Proposed Coalition Exposes Opposition’s Poor Leadership Calibre

[The Herald] Events in the opposition camp over the past few weeks should have left its adherents under no illusion about the type of leadership they are cursed with.If recent utterances by those opposition leaders who claim to lead the biggest opposit…

[The Herald] Events in the opposition camp over the past few weeks should have left its adherents under no illusion about the type of leadership they are cursed with.If recent utterances by those opposition leaders who claim to lead the biggest opposition outfits in the country are anything to go by, then the Zimbabwean opposition politics is doomed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tanzania Among Top Growing Economies in 2018

[Daily News] World Bank has forecasted Tanzania as the third fastest growing economy in Africa next year after Ethiopia and Ghana. In a brief report, Global Economic Prospects: Sub-Saharan Africa, the WB predicted Tanzania to grow 7.2 per cent behind G…

[Daily News] World Bank has forecasted Tanzania as the third fastest growing economy in Africa next year after Ethiopia and Ghana. In a brief report, Global Economic Prospects: Sub-Saharan Africa, the WB predicted Tanzania to grow 7.2 per cent behind Ghana 7.8 per cent and Ethiopia 8.3 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Schools Urged to Embrace Versatile Curriculum

[The Herald] Schools should embrace the new curriculum because it has a versatile approach to education that promotes both academic and skills training, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango has…

[The Herald] Schools should embrace the new curriculum because it has a versatile approach to education that promotes both academic and skills training, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango has said. Speaking at the official presentation of the Secretary's Merit Award to Glen View 2 Secondary School in Harare on Tuesday, Dr Utete-Masango said it was important that students left school with special skills.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Back to Square One At Outapi Hospital

[Namibian] Expectant mothers at the Outapi State Hospital in Omusati have gone back to bathing in the open at the NamWater canal on the outskirts of the town after hospital authorities allegedly barred them from bathing in the hospital.

[Namibian] Expectant mothers at the Outapi State Hospital in Omusati have gone back to bathing in the open at the NamWater canal on the outskirts of the town after hospital authorities allegedly barred them from bathing in the hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Trade Negotiation Office to Advise Govt On How to Resolve EPA Challenge

[This Day] Abuja -When it fully takes off, the newly-approved Nigeria Office for Trade Negotiation (NOTN) is to advise the federal government on how best to go about resolving the contentious Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), the Minister of Indust…

[This Day] Abuja -When it fully takes off, the newly-approved Nigeria Office for Trade Negotiation (NOTN) is to advise the federal government on how best to go about resolving the contentious Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Fomer Medical Aid Society Boss Dube’s Hands Clean’

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has cleared former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube and his board of any wrongdoing during their tenure of office. Investigations by ZACC foll…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has cleared former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube and his board of any wrongdoing during their tenure of office. Investigations by ZACC following a report by PSMAS board chairperson Mr Jeremiah Bvirindi, revealed that Dr Dube, who was earning $236 000 a month, had no case to answer on the six counts he was facing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bank Loan Story Irks Minister’s Assistant

[Namibian] Esau Mbako, the executive assistant to the finance minister, is demanding an apology and retraction of a story published by The Namibian that he received a N$700 000 loan from the SME Bank.

[Namibian] Esau Mbako, the executive assistant to the finance minister, is demanding an apology and retraction of a story published by The Namibian that he received a N$700 000 loan from the SME Bank.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bank Employees Sue for Work Permits

[Namibian] 21 Zimbabwean employees of the embattled SME Bank have launched a lawsuit in the Windhoek High Court in an attempt to have their Namibian work permits renewed.

[Namibian] 21 Zimbabwean employees of the embattled SME Bank have launched a lawsuit in the Windhoek High Court in an attempt to have their Namibian work permits renewed.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bauchi Approves N425.3 Million for WAEC, Other Exams

[This Day] Bauchi -The Bauchi State Government has approved the sum of N425,336,400 for the 2017 registration fees and conduct of the West Africa Examination Council(WAEC), National Business and Technical Examination Board(NABTEB) and National Board fo…

[This Day] Bauchi -The Bauchi State Government has approved the sum of N425,336,400 for the 2017 registration fees and conduct of the West Africa Examination Council(WAEC), National Business and Technical Examination Board(NABTEB) and National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies (NBAIS) examinations.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Acting President Mnangagwa Speaks On Roadblocks

[The Herald] Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday urged the ministries of Tourism and Hospitality Industry and Home of Affairs to strike a balance between public safety and the convenience of tourists in the wake of complaints of harassment at…

[The Herald] Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday urged the ministries of Tourism and Hospitality Industry and Home of Affairs to strike a balance between public safety and the convenience of tourists in the wake of complaints of harassment at roadblocks. Cde Mnangagwa said this in Harare yesterday at the launch of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe