MDC-T Candidate Verification Exercise Ends Prematurely and in Chaos

[New Zimbabwe] An MDC-T candidate verification process ended prematurely in Kwekwe last week after the National Chairperson Morgan Komichi touched a raw nerve by mentioning the emotive issue of an alliance with other parties.

[New Zimbabwe] An MDC-T candidate verification process ended prematurely in Kwekwe last week after the National Chairperson Morgan Komichi touched a raw nerve by mentioning the emotive issue of an alliance with other parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Saving Lives, One Birth at a Time

[allAfrica] Today, on the International Day of the Midwife, we not only commit to celebrating midwives as they lead the way with quality care, but to giving them a platform to inform global health policy. As frontline healthworkers at the heart of each…

[allAfrica] Today, on the International Day of the Midwife, we not only commit to celebrating midwives as they lead the way with quality care, but to giving them a platform to inform global health policy. As frontline healthworkers at the heart of each community, midwives are best placed to advise Governments, leaders and agencies on the critical changes needed to improve health outcomes.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Lungu Eligible for 2021 Polls – Opposition

[Times of Zambia] Christian Democratic Party leader Dan Pule and three others have insisted that Republican President Edgar Lungu is eligible to contest the 2021 Presidential elections.

[Times of Zambia] Christian Democratic Party leader Dan Pule and three others have insisted that Republican President Edgar Lungu is eligible to contest the 2021 Presidential elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Edible Oil Price Soars Due to Shortage

[Daily News] IMPORTED cooking oil prices have skyrocketed in parts of Dar es Salaam as the market experiences acute shortage of the product. Daily News survey in some areas of Dar es Salaam city showed retail price of a 20-litre bucket of imported cook…

[Daily News] IMPORTED cooking oil prices have skyrocketed in parts of Dar es Salaam as the market experiences acute shortage of the product. Daily News survey in some areas of Dar es Salaam city showed retail price of a 20-litre bucket of imported cooking oil brands 'Korie' soared to 70,000/- from 52,000/- in less than ten days.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Banks Lending, Deposits Rates Decline

[Daily News] BANKS average lending and deposits interest rates declined in the year ending February compared to January and the corresponding month in 2017 as response to the easing monetary policy stance albeit with a lag.

[Daily News] BANKS average lending and deposits interest rates declined in the year ending February compared to January and the corresponding month in 2017 as response to the easing monetary policy stance albeit with a lag.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

High Court Temporarily Suspends Content Regulations

[Daily News] The High Court Mtwara zone has issued a temporary injunction against the effecting of online content regulations. The injunction was issued on Thursday May 4, while the implementation of the new laws was set to begin May 5.

[Daily News] The High Court Mtwara zone has issued a temporary injunction against the effecting of online content regulations. The injunction was issued on Thursday May 4, while the implementation of the new laws was set to begin May 5.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Let’s Welcome Observers – Mnangagwa

[The Herald] Zimbabweans should welcome international observers coming for the harmonised elections and demonstrate to the world that the country’s democracy had come of age, President Mnangagwa has said. The Head of State and Government and Commander-…

[The Herald] Zimbabweans should welcome international observers coming for the harmonised elections and demonstrate to the world that the country's democracy had come of age, President Mnangagwa has said. The Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces reiterated that the forthcoming elections would be free, fair and credible.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe