Elikem, Pokello Split?

[The Herald] There is a dark cloud hovering over Africa’s Fashion first couple Pokello Nare and Elikem Kumordzi with reports of a possible divorce. The former Big brother housemates who were once all over social media, showing public affection seem to …

[The Herald] There is a dark cloud hovering over Africa's Fashion first couple Pokello Nare and Elikem Kumordzi with reports of a possible divorce. The former Big brother housemates who were once all over social media, showing public affection seem to have fallen out of love. Rumours started swirling last month when the queen of swagger failed to acknowledge her husband's birthday on November 7.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Waive Taxes On Seeds Producers

[Citizen] Morogoro -The government has promised to waive some levies and taxes imposed on seed-producing firms in the country, a move that would boost commercial competition with neighboring countries.

[Citizen] Morogoro -The government has promised to waive some levies and taxes imposed on seed-producing firms in the country, a move that would boost commercial competition with neighboring countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tobacco Hectarage Declines

[The Herald] MANICALAND has registered a decline in the area put under tobacco for the 2017-2018 summer cropping season, statistics from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) have shown.

[The Herald] MANICALAND has registered a decline in the area put under tobacco for the 2017-2018 summer cropping season, statistics from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) have shown.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sh15 Billion Earmarked for Medical Training Colleges

[Nation] The government will spend Sh15 billion on the expansion of medical training colleges to meet the country’s demand for skilled health staff, Deputy President William Ruto has said.

[Nation] The government will spend Sh15 billion on the expansion of medical training colleges to meet the country's demand for skilled health staff, Deputy President William Ruto has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Supermarkets in Uasin Gishu to Provide Free Carrier Bags for Shoppers

[Nation] Uasin Gishu ward representatives have passed a motion that will force supermarkets in the county to provide alternative free carrier bags following the ban on plastic bags.

[Nation] Uasin Gishu ward representatives have passed a motion that will force supermarkets in the county to provide alternative free carrier bags following the ban on plastic bags.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ndola Sculptures Raise Social Media Storm

A social media storm is brewing over controversial sculptures erected by the Ndola City Council. The sculptures depicting wild animals that are barely recognizable from their real appearance have riled some members of the public that have widely condemned the … Continued

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A social media storm is brewing over controversial sculptures erected by the Ndola City Council. The sculptures depicting wild animals that are barely recognizable from their real appearance have riled some members of the public that have widely condemned the artefacts. A similar public campaign was waged in Lusaka against horrendous sculptures mounted by the Examination Council of Zambia (ECZ). The Ndola sculptures have as wildly as a Lion spotting a moustache. A certain Ndela Sichizya commented as follows: What animals are these??? While we may be inclined towards supporting local talent, let’s also be their critics when they do mediocre works. These sculptures are ugly and extremely below what should be acceptable for display in a big city like Ndola. Even if the council got them for free, they reserve the right to say No until the sculptor raises his bar. Bene Zambia let us be averse to mediocrity at levels and in all things. The post Ndola Sculptures Raise Social Media Storm appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Kenyans Urged to Be Wary of Overseas Jobs After ‘Juba 4’ Return

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The government has urged Kenyans to be extra cautious before accepting overseas jobs, however lucrative the opportunities may seem, saying that “all that glitters is not gold.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The government has urged Kenyans to be extra cautious before accepting overseas jobs, however lucrative the opportunities may seem, saying that "all that glitters is not gold.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rwanda, Libya Stare Elimination After Draw

[Capital FM] Machakos -Rwanda and invitational side Libya stare at the prospect of elimination from the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup after the two sides played to a 0-0 draw on Thursday evening in their third Group ‘A’ matches in Machakos.

[Capital FM] Machakos -Rwanda and invitational side Libya stare at the prospect of elimination from the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup after the two sides played to a 0-0 draw on Thursday evening in their third Group 'A' matches in Machakos.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya