TPA Donates U.S. $7 000 – Desks

[Daily News] TANZANIA Ports Authority (TPA) yesterday donated 15m/- to Nyasa District in Ruvuma region for purchasing 500 school desks in efforts to minimize the shortage of such furniture for schools in the district.

[Daily News] TANZANIA Ports Authority (TPA) yesterday donated 15m/- to Nyasa District in Ruvuma region for purchasing 500 school desks in efforts to minimize the shortage of such furniture for schools in the district.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Power – Govt Out With Policy Position to Evacuate Stranded 2,000MW

[Vanguard] Abuja -While awaiting full take-off of the eligible customer policy, the Federal Government said, yesterday, that it was putting together a policy position that will help expand distribution network of Distribution Companies, DISCOs, to evac…

[Vanguard] Abuja -While awaiting full take-off of the eligible customer policy, the Federal Government said, yesterday, that it was putting together a policy position that will help expand distribution network of Distribution Companies, DISCOs, to evacuate the stranded 2,000 megawatts of electricity and make them available to Nigerians.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘We’re Not Targeting’ Grace Mugabe Allies, Says Anti-Graft Watchdog

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s anti-graft watchdog has reportedly denied reports that it is targeting former first lady Grace Mugabe’s allies, saying, however, that it is “following up on cases with proof provided to them”.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's anti-graft watchdog has reportedly denied reports that it is targeting former first lady Grace Mugabe's allies, saying, however, that it is "following up on cases with proof provided to them".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Mnangagwa Speaks On Prices

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmeson Mnangagwa on December 18 lashed out at the continued hiking of prices by some industry players describing it as counter economic and derailing government’s efforts to set Zimbabwe on a developmental path again.

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmeson Mnangagwa on December 18 lashed out at the continued hiking of prices by some industry players describing it as counter economic and derailing government's efforts to set Zimbabwe on a developmental path again.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Farmers/Herdsmen Clashes – Nigeria to Establish Cattle Colonies

[Premium Times] The federal government says it will soon commence the establishment of cattle colonies in the states to check increasing cases of farmers-herdsmen clashes in the country.

[Premium Times] The federal government says it will soon commence the establishment of cattle colonies in the states to check increasing cases of farmers-herdsmen clashes in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Air Force Helicopter Suffers Mishap

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), says its Mi-17 Helicopter has suffered a mishap while undertaking a mission in the ongoing counter-insurgency operation in the North-east.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), says its Mi-17 Helicopter has suffered a mishap while undertaking a mission in the ongoing counter-insurgency operation in the North-east.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Will Army Green Reign the Streets Again in 2018?

[263Chat] Following the 2016 ban on military gear (camouflage) by Zimbabwe Defense Forces (ZDF), fashion crazy youths have already moved to army green themed wear which made waves in 2017 but the big question is will the new year bring with it a new co…

[263Chat] Following the 2016 ban on military gear (camouflage) by Zimbabwe Defense Forces (ZDF), fashion crazy youths have already moved to army green themed wear which made waves in 2017 but the big question is will the new year bring with it a new color theme/trend?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe