Popya With Willem Amutenya

[New Era] Windhoek -“We may not be living the life we ought to live; we may not be doing what we ought to do in life; we may not be eating the food we ought to eat; we may not be attaining what we ought to own, but we must never ever give up on walking…

[New Era] Windhoek -"We may not be living the life we ought to live; we may not be doing what we ought to do in life; we may not be eating the food we ought to eat; we may not be attaining what we ought to own, but we must never ever give up on walking the arduous journey of success. If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem, therefore make the choice for your life, and hold firm on it," 29-year-old Willem Amutenya advises fellow youths.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Forms to Be Used to Verify Results After Opposition’s Protest

[Nation] The electoral commission has begun a physical verification of the results using the forms filed by its officers at the polling stations and constituency tallying centres following claims that its systems have been hacked.

[Nation] The electoral commission has begun a physical verification of the results using the forms filed by its officers at the polling stations and constituency tallying centres following claims that its systems have been hacked.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Payment of Outstanding Invoices Critical for Industry’

[New Era] Windhoek -The Construction Industries Federation (CIF) says government’s pledge to pay outstanding invoices by the end of August means the construction industry will be able to meet their financial obligations, which will keep many businesses…

[New Era] Windhoek -The Construction Industries Federation (CIF) says government's pledge to pay outstanding invoices by the end of August means the construction industry will be able to meet their financial obligations, which will keep many businesses from going under.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Kenya’s Long Journey to Electronic Voting System

[Nation] When President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the controversial Election Laws (Amendment) Bill into law in January this year and allowed the use of a manual back-up in case the electronic system failed, the Opposition threatened to call for mass action.

[Nation] When President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the controversial Election Laws (Amendment) Bill into law in January this year and allowed the use of a manual back-up in case the electronic system failed, the Opposition threatened to call for mass action.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Bank Floats U.S.$60 Million Bond for Road Repairs

[The Herald] Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara), through ZB Bank, is floating a $60 million bond to spruce up the country’s road network, half of which was recently damaged by rains, ZB Financial Holdings Chief Executive Officer Ron Mutand…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara), through ZB Bank, is floating a $60 million bond to spruce up the country's road network, half of which was recently damaged by rains, ZB Financial Holdings Chief Executive Officer Ron Mutandagayi said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Cries Foul Over Alleged Elections Cheating, But at What Cost?

[Daily Maverick] Minutes after contender for Kenya’s presidency Raila Odinga held another televised press briefing on Wednesday alleging serious vote-rigging by President Uhuru Kenyatta, protests and clashes were reported in hotspots like Nairobi’s Mat…

[Daily Maverick] Minutes after contender for Kenya's presidency Raila Odinga held another televised press briefing on Wednesday alleging serious vote-rigging by President Uhuru Kenyatta, protests and clashes were reported in hotspots like Nairobi's Mathare, where two people have been shot dead and another five were wounded by police, and Kibera slums, as well as in Kisumu in the west. By CARIEN DU PLESSIS.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Agricultural Output Gone Down Since Land Reform’

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS) has admitted agricultural production in the country has been on a downward trend and on Tuesday announced it would introduce a new section aimed at encouraging farmers to improve their yields.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS) has admitted agricultural production in the country has been on a downward trend and on Tuesday announced it would introduce a new section aimed at encouraging farmers to improve their yields.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe