Lack of Hard Currency in Zimbabwe Has Goods Suppliers Concerned

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe’s money shortage has seen card and mobile-money payments eclipse cash sales at the nation’s retailers, throttling suppliers’ stock of hard currency needed to put goods on shelves and forcing up food prices.

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe's money shortage has seen card and mobile-money payments eclipse cash sales at the nation's retailers, throttling suppliers' stock of hard currency needed to put goods on shelves and forcing up food prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Police Have Launched Manhunt for the Suspects in the Hijacking of a Traffic Police Car

[SAPS] The Police in Maake outside Tzaneen have launched a massive manhunt for the suspects involved in car hijacking last night, 4 October 2017 at about 21:15. The incidence happened along in Lenyenye township in the Maake Policing area.

[SAPS] The Police in Maake outside Tzaneen have launched a massive manhunt for the suspects involved in car hijacking last night, 4 October 2017 at about 21:15. The incidence happened along in Lenyenye township in the Maake Policing area.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Masters Tame Lions to Advance in FISD Challenge Cup

[Nyasa Times] Master Security Services sailed through to the FISD Challenge Cup national phase after defeating Zomba based Military side Red Lions 3-1 in a match played at the Balaka Stadium on Wednesday.

[Nyasa Times] Master Security Services sailed through to the FISD Challenge Cup national phase after defeating Zomba based Military side Red Lions 3-1 in a match played at the Balaka Stadium on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

24-Hour Police Operation for ‘Blood Suckers’

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Information and Communications, Nicolas Dausi, has said President Peter Mutharika has directed a 24-hour police operation in mountainous tea growing district of Mulanje and all areas affected with rumours of ‘blood sucking vam…

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Information and Communications, Nicolas Dausi, has said President Peter Mutharika has directed a 24-hour police operation in mountainous tea growing district of Mulanje and all areas affected with rumours of 'blood sucking vampirers' to tighten security.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

A National Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to Be Set Up At Victoria Hospital, Says Minister Husnoo

[Government of Mauritius] A 14 bed capacity National Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) will be set up at Victoria Hospital in Candos by March 2018 to cater for critically ill preterm babies from across Mauritius.

[Government of Mauritius] A 14 bed capacity National Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) will be set up at Victoria Hospital in Candos by March 2018 to cater for critically ill preterm babies from across Mauritius.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Senior Citizens – A Vital Guide for Youth and Society, Says Prime Minister

[Government of Mauritius] The elderly population, with their enriching life experience, represent an essential guide for the younger generation of the country. The Mauritian society as a whole must benefit from their advice and principles so as to fost…

[Government of Mauritius] The elderly population, with their enriching life experience, represent an essential guide for the younger generation of the country. The Mauritian society as a whole must benefit from their advice and principles so as to foster a harmonious society imbued with values.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Ruling Party Youth Call for Top Four Candidates’ List

[Namibian] Swapo youth leaders have challenged the party’s leadership to reveal the names of candidates who will contest the top four positions at the ruling party’s sixth congress next month.

[Namibian] Swapo youth leaders have challenged the party's leadership to reveal the names of candidates who will contest the top four positions at the ruling party's sixth congress next month.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Country Hit by Blackouts

[Nyasa Times] Malawians are made to live in blackout all day everyday as Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) board chairperson Dr. Perks Ligoya has messed up procurement of new heavy-duty generators that were expected to add about 80 megaw…

[Nyasa Times] Malawians are made to live in blackout all day everyday as Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) board chairperson Dr. Perks Ligoya has messed up procurement of new heavy-duty generators that were expected to add about 80 megawatts to the national grid when he pushed for awarding of a $74 million contract to a South African firm Aggreko, Nyasa Times can reveal.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi