Buhari Makes Case for Refund of Looted Funds At UN

[Vanguard] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari will today at the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly make case for the intervention of world leaders for the refund of the country’s looted funds slashed away in various foreign bank account…

[Vanguard] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari will today at the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly make case for the intervention of world leaders for the refund of the country's looted funds slashed away in various foreign bank accounts in Europe and America.

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Govt Seeks Residents Support Over Park Sale

[The Herald] Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is seeking residents’ input over the sale of a part of Harare Gardens to hospitality group, Africa Sun (Pvt) Ltd for expansion of Crowne Plaza Hotel. The devel…

[The Herald] Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is seeking residents' input over the sale of a part of Harare Gardens to hospitality group, Africa Sun (Pvt) Ltd for expansion of Crowne Plaza Hotel. The development will also include a state-of-the-art conference centre among other facilities. In terms of Section 49 (4) of the Regional, Town and Country Planning Act (Chapter 29:12) the minister is obliged to give public notice on his intention to grant the proposed change and

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Community Assistance Sought By the Detectives in Kwanobuhle

[SAPS] Kwanobuhle police have launched a manhunt for suspect(s) following the senseless murder of two males. Detectives from the South African Police Service in Kwanobuhle are also looking for any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspec…

[SAPS] Kwanobuhle police have launched a manhunt for suspect(s) following the senseless murder of two males. Detectives from the South African Police Service in Kwanobuhle are also looking for any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect/s involved in the murder of Wandile Latile (33) and an unidentified male. It is alleged that Latile and the unidentified male was visiting the Meat Corner in Mabandla Road, Kwanobuhle last night, Sunday, 17 September 2017 and stepped out of the premises at about 2

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Leadership Vacuum Is Costing Us Dearly

[Democracy Works] This quote is attributed to Cicero, the Roman lawyer who himself railed against the excesses of the late Roman Republic in many of his prosecutions, most famously against Gaius Verres. Ironically, one of the charges against Verres was…

[Democracy Works] This quote is attributed to Cicero, the Roman lawyer who himself railed against the excesses of the late Roman Republic in many of his prosecutions, most famously against Gaius Verres. Ironically, one of the charges against Verres was that he enriched himself through public construction contracts, most notably fixing the temple of Castor and Pollux. The Roman Republic eventually destroyed itself through corruption, disorganisation and bloody battle.

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Village Solar Microgrid Project Launched in Korogwe

[Daily News] AT least 50 households in Mpale village, Korogwe District have been connected to solar micro-grid during a project launched between the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in collaboration with Ensol Tanzania Ltd.

[Daily News] AT least 50 households in Mpale village, Korogwe District have been connected to solar micro-grid during a project launched between the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in collaboration with Ensol Tanzania Ltd.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Eib Conference in Egypt Calls for Private Sector to Lead New Push for Investments in the Mediterranean Region

[PR Newswire] Luxembourg -The drive for jobs and growth in the Mediterranean region should be led by the private sector. This was the call today, as the European Investment Bank (EIB) held an international conference in Cairo dedicated to “Boosting inv…

[PR Newswire] Luxembourg -The drive for jobs and growth in the Mediterranean region should be led by the private sector. This was the call today, as the European Investment Bank (EIB) held an international conference in Cairo dedicated to "Boosting investments in the Mediterranean region", in partnership with the Ministry of International Cooperation and Investment, the European Union Delegation to Egypt and the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM). The conference participants discussed regional challenges and opportunities in the con

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Evictee Complaints Blamed On Unjust Hopes

[Daily News] UNJUSTIFIABLY high expectations are the reason behind complaints by people evicted to pave the way for execution of development projects, the government explained yesterday.

[Daily News] UNJUSTIFIABLY high expectations are the reason behind complaints by people evicted to pave the way for execution of development projects, the government explained yesterday.

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EAC, Germany Ties Saluted As New Envoy Jets in

[Daily News] THE East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, Ambassador Liberat Mfumukeko, has hailed the strong relations between the EAC and the Federal Republic of Germany as he received credentials from a new diplomat from the European Union na…

[Daily News] THE East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, Ambassador Liberat Mfumukeko, has hailed the strong relations between the EAC and the Federal Republic of Germany as he received credentials from a new diplomat from the European Union nation.

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What Makes Young African Muslims Join Jihadi Groups?

[Deutsche Welle] Many young Africans hope that extremist groups will help them escape poverty, hopelessness and frustration. A new United Nations report warns that the problem is getting worse.

[Deutsche Welle] Many young Africans hope that extremist groups will help them escape poverty, hopelessness and frustration. A new United Nations report warns that the problem is getting worse.

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