Crisis At Kamuzu Central Hospital

[Nyasa Times] Over 90 patients are referred to Bwaila District Hospital in Lilongwe from Kamuzu Central Hospital for scanning and x-ray services after the break down of the largest referral hospital’s computerised tomography (CT) scan machine and x-ray…

[Nyasa Times] Over 90 patients are referred to Bwaila District Hospital in Lilongwe from Kamuzu Central Hospital for scanning and x-ray services after the break down of the largest referral hospital's computerised tomography (CT) scan machine and x-ray machine respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

City Halted Housing Project Because of Violence

[GroundUp] After her husband successfully put their names down with the City of Cape Town’s housing department for a house on 10 April 1990, Gladys Minords hoped that one day she would live in her own house. But that dream has been crushed after a hous…

[GroundUp] After her husband successfully put their names down with the City of Cape Town's housing department for a house on 10 April 1990, Gladys Minords hoped that one day she would live in her own house. But that dream has been crushed after a housing project she was finally part of, was halted.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Invest in Beef Industry – VP Mohadi

[The Herald] Vice President Kembo Mohadi has challenged businessmen across the country to invest in meat-related industries in Beitbridge District where livestock production is one of the major economic activity.

[The Herald] Vice President Kembo Mohadi has challenged businessmen across the country to invest in meat-related industries in Beitbridge District where livestock production is one of the major economic activity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Register to Vote, Youth League Urges Youths

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has called on youths to participate in the harmonised elections, amid indications that at least 30 percent of Zanu-PF candidates that have submitted their curricula vitae (CVS) to contest the ruling party’s primary…

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has called on youths to participate in the harmonised elections, amid indications that at least 30 percent of Zanu-PF candidates that have submitted their curricula vitae (CVS) to contest the ruling party's primary elections are youths.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare Spends U.S.$20 Million On Roads Rehab

[The Herald] The City of Harare says it has spent approximately $20 million on rehabilitation of the city’s road network with more than 80 kilometres having been tarred already.

[The Herald] The City of Harare says it has spent approximately $20 million on rehabilitation of the city's road network with more than 80 kilometres having been tarred already.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare Businessman Makamba Dragged to Court

[The Herald] Brainworks Capital founder and former director George Manyere has moved to claim $2,75 million owed by businessman Dr James Makamba’s investment vehicle Kestrel Corporation, which was securitised by shares in Empowerment Corporation.

[The Herald] Brainworks Capital founder and former director George Manyere has moved to claim $2,75 million owed by businessman Dr James Makamba's investment vehicle Kestrel Corporation, which was securitised by shares in Empowerment Corporation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kawauchi Stuns Kirui to Boston Marathon Title

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Yuki Kawauchi stunned defending champion Geoffrey Kirui with an emphatic run in the final five kilometers to win the Boston Marathon title, becoming the first Japanese winner of the race since Toshihiko Seko in 1981.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Yuki Kawauchi stunned defending champion Geoffrey Kirui with an emphatic run in the final five kilometers to win the Boston Marathon title, becoming the first Japanese winner of the race since Toshihiko Seko in 1981.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Catholic Priest Arrested Over Murder Of Man With Albinism

[Nyasa Times] A Catholic priest at Zomba Diocese has been arrested over the recent abduction and murder of a 22-year-old person with albinism, Mcdonald Masambuka of Machinga, police say.

[Nyasa Times] A Catholic priest at Zomba Diocese has been arrested over the recent abduction and murder of a 22-year-old person with albinism, Mcdonald Masambuka of Machinga, police say.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi