NRC Attributes Delay in Rail Projects to Counterpart Funding From Exim Bank

[Daily Trust] The Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) yesterday attributed the delay in completion of the Calabar-Port Harcourt, Kaduna-Kano rail projects to the non-payment of counterpart funding from the Chinese EXIM bank.

[Daily Trust] The Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) yesterday attributed the delay in completion of the Calabar-Port Harcourt, Kaduna-Kano rail projects to the non-payment of counterpart funding from the Chinese EXIM bank.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

PMGMAN – Govt’s Policies Will Lead to Export of Nigerian Medicines

[This Day] The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Group of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (PMGMAN) has expressed optimism that the recent Executive Orders given by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on the Support for Local Content in Public Procurement …

[This Day] The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Group of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (PMGMAN) has expressed optimism that the recent Executive Orders given by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on the Support for Local Content in Public Procurement will lead to export of Nigerian medicines abroad.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

N$866 000 Raised for Anti-Poaching Drive

[Namibian] THE Hunters United Against Poaching Trust last Thursday hosted a gala dinner and fund raising auction during which N$866 000 was raised for use in anti-poaching activities.

[Namibian] THE Hunters United Against Poaching Trust last Thursday hosted a gala dinner and fund raising auction during which N$866 000 was raised for use in anti-poaching activities.

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Another Inmate Assaulted By Prison Guards

[Namibian] AN awaiting-trial inmate at the Oluno Correctional Facility near Ondangwa was allegedly badly assaulted with batons and pepper-sprayed by three prison wardens last week.

[Namibian] AN awaiting-trial inmate at the Oluno Correctional Facility near Ondangwa was allegedly badly assaulted with batons and pepper-sprayed by three prison wardens last week.

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Call to Help Women Adapt to Climate Change

[Namibian] NAMIBIAN women are most affected by impacts of climate change, and it is important that Namibia comes up with strategies that take into account the gender perspective, says the environment commissioner.

[Namibian] NAMIBIAN women are most affected by impacts of climate change, and it is important that Namibia comes up with strategies that take into account the gender perspective, says the environment commissioner.

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Rehoboth Bank Robbers Denied Bail

[Namibian] THREE of the six suspects arrested in connection with the N$1,3 million theft at Rehoboth’s Bank Windhoek branch on Monday were denied bail in the town’s magistrate’s court yesterday.

[Namibian] THREE of the six suspects arrested in connection with the N$1,3 million theft at Rehoboth's Bank Windhoek branch on Monday were denied bail in the town's magistrate's court yesterday.

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Polycare Ready for Nam Housing Crisis

[Namibian] THE German company Polycare Research and Technologies that promoted the low-cost housing initiative launched as part of the Invest in Namibia conference last November has found local partners.

[Namibian] THE German company Polycare Research and Technologies that promoted the low-cost housing initiative launched as part of the Invest in Namibia conference last November has found local partners.

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Forex Crisis May Hamper 2017 Christian Pilgrimage

[Guardian] Asaba -Deepened foreign exchange (forex) crisis may affect the 2017 Christian pilgrimage. The unfolding forex crisis, it was gathered, is coming on the heels of the Federal Government’s directive to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to stop …

[Guardian] Asaba -Deepened foreign exchange (forex) crisis may affect the 2017 Christian pilgrimage. The unfolding forex crisis, it was gathered, is coming on the heels of the Federal Government's directive to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to stop the concession of exchange rate for dollars to pilgrims in the country.

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