Rwanda is expected to establish a centre of excellence that will help the country in advancing its handling and protection of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats.
As the country experiences both...[more]
AU SUMMIT WAS VERY PRODUCTIVE, GOVERNMENT SAYS.
By: Athan Tashobya From AGENDA of the 27th Ordinary Session of the African Union and how Heads of State and Government and other delegates engaged, to organisation and service provision, down to how Rwandans, particularly city...[more]
AU ACADEMY TO FOSTER LEADERSHIP SKILLS
The newly launched African Union Leadership Academy (AULA) is expected to train African leaders in leadership skills in order to support the implementation of African Union strategic priorities and aspirations, according to Amine...[more]
AFRICAN LEADERS URGED TO BACK YOUTH FUND
The Pan-African Youth Union has called on African governments to support the establishment of Africa Youth Fund. Francine Muyumba, the president of the Pan-African Youth Union, said the fund would be vital in not only addressing...[more]