Football Body Sets Up Referees Review Panel

[The Herald] The ZIFA Referees Committee have set up a panel to review the performance of match officials every fortnight as a way of increasing the performance of officials ahead of the upcoming 2018 Premiership season.

[The Herald] The ZIFA Referees Committee have set up a panel to review the performance of match officials every fortnight as a way of increasing the performance of officials ahead of the upcoming 2018 Premiership season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

KDF, SNA Kill 23 Al-Shabaab Militants Near Kenyan Border in Clash

[Shabelle] A combined joint task force of the Somali National Army (SNA) and Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) AMISOM contingent killed 23 members of Al-Shabaab terror group in Fahfahdun town situated in the South West prefecture of Gedo Province of Somalia.

[Shabelle] A combined joint task force of the Somali National Army (SNA) and Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) AMISOM contingent killed 23 members of Al-Shabaab terror group in Fahfahdun town situated in the South West prefecture of Gedo Province of Somalia.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S. Says Two Al-Shabaab Killed in Latest Somalia Airstrike

[Shabelle] The U.S. military says it has killed two extremists and wounded another in an airstrike against al-Shabab fighters in Somalia. A statement from U.S. Africa Command on Tuesday said the airstrike was carried out Monday near Jilib in Middle Jub…

[Shabelle] The U.S. military says it has killed two extremists and wounded another in an airstrike against al-Shabab fighters in Somalia. A statement from U.S. Africa Command on Tuesday said the airstrike was carried out Monday near Jilib in Middle Juba region.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Civil Engineering Graduate Tinashe Chipako Wins Award for Recycled Urine Project

[This is Africa] University of Cape Town Civil engineering graduate Tinashe Chipako won an award for his recycled urine project that could lead to less flushing and more water conservation. The project investigated the feasibility of implementing water…

[This is Africa] University of Cape Town Civil engineering graduate Tinashe Chipako won an award for his recycled urine project that could lead to less flushing and more water conservation. The project investigated the feasibility of implementing waterless urinals on UCT's upper campus, and also revealed that tons of fertiliser could be made from urine collected on campus.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Botswana Calls for Kabila to Relinquish Power

[This is Africa] The government of Botswana has called out Joseph Kabila for delaying elections urging the Democratic Republic of Congo’s leadership to relinquish power. Botswana has also urged the International community to put more pressure on the le…

[This is Africa] The government of Botswana has called out Joseph Kabila for delaying elections urging the Democratic Republic of Congo's leadership to relinquish power. Botswana has also urged the International community to put more pressure on the leadership in the DRC to relinquish power and pave way for the ushering in of a new political dispensation.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Ecocash Savings Club Scoops Global Award

[CAJ News] Harare -ECO-CASH Savings Club, the offering by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe and Mahindra Comviva, has received a global award for empowering women in the developing world.

[CAJ News] Harare -ECO-CASH Savings Club, the offering by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe and Mahindra Comviva, has received a global award for empowering women in the developing world.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Virgin Money Revolutionises Money Transfers

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -ELECTRONIC Funds Transfer (EFT) could be a thing of the past as a local financial services provider plans to change the way friends exchange money.

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -ELECTRONIC Funds Transfer (EFT) could be a thing of the past as a local financial services provider plans to change the way friends exchange money.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

PM Share Dividends Under Scrutiny

[Swazi Media] Swaziland’s Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini stands to be paid E150,000 (US$13,000) from a company that has shares in controversial cell phone company MTN Swaziland.

[Swazi Media] Swaziland's Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini stands to be paid E150,000 (US$13,000) from a company that has shares in controversial cell phone company MTN Swaziland.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland