Chevrons in Another Dramatic Escape

[The Herald] Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer felt his team had once again dodged a bullet after they pulled off a great escape to end up with a hard-fought point in a thrilling tie against Scotland in their final ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier Group B …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer felt his team had once again dodged a bullet after they pulled off a great escape to end up with a hard-fought point in a thrilling tie against Scotland in their final ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier Group B match at Queens Sports Club yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Contaminated Water – Govt to Publish Details of Spending, Locations of Projects

[Premium Times] Following a Freedom of Information request by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), the federal government has reportedly agreed to publish details of spending and locations of projects on water and sanitation for pe…

[Premium Times] Following a Freedom of Information request by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), the federal government has reportedly agreed to publish details of spending and locations of projects on water and sanitation for periods covering 2010--2016, as well as details of allocations to the 36 states of the federation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Minister Accolades Umisseta Games Sponsors

[Daily News] Minister in the President’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Government Authorities), Selemani Jafo has hailed Coca-Cola for investing in secondary school sports competitions (Umisseta) once again this year, pledging that his mini…

[Daily News] Minister in the President's Office (Regional Administration and Local Government Authorities), Selemani Jafo has hailed Coca-Cola for investing in secondary school sports competitions (Umisseta) once again this year, pledging that his ministry is committed to provide full support to the beverage company.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt in Drive to Urbanise Growth Points

[The Herald] Government is looking at creating urban settings around growth points and service centres in the communal areas as part of efforts to accelerate the country’s urbanisation.

[The Herald] Government is looking at creating urban settings around growth points and service centres in the communal areas as part of efforts to accelerate the country's urbanisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mawji Wins Britam Insurance Golf Title

[Daily News] Dinesh Mawji shrugged off stiff opposition to win Britam Insurance Golf title in a 18- hole tournament at the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club (DGC) over the weekend.

[Daily News] Dinesh Mawji shrugged off stiff opposition to win Britam Insurance Golf title in a 18- hole tournament at the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club (DGC) over the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Libyan Returnees in Edo State Disrupt Empowerment Programme Over Alleged Bias

[Guardian] Benin City -Some Libyan returnees in Edo State yesterday disrupted an empowerment programme over alleged bias in the selection of beneficiaries by the state task force on Human Trafficking and Illegal Migration.

[Guardian] Benin City -Some Libyan returnees in Edo State yesterday disrupted an empowerment programme over alleged bias in the selection of beneficiaries by the state task force on Human Trafficking and Illegal Migration.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Disaster Called Edo State House of Assembly

[Vanguard] I thought I was in a trance of some sort while reading from the internet madrasa that Edo State House of Assembly has legislated against its own autonomy, the Judiciary, as much as against the Edo people!

[Vanguard] I thought I was in a trance of some sort while reading from the internet madrasa that Edo State House of Assembly has legislated against its own autonomy, the Judiciary, as much as against the Edo people!

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Hate Speech… Experts Insist On Review of Nigerian Media Code of Election

[Guardian] Media practitioners have canvassed the review of Nigerian Media Code of Election to guide against hate speech. They made the appeal in Lagos at a two-day meeting of International Press Centre (IPC), organised with the support of European Uni…

[Guardian] Media practitioners have canvassed the review of Nigerian Media Code of Election to guide against hate speech. They made the appeal in Lagos at a two-day meeting of International Press Centre (IPC), organised with the support of European Union (EU). The focus was on section four of the Code, which states that hate speech and other forms of incitement could lead to violence and threaten the democratic fabric of a society, and urged journalists to use temperate language in reporting electoral processes among

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria