The Tricky Balances of KPL Survival

[Capital FM] Nairobi -With four matches remaining before the end of the season, four teams are engulfed in a mother of all fights for survival with the relegation axe waiting to wield, and in the least, two of them will be chopped down to the National …

[Capital FM] Nairobi -With four matches remaining before the end of the season, four teams are engulfed in a mother of all fights for survival with the relegation axe waiting to wield, and in the least, two of them will be chopped down to the National Super League (NSL).

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ministry Urges Tea Workers to End Strike

[Nation] The Labour Ministry has asked the Kenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers’ Union (KPAWU) to call off their strike, even as acrimony between the over 40,000 tea plantation employees and employers persists.

[Nation] The Labour Ministry has asked the Kenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers' Union (KPAWU) to call off their strike, even as acrimony between the over 40,000 tea plantation employees and employers persists.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Use Legal Processes for Repeat Election Disputes, Says AU’s Thabo Mbeki

[Nation] The African Union Election Observer Mission has urged parties that feel aggrieved by the repeat presidential election to follow legal processes in challenging any aspect of electoral process.

[Nation] The African Union Election Observer Mission has urged parties that feel aggrieved by the repeat presidential election to follow legal processes in challenging any aspect of electoral process.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tuyisenge Leads Hunt for KPL Golden Boot

[Nation] The race for this season’s golden boot intensifies Wednesday afternoon with the five leading contenders turning up for their respective clubs in round 32 of the SportPesa Premier League.

[Nation] The race for this season's golden boot intensifies Wednesday afternoon with the five leading contenders turning up for their respective clubs in round 32 of the SportPesa Premier League.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Grows VAT Collection By 19.78% In 2017

[Daily Trust] Revenue from Value Added Tax (VAT) grossed N797.51bn into the Federation Account between January and October 2017, an increase of 19.78 per cent over the corresponding period in 2016, the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has said.

[Daily Trust] Revenue from Value Added Tax (VAT) grossed N797.51bn into the Federation Account between January and October 2017, an increase of 19.78 per cent over the corresponding period in 2016, the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘People Are Dying Every Day’ – Refugees Fleeing War Suffer in Congo

[IRIN] Lembo -The camps of ramshackle mud-brick shelters line the banks of the River Ubangi in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Inside, refugees from Central African Republic are suffering: from heat, from hunger, from disease.

[IRIN] Lembo -The camps of ramshackle mud-brick shelters line the banks of the River Ubangi in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Inside, refugees from Central African Republic are suffering: from heat, from hunger, from disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Village in Bomet Mourns Their Peacemaker Son, Bishop Korir

[Nation] Segutiet Village in Bomet Central Constituency in Bomet County has been engulfed in grief darkness following the death of the Eldoret Catholic Diocese Bishop Cornelius Kipng’eno Korir on Monday this week.

[Nation] Segutiet Village in Bomet Central Constituency in Bomet County has been engulfed in grief darkness following the death of the Eldoret Catholic Diocese Bishop Cornelius Kipng'eno Korir on Monday this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Minister Mzembi Blasts ‘Shameless’ Politician Mavhaire

[The Herald] Embattled National People’s Party national chair Mr Dzikamai Mavhaire has been rapped for trying to score cheap political points by claiming that he personally funded some electrification projects that were financed by Government under the…

[The Herald] Embattled National People's Party national chair Mr Dzikamai Mavhaire has been rapped for trying to score cheap political points by claiming that he personally funded some electrification projects that were financed by Government under the Rural Electrification programme in some parts of Masvingo Province. Foreign Affairs Minister and Masvingo South Member of Parliament Dr Walter Mzembi blasted Mr Mavhaire for "shamelessly" lying to villagers in the Rupike area of Masvingo South that he used personal funds

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe