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2019 East Africa Secondary schools games (FEASSSA); Results for Day 4, Monday 19 August, 2019

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

Here are the collated results for matches played on Monday 19th August, 2019 at the ongoing East Africa School games in Arusha, Tanzania:

⚽Soccer Girls

1). Kihesa(Tz) 00 vs 14 Archbishop Njenga(Ke)
2). Nyakach(Ke) 01 vs 02 Mukono High(Ug)
3). Kawempe Muslim (Ug) 02 vs 00 Kibasila(Tz)
4). Itigo(Ke) 02 vs 00 Remera Rukoma(Rw)

⚽Soccer Boys

1). St. Antony’s (Ke) 00 vs 01 Buddo SS(Ug)
2). JKU(Zn) 00 vs 01 STAHIZA (Ug)
Vwawa(Tz) vs Jinja SS(Ug)
3). LDK(Rw) 00 vs 00 Alliance (Tz)
4). Vwawa(Tz) 00 vs 07 Jinja(Ug)

⚽Soccer Boys; Primary Schools

1). Zomba(Mal) 00 vs 03 Masumbwe(Tz)
2). Rays of Grace(Ug) 04 vs 02 Mahina(Tz)
3). Coast(Ke) 00 vs 00 Mbagala(Tz)

⚽Soccer Girls; Primary Schools

1). Nyanza(Ke) 04 vs 00 Kahororo(Tz)

🤾‍♂Handball Boys

1). Adegi (Rw) 23 vs 17 St. Lucia (Ug)
2). Mbooni (Ke) 19 vs 20 Gisenyi (Rw)
3). Kakungulu(Ug) 21 vs 20 Es. Kigoma(Rw)
4). Vwawa(Tz) 18 vs 31 Gombe(Ug)
5). Mwanakwerekwe(Zn) 14 vs 44 Kimilili(Ke)

🤾‍♀Handball Girls
1) Kiradich(Ke) 23 vs 19 Kawanda(Ug)
2). Kilole(Tz) 12 vs 42 Mbogo High(Ug)
3). Kamusinga(Ke) 15 vs 12 Kibuli SS(Ug)
4). Kizuka(Tz) 14 vs 33 Es Kiziguro(Rw)

🏀Basketball Boys

1). Buddo SS(Ug) 76 vs 44 Lord Baden Powell (Tz)
2). Dagoretti(Ke) 78 vs 67 Seroma C.H(Ug)
3). Juhudi(Tz) 32 vs 97 Laiser Hill(Ke)
4). Kibuli SS(Ug) 59 vs 40 Don Bosco(Tz)

🏀Basketball Girls

1). St. Bernadette (Rw) 56 vs 40 Nabisunsa(Ug)
2). St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) 110 vs 27 Joseph & Mary(Tz)
3). Buruburu (Ke) 60 vs 24 Machame (Tz)
4). Juhudi (Tz) 45 vs 59 St. Noa(Ug)

🏑Hockey Boys

1). St. Antony’s (Ke) 03 vs 00 Lindi (Tz)
2). Meru School(Ke) 05 vs 00 Ntare(Ug)
3). Kawempe(Ug) 01 vs 00 Juhudi(Tz)
4). Kamusinga (Ke) 01 vs 01 St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug)
5). Namilyango college (Ug) 02 vs 01 Lindi(Tz)
6). Kamusinga(Ke) 05 vs 00 Juhudi(Tz)

🏑Hockey Girls

1). St. Cecilia Misikhu (Ke) 04 vs 00 Old Kampala(Ug)
2). Lindi(Tz) 00 vs 03 Bweranyange(Ug)

🏐Volleyball Girls

1). Trust High(Ug) 00 vs 03 Cheptil(Ke)
2). Makongo(Tz) 00 vs 03 Soweto(Ke)
3). St. Alloys(Rw) 03 vs 02 Kinawa High(Ug)
4). Mkalapa(Tz) 00 vs 03 Kwanthanze (Ke)

🏐Volleyball Boys

1). IPRC Karongi(Rw) 01 vs 03 Mogonga(Ke)
2). Milambo (Tz) 03 vs 00 Mbogo Mixed(Ug)
3). Lelmokwo (Ke) 03 vs 02 PS Karubanda(Rw)
4). STAHIZA(Ug) 03 vs 02 Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw)

🏉Rugby 15’s
1). Dagoreti (ke)5 vs 32 Kakamega (ke)
2). Ntare (Ug) 31 vs 00 (tz) okeeswa
3). Kisubi (Ug) 06 vs 30 kangaru (ke)

🏈Rugby 7’s
1). Jinja ss (Ug) 05 vs 24 laiser (ke)
2). Hanna (Ug) 40 vs 00 Okeeswa (tz)
3). Jinja ss (Ug) 12 vs 07 upper hill (ke)
4). Laiser (ke) 19 vs 12 St peters. (ke)
5). Butiki (ug) 00 vs 52 St Peters (keep)
6). Butiki (Ug) 00 vs 59 upper hill (Ke)

🏓Table Tennis Girls
1). Mbogo mixed (ug) 03 vs 02 Mbogo coll (ug)
2).Kenya 1 (03) vs (00) Goba Mpakani(Tz)
3). Kenya 2 (03) vs (00) Hailse Sellase(Zn)
4). Goba Mpakani(Tz) 00 vs 03 LDK (Rw)
5). Kenya 1(03) vs (00) Kenya 2
6). Mbogo Mixed(Ug) 02 vs 03 St. Michael(Ug)

🏓Table Tennis Boys
1). Mbogo coll (Ug) 01 vs 03 Seeta high green(Ug)
2). Hailse Sellase (Zn) 00 vs 03 kenya 2
3). Seeta high green(Ug) 03 vs 02 st. Michael (Ug)
4). G.S Rilema 2 (Rw) 02 vs 01 Morogoro (Tz)

BADMINTON RESULTS

BOYS

GROUP A

  1. KAKUNGULU SS-UG (4) VS KINAWA –UG (1)
    GROUP B
  2. KIBULI-UG (5) VS KENYA-A(0)

GIRLS

GROUP A

  1. HANA INT’- UG (1) VS MBOGO – UG (4)
    GROUP B
  2. KIBULI- UG (1) VS KENYA- A (4)

Country codes:
Ke- Kenya
Ug- Uganda
Tz- Tanzania
Rw- Rwanda
Mal- Malawi
Zn- Zanzibar

Day 3: Sunday 18th August, 2019

Collated Results

⚽Soccer Girls

1). Alliance High(Tz) 01 vs 01 Itigo(Ke)
2). Remera Rukoma(Rw) 01 vs 01 Kibasila(Tz)
3). St. Noa(Ug) 09 vs 00 Kiheza(Ug)
4). Archbishop Njenga(Ke) 00 vs 02 Mukono High(Ug)

⚽Soccer Boys

1).Ruwuiko(Tz) 01 vs 01 Dagoretti High(Ke)
2). St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug) 08 vs 00 Blantyre SS(Mal)
3). JKU (Zn) 00 vs 04 Buddo SS(Ug)
4). STAHIZA (Ug) 01 vs 01 Lindi SS(Tz)

2019 East Africa School Games, FEASSSA; Day 4 Monday 19th August fixtures

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

Pulsating action lined up at this year’s East Africa School games which enter day 4 this morning in Arusha, Tanzania. Here are the fixtures for today:

Day 4: Monday 19th August, 2019

FIXTURES

⚽Soccer Girls

1). Kihesa(Tz) vs Archbishop Njenga(Ke); ISM @9.00am
2). Nyakach(Ke) vs Mukono High(Ug); TGT @9.00am
3). Kawempe Muslim (Ug) vs Kibasila(Tz); Sheikh Abeid Stadium @4.00pm
4). Itigo(Ke) vs Remera Rukoma(Rw); TGT @4.00pm

⚽Soccer Boys

1). St. Antony’s (Ke) vs Buddo SS(Ug); TGT @11.00am
2). JKU(Zn) vs STAHIZA (Ug); ISM @11.00am
Vwawa(Tz) vs Jinja SS(Ug); TGT @2.00pm
3). LDK(Rw) vs Alliance (Tz); Sheikh Abeid Stadium @2.00pm

🏐Volleyball Girls

Venue: TGT
1). Trust High(Ug) vs Cheptil(Ke) @9.00am
2). Makongo(Tz) vs Soweto(Ke) @9.00am
3). St. Alloys(Rw) vs Kinawa High(Ug) @3.00pm
4). Mkalapa(Tz) vs Kwanthanze (Ke) @3.00pm

🏐Volleyball Boys

Venue: TGT
1). IPRC Karongi(Rw) vs Mogonga(Ke) @9.00am
2). Milambo (Tz) vs Mbogo Mixed(Ug) @9.00am
3). Lelmokwo (Ke) vs PS Karubanda(Rw) @3.00pm
4). STAHIZA(Ug) vs Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw) @3.00pm

🤾‍♂Handball Boys

Venue: TGT
1). Adegi (Rw) vs St. Lucia (Ug) @11:00am
2). Mbooni (Ke) vs Gisenyi (Rw) @11:00 am
3). Kakungulu(Ug) vs Es. Kigoma(Rw) @3:00pm
4). Vwawa(Tz) vs Gombe(Ug) @3:00pm
5). Mwanakwerekwe(Zn) vs Kimilili(Ke) @3:00pm

🤾‍♀Handball Girls
1) Kiradich(Ke) vs Kawanda(Ug) @9:00am
2). Kilole(Tz) vs Mbogo High(Ug) @9:00am
3). Kamusinga(Ke) vs Kibuli SS(Ug) @2:00pm
4). Kizuka(Tz) vs Es Kiziguro(Rw) @2:00pm

🏀Basketball Boys

Venues: St. Constantine & ISM
1). Buddo SS(Ug) vs Lord Baden Powell (Tz)
2). Dagoretti(Ke) vs Seroma C.H(Ug)
3). Juhudi(Tz) vs Laiser Hill(Ke)
4). Kibuli SS(Ug) vs Don Bosco(Tz)
5). College Marie Reine(Rw) vs Galanos(Tz)

🏀Basketball Girls

Venue: St. Constantine
1). St. Bernadette (Rw) vs Nabisunsa(Ug)
2). Kaya Tiwi(Ke) vs Okeeswa(Tz)
3). St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) vs Joseph & Mary(Tz)
4). Buruburu (Ke) vs Machame (Tz)
5). Juhudi (Tz) vs St. Noa(Ug)pm

⚾Netball Girls

Venue: St. Constantine
1). St. Noa(Ug) vs Kilindi(Tz) @9.00am
2). Buddo SS(Ug) vs Katoto SS(Mal) @11.00am
3). Ngando(Ug) vs Makongo(Tz) @2.00pm
4). Nyakach(Ke) vs Misungwi(Tz) @3.00pm

🏑Hockey Boys

Venue: St. Constantine
1). St. Antony’s (Ke) vs Lindi (Tz)
2). Meru School(Ke) vs Ntare(Ug)
3). Kawempe(Ug) vs Juhudi(Tz)
4). Kamusinga (Ke) vs St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug)
5). Namilyango college (Ug) vs Lindi(Tz)

🏑Hockey Girls

Venue: St. Constantine
1). St. Cecilia Misikhu (Ke) vs Old Kampala(Ug)
2). Lindi(Tz) vs Bweranyamge(Ug)

🏉Rugby 15’s

Venue: TGT
1). Dagoretti High(Ke) vs Kakamega (Ke) @9.00am
2). St. Mary’s Kisubi(Ug) vs Kangaru(Ke) @10.30am
3). Okeeswa(Tz) vs Ntare School (Ug)

🏈Rugby 7’s

Venue: TGT
1). Jinja SS(Ug) vs Laiser Hill(Ke) @1.30pm
2). Hana International (Ug) vs Okeeswa(Tz) @1.50pm
3). Kiira College (Ug) vs St. Peters Mumias(Ke) @2.10pm
4). Jinja SS(Ug) vs Upper Hill(Ke) @2.30pm
5). Laiser Hill(Ke) vs St. Peter’s Mumias(Ke) @3.10pm
6). Kiira College (Ug) vs Upper Hill (Ke) @3.30pm

🏓Table Tennis Girls
1). Mbogo mixed (ug) vs Mbogo coll (ug)
2).Kenya 1 vs Kenya 2

  1. Mbogo Mixed(ug) vs st. Michael (ug)
  2. LDK (Rw) vs Haille selasse (Zan)
    5.Goba mpakani (Tz) vs Kenya 1
    6). LDK (Rw) vs St. Michael (ug)
    7). Mbogo college (ug) vs kenya 2

🏓Table Tennis Boys
1). Mbogo coll (Ug)vs Seeta high green(Ug)
2). Morogoro (Tz) vs kenya 2
3). Seeta high green(Ug) vs st. Michael (Ug)
4). G.S Rilema 1(Rw) vs kenya 1
5). Mbogo college (Ug)vs st. Michael (Ug)
6). G.S Rilema 2 (Rw) vs Morogoro (Tz)
7). Haille selasse (zan) vs kenya 2
8). Kenya 1 vs G.S Rilema 2 (Rw)

Country codes:
Ke- Kenya
Ug- Uganda
Tz- Tanzania
Rw- Rwanda
Mal- Malawi
Zn- Zanzibar

President Kenyatta, Regional Leaders Witness Signing Of Transitional Government Pact In Sudan

Photo/File- HE Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. President of the Republic of Kenya.

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday, 17th August, 2019 joined several African Heads of State and Governments in witnessing the signing of a pact that will establish a transitional government in Sudan.

The deal brings to an end the standoff between civilians and military forces that has been dragging on for several months.

President Kenyatta hailed the transitional military authority and the opposition for the power sharing deal which is expected to lead to democratic elections in 39 months, saying the leaders had put the interests of their country before their own.
“I commend you for putting the interests of the people first and agreeing to negotiate for peace,” said President Kenyatta when he spoke at the ceremony held in Khartoum’s Corinthia Hotel.

The President assured the leaders of the transitional authority and the people of Sudan that Kenya will stand by them as they embark on the journey towards democracy.

He urged the Sudanese people to resolve their pending differences through dialogue and to uphold the rule of law.
“Peace and security is the foundation upon which everything stands. The region and the international community are ready to support you in building strong institutions of governance,” President Kenyatta said.

Noting that Sudan is a country that is rich in its diversity, President Kenyatta said the nation’s structure of government should reflect its heterogeneity to guarantee inclusion for all.

The President, who was accompanied by Foreign Affairs CS Amb Monica Juma, said a peaceful and united Sudan is in the best interest of the region and the whole of Africa.

The other Heads of State and Government who attended the signing ceremony included Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, President Salva Kiir (South Sudan), President Idriss Deby Itno (Chad) and President Faustin-Archange Touadéra (Central African Republic). Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly and African Union Commission Chair Moussa Faki Mahamat also attended.
Prime Minister Abiy said African leaders as well as representatives from all over the world were gathered in Khartoum to congratulate the Sudanese leaders for the selfless decision of choosing country over self.
He said the agreement signed in Khartoum proves that the tradition of coming together to resolve disagreements will continue to be a beacon for the people of Africa.

PM Abiy said regional States have actively contributed towards the signing of the agreement because they want to have a united and peaceful Sudan.

The power sharing pact was signed by Transitional Military Council leader Gen Abdul Fatah Al-Burhan and the Forces for Freedom and Change leader Ahmad Al-Rabiah.

Under the deal, the ruling council of transitional government will have a civilian majority and will be revealed a day after the signing ceremony.
A Prime Minister will be named on August 20 while the Cabinet will be unveiled a week later on August 28.

2019 East Africa School Games, FEASSSA, Latest results

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

The 2019 edition of the East Africa School games entered day three on Sunday 18th August, 2019 in Arusha Tanzania. The games brings together teams from hosts Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Zanzibar and Malawi.

Here are the latest results;

Collated Results

🏀Basketball Boys

1). LDK (Rw) 95 vs 22 Galanos(Tz)
2). Don Bosco(Tz) 34 vs 65 Laiser Hill (Ke)
3). Seroma CH(Ug) 93 vs 42 Lord Baden Powell(Tz)
4). College Marie Reine(Rw) 49 vs 77 Buddo SS(Ug)

🏀Basketball Girls

1). LDK(Rw) 49 vs 32 Juhudi(Tz)
2). Machame(Tz) 16 vs 78 St. Noa(Ug)
3). Kaya Tiwi(Ke) 58 vs 66 St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug)
4). Nabisunsa (Ug) 68 vs 36 Joseph & Mary(Tz)

⚽Soccer Boys

✅Ruwuiko(Tz) 1 vs 1 Dagoretti High (Ke)

🏐Boys Volleyball

✅ Milambo(Tz) 0 vs 3 Mogonga(Ke) {18 vs 25, 17 vs 25, 18 vs 25}
✅Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw) 3 vs 1 Lelmokwo (Ke) [25 vs 20, 15 vs 25, 25 vs 15, 25 vs 21]

🏑Hockey Boys

1). St. Antony’s (Ke) 01 vs 00 Meru School(Ke)
2). Namilyango College(Ug) 01 vs 03 Ntare School(Ug)
3). St. Mary’s Kisubi(Ug) 05 vs 01 Kawempe Muslim(Ug)

🏑Hockey Girls

1). Namagunga(Ug) 00 vs 03 Kakungulu Memorial(Ug)
2). St. John’s Kaloleni(Ke) 05 vs 00 Juhudi (Tz)
3). Nyamira Girls (Ke) 05 vs 00 Lindi (Tz)
4). Bweranyange(Ug) 00 vs 02 St. Cecilia Misikhu (Ke)

🤾‍♂Handball Boys

1). Mwanakwerekwe(Zan) 21 vs 24 Kakungulu (Ug)

Kimilili(Ke) 33 vs 12 Vwawa (Tz)

Gombe SS(Ug) 21 vs 33 Es Kigoma (Rw)

Kilombero SS (Tz) 15 vs 40 Adegi (Rw)

College Gisenyi (Rw) 36 vs 21 St. Lucia (Ug)

Vwawa (Tz) 20 vs 16 Mwanakwerekwe (Zn)

🤾‍♀Handball Girls

  1. Kibuli SS (Ug) 26 vs 14 Kizuka (Tz)
  2. Es Kiziguro (Rw) 15 vs 21 Kamusinga (Ke)
  3. Mbogo (Ug) 27 vs 23 Kawanda (Ug)
  4. Kilole (Tz) 15 vs 29 Kirandich (Ke)

🏈Rugby 15’s

1). Namilyango College (Ug) 62 vs 00 Okeeswa(Tz)
2). Ntare School(Ug) 03 vs 31 St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug)
3).Kangaru (Ke) 05 vs 32 Dagoretti (Ke)

⚽Soccer Boys; Primary

✅Mhiana (Tz) 01 vs 01 Coast(Ke)

🏓Table Tennis Boys
1). Haile Selassie (Zn) 3 vs 2 Morogoro (Tz)
2). Kenya 1- 3 vs 0 Kenya 2
3). G.S Rilima 2 (Rw) 0 vs 3 G.S Rilima 1(Rw)

🏓Table Tennis Girls
1). Goba Mpakani(Tz) 3 vs 2 Haile Selassie (Zn)
2). Mbogo College (Ug) 2 vs 3 St. Michael International School(Ug)

@FEASSSA2019

Day 2: Saturday 17th August, 2019

Collated Results

🏀Basketball

Girls
1.St.Mary’s kitende (Ug) 71 vs 48 Nabisunsa(Ug)
2.St.bernedette(Rw) 37 vs 42 Kaya Tiwi
3.Juhudi(Tz) 44 vs 46 Machame(Tz)
4.Buruburu(Ke) 45 vs 42
LDK(Rw)

Boys
1.Buddo (Ug)75 vs 61 Seroma(Ug)
2.Galanos (Tz)31 vs 51Donbosco(
3.Kibuli(Ug)44 vs 62
LDK(Rw)

  1. Dagoretti (Ke) 53 vs 49 College Marie Reine (Rw)

Day 2: Saturday 17th August, 2019

Collated results

🏐Volleyball Boys

1). PS Karubanda(Rw) 1 vs 3 Don Bosco Gatenga(Rw) [23 vs 25, 25 vs 21, 23 vs 25, 18 vs 25]
2). Lelmokwo(Ke) 2 vs 3 Twangoma(Tz) [23 vs 25, 25 vs 23, 23 vs 25, 25 vs 19, 14 vs 16]
3). Mogonga(Ke) 3 vs 0 Mbogo Mixed(Ug) [25 vs 16, 25 vs 22, 28 vs 26]
4). IPRC Karongi(Rw) 3 vs 0 Dynamic (Ug) [25 vs 09, 27 vs 25, 25 vs 17]

🏐Volleyball Girls

1). Cheptil(Ke) 3 vs 2 Soweto(Ke) [27 vs 25, 21 vs 25, 25 vs 21, 14 vs 25, 15 vs 12]
2). Trust High(Ug) 1 vs 3 GS Indangaburezi(Rw) [16 vs 25, 25 vs 20, 15 vs 25, 22 vs 25]

Table tennis results
Day 1.

BOYS
1.HAILE SELASSE -(3) (ZANI)VS MOROGORO(TZ)-(2)

GIRLS

  1. GOBA MPAKANI (TZ)-(3) VS HAILE SELASSE (ZANI)-(2)

BOYS
2.KENYA 1-(3) VS KENYA 2-(0)

GIRLS

  1. MBOGO COLLEGE(UG)-(2) VS ST.MICHAEL INT SCH (UG)-(3)

BOYS
4.G.S RILIMA 2(RWA)-(0) VS G.S RILIMA 1 (RWA)-(3)

Country codes
Ke- Kenya
Ug- Uganda
Tz- Tanzania
Zan- Zanzibar
Mal- Malawi

2019 East Africa School Games (FEASSSA) in Arusha, Tanzania; Day 3 Sunday fixtures

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

Here are the fixtures today; Sunday 18th August, 2019, for the ongoing East Africa School games in Arusha, Tanzania:

⚽Soccer Girls

1). Alliance High(Tz) vs Itigo(Ke); TGT @9.00am
2). Remera Rukoma(Rw) vs Kibasila(Tz); ISM @9.00am
3). St. Noa(Ug) vs Kiheza(Ug); TGT @4.00pm
4). Archbishop Njenga(Ke) vs Mukono High(Ug); ISM @4.00pm

⚽Soccer Boys

1).Ruwuiko(Tz) vs Dagoretti High(Ke); TGT @11.00am
2). St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug) vs Blantyre SS(Mal); ISM @11.00am
3). JKU (Zn) vs Buddo SS(Ug); TGT @2.00pm
4). STAHIZA (Ug) vs Lindi SS(Tz); ISM @2.00pm

⚽Soccer Boys- Primary Schools

Venue: Constantine
1).Mbagala(Tz) vs Ray of Grace(Ug) @9.00am
2).Mhiana (Tz) vs Coast (Ke) @11.00am
3). Masumbe(Tz) vs Oasis(Ug) @4.00pm

🏀Basketball Boys

Venues: Constantine & ISM
1). LDK (Rw) vs Juhudi(Tz) @9.00am
2). Don Bosco(Tz) vs Laiser Hill (Ke) @11.00am
3). Galanos(Tz) vs Dagoretti (Ke) @11.00am
4). Seroma CH(Ug) vs Lord Baden Powell(Tz) @11.00am
5). College Marie Reine(Rw) vs Buddo SS(Ug) @3.00pm

🏀Basketball Girls

1). LDK(Rw) vs Juhudi(Tz) @9.00am
2). Machame(Tz) vs St. Noa(Ug) @9.00am
3). Kaya Tiwi(Ke) vs St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug) @3.00pm
4). Okeeswa(Tz) vs Ste Bernadette (Rw) @3.00pm
5). Nabisunsa (Ug) vs Joseph & Mary(Tz) @3.00pm

🏐Volleyball Boys

Venue: TGT
1). Twangoma(Tz) vs STAHIZA(Ug) @11.00am
2). Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw) vs Lelmokwo(Ke) @11.00am
3). Milambo(Tz) vs Mogonga(Ke) @3.00pm
4). Mbogo Mixed(Ug) vs IPRC Karongi(Rw) @3.00pm

🏐Volleyball Girls

Venue: TGT
1). Kwanthanze(Ke) vs St. Alloys(Rw) @9.00am
2). Kinawa High(Ug) vs Mkalapa(Tz) @9.00am
3). GS Indangaburezi(Rw) vs Makongo (Tz) @3.00pm
4). Soweto(Ke) vs Trust High(Ug) @3.00pm

🤾‍♂Handball Boys

Venue: TGT
1). Mwanakwerekwe(Zan) vs Kakungulu Memorial (Ug) @11.00am
2). St. Luke’s Kimilili(Ke) vs Vwawa(Tz) @11.00am
3). Gombe SS(Ug) vs ES Kigoma(Rw) @11.00am
4). Kilombero SS(Tz) vs Adegi(Rw) @3.00pm
5). College Gisenyi(Rw) vs St. Lucia(Ug) @3.00pm

🤾‍♀Handball Girls

Venue: TGT
1). Kibuli SS(Ug) vs Kizuka(Tz) @9.00am
2). ES Kiziguro(Rw) vs Kamusinga Girls(Ke) @9.00am
3). Mbogo High(Ug) vs Kawanda SS(Ug) @2.00pm
4). Kilole(Tz) vs Kirandich(Ke) @2.00pm

⚾Netball Girls

Venue: Constantine
1). St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) vs Nyakach(Ke) @9.00am
2). Misungwi(Tz) vs Ngando(Ug) @11.00am
3). Katoto SS(Mal) vs St. Noa(Ug) @2.00pm
4). Buddo SS(Ug) vs Kaya Tiwi (Ke) @3.00pm

🏑Hockey Boys

Venue: Constantine
1). St. Antony’s (Ke) vs Meru School(Ke) @11.00am
2). Namilyango College(Ug) vs Ntare School(Ug) @11.00am
3). St. Mary’s Kisubi(Ug) vs Kawempe Muslim(Ug) @4.00pm
4). FS Kamusinga(Ke) vs Juhudi(Tz) @4.00am

🏑Hockey Girls

Venue: Constantine
1). Namagunga(Ug) vs Kakungulu Memorial(Ug) @9.00am
2). St. John’s Kaloleni(Ke) vs Juhudi (Tz) @9.00am
3). Nyamira Girls (Ke) vs Lindi (Tz) @2.00pm
4). Bweranyange(Ug) vs St. Cecilia Misikhu (Ke)

🏈Rugby 15’s

Venue: TGT
1). Namilyango College (Ug) vs Okeeswa(Tz) @9.00am
2). Ntare School(Ug) vs St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) @10.30am
3). Kangaru(Ke) vs Dagoretti (Ke) @12.00pm

KENYA UNION OF POST PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHERS UNION, KUPPET, SALARY & ALLOWANCES DEMANDS

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KUPPET Logo

BACKGROUND

Introduction
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers signed a Collective Bargaining Agreement on 26th October 2016 which was later registered in the Employment and Labour Relations Court on 30th November 2016. The CBA was an agreement to regularize the industrial relations between the employer and KUPPET as well as for the interest of mutual understanding and co-operation. The CBA reaffirmed their commitment to maintaining a collaborative relationship aimed at realizing quality teaching service.

Analysis of the Cost of Living in Kenya

According to surveys released by Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Consumer Price Indices (CPI) has continued to increase over the last 2 years. Consumer Price Index is a measure that examines the weighted average of prices of a basket of consumer goods and services such as transportation, food and medical care. It is calculated by taking price changes of each item in the predetermined basket of goods and averaging them. It reports inflation and deflation tendencies in the economy.

In July 2016, the CPI was 170.84 and inflation rate was 6.39. The CPI has increased to 191.59 and inflation rate is 4.35 in 2018. This is an economic indicator that prices of goods and services have increased over time affecting the remuneration and allowances for workers. The GDP has also increased on average 1.33 per cent since 2015 indicating an increase of 1.9 per cent in the first quarter of 2018.

For example, the average price of fuel in 2016 was sh98 per litre compared to the current sh112. This affects the commuter allowance as fares have risen from sh50 to sh 100 in most parts of the country.

The table below shows the average price changes for household consumption goods and services over the last 2 years.

Product
Unit of measure

July 17
December 17

July 18
% change

Tomatoes
1kg
86.45
94.52
122.04
41

Kerosene
1L
63.55
71.42
85.05
22.8

Petrol
1L
98.00
105.04
109.67
11.9

Charcoal
4kg
81.61

138.13
69.25

Maize flour
2kg
106.77
110.10
116.29
8.91

Sukumawiki
1kg
42.17
43.67
57.87
37.23

Electricity
50kwh
576.07
649.73
695.97
20.81

Source: KNBS CPI July 2017, December 2017 and July 2018
The cost of living has increased rapidly over the last two years affecting the purchasing power of household goods and services. The transport cost has increased beyond the commuter allowance negotiated due to increase of fuel and general overall transport cost.
The Union demands that the following issues may be considered for negotiations to cushion teachers in their delivery of services.

PROPOSALS OF NEW ALLOWANCES

1.COMMUTER ALLOWANCE
The Union demands that commuter allowance be increased by 150% of the current rate. Commuter allowance shall be paid as per Appendix.

  1. LEAVE ALLOWANCE
    The Union demands that leave allowance be paid based on one’s basic pay i.e. an equivalent of one month’s basic pay for all cadres.

3.HOUSE ALLOWANCE
The Union demands that House allowance be harmonized across all regions.i.e Teachers in Grade C2 should enjoy the same house allowance whether in Nairobi or Marsabit and this should be in all grades.

  1. TOWNSHIP HARDSHIP ALLOWANCE
    While teachers enjoy equal house allowance across all regions, the Union proposes the introduction of township allowance. Teachers in urban areas experience challenges of high cost of living and expensive urban transport and this makes no difference with a teacher in a hardship area. We propose a town allowance of 30% of basic salary be paid to teachers in major cities or county headquarters.
  2. HARDSHIP ALLOWANCE
    Hardship allowance shall be payable to teachers assigned duties in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) areas. However, the areas declared as hardship needs to be reviewed because there are other emerging issues like terrorism, cattle rustling etc.
  3. RISK ALLOWANCE
    Risk allowance shall be payable to all Science teachers due to exposure to chemicals and other substances. The Union demands that Risk allowance be paid at a rate of 20% of the basic salary as per appendix.
  4. ACCOMODATION ALLOWANCE
    Teachers are assigned duties outside the work station. In the civil service, there are guidelines stipulating the allowance for every cadre. The Union has proposed development of clear guidelines on the payment of accommodation allowance (per diem) as well as the amount as shown in the appendix.
  5. POST GRADUATE SCHEME OF SERVICE
    The teaching service has no scheme of service for teachers who have attained a Masters and Doctorate degrees. Instead, the employer awards three increments to the holders of such qualifications. The proposed scheme seeks to allow TSC recruit teachers possessing post-graduate qualifications at entry level. The Union demands that Post graduate scheme of service be developed and be eligible to all teachers holding a Master’s and Doctorate degree. The said teachers shall be paid an allowance equivalent to 40% of the basic salary.

8.CAREER PROGRESSION
Parties agreed that career progression in the teaching service shall be as provided under Part VI of the Code of Regulations for Teachers. However, KUPPET demands that the Commission in performance of its obligation under this agreement ensures that every teacher under its employment is facilitated to undergo professional development.

9.OVERTIME ALLOWANCE
KUPPET demands that working hours for all teachers be 8 hours per day i.e. 8.00 am. to 5.00 p.m. with one hour lunch break for five days i.e. 40 hours per week – Monday to Friday. Further, the Union proposes that any extra hours worked be compensated as an overtime as teachers in boarding sections are overworked and no monetary compensation are done. The overtime allowance schedule is attached as per Appendix.

  1. COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL COVER
    We propose that medical allowance be increased by 100% to enable the employer improve health benefits with insurance underwriters.
  2. TEACHERS’ SALARY INCREMENT
    The 2016 basic salary increment be varied to align the increment with challenges of inflation.
    OTHER ISSUES
    The marking scheme for employment of Diploma teachers is discriminating and unfair to diploma teachers. We propose it be reviewed so that they are given same marks as graduates.

Special schools allowance terminated without consultation should be reinstated.

Annual increment for teachers seems not clear. Not all teachers have been given the same.

There should exist common cadre grades to show job group progression as before the CBA 26th October, 2016.

ACCOMODATION ALLOWANCE (PER DIEM)

Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu Kilifi, Naivasha, Lamu and Kwale
Nakuru, Nyeri, Eldoret, Kericho, Kakamega, Embu, Garissa, Bungoma
Other areas

C2

6,000

4,000

3,000

C3

6,500

4,500

3,500

C4

6,500

4,500

3,500

C5

8,000

6,000

4,000

D1

8,000

6,000

4,000

D2

8,000

6,000

4,000

D3

10,000

7,500

5,000

D4

10,000

7,500

5,000

D5

LEAVE ALLOWANCE
GRADE C2
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
6000
27,325

2
6000
28,792

3
6000
30,335

4
6000
31,956

5
6000
32,988

6
6000
34,955

7
6000
36,280

8
6000
37,654

9
6000
39,081

10
6000
40,562

11
6000
42,099

12
6000
43,694

GRADE C3
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
6,000
33,908

2
6,000
34,570

3
6,000
35,167

4
6,000
35,837

5
6,000
36,536

6
6,000
37,087

7
6,000
37,867

8
6,000
38,677

9
6,000
39,532

10
6,000
41,417

11
6,000
43,391

12
6,000
45,463

113
6,000
47,624

14
6,000
49,912

GRADE C4
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
6,000
35,927

2
6,000
37,495

3
6,000
39,136

4
6,000
40,849

5
6,000
42,642

6
6,000
45,463

7
6,000
47,624

8
6,000
49,912

9
6,000
51,632

GRADE C5
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
6,000
40,849

2
6,000
41,417

3
6,000
42,642

4
6,000
43,391

5
6,000
45,463

6
6,000
47,624

7
6,000
49,912

8
6,000
51,931

9
6,000
55,644

10
6,000
58,069

11
6,000
60,613

GRADE D1
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
10,000
66,177

2
10,000
68,905

3
10,000
71,746

4
10,000
77,840

5
10,000
80,242

GRADE D2
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
10,000
71,565

2
10,000
77,840

3
10,000
85,269

GRADE D3
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
10,000
77,840

2
10,000
80,242

3
10,000
82,717

4
10,000
90,612

GRADE D4
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
10,000
99,730

2
10,000
102,807

3
10,000
104,644

4
10,000
107,873

5
10,000
111,201

6
10,000
114,632

GRADE D5
Salary Scale point
CURRENT LEAVE ALLOWANCE
PROPOSED LEAVE ALLOWANCE

1
10,000
111,201

2
10,000
114,632

3
10,000
118,169

4
10,000
121,814

5
10,000
125,573

6
10,000
129,528

7
10,000
131,380

8
10,000
141,891

9
10,000
148,360

10
10,000
152,937

RISK ALLOWANCE
GRADE C2
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
5,465

2
5,758

3
6,067

4
6,391

5
6,598

6
6,991

7
7,256

8
7,531

9
7,816

10
8,112

11
8,420

12
8,739

GRADE C3
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
6,782

2
6,914

3
7,033

4
7,167

5
7,307

6
7,417

7
7,573

8
7,735

9
7,906

10
8,283

11
8,678

12
9,093

113
9,525

14
9,982

GRADE C4
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
7,185

2
7,499

3
7,827

4
8,170

5
8,528

6
9,093

7
9,525

8
9,982

9
10,326

GRADE C5
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
8,170

2
8,283

3
8,528

4
8,678

5
9,093

6
9,525

7
9,982

8
10,386

9
11,129

10
11,614

11
12,123

GRADE D1
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
13,235

2
13,781

3
14,349

4
15,568

5
16,048

GRADE D2
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
14,313

2
15,568

3
17,054

GRADE D3
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
15,568

2
16,048

3
16,543

4
18,122

GRADE D4
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
19,946

2
20,561

3
20,929

4
21,575

5
22,240

6
22,926

GRADE D5
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED RISK ALLOWANCE

1
22,240

2
22,926

3
23,634

4
24,363

5
25,115

6
25,906

7
26,276

8
28,378

9
29,672

10
30,587

TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE
GRADE C2
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
5,465

2
5,758

3
6,067

4
6,391

5
6,598

6
6,991

7
7,256

8
7,531

9
7,816

10
8,112

11
8,420

12
8,739

GRADE C3
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
6,782

2
6,914

3
7,033

4
7,167

5
7,307

6
7,417

7
7,573

8
7,735

9
7,906

10
8,283

11
8,678

12
9,093

113
9,525

14
9,982

GRADE C4
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
7,185

2
7,499

3
7,827

4
8,170

5
8,528

6
9,093

7
9,525

8
9,982

9
10,326

GRADE C5
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
8,170

2
8,283

3
8,528

4
8,678

5
9,093

6
9,525

7
9,982

8
10,386

9
11,129

10
11,614

11
12,123

GRADE D1
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
13,235

2
13,781

3
14,349

4
15,568

5
16,048

GRADE D2
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
14,313

2
15,568

3
17,054

GRADE D3
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
15,568

2
16,048

3
16,543

4
18,122

GRADE D4
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
19,94699,730

2
20,561

3
20,929

4
21,575

5
22,240

6
22,926

GRADE D5
Salary Scale point
PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ALLOWANCE

1
22,240

2
22,926

3
23,634

4
24,363

5
25,115

6
25,906

7
26,276

8
28,378

9
29,672

10
30,587

COMMUTER ALLOWANCE
 
JOB GROUP
 
KSH PER MONTH
 

 
 
Current Rates
50% increment from the current

 
C2
5,000
7,500
 

 
C3
6,000
9,000
 

 
C4
8,000
12,000
 

 
C5
8,000
12,000
 

 
D1
12,000
18,000
 

 
D2
12,000
18,000
 

 
D3
14,000
21,000
 

 
D4
14,000
21,000
 

 
D5
16,000
24,000
 

OVERTIME ALLOWANCE
GRADE
OVERTIME PAY
OVERTIME 2HRS

 
PER HOUR
AVERAGE

C2
500
1,000

C3
600
1,200

C4
700
1,400

C5
800
1,600

D1
900
1,800

D2
1,000
2,000

D3
1,100
2,200

D4
1,200
2,400

D5
1,300
2,600

HOUSE ALLOWANCE
 
JOB GROUP
 
KSH PER MONTH
 

 
 
Proposed rates (Nairobi rates)
Current Rates

 
C2
16,500
7,500

 
C3
28,000
13,000

 
C4
28,000
13,000

 
C5
35,000
15,400

 
D1
45,000
16,800

 
D2
45,000
16,800

 
D3
45,000
16,800

 
D4
45,000
16,800

 
D5
50,000
20,000

TSC to use performance appraisal ratings for 2016, 2017 and 2018 in promoting one thousand public primary schools’ teachers; Procedure

TSC Kenya
TSC Kenya Teaching vacancies advert.

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, will use the teacher’s appraisal performance rating to appoint one thousand public primary schools’ teachers to teach at secondary schools. Teachers who hold P1 certificates and a Bachelor’s degree but teaching in primary schools will garner promotions and elevation to teach at secondary level. Among other requirements, the teacher must have a satisfactory performance rating for 2016, 2017 and 2018.

This comes even as the Kenya National Union of Teachers, knut, continues to oppose the performance ratings. Knut is opposed to the employer’s decision to use the Career Progression guidelines as opposed to the Scheme of Service for teachers in promoting them. If this requirement is used, then some teachers will miss out on the promotions list for failing to update their TPAD details; termly as required by the Commission.

Other Requirements

According to the TSC advert, eligible candidates should meet the following basic requirements:

  1. Be Kenyan citizens;
  2. P1 certificate;
  3. Bachelor’s degree in education with 2 teaching subjects;
  4. Must have minimum mean grade C+ (Plus) at Kenya certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) or its equivalent and minimum C+ (Plus) in two teaching subjects;
  5. Must be employees of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

Interested applicants have up to the 30th of August, 2019, to file their applications online.

Successful applicants will be promoted to grade C2 (T-Scale 7) and be posted to secondary schools.

How to apply for the vacancies, online

1). Visit the official online application portal at http://teachers online.go.keke
2). Then, click on the link ‘APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS IN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ that has been written in red font. This will redirect you to the E-Recruitment Centre.
3). Now Select ‘Actions’ followed by ‘Apply’.
4). Next, scroll down to the window titled ‘Application details and enter your Surname, ID and TSC Number.
5). Select ‘Yes’ for the question on if you have a P1 certificate. Click on ‘Continue’ so as to load the details page.
6). Finally, fill the form correctly and click on ‘Save’ to complete your application.

Demystifying the Job Group C2 (T- Scale 7)

According to the TSC career progression guidelines, Secondary School Teacher II (T- Scale 7) is an entry grade for secondary school teachers who are holders of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or its equivalent. It is also a promotional grade for holders of Diploma in Education.

The three basic requirements for this grade are:
One should be: in possession of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a minimum mean grade of C+ or its equivalent, in possession of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with two teaching subjects; or a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant area with two teaching subjects plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) and having a minimum grade of C+ (plus) in the two teaching subjects at KCSE level.

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2019 FEASSSA Games; Kenya’s Kaya Tiwi off to flying start in girls basketball as games enter day 2 in Arusha, Tanzania; Collated results

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

Kenya’s Basketball Queens Kaya Tiwi pulled a perfect performance to stun Rwanda’s Ste Bernadette in girls basketball as the East Africa School games entered day 2 this morning. The Kenyans showed intent of winning the game early on by taking a 14-08 lead in the first quarter.

In the second quarter, the Rwandese moved so close but still lost by a single point to finish the quarter at 09-10 in favour of Kaya Tiwi. Kaya Tiwi got the going tough in tge second half; drawing 11-11 in quarter three and losing 07-09 in the last quarter. Kaya Tiwi finished the game at 42-37.

Coach Philip Onyango exuded confidence that his team will have a podium finish this year. In their outing last year, they finished third.

In the other match, played concurrently at St. Constantine, St. Mary’s Kitende from Uganda were too hot for their compatriots Nabisunsa; stunning them 71-48.

Kenya's Girls basketball champions, Buruburu, pose for a group photo after overcoming Rwanda's LDK 43-42 in a tough match played at St. Constantine in Arusha, Tanzania, today
Kenya’s Girls basketball champions, Buruburu, pose for a group photo after overcoming Rwanda’s LDK 43-42 in a tough match played at St. Constantine in Arusha, Tanzania, today

In netball, Buddo Secondary defeated St. Noa 45-42 in a closely contested all Ugandan match. The games entered day three tomorrow with mouth watering clashes on the offing.

Here are the results from today’s matches:

Day 2 Collated Results

⚾Netball Girls

1). St. Noa(Ug) 42 vs 45 Buddo SS(Ug)
2). Kaya Tiwi(Ke) 50 vs 19 Kilindi(Tz)
3). Makongo(Tz) 52 vs 30 Misungwi(Tz)
4). Ngando(Ug) 64 vs 42 St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug)

🏈Rugby 15’s

1). Kakamega(Ke) 46 vs 00 Kangaru (Ke)
2). Dagoretti (Ke) 60 vs 00 Ntaare School (Ug)
3). St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) 05 vs 15 Namilyango College (Ug)

🏑Hockey Girls

1). St. Cecilia Misikhu (Ke) 03 vs 00 Nyamira Girls (Ke)
2). Old Kampala (Ug) 02 vs 01 Bweranyange(Ug)

⚽Soccer Girls

1). Nyakach (Ke) 2 vs 1 Arch Bishop Njenga(Ke)
2). Mukono High (Ug) 0 vs 1 St. Noa (Ug)
3). Kawempe muslim ( Ug) 4 vs 0 Remera Rukoma(Rw)
4). Kibasila (Tz) 0 vs 2 Alliance High (Tz)

⚽Soccer Boys

1). Buddo SS (Ug) 3 vs 0 Stahiza(Ug)
2). Jinja SS(Ug) 0 vs 0 LDK (Rw)
3). Alliance High (Tz) 2 vs 0 Vwawa (Tz)

The 2019 East Africa School Games (FEASSSA) in Arusha, Tanzania; St. Antony’s with flying start plus today’s fixtures

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

Kenya’s reigning secondary schools soccer champions St Antony’s Boys Kitale kicked off their quest for glory at this year’s East Africa school games with flying colours. The Kenyan boys were in impressive form hammering Lindi Secondary School from Tanzania 4-0 as the Federation of East Africa Secondary Schools Sports Associations (FEASSSA) games got underway on Friday 16th August, 2019 in Arusha- Tanzania. The match that was played at Sheikh Abeid Stadium came moments after the opening ceremony.

The week long games feature hosts Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Zanzibar, Uganda and Malawi. Last year’s edition held in Musanze, Rwanda, saw Kenya emerge overall winners.

The games enter day 2 on Saturday August 17, 2019. Here are the Day 2 Fixtures:

⚽Soccer Boys

1). Buddo SS(Ug) vs Stahiza(Ug); 11.00am @Sheikh Abeid Stadium
2). Jinja SS(Ug) vs LDK(Rw); 3.00pm @ISM
3). Alliance High(TZ) vs Vwawa(Tz); 3.00pm @TGT

⚽Soccer Girls

1). Nyakach(Ke) vs Archbishop Njenga(Ke); ISM @9.00am
2). Mukono High(Ug) vs St. Noa(Ug); TGT @9.00am
3). Kawempe Muslim(Ug) vs Remera Rukoma(Rw); ISM @11.00a.m
4). Kibasila(Tz) vs Alliance High(Tz); TGT @11.00am

🏀Basketball Girls

Venues: ISM & St. Constantine
1). St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug) vs Nabisunsa(Ug) @9.00am
2). Joseph & Mary(Ug) vs Okeeswa(Tz) @9.00am
3). Ste. Bernadette(Rw) vs Kaya Tiwi(Ke) @9.00am
4). Juhudi(Tz) vs Machame(Tz) @11.00am
5). Buruburu(Ke) vs LDK(Rw) @11.00am

🏀Basketball Boys

Venues: ISM & St. Constantine
1). Buddo SS(Ug) vs Seroma CH(Ug) @9.00am
2). Lord Baden Powell(Tz) vs Galanos(Tz) @11.00am
3). Juhudi(Tz) vs Son Bosco(Tz) @3.00pm
4). Kibuli SS(Ug) vs LDK(Rw) @3.00pm
5). Dagoretti (Ke) vs College Marie Reine(Rw) @3.00pm

🏐Volleyball Boys

Venue: TGT
1). PS Karubanda(Rw) vs Don Bosco Gatenga(Rw) @9.00am
2). Lelmokwo(Ke) vs Twangoma(Tz) @11.00a.m
3). Mogonga(Ke) vs Mbogo Mixed(Ug) @11.00am
4). IPRC Karongi(Rw) vs Dynamic (Ug) @11.00am

🏐Volleyball Girls

Venue: TGT
1). Cheptil(Ke) vs Soweto(Ke) @3.00pm
2). Trust High(Ug) vs GS Indangaburezi(Rw) @3.00pm

🤾‍♂Handball Boys

Venue: TGT
1). Adegi(Rw) vs College Gisenyi(Rw) @11.00am
2). Mbooni(Ke) vs Kilombero SS(Tz) @11.00am
3). Kakungulu Memorial(Ug) vs Gombe SS(Ug) @3.00pm
4). ES Kigoma(Rw) vs St. Luke’s Kimilili(Ke) @3.00pm
5). Vwawa(Tz) vs Mwanakwerekwe(Zan) @3.00pm

⚾Netball Girls

Venue: ISM
1). St. Noa(Ug) vs Buddo SS(Ug) @9.00am
2). Kaya Tiwi(Ke) vs Kilindi(Tz) @11.00am
3). Makongo(Tz) vs Misungwi(Tz) @2.00pm
4). Ngando(Ug) vs St. Mary’s Kitende(Ug) @3.00pm

🏑Hockey Girls

Venue: St. Constantine
1). Old Kampala(Ug) vs Bweranyange(Ug) @11.00am
2). St. Cecilia Misikhu(Ke) vs Nyamira Girls(Ke) @11.00am

🏈Rugby 15’s

Venue: TGT
1). Kakamega (Ke) vs
Kangaru (Ke) @9.00am
2). Dagoretti(Ke) vs Ntaare School (Ug) @10.30am
3). 12:00 pm
St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) vs
Namilyango College (Ug) @12.00pm

2019 KDF Recruitment- Circulating advert is fake

Fake advert for the 2019 KDF recruitment
Fake advert for the 2019 KDF recruitment

The Kenya Defence Forces, KDF, has said an advert being circulated on the 2019 recruitment is fake. The ‘well drafted’ fictitious advert calls on Kenyans to tender in applications for various vacancies in the KDF.

Below is the fake advert;

The fake 2019 KDF recruitment advert.

Here is the warning from KDF;

‘FAKE KDF RECRUITMENT ADVERTISEMENT

It has come to our attention that fake messages on Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) recruitment exercise are being circulated on social media platforms.

We wish to state that Kenya Defence Forces is not currently engaged in any recruitment exercise. Kindly be advised that KDF recruitment exercise is advertised through mainstream media (Television, Newspapers & Radio), through Ministry of Defence website (www.mod.go.ke) and official KDF social media platforms (Twitter:@kdfinfo & Facebook: @OfficialKDF)

We therefore wish to urge members of the public to disregard the fake alerts.’

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