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Tanzania vs Rwanda Live Streaming of T20I series match: Here you can get all the details as to when, where and how to watch the T20I match between Tanzania and Rwanda

Tanzania will clash against Rwanda in the third match of the T20I series on Thursday. The match is slated to begin at 11:30 am IST and will take place at the Dar es Salaam stadium. Tanzania have secured the first two matches of the series and will be eyeing to complete a whitewash.

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Rwanda haven’t batted well in the series. Their batters have not occupied the series for long and have failed to string partnerships. 109 and 83 were the scores that they managed in their first two games. Having lost the series already, they’ll be looking to salvage a win and end the series on a high.

Tanzania have looked like a pretty balanced side. They will be hoping to put up a strong performance and finish the series as invincible. Abhik Patwa, Salum Ally, and Jitin Singh have been the best players for the side.

 

The T20I series match between Tanzania and Rwanda will be streamed live on FanCode.

Tanzania vs Rwanda Possible XIs

Tanzania Predicted Line-up: Amal Rajeevan (wk), Abhik Patwa, Salum Ally, Jitin Singh, Kassimu Nassoro, Akhil Anil, Johnson Nyambo, Sanjay Kumar Thakor, Harsheed Chohan, Ally Kimote, Mohamed Yunusu Issa Sefu

Rwanda Predicted Line-up: Didier Ndikubwimana (wk), Emmanuel Sebareme, Orchide Tuyisenge, Eric Dusingizimana, Martin Akayezu, Ignace Ntirenganya, Jean Baptiste Hakizimana, Aime Mucyodusenge, Kevin Irakoze, Zappy Bimenyimana, Eric Kubwimana News18

From left: Joel Mwandiki, Eric Munene, Nicasio Njeru, Nicholas Karani and Christine Mwende before a Chuka court in Tharaka Nithi County on November 3, 2022. 

Alex Njeru I Nation Media Group/Photo Courtesy

Five people have denied breaking into Mutube Baptist Church in Chuka town, Tharaka-Nithi County and stealing music instruments on Tuesday night. Joel Mwandiki, Eric Munene, Nicasio Njeru, Nicholas Karani and Christine Mwende and others not before, the court heard, stole loudspeakers, guitar, amplifier, a mixer and other instruments worth Sh300,000.

Chuka Resident Magistrate Oscar Kinyua heard that the five were 'arrested' by members of the public and handed over to officers from Chuka Police Station together with the items that were found at a bar.

Stolen items

The five also denied an alternative charge of being found in possession of stolen items at a bar known as Gaza in Kibumbu estate on Wednesday morning.

The five were released on a cash bail of Sh80,000 each or a bond of Sh300,000 or a surety of similar amount.

The case will be heard on November 17. By Alex Njeru, NMG

Mr Achilles Brunnel Byaruhanga, the Executive Director NatureUganda, receives an award from William, the Prince of Wales. Photo | Courtesy

What you need to know:

  • Prince William took to the stage to honour the extraordinary men and women dedicated to the protection of Africa's natural heritage and presented this year's award winners with their trophies.

The Executive Director NatureUganda, Mr Achilles Brunnel Byaruhanga has won the Tusk Conservation Award. The annual award which honours Africa’s conservation leaders in partnership with Ninety-One, not only celebrated the unsung conservation heroes of Africa, but also marked the 10th year of the awards. 

The prestigious event was attended by the charity's Royal Patron, the Prince of Wales, who launched the inaugural awards in 2013. Prince William took to the stage to honour the extraordinary men and women dedicated to the protection of Africa's natural heritage and presented this year's award winners with their trophies. 

Other award winners include; Ian Craig (Kenya), Miguel Gonçalves (Mozambique) and Neddy Mulimo (Zambia) and each of the four winners received a trophy specially crafted by Patrick Mavros, and all finalists received grants totalling £345,000 to continue their vital work.

“As Sir David Attenborough reminded us at this ceremony five years ago, Africa’s wildlife is truly special. What the Awards alumni, their dedicated teams and local communities are protecting is ‘one of the great natural treasures of the world’. And yet, we also know that it is just a fragment of what they once were. That is why it is vital that we do everything in our power to halt the frightening decline in species that our planet has witnessed over the last 50 years,” Prince William remarked.

Mr Byaruhanga said: “Conservation is not an event. It’s a process that takes a long time and communities are crucial. We are connected with people. We see the overall power is with the people.”

The awards’ 10th year comes at a critical time for conservation. Major upcoming global biodiversity summits - including the CITES conference in Panama in November and the UN Biodiversity Conference in Canada in December - will see the future of Africa’s wildlife and protected species take centre stage. 

The very real threat to African conservation continues as at-risk wildlife and communities face increasing pressure from climate change, human-wildlife conflict and the ongoing legacy of Covid-19. Through the recognition of and support given to award recipients, Tusk aims to raise the profile of African leaders to advance conservation and their significant impact in the field across Africa.

Tusk is uniquely positioned to bring together African conservation leaders with the influence, passion and expertise to implement the plans forged at these summits. The Tusk Awards celebrates these individuals and their potential to tackle the greatest threats to the continent’s biodiversity. By Beatrice Nakibuuka, Daily Monitor

 

About 60,000 households in Mandera are set to benefit from the county’s relief food.

This is after seven hundred and fifty metric tons of foodstuffs and 180,000 litres of cooking oil were flagged off by the county government to be distributed to vulnerable households and people living with disabilities across the county.

The countywide emergency relief food that was officially launched by governor Mohamed Kalif aims at assisting households that are affected by the ravaging long drought across the nine sub-counties.

Other beneficiaries include boarding secondary schools, special needs groups, special needs schools and registered orphanage centers.

Before mapping out and identifying the neediest in the ongoing drought, the county has ascertained their situation of the current drought, food insecurity, and impact on their livelihood and economic activities.

The program that was presided over by Mandera county commissioner, Onesmus Kyatha comes at a time when President William Ruto recently announced a release of 2 billion to mitigate the effect of drought in affected counties across the country.

Governor Khalif said the long drought has affected the economy at large and left more than one and half million livestock lost in the dry period.

“We have lost over 365,000 cattle, 30,000 donkeys, 500,000 goats, and 160,000 camels. The monetary value of livestock lost is over Sh11 billion, equivalent to our annual allocation from the national government”, he said.

According to rapid assessment report conducted by Kenya Food Security Steering Group (KFSSG), 500, 000 people have been left in dire need of emergency relief food and water.

The ongoing drought has affected most of the learning institutions in the far-flung areas of Mandera county forcing learners to miss classes as they travel to distant places in search of food and water.

Mandera governor said many schools are experiencing financial strain since parents cannot not afford to pay their children’s fees and as a result schools are unable to provide food to the learners.

The hunger crisis has also led to lack of concentration and malnutrition which could have a long-lasting impact on the education sector.

He said the food distribution will continue for one week to all identified beneficiary households. - Ibrahim Adan Ali, The Standard

President William Ruto Image: PCS

President William Ruto has revealed a list of 51 Principal secretaries selected to serve in the Public service.

The list is from over 500 individuals who were interviewed for the 51 slots.

They include;  

1. Julius Korir - State Department for Cabinet Affairs

2. Teresia Mbaika Malokwe - State Department for Devolution

3. Esther Ngero - State Department for Performance and Delivery Management

4. Aurelia Rono - State Department for Parliamentary Affairs

5. Raymond Omollo - State Department for Interior and National Administration

6. Caroline Nyawira Murage - State Department for Correctional Services

7. Amb. Julius Bitok - State Department for Citizen Services

8. Dr. Chris Kiptoo - The National Treasury

9. James Muhati - State Department for Economic Planning

10. Patrick Mariro - Defence

11. Korir Sing'oei - State Department for Foreign Affairs

12. Roseline Njogu - State Department for Diaspora Affiars

13. Amos Gathecha - State Department for Public Service

14. Veronica Mueni Nduva - State Department for Gender and Affirmative Action

15. Joseph Mungai Mbugua - State Department for Roads

16. Mohamed Dhagar - State Department for Transport

17. Nixon Korir - State Department for Lands and Physical Planning

18. Charles Hinga - State Department for Housing and Urban Development

19. Joel Arumonyang - State Department for Public Works

20. Prof. Edward Kisiangani - State Department for Broadcasting and Telecommunications

21. Eng. John Kipchumba Tanui - ICT and Digital Economy

22. Eng. Peter Tum - State Department for Medical Services

23. Dr. Joseph Mburu - State Department for Health Standards and Professional Management

24. Dr. Belio Kipsang - State Department for Basic Education 

25. Esther Thaara Muhoria - State Department for TVET

26. Beatrice Inyangala - State Departments for Higher Education and Research

27. Phillip Kello Harsama - State Department for Crop Development

28. Harry Kimutai - State Department for Livestock Development

29. Alfred K'Ombundo - State Department for Trade

30. Abubakar Hassan - State Department for Investment Promotion

31. Juma Mukhwana - State Department for Industry

32. Patrick Kiburi Kilemi - State Department for Cooperatives

33. Susan Mangeni - State Department for MSMEs Development

34. Ismail Madey - State Department for Youth Affairs

35. Jonathan Mueke - State Department for Sports and The Arts

36. Festus Ngeno - State Department for Environment

37. Ephantus Kimotho - State Department for Forestry

38. John Ololtuaa - State Department for Tourism

39. Sylvia Naseya Muhoro - State Department for Wildlife

40. Ummy Mohammed Bashir - State Department for Culture and Heritage

41. Dr. Paul Ronoh - State Department for Water and Sanitation

42. Gitonga Mugambi - State Department for Irrigation

43. Alex Wachira - State Department for Energy

44. Mohamed Liban - State Department for Petroleum

45. Geoffrey Kaituko - State Department for Labour and Skills Development

46. Joseph Mugosi Mutavi - State Department for Social Protection and Senior Citizen Affairs

47. Abdi Dubart - State Department for East African Community Development

48. Idris Dogota - State Department for The ASALs and Regional Development

49. Elijah Mwangi - State Department for Mining

50. Betsy Muthoni Njagi - State Department for Blue Economy and Fisheries

51. Shadrack Mwadime - State Department for Shipping and Maritime Affairs, By Brian Oruta, The Star 

 

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