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Leaders Asked to Cut Red Tape for Investors in Agriculture
[New Times]The government has reiterated its commitment to implement measures designed to spur growth in the agriculture sector by reducing bureaucracy and other barriers deterring potential investors.

Security Chiefs Upbeat On Standby Force
[New Times]The Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF) is on course to be operational by December, security chiefs from the greater eastern African region meeting in Kigali said yesterday.

Rape of Bodies, Rape of Resources, Rape of a Nation
[Fahamu]The situation in DRC illustrates the deficiency of global ethics, selfishness and the longstanding failure to value the lives of the African people. Tackling the DRC's impasse requires a comprehensive approach and involvement of national, regional, continental and international communities

Climb Every Mountain - Scaling Kilimanjaro for the Good of Rwandan Cricket
[Daily Maverick]Cricket has grown rapidly in Rwanda over the last few years, despite the country having very limited facilities. Construction on a dedicated cricket stadium is due to begin in October after years of fundraising. The final step to make the dream a reality is a World Record attempt to play cricket on top of Kilimanjaro.

Conflicting UN Figures On Rwandan Refugees in DR Congo
[News of Rwanda]A confidential report sent by MONUSCO to New York shows there is a total of 153,000 Rwandan refugees in DR Congo - contrary to figures released by the UN refugee agency UNHCR to the media. The secret document has been obtained exclusively by News of Rwanda.

CAF Set to Hear Amavubi Appeal On 27 August
[New Times]The Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) board of appeal has set August 27 as the date it will meet to hear Rwanda's appeal over its disqualification from the 2015 Orange Africa Cup of Nations-Morocco qualifiers.

New Initiatives to Enhance Dar Port Goods Handling
[New Times]Delays caused by inefficiencies at Dar es Salaam port will soon be eliminated as Tanzanian government embarks on new initiatives to ease the clearance of transit goods at the port, a top official has said.

Why SMEs Need to Register Innovations
[New Times]Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and innovators in general have been urged to register their ideas and products to safeguard them from pirates and other unscrupulous individuals.

Rwanda Appeal Hearing Set for Aug. 27
[CAF]The CAF Apeeal Board will meet on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 in Cairo, Egypt on the case by the Fédération Rwandaise de Football Association (FERWAFA) over their disqualification from the Orange Africa Cup of Nations - Morocco 2015 qualifiers.

New Maize Disease Worries Burera Farmers
[New Times]Farmers in Burera District are worried following a new crop disease that is slowly eating away their yields.

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