Minister Muluzi Commends Promotion of Sexual Reproductive Health

[Nyasa Times] Health Minister, Atupele Muluzi says efforts by various faith based institutions in opening up and speak on issues like sexual reproductive health (SRH) is a key step in ensuring that Malawi has a well-managed and health population.

[Nyasa Times] Health Minister, Atupele Muluzi says efforts by various faith based institutions in opening up and speak on issues like sexual reproductive health (SRH) is a key step in ensuring that Malawi has a well-managed and health population.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Appeal Court Orders Personal Service On INEC Boss

[Guardian] Enugu and Awka -The Court of Appeal, Enugu division, has ordered a personal service on the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu , in a suit asking it to commit him (Yakubu) to prison over all…

[Guardian] Enugu and Awka -The Court of Appeal, Enugu division, has ordered a personal service on the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu , in a suit asking it to commit him (Yakubu) to prison over alleged refusal to conduct the Anambra Central rerun senatorial election, as directed by the court in 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Stock Exchange Bull Run Loses Steam

[Financial Gazette] The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange bull run seems to be losing momentum, with the mainstream industrial index slumping for three consecutive days during the week amid signals of waning interest in top tier stocks.

[Financial Gazette] The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange bull run seems to be losing momentum, with the mainstream industrial index slumping for three consecutive days during the week amid signals of waning interest in top tier stocks.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Telcos Shun Reps’ Health, Financial Audit

[Guardian] Telecommunication companies operating in Nigeria have shunned invitation by the ad hoc of the House of Representatives, investigating the administrative/ operational procedure of the companies and assessing their tax compliance status.

[Guardian] Telecommunication companies operating in Nigeria have shunned invitation by the ad hoc of the House of Representatives, investigating the administrative/ operational procedure of the companies and assessing their tax compliance status.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Fodder Farming Provides Lifeline to Drought-Hit Kenyans

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Kivaa -Peter Mutisya cuts through a yellowing grass field with a machete at his farm in Kivaa village, southern Kenya, laying knee-high blades of grass into a neat pile.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Kivaa -Peter Mutisya cuts through a yellowing grass field with a machete at his farm in Kivaa village, southern Kenya, laying knee-high blades of grass into a neat pile.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Voters Snub Kenya Re-Run Election, Turnout Dismal

[Deutsche Welle] Turnout at the repeat vote for president drew less than half of the voters who came out for the first round in August. Voters trickled into polling stations as violence and a boycott kept many away.

[Deutsche Welle] Turnout at the repeat vote for president drew less than half of the voters who came out for the first round in August. Voters trickled into polling stations as violence and a boycott kept many away.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Institute of Shipping Honours Amaechi, Bello, Others

[Guardian] Nigerian Institute of Shipping (NIS) is set to honour the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers Council, Hassan Bello and other top players in the Nigerian maritime and allied sectors with a merit…

[Guardian] Nigerian Institute of Shipping (NIS) is set to honour the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Shippers Council, Hassan Bello and other top players in the Nigerian maritime and allied sectors with a merit award.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Case of Spanish Dad Accused of Twins’ Hout Bay Murders Goes to High Court

[News24Wire] The case of Spanish dentist Mario-César Deus Yela, accused of murdering his twins, was transferred to the Western Cape High Court from the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

[News24Wire] The case of Spanish dentist Mario-César Deus Yela, accused of murdering his twins, was transferred to the Western Cape High Court from the Wynberg Magistrate's Court on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Guptagate’ Hits Businesses Across Africa, China,

[allAfrica] The corruption scandal engulfing South Africa’s state-owned companies has triggered a ban by one of the world’s leading software companies on the payment of commissions on contracts with government agencies in all but five African countries.

[allAfrica] The corruption scandal engulfing South Africa's state-owned companies has triggered a ban by one of the world's leading software companies on the payment of commissions on contracts with government agencies in all but five African countries.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa