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What Tanzanians think about reports pinning their country on FDLR Militia

What Tanzanians think about reports pinning their country on FDLR Militia

It is always a grace for a country to have deceitful leader. My country Tanzania has always maintained the face of a peaceful and friendly country on the continent. This long enviable history, however, started to suffer when Jakaya Kikwete assumed presidency. Abdul Kanoti Says

28/01/2015 Saa 09:03:12
Kiir's Army ready for Combat Action Against Machar

Kiir’s Army ready for Combat Action Against Machar

South Sudan leader Gen Salva Kiir has directed all commanders of elite army units of SPLA to prepare for a “protracted” and “decisive” war against the rebels of Dr Riek Machar, saying his Vice President is not ready to honour peace agreements.

27/01/2015 Saa 14:57:22
Col. Byabagamba, Rusagara trial adjourned for the accused's medical attention

Col. Byabagamba, Rusagara trial adjourned for the accused’s medical attention

The Military High Court yesterday started hearing in substance the case involving Col. Tom Byabagamba, Brig. Gen. Frank Rusagara and (rtd) Sergeant François Kabayiza who are charged with several counts, some jointly, others individual.

27/01/2015 Saa 14:48:02
INSIGHT: Why is Boko Haram so strong?

INSIGHT: Why is Boko Haram so strong?

Nigeria’s militant Islamist group Boko Haram is waging the most brutal insurgency in Africa. It has seized vast amounts of territory, threatening Nigeria’s territorial integrity and opening a new frontier by targeting neighbouring Cameroon. Officials estimate that some three million people are affected by the humanitarian crisis caused by the five-year insurgency in the north-east.

27/01/2015 Saa 10:53:43
Labor: Nearly half of Masters degree holders don't earn the merit of their education

Labor: Nearly half of Masters degree holders don’t earn the merit of their education

At least 45 per cent of master degree holders are underemployed, results of a survey on graduates’ competences and employment, which was commissioned by the Higher Education Council, show.

27/01/2015 Saa 09:52:08
Nyagatare: Man arrested over medicine Smuggling

Nyagatare: Man arrested over medicine Smuggling

Pharmaceutical products, including 40 cartons of Coartem and 3, 000 tablets of Bactrim, were yesterday intercepted in Nyagatare District as they were being smuggled from Uganda.

27/01/2015 Saa 09:17:03
Rwandans join Israelites to commemorate The Jewish Holocaust Day

Rwandans join Israelites to commemorate The Jewish Holocaust Day

Rwandans, diplomats and Israel residents from around the region yesterday gathered at Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Gisozi to commemorate the Holocaust that affected people of Jewish origin during the Second World War.

27/01/2015 Saa 08:44:24
Museveni Tent Survives wind strike at Bogoma grounds

Museveni Tent Survives wind strike at Bogoma grounds

A very strange incident occurred at the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Victory Day celebrations at Boma grounds in Soroti on Monday, sparking superstitious insinuations.

27/01/2015 Saa 08:23:54
Five arrested over corruption and drugs dealing

Five arrested over corruption and drugs dealing

The Rwanda National Police’s ongoing fight against corruption and drug abuse in the country continued to yield results with the arrest of five people, separately, during the weekend in a crackdown mounted from Friday.

26/01/2015 Saa 12:40:27
Central African Republic minister kidnapped by armed men

Central African Republic minister kidnapped by armed men

Armed men on Sunday kidnapped the Central African Republic minister for sports and former rebel chief Armel Ningatoloum Sayo as he returned from church in the capital Bangui, his wife said.

26/01/2015 Saa 12:21:35
Terror brings France and Belgium to follow Kagame's lead

Terror brings France and Belgium to follow Kagame’s lead

Recent terrorist attacks in Europe have catalysed responses that would probably have invited torrents of criticism from Western governments and rights activists had they occurred in countries with governments they routinely chastised for human-rights abuses, even when they too are responding to developments they have identified as constituting threats to their national security.

26/01/2015 Saa 12:05:26
1984: Mande, Kagame, Saleh won the battle for Ugandans' freedom

1984: Mande, Kagame, Saleh won the battle for Ugandans’ freedom

January 26, 1986 marked the end of a five-year bloody armed struggle that catapulted Yoweri Museveni, the battle-hardened leader of the National Resistance Army (NRA), to Uganda’s highest political office.

26/01/2015 Saa 09:09:47
Burundian journalists under threats as elections nears

Burundian journalists under threats as elections nears

Burundian authorities arrested Bob Rugurika, director of Radio publique africaine (RPA), days after his radio station broadcast a series of investigative reports into the September 2014 murder of three elderly Italian nuns in the country.

24/01/2015 Saa 16:21:58
UN alarmed by excessive use of force by Kabila's security forces

UN alarmed by excessive use of force by Kabila’s security forces

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Friday evening called for probe over excessive use of force by security officers against demonstrators in Democratic Republic of the Congo cities, Kinshasa and Goma, and called for “a thorough and independent investigation” into the matter.

24/01/2015 Saa 16:10:16
Working with Rwanda Tribunal, a formative experience that steps up Loretta Lynch to the Attorney General nomination

Working with Rwanda Tribunal, a formative experience that steps up Loretta Lynch to the Attorney General nomination

Loretta Lynch was nominated by Obama for the US Attorney general, a success that she believes was due to the experience she gained during her African sojourn mostly when she served as a volunteer legal advisor to the International Criminal Tribunal in Rwanda.

24/01/2015 Saa 12:53:46
Rwandan police officers sentenced to emprisonment over anti-corruption activist murder

Rwandan police officers sentenced to emprisonment over anti-corruption activist murder

Two Rwandan police officers have been jailed for 20 years for murdering Gustave Makonene, a former Transparency International Rwanda employee that was investigating cross-border mineral smuggling.

24/01/2015 Saa 11:27:03
World leaders pay tribute to late King Abdallah

World leaders pay tribute to late King Abdallah

After the death of Saudi Arabi ’s King Abdallah on Friday, world leaders are landing in Riyadh this saturday to attend the funeral.

24/01/2015 Saa 10:17:38

"The way forward depends on sidestepping" Says President Kagame at Davos World Economic Forum

Hundreds of business leaders and representatives of governments and organisations have attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland .

24/01/2015 Saa 09:43:44
Congo protests enter third day, rights group says 42 dead

Congo protests enter third day, rights group says 42 dead

KINSHASA (Reuters) - At least 42 people have been killed in three days of protests in Democratic Republic of Congo over a proposed legal reform the opposition says would keep President Joseph Kabila in power for years, a rights group said, three times the official estimate.

21/01/2015 Saa 20:08:15
Kenyan officials condemn use of tear gas at children's protest

Kenyan officials condemn use of tear gas at children’s protest

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan officials on Tuesday rushed to condemn the use of teargas against children at a Nairobi primary school who were protesting at the loss of their playground.

21/01/2015 Saa 19:30:08
Pope Francis confirms trip to Uganda and CAR this year

Pope Francis confirms trip to Uganda and CAR this year

Pope Francis has confirmed reports of his much anticipated visit to Africa particularly Uganda and the Central African Republic by the end of this year.

20/01/2015 Saa 20:00:24
Mystery over ICC witness Meshack Yebei as police claim body is not his

Mystery over ICC witness Meshack Yebei as police claim body is not his

That is the critical question after police on Wednesday said fingerprint tests indicated that the body of a man believed to be International Criminal Court witness Meshack Yebei could actually be a different person.

14/01/2015 Saa 16:22:43
Police probe RwandAir Staff over Ticket Theft

Police probe RwandAir Staff over Ticket Theft

RwandAir the national flag carrier of the Republic of Rwanda has informed that the airline in cooperation with the National Police of Rwanda is investigating a suspected case of theft that involves RwandAir staff and an industry partner who worked together in putting up an illegal network in processing online ticket sales as well as funds collection which is valued at approximately 30,000USD.

13/01/2015 Saa 12:42:49
Ugandan president removes prime minister and former ally Mbabazi

Ugandan president removes prime minister and former ally Mbabazi

KAMPALA, Sept 19 (Reuters) – Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has replaced Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, the government said in a statement on Friday, removing a former ally who some analysts had seen as a potential future contender for the top job.

14/09/2014 Saa 08:39:47
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