LAPF Ready to House Newcomers to Dodoma

[Daily News] As the government is almost done with relocation to Dodoma, the Local Authorities Pension Fund (LAPF) has reiterated its resolve to carry out major infrastructure projects in order to support the government move.

[Daily News] As the government is almost done with relocation to Dodoma, the Local Authorities Pension Fund (LAPF) has reiterated its resolve to carry out major infrastructure projects in order to support the government move.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ellen, Boakai Relationship Stabled

[NEWS] The National Movement to Support Boakai (NAMBO) in collaboration with all pro- Boakai support groupings says contrary to speculations in the media regarding the relationship between President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Vice President Joseph N…

[NEWS] The National Movement to Support Boakai (NAMBO) in collaboration with all pro- Boakai support groupings says contrary to speculations in the media regarding the relationship between President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai, the two officials are on a steadied course.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ellen Visits Ethiopian Industrial Park

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has paid an official visit to the Hawassa Industrial Park in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region of Ethiopia.

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has paid an official visit to the Hawassa Industrial Park in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Region of Ethiopia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘The Fate of This Country Is in Your Hands.’ – Mbete Marks Constitution’s 20 Years

[News24Wire] The country’s fate is in your hands. This was National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete’s message to South Africa’s youth, as she marked 20 years of the Constitution on Friday.

[News24Wire] The country's fate is in your hands. This was National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete's message to South Africa's youth, as she marked 20 years of the Constitution on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Activist Battling for Apartheid Survivors Receives German Award

[Deutsche Welle] This year’s Anne Klein Women’s Award from Germany’s Heinrich Böll Foundation goes to South African Nomarussia Bonase, who fights for apartheid victims still waiting for compensation. Thuso Khumalo has been to see her.

[Deutsche Welle] This year's Anne Klein Women's Award from Germany's Heinrich Böll Foundation goes to South African Nomarussia Bonase, who fights for apartheid victims still waiting for compensation. Thuso Khumalo has been to see her.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Dissolved NIA to Restore Rule of Law and End Impunity, Says Justice Minister

[The Point] Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambedou has said the government dissolved the notorious NIA for its arbitrariness and abuse of power, in a bid to restore the rule of law and to put an end to impunity.

[The Point] Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambedou has said the government dissolved the notorious NIA for its arbitrariness and abuse of power, in a bid to restore the rule of law and to put an end to impunity.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

UNFPA Boosts Health Ministry With Vehicles Worth Over D2 Million

[The Point] The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) country office in The Gambia yesterday handed over two new Toyota double-cabin pickups worth over D2 million to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.

[The Point] The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) country office in The Gambia yesterday handed over two new Toyota double-cabin pickups worth over D2 million to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

President Buhari Medical Trips Signal No End to Medical Tourism

[This is Africa] Despite his pledge to halt medical tourism in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has sought medical assistance in the United Kingdom for the second time since he took office in May 2015. Nigerians spend more than USD1 billion a year o…

[This is Africa] Despite his pledge to halt medical tourism in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has sought medical assistance in the United Kingdom for the second time since he took office in May 2015. Nigerians spend more than USD1 billion a year on medical tourism, and Buhari's recent trip to the UK for vacation and medical screening is grave testimony to the inadequacies of health care and facilities in Nigeria

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria