Somali Parliament’s Session Postponed Over Confusion

[Shabelle] The Lower House chamber of Somalia’s Federal parliament has postponed its scheduled Wednesday session after confusion over text messages sent to the lawmakers from two opposing sides in the house.

[Shabelle] The Lower House chamber of Somalia's Federal parliament has postponed its scheduled Wednesday session after confusion over text messages sent to the lawmakers from two opposing sides in the house.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Identity of New Harambee Stars Coach Remains Top Secret as Suitors Knock on FKF’s Door

[Nairobi News] Former Togo national team coach, Belgian Tom Saintfeit has shown interest in coaching the national team, Harambee Stars even as Football Kenya Federation (FKF) counts down days before unveiling the new man on May 1.

[Nairobi News] Former Togo national team coach, Belgian Tom Saintfeit has shown interest in coaching the national team, Harambee Stars even as Football Kenya Federation (FKF) counts down days before unveiling the new man on May 1.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

JICA Proposes New Plan for City Roads

[Citizen] The Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) is proposing several interventions in the endeavour to ease commuting around Dar es Salaam before it attains the mega-city status by 2040.

[Citizen] The Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) is proposing several interventions in the endeavour to ease commuting around Dar es Salaam before it attains the mega-city status by 2040.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Acacia Gold Production Down 55%

[Citizen] Acacia Group reported 55 per cent decrease in gold production during the first quarter of this year, which the company says was in line with expectations.

[Citizen] Acacia Group reported 55 per cent decrease in gold production during the first quarter of this year, which the company says was in line with expectations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Eight-Year-Old Donates Sanitary Pads to Primary School

[New Era] Windhoek -Eight-year-old Maiya Ndeutala made another huge impact last month when she collected more than 200 sanitary pads, toilet paper and toiletries from the community of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay through her personal campaign, and donated…

[New Era] Windhoek -Eight-year-old Maiya Ndeutala made another huge impact last month when she collected more than 200 sanitary pads, toilet paper and toiletries from the community of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay through her personal campaign, and donated all the items to the Grade 1-3 learners at the JB Brandt Primary School in Utuseb, a community in the Namib Desert in Erongo Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia