Mwenechanya Decries Shoddy Show of North Teams On Poor Strategies

[Nyasa Times] If proper structures and comprehensive strategies are put in place, the northern region will be able to send more teams into the top-flight super league, Chitipa United general secretary Marshall Mwenechanya has opined.

[Nyasa Times] If proper structures and comprehensive strategies are put in place, the northern region will be able to send more teams into the top-flight super league, Chitipa United general secretary Marshall Mwenechanya has opined.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tanzania Hydropower Project a Threat to Heritage Site

[East African] The directive by the Tanzanian Controller and Auditor-General that the government revive a $2.6 billion Stiegler Gorge hydroelectricity project may harm one of East Africa’s largest protected areas.

[East African] The directive by the Tanzanian Controller and Auditor-General that the government revive a $2.6 billion Stiegler Gorge hydroelectricity project may harm one of East Africa's largest protected areas.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Adeniyi Clarifies Encounter With Jonathan

[This Day] The author of the book, Against the Run of Play, Mr. Olusegun Adeniyi, has clarified his encounter with former President Goodluck Jonathan, saying that he took adequate care to ensure a fair and accurate presentation of the former president’…

[This Day] The author of the book, Against the Run of Play, Mr. Olusegun Adeniyi, has clarified his encounter with former President Goodluck Jonathan, saying that he took adequate care to ensure a fair and accurate presentation of the former president's views in the book.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Despite Recession, Banking Sector Loans to Customers Rise to N16.372 Trillion

[This Day] The audited results of 2016 for 14 banks quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) have shown a 22 per cent increase in total loans and advances to their customers from N13.315 trillion in 2015, to N16.372 trillion in the year under review.

[This Day] The audited results of 2016 for 14 banks quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) have shown a 22 per cent increase in total loans and advances to their customers from N13.315 trillion in 2015, to N16.372 trillion in the year under review.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Museveni Push to Fight Corruption Links Govt Offices to Loss of Taxpayers’ Money

[East African] Concerns are emerging over President Yoweri Museveni’s move to fight corruption as discreet investigations reveal that taxpayers have been losing huge amounts of money in underhand dealings even where court orders stopping payments exist.

[East African] Concerns are emerging over President Yoweri Museveni's move to fight corruption as discreet investigations reveal that taxpayers have been losing huge amounts of money in underhand dealings even where court orders stopping payments exist.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

New Dawn Beckons for Varsities

[The Herald] A NEW era is beckoning for the country’s tertiary education system as university authorities are planning to shift from mass production of graduates to quality that will help to drive industry and national development.

[The Herald] A NEW era is beckoning for the country's tertiary education system as university authorities are planning to shift from mass production of graduates to quality that will help to drive industry and national development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Who Will Be Liberia’s Magufuli?

[Observer] Liberia is once again at a crossroads, this time, to choose a leader to succeed the current President. Political parties are emerging and presidential candidates are showing up to contest. Being one country with a high record of corruption i…

[Observer] Liberia is once again at a crossroads, this time, to choose a leader to succeed the current President. Political parties are emerging and presidential candidates are showing up to contest. Being one country with a high record of corruption in all forms, ordinary conscious voters have joined the debate on who will take the country from where it is to a greater and more prosperous height. Unfortunately, there are still others who care not for the country's prosperity, but that of themselves.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia