October 01

  • Cameroon: Dead Baby Found in Yaounde Trash Can

    Cameroon Tribune

    The lifeless body of a six-month-old baby girl was found in a trash can at the Ceper Junction at the Elig-Essono neighbourhood on the night of Thursday breaking Friday September... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Is Collaborative Learning Effective? [opinion]

    New Times

    "Copying is cheating in school; in business it is collaboration" says Sir Ken Robinson, British educator extraordinaire. Learning from one another should be participatory,... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Morning Prep Shenanigans

    New Times

    It wasn't long after Mrs. Kusiima started her work as our new headmistress that she despaired of what we had done to the school. She had studied in the same school 30 years before... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rayon Start Hunt for New Coach

    New Times

    AFTER BELGIAN Jean Francois Losciuto abandoned Rayon Sports for ASFA-Yennenga of Burkinafaso, the Nyanza-based club has started a search for a new head coach. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Bitok to Name U23 V-Ball National Team On Friday

    New Times

    THE U23 VOLLEYBALL national team head coach Paul Bitok is expected to name his provisional squad on Friday which will enter camp for the African U23 world championship qualifiers... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Mindset, Wealth and President Kagame's Legacy [opinion]

    New Times

    Denis Moye, a distinctive English gentleman who in addition to a Land Rover also owned an old cream Morris Minor - an iconic car for the British - was my colleague at Nairobi High... Read more »

  • Rwanda: MTN Qhubeka Extends Niyonshuti's Contract

    New Times

    RWANDAN PROFESSIONALcyclist Adrien Niyonshuti has extended his contract with Team MTN-Qhubeka of South Africa Samsung ahead of the 2015 season. Read more »

  • Rwanda: APR Halt Police's Unbeaten Run

    New Times

    APR HANDBALL CLUB ended Police's months-old unbeaten record as they defeated the cops side by a ten-point margin over the weekend at Kimisagara Youth Sports Centre. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Students Urged to Love Their Culture

    New Times

    Rwandan youth have been urged to love and promote their culture. The call was made by Alphonse Umulisa, the director general of the National Institute of Museums in Rwanda, during... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Meet Rwanda's Big Brother Hotshots Housemates

    New Times

    The long wait is over. Frankie Rukundo and Arthur Nkusi are Rwanda's representatives in the ninth season of the biggest reality TV Show dubbed, Big Brother HotShots. The show... Read more »

  • Rwanda: The Earlier You Open Up the Better [opinion]

    New Times

    Before you think of any strategies to change your classmates' perception about you, it's imperative that you first harmonise your own attitude and perception about them. Ideally,... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Pride and Prejudice

    New Times

    Book title: Pride & Prejudice Read more »

  • Rwanda: What Do You Think About Circumcision?

    New Times

    There are so many campaigns going on in Rwanda and beyond, appealing to boys and men to get circumcised. A number of reasons explaining the importance of the surgery are given but... Read more »

  • Rwanda: A Waste of Money - Universities Are Cheating Both Students and Teachers [opinion]

    New Times

    There is a universally held opinion among Rwandan employers that university graduates are half-baked and totally unprepared to compete in the labour market. And as someone who has... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Ruterana Shuns KCB Tour, Opts for Entebbe JBG Golf Tourney

    New Times

    PROFESSIONAL GOLFER Emmanuel Ruterana has ruled out taking part in the KCB Golf Tour Series final and instead opted to compete at the 17th JBG Golf Tournament set to tee off on... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Why We Dedicate October to the Fight Against Breast Cancer [opinion]

    New Times

    October is breast cancer awareness month. It is marked by global campaign to increase awareness of this disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention,... Read more »

  • Angola: Entrepreneur Worried About Exploration of Gravel Without Environmental Rules

    ANGOP

    The vice chairman of the League of Angolan Entrepreneurs and Executives (Prestigio), Antero Miranda, said last Tuesday in Luanda that the exploration of gravel throughout the... Read more »



September 30

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