Kipchoge has been recognised at the Laureus Awards in...

South Africa: ‘I Want All My Rapists to Be Arrested’

Photo: Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik/GroundUp “I love my daughter and I hope that as time goes I will accept her...