Delta Beverages Unveils U.S.$5 Million Sponsorship Package

[Financial Gazette] DELTA Beverages, a subsidiary of Delta Corporation has signed a 3-year sponsorship deal that will extend its backing of the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League until 2019, in a contract estimated to be in the region of US$5 million.

[Financial Gazette] DELTA Beverages, a subsidiary of Delta Corporation has signed a 3-year sponsorship deal that will extend its backing of the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League until 2019, in a contract estimated to be in the region of US$5 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chrome Miner’s U.S.$780 Million Gas Project Awaits Govt Approval, 3 Years On

[Financial Gazette] SHANGANI Energy Exploration says is in talks with government to approve the renewal of its grants worth US$780 million which will enable it to source funds to start work on a gas project and a power plant.

[Financial Gazette] SHANGANI Energy Exploration says is in talks with government to approve the renewal of its grants worth US$780 million which will enable it to source funds to start work on a gas project and a power plant.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dairy Milk Processor Sues State-Owned Electricity Distribution Firm

[Financial Gazette] Dairy milk processor Dendairy Limited has taken a unit of ZESA Holdings to court for allegedly refusing to either refund or credit the company with power worth more than US$236 000.

[Financial Gazette] Dairy milk processor Dendairy Limited has taken a unit of ZESA Holdings to court for allegedly refusing to either refund or credit the company with power worth more than US$236 000.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Makers of Plastic Bags Get Reprieve

[East African] The dispute between environmental concerns and business interests in Uganda is not about to end as plastics manufacturers have now found an ally in Tanzania.

[East African] The dispute between environmental concerns and business interests in Uganda is not about to end as plastics manufacturers have now found an ally in Tanzania.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

UN Insists Peace Force Going to Juba

[East African] The government of South Sudan is set for a fresh round of diplomatic standoff with the United Nations after the latter ordered the deployment of a 4,000-strong protection force that has been resisted by Juba for the past six months, sinc…

[East African] The government of South Sudan is set for a fresh round of diplomatic standoff with the United Nations after the latter ordered the deployment of a 4,000-strong protection force that has been resisted by Juba for the past six months, since authorisation by the Security Council last August.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

WHO Threatens to Stop Funding Juba Health Sector

[East African] The World Health Organisation (WHO) has threatened to stop mobilising donors to support South Sudan’s health sector, saying Juba is spending a huge portion of its budget on the military at the expense of sectors such as health and educat…

[East African] The World Health Organisation (WHO) has threatened to stop mobilising donors to support South Sudan's health sector, saying Juba is spending a huge portion of its budget on the military at the expense of sectors such as health and education.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan