2012-03-05 08:14:53Amuneke - Eaglets Will Be Ready for Niger[Daily Trust]
Golden Eaglets' Assistant Coach 1, Emmanuel Amuneke (MON) has said here that the national U-17 team would be at the ready to take on Niger in the First Round fixture of the 10th African U-17 Championship to be held in Morocco in 2013.
Monday, 03-10-14, 9:00South Africa to Rwanda - Don't Touch Us On Our Sovereignty![Daily Maverick]Rwanda and South Africa are still on speaking terms, but only barely - and if Dirco gets its way even this tenuous relationship will be terminated in the next few days. South Africa, finally, has had enough of Rwanda doing its dirty business on South African soil and has expelled three diplomats, with the ambassador to follow shortly. It's a bold move, but have we thought it through?
Monday, 03-10-14, 8:55What's Beneath Miniskirt Ban?[RNW Africa]Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni late last month signed into law the anti-pornography bill that, among other things, criminalizes what it describes as "indecent show". After its enactment, reports came of women being undressed by men on the streets of Kampala. Our correspondent heard what women there think is beneath the so-called miniskirt ban.
Monday, 03-10-14, 8:53Leaders Want Squatters Out[The Star]LEADERS in Narok County have threatened to spearhead the Maasai community in evicting settlers from Mau forest if the government fail to evict them.
Monday, 03-10-14, 8:41Governor Kingi Takes Pay Cut to Fund Women's Projects in Kilifi[The Star]KILIFI Governor Amason Kingi has slashed his salary by 10 per cent. He said the cut will be diverted to development projects in the county. Kingi said the amount will specifically be used in supporting women's projects in Kilifi.
Monday, 03-10-14, 8:33Cut Off Uganda Military Aid to South Sudan's Kiir[The Star]Despite the IGAD led mediation talks held recently in Addis Ababa, South Sudan's political future looks disturbingly uncertain. In the face of the signing of a ceasefire, fighting continues in three of the most volatile and strategic states. International Crisis Group and the United Nation estimates the violence has claimed at least 10,000 civilians and left more than 800,000 citizens displaced since the chaos began in mid-December.