Industrial Parks Sparking Bright Future

[Ethiopian Herald] With the aim of scaling up the current 5.4 per cent share of the manufacturing sector in the GDP to 8 per cent by 2020, Ethiopia has been working around the clock to expand industrial parks.

[Ethiopian Herald] With the aim of scaling up the current 5.4 per cent share of the manufacturing sector in the GDP to 8 per cent by 2020, Ethiopia has been working around the clock to expand industrial parks.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Butali Sugar Warriors Slowly Marching on to Top

[Nation] Butali Sugar Warriors coach Godfrey Wakachunga has challenged his side to maintain their consistency as they seek to make ground on Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League leaders Kenya Police.

[Nation] Butali Sugar Warriors coach Godfrey Wakachunga has challenged his side to maintain their consistency as they seek to make ground on Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League leaders Kenya Police.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mining Minister Reveals Final Mining Charter

[News24Wire] The new and final Mining Charter revealed by Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane on Thursday increases the level of black ownership at mining companies from 26% to 30%.

[News24Wire] The new and final Mining Charter revealed by Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane on Thursday increases the level of black ownership at mining companies from 26% to 30%.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Senate Snubs LGBTI Health Report

[Swazi Media] Senators in Swaziland threw out a motion to make a report on access to health facilities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and/or intersexual (LGBTI) people because it was ‘discrimination’ in favour of them.

[Swazi Media] Senators in Swaziland threw out a motion to make a report on access to health facilities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and/or intersexual (LGBTI) people because it was 'discrimination' in favour of them.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Bogus Cops Mount Roadblocks

[The Herald] Identifying genuine traffic police officers is likely to be difficult for motorists as it emerged that expelled policemen and unscrupulous people were mounting illegal roadblocks using spikes to collect cash from unsuspecting people. Accor…

[The Herald] Identifying genuine traffic police officers is likely to be difficult for motorists as it emerged that expelled policemen and unscrupulous people were mounting illegal roadblocks using spikes to collect cash from unsuspecting people. According to police, there was a "fifth column" that masqueraded as police officers in a bid to tarnish the image of the force.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mobile Money Transactions Reaches Over One Million

[Daily News] Mobile money transactions in 10 months ending April this year reached 1,444.6 million worth 49.99tri/-, thanks to interoperability among the four major mobile payment services providers.

[Daily News] Mobile money transactions in 10 months ending April this year reached 1,444.6 million worth 49.99tri/-, thanks to interoperability among the four major mobile payment services providers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Lock Sails Through to Second Round

[The Herald] Zimbabwean’s number two player Benjamin Lock sailed through to the second round of the ongoing International Tennis Federation Old Mutual Futures Series when he beat Timothy Dollman from South Africa at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

[The Herald] Zimbabwean's number two player Benjamin Lock sailed through to the second round of the ongoing International Tennis Federation Old Mutual Futures Series when he beat Timothy Dollman from South Africa at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rahman Masterclass Inspires Gamecocks

[The Herald] Bulawayo -A late first half tactical substitution by Chicken Inn turned the direction of the game in their favour as they went on to grind a fourth straight win in a Castle Lager Premiership tie against ZPC Kariba at Luveve yesterday.

[The Herald] Bulawayo -A late first half tactical substitution by Chicken Inn turned the direction of the game in their favour as they went on to grind a fourth straight win in a Castle Lager Premiership tie against ZPC Kariba at Luveve yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Protest Law Under Scrutiny in Court

[GroundUp] The lawyer representing the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) in the case challenging a law criminalising protest has argued that sections of the Regulation of Gatherings Act are unconstitutional.

[GroundUp] The lawyer representing the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) in the case challenging a law criminalising protest has argued that sections of the Regulation of Gatherings Act are unconstitutional.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa