Chiefs Demand Hens From Villagers for Residence Letters

[New Zimbabwe] THE National Electoral Reforms Agenda (NERA) has confronted the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) after it emerged that some traditional leaders were demanding chicken from potential voters who would have requested letters of proof of …

[New Zimbabwe] THE National Electoral Reforms Agenda (NERA) has confronted the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) after it emerged that some traditional leaders were demanding chicken from potential voters who would have requested letters of proof of residence.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Agriculture Minister Orders Sacking of Three Officials

[Citizen] Geita -Agriculture and Livestock minister, Dr Charles Tizeba, has directed the ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Mr Methew Mtigumwe, to sack three officials and suspend three others over corruption allegations.

[Citizen] Geita -Agriculture and Livestock minister, Dr Charles Tizeba, has directed the ministry's Permanent Secretary, Mr Methew Mtigumwe, to sack three officials and suspend three others over corruption allegations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Risky Eye Problems You Shouldn’t Ignore

[Citizen] Eye problems can affect our quality of life if they go unnoticed. Most people don’t really consider the importance of an ‘eye exam’, until or unless they see a visible symptom, in most cases swelling.

[Citizen] Eye problems can affect our quality of life if they go unnoticed. Most people don't really consider the importance of an 'eye exam', until or unless they see a visible symptom, in most cases swelling.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Africa’s Schooling Without Learning

[The Source] Accra -As the school year began this September, there was welcome news for Ghana’s nearly half-million students entering high school: President Nana Akufo-Addo had fulfilled his campaign promise of free secondary education for children nat…

[The Source] Accra -As the school year began this September, there was welcome news for Ghana's nearly half-million students entering high school: President Nana Akufo-Addo had fulfilled his campaign promise of free secondary education for children nationwide. He swore not only to do away with admissions fees, but also to provide free textbooks and meals, the cost of which had often remained a barrier for the poorest students.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Economy Diversification Demands Major Investment in Agriculture

[ANGOP] Luanda -The country’s economic diversification process necessarily demands major investment in agriculture, be it in technical and technological resources or in the area of infrastructures, as well as in terms of human resources, this being a c…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The country's economic diversification process necessarily demands major investment in agriculture, be it in technical and technological resources or in the area of infrastructures, as well as in terms of human resources, this being a conclusion reached by the Ministry of Social Action, Family and Promotion of Women.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Zimbabwe Police Harassment – a Tourist’s Lament

[The Source] Zimbabwe is an expensive tourist destination if one measures the value of the Rand (or Pula) against the Dollar and consider the most expensive border fees in the region.

[The Source] Zimbabwe is an expensive tourist destination if one measures the value of the Rand (or Pula) against the Dollar and consider the most expensive border fees in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe