Preparing for Bumper Harvest

[The Herald] Bumper Harvest Several studies have shown that grain storage loss can cost farmers 25 percent-30 percent of their yield for the season in most cases due to high moisture, pest damage, fungal/bacterial infections, and rodent damage.

[The Herald] Bumper Harvest Several studies have shown that grain storage loss can cost farmers 25 percent-30 percent of their yield for the season in most cases due to high moisture, pest damage, fungal/bacterial infections, and rodent damage.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Goverment to Cut Farm Sizes

[The Herald] Government plans to soon reduce huge farms to reasonably small pieces of land to meet demand from more land-hungry Zimbabweans before bringing closure to the land redistribution chapter, a Cabinet minister has revealed.

[The Herald] Government plans to soon reduce huge farms to reasonably small pieces of land to meet demand from more land-hungry Zimbabweans before bringing closure to the land redistribution chapter, a Cabinet minister has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Endorses Sweeping Reforms

[Daily News] RULING Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) yesterday endorsed sweeping reforms, with its Chairman President John Magufuli vowing to fiercely fight the party’s dependence and corrupt elements.

[Daily News] RULING Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) yesterday endorsed sweeping reforms, with its Chairman President John Magufuli vowing to fiercely fight the party's dependence and corrupt elements.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Demolition Continues As SGR Gets Ahead

[Daily News] ONGOING demolition of unplanned structures along the central railway line from the City centre to Pugu Station by state owned Reli Assets Holding Company (RAHCO) is slated for completion tomorrow.

[Daily News] ONGOING demolition of unplanned structures along the central railway line from the City centre to Pugu Station by state owned Reli Assets Holding Company (RAHCO) is slated for completion tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Sir George Kahama Is No More

[Daily News] TANZANIA’S long serving public servant, Sir George Kahama is dead. According to a State House statement in Dar es Salaam last night, Sir Kahama passed away yesterday at Muhimbili National Hospital where he was receiving treatment for unspe…

[Daily News] TANZANIA'S long serving public servant, Sir George Kahama is dead. According to a State House statement in Dar es Salaam last night, Sir Kahama passed away yesterday at Muhimbili National Hospital where he was receiving treatment for unspecified illness.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Soccer – Soft Goals Cost Amajita Dearly As They Miss Out On Bronze

[Sascoc] The Amajita national U20 men’s side went down 2-1 to Guinea in the CAF U20 Africa Cup of Nations third/fourth place play-off on Sunday afternoon, meaning they lost out on a bronze medal.

[Sascoc] The Amajita national U20 men's side went down 2-1 to Guinea in the CAF U20 Africa Cup of Nations third/fourth place play-off on Sunday afternoon, meaning they lost out on a bronze medal.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea

Rwanda, Sao Tome and Príncipe Ink Five Bilateral Agreements

[New Times] Rwanda and the São Tomé and Príncipe have signed five bilateral agreements during an official visit to Kigali by the country’s minister for foreign affairs and communities, Urbino Botelho.

[New Times] Rwanda and the São Tomé and Príncipe have signed five bilateral agreements during an official visit to Kigali by the country's minister for foreign affairs and communities, Urbino Botelho.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda