Zamalek Closer to Sign CAPS United Forward Amidu

[The Herald] Five-time African champions Zamalek have moved closer to securing the signature of CAPS United forward Abbas Amidu after officially indicating their interest in signing the forward who destroyed them with a superb double strike in a CAF Ch…

[The Herald] Five-time African champions Zamalek have moved closer to securing the signature of CAPS United forward Abbas Amidu after officially indicating their interest in signing the forward who destroyed them with a superb double strike in a CAF Champions League showdown at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

U.S.$45 Million Availed for Roads Rehab

[The Herald] Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) has disbursed over $45 million to local authorities for the rehabilitation of roads, following excessive damage caused by recent heavy rains. The money was disbursed under the Emergency Road …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) has disbursed over $45 million to local authorities for the rehabilitation of roads, following excessive damage caused by recent heavy rains. The money was disbursed under the Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme created in response to the damage caused by floods.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Warriors Out to Tame Crocodiles in Cosafa Semi-Final Clash

[The Herald] As Zimbabwe brace for their COSAFA Castle Cup semi-final clash against Lesotho tonight, the Warriors are having to grapple with fatigue from a congested fixture programme that has come with their progress in the tournament.

[The Herald] As Zimbabwe brace for their COSAFA Castle Cup semi-final clash against Lesotho tonight, the Warriors are having to grapple with fatigue from a congested fixture programme that has come with their progress in the tournament.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

I Have No Regret Retiring Politically Exposed Military Officers – Obasanjo

[Premium Times] A former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has said that he owed nobody apology for retiring politically exposed military officers during Nigeria’s return to democratic rule in 1999.

[Premium Times] A former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has said that he owed nobody apology for retiring politically exposed military officers during Nigeria's return to democratic rule in 1999.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kenya Gets Sh14.6 Billion Loan, Grants From Japan for Infrastructure

[Nation] Japan has offered Kenya Sh14.6 billion in loan and grants for upgrade of Ngong Road, expansion of roads linked to the Port of Mombasa and purchase of patrol boats.

[Nation] Japan has offered Kenya Sh14.6 billion in loan and grants for upgrade of Ngong Road, expansion of roads linked to the Port of Mombasa and purchase of patrol boats.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

From the Margins, Reggae Continues to Struggle for Human Dignity

[The Conversation Africa] Anthropologist Carole Yawney has documented how on the eve of South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994 the African National Congress (ANC) distributed an electoral leaflet in townships with the following message:

[The Conversation Africa] Anthropologist Carole Yawney has documented how on the eve of South Africa's first democratic elections in 1994 the African National Congress (ANC) distributed an electoral leaflet in townships with the following message:

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

When You Enter a Polling Station on August 8, This Is What Will Happen

[Nation] With 33 days to the August 8 general election, do you know what will happen on that second Tuesday of August when 19 million Kenyans are expected go to the polls?

[Nation] With 33 days to the August 8 general election, do you know what will happen on that second Tuesday of August when 19 million Kenyans are expected go to the polls?

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya