Steve Brandon chats with Starkville Rotary Club member Sandra Harpole Monday after his slide show from his recent trip to Africa. Brandon and his wife, Patsy, have photographed wildlife on all seven continents.
Emile Abayisenga (2nd R), principal of Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Musanze and chairman of Musanze district council, instructs students at a workshop in the college in Musanze district, northern Rwanda, last week. As the largest polytechnic in northern Rwanda, the college, constructed by Chinese enterprise China Geo-Engineering Corporation using funds from the Chinese government, is playing an important role in training technical persons in Rwanda
Dodoma city executive director Godwin Kunambi outside his office to listen to land use complaints from city residents who assembled at the city head offices early this week. The city residents thanked him for his ability to sort out the land ownership queries which had lingered on for a long time.
Register of lega aid providers at the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs , Felistas Mushi, speaks at the official opening of legal aid stakeholders-review workshop organized by the legal services facility (LSF) in Dodoma yesterday. Photo: Guardian Correspondent.
Former first Lady Mama Salma Kikwete hands over a certificate to one of the students at WAMA-Nakayama secondary school in Kibiti, Coast region during the commemoration of the African Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) over the weekend. Photo by Gerald Kitabu