Ahead of Airtel Women’s day celebrations in Uganda, Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage has revealed the meaning of Eminado, from her hit song with Don Jazzy.
Somalia’s al-Shabab militants said they carried out a mortar attack on the presidential palace in the capital Mogadishu on Thursday, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.
Campbell is hoping to see more politicians from ethnic minorities, just as he is hopeful to see more black managers in the Football League
Five districts elected new mayors, yesterday, following by-elections that were held to fill the positions that have been vacant.
The 150kg pig had reportedly escaped from a local farm in search of food, It was found kneeling on its forelimbs at a temple in eastern China. The pig left the temple after a group of monks chanted a Buddhist scripture to it.
South Africa has launched an investigation into the leak of espionage secrets to an international television news channel and a British newspaper, the state security minister said Wednesday.
East African heads of State have proposed a ban on the importation of second hand-clothes and the reduction of used vehicles.
Arsenal are in danger of an embarrassing exit from the Champions League after Monaco romped to a stunning 3-1 win in the last 16 first leg at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.
Freedoms of expression and association in Rwanda continued to be unduly restricted by the authorities. Rwandans were unable to openly express critical views on issues perceived as sensitive by the authorities and the environment for journalists, human rights defenders and members of the opposition remained repressive. There were reports of unlawful detention by Rwandan military intelligence and past cases of torture were not investigated.
A man was yesterday evening fatally wounded after an attempt to disarm a police officer on duty ended in a bloody scuffle that left the man dead and the police officer seriously injured.
The new crowned Miss Rwanda Doriane Kundwa has hit back on news reports by Ugandan media claiming that she is Ugandan.
Rwanda is looking to make Israel boost her potential in Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector, says a top official of the country’s ministry of youth and ICT.
Raymond Domenech , Former France Coach Tops The List of 39 Coaches Applying For Amavubi Job - Complete List
39 Internatinal coaches have been shortlisted for the national football team (Amavubi) managing job. The Rwanda Football Federation (Ferwafa) technical staff said they are going to review each coach’s profile and make sure they select a deserving national team coach.
Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke says the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations will be postponed from January to June to help move the 2022 World Cup.
An HIV prevention pill taken by gay men before and after sex reduced the risk of virus transmission by 86 percent, according to the results of a clinical trial released Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s acceptance of an invitation to address the US Congress, without the blessing of the White House, is destructive to US-Israeli ties, a senior official said.
President Yoweri Museveni is expected in Kigali Rwanda early next month, where he will join his Rwandese counterpart HE Paul Kagame at a fundraising ceremony for construction of another Ntare School in Rwanda.
The Uganda Peoples` Defense Force [UPDF] wants a special staggering Shs 484,500,000,000 to purchase an assortment of classified military offensive and defensive equipment before this financial year of 2014/2015 ends.
DRC government spokesman, Lambert Mende said yesterday that the Congolese army has apprehended and disarmed forty FDLR fighters in the eastern Congo where a wide disarmament operation has been underway for several days without the participation of MONUSCO (United Nations Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo).
All right, it might not start until 2016, these things can be awfully hard to predict exactly. However, surprising as it may seem, one way or another the end of ISIS is in sight, and it’s all resting securely in the hands of Jesus, peace be upon him.
President Paul Kagame yesterday appointed Julienne Uwacu as the Minister for Sports and Culture, replacing Joseph Habineza.
Militants in the town of Baga in Nigeria tried to claim they were females, They wore women’s clothing but refused to shave their thick jihadi beards. Nigerian security officials discovered the cross-dressing terrorists while liberating the town of Baga yesterday.
Although Thierry Henry has expressed admiration for Cristiano Ronaldo, he said Lionel Messi is the better player, reports Goal.com.
Heavy weapons and machine guns were roaring this Tuesday, February 24th from early morning in the villages of Ruvuye Mulindi in Uvira (South Kivu).
Zari might be in Zanzibar having a good time with Diamond Platnumz but back home in Uganda, she’s among the most wanted women by the authority.
The numerical strength of the Lord’s Resistance Army-LRA has progressively declined from 250 active combatants to 165 active male fighters, a new report from Invisible children and ‘The Resolve LRA Initiative’ points out.
Russia’s main defense contractor Rostec has offered Iran its latest Antey-2500 anti-aircraft missiles. A 2010 UN resolution bans the delivery of such missile systems to Iran.
Safi is reportedly hooking up with a new girlfriend named Parfine Umutesi. It is Said the Rwandan Music Diva is looking forward to marry Umutesi. The two lovebirds known each other when Safi’s crew Urban Boyz were on Tour in Europe.
Chris Brown has something to say about the idea of his ex-girlfriend Rihanna cozying up to actor Leonardo DiCaprio.
POLICE have issued a one-week ultimatum to singer Desire Luzinda to sort out her financial issues with a Cavendish University lecturer over a shs24m debt, as the probe into the passport scam involving her former Nigerian boyfriend intensifies.
North Korea leader urges Army To Be “Fully Prepared” For War Ahead Of US-South Korea Military Exercises
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has urged the army to ensure its combat readiness ahead of US-South Korea military exercises that see an annual spike in tensions on the divided peninsula.
President Paul Kagame will be in Paris on Friday.His last official visit in France dates back to September 2011. No meeting is currently scheduled with the French authorities.
“Welcome to the pride of every farmer in this province,” said Angelique Karekezi during my first trip to Rwanda in 2005. She was 25 at the time, and I recall my visit as if it were yesterday. We had traveled on back roads all morning, finally winding up at a coffee washing station owned and operated by Koakaka Cooperative, a farmer business that Angelique managed.
PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has asked judges to sentence murderers to death.
The African Union on Monday urged the Congolese government to accept help from U.N. forces to defeat rebels in the country’s east, after a row over human rights derailed plans for joint operations.
In a new video, Somalia-based terror group al-Shabab has threatened Western shopping centers including one of the largest malls in the the US. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is taking the threat "seriously."
Germany Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said his country should change its view of Africa, and hinted that Kenya and Rwanda could be Germany’s focus. Steinmeier has just ended a four-day trip to the region.
Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) is conducting a relief in place operation for the RDF 1 Infantry Battalion serving under United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
One person died on the spot while three others suffered severe injuries in an accident on Musanze-Kigali highway today morning.
In Randy Shilts’ history of AIDS, “And the Band Played On,” he tells the story of an Air Canada steward named Gaëtan Dugas, who suffered from what Dugas called “gay cancer” and infected 40 people or more with HIV.