HIV Test Results Go Uncollected

[The Herald] About 18 percent of people who tested for HIV in Bulawayo from January to June this year did not collect their results, statistics show. According to the National Aids Council (nac) second quarter report for Bulawayo province, 6 322 people…

[The Herald] About 18 percent of people who tested for HIV in Bulawayo from January to June this year did not collect their results, statistics show. According to the National Aids Council (nac) second quarter report for Bulawayo province, 6 322 people were tested and 5 154 of them have been initiated on anti-retroviral medication. "From January to June this year, 67 618people tested for HIV in the whole province. Of those, 6 322 tested HIV positive, but 18 percent of those results were not accounted for. From those, 3

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ten-Year Bonds Attract Over 210bn/

[Daily News] APPETITE for the ten-year treasury bonds auctioned last week was high after attracting bids worth 219.98bn/- an indication of improved liquidity among investors in debt securities.

[Daily News] APPETITE for the ten-year treasury bonds auctioned last week was high after attracting bids worth 219.98bn/- an indication of improved liquidity among investors in debt securities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Pangani DED to Be Investigated As 36m/ – Goes Missing

[Daily News] THE government has ordered an investigation into allegations that the Pangani District Executive Director (DED) , Sabas Chambas, misappropriated 36m/- out of the 42m/- allocated to the Mangrove tree protection and planting project under th…

[Daily News] THE government has ordered an investigation into allegations that the Pangani District Executive Director (DED) , Sabas Chambas, misappropriated 36m/- out of the 42m/- allocated to the Mangrove tree protection and planting project under the supervision of the Vice President's Office.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

All Set for Muvuti Burial

[The Herald] Thousands of people are expected to throng the National Heroes Acre today for the burial of national hero Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti who died at West End Hospital last Wednesday. He was 84. Yesterday, Cde Muvuti’s body was taken to his rural h…

[The Herald] Thousands of people are expected to throng the National Heroes Acre today for the burial of national hero Cde Don Kwaedza Muvuti who died at West End Hospital last Wednesday. He was 84. Yesterday, Cde Muvuti's body was taken to his rural home in Hwedza, where his kinsmen bade him farewell.Upon return from Hwedza, a church service was held for him at Zaoga FIF in Sunningdale. Burial proceedings are expected to start in the morning at Stodart Hall in Mbare, where President Mugabe will lead mourners in body v

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

EAC Pushing for Secured Medical Drugs

[Daily News] IN a bid to ensure quality, safety and efficacy of medical products imported or manufactured in East African community member states, the regional body, with the help from various development partners, is implementing special program of Me…

[Daily News] IN a bid to ensure quality, safety and efficacy of medical products imported or manufactured in East African community member states, the regional body, with the help from various development partners, is implementing special program of Medical Regulatory Harmonization Program (EAC-MRH).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

#UnitedBehind Activists Expected to March Demanding Zuma’s Arrest

[News24Wire] Activists from #UnitedBehind are on Wednesday expected to march from Central Methodist Mission in Greenmarket Square in Cape Town to an undisclosed location to demand the arrest of President Jacob Zuma.

[News24Wire] Activists from #UnitedBehind are on Wednesday expected to march from Central Methodist Mission in Greenmarket Square in Cape Town to an undisclosed location to demand the arrest of President Jacob Zuma.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

EAC Textile Sector Encouraged to Maximise Technology

[Daily News] TEXTILE industry players in the region have been challenged to start making garments that require low level technology and skills as the East African Community (EAC) countries prepare to phase-out imported used clothes.

[Daily News] TEXTILE industry players in the region have been challenged to start making garments that require low level technology and skills as the East African Community (EAC) countries prepare to phase-out imported used clothes.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania