AfDB Promises to Bring Down Electricity Prices

[Independent (Kampala)] The African Development Bank (AfDB) has assured President Yoweri Museveni that they are planning several interventions that will bring down the electricity tariffs in Uganda.

[Independent (Kampala)] The African Development Bank (AfDB) has assured President Yoweri Museveni that they are planning several interventions that will bring down the electricity tariffs in Uganda.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Anger as National Broadcaster Few Get Pay Rise

[New Zimbabwe] MORALE is low at the state owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) after the management decided to award 50 percent salary increment to a section of staff members whom they say are “hard working”.

[New Zimbabwe] MORALE is low at the state owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) after the management decided to award 50 percent salary increment to a section of staff members whom they say are "hard working".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uganda’s Efforts On Refugees, Malaria, Child Marriages Hailed

[Independent (Kampala)] Uganda has been described as one of the countless examples of governments leading society and acting decisively in building a better life for current and future generations despite challenges. The African Union singled out its c…

[Independent (Kampala)] Uganda has been described as one of the countless examples of governments leading society and acting decisively in building a better life for current and future generations despite challenges. The African Union singled out its campaigns to end child marriages, give the other half of the population the opportunity to stay in school, to be healthy and to reach their full potential.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Wanderers Shifts Players Gala Awards Postponed

[Nyasa Times] Mighty Be Forward Wanderers best performing players in the 2016-2017 Soccer Season will have to wait alittle longer before they are awarded for their achievements following the shifting of dates for the much anticipated Players Gala Award…

[Nyasa Times] Mighty Be Forward Wanderers best performing players in the 2016-2017 Soccer Season will have to wait alittle longer before they are awarded for their achievements following the shifting of dates for the much anticipated Players Gala Award Ceremony.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Leadership Wrangles Rock Ruling Party

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF secretary for administration, Ignatius Chombo, has moved to stop the readmission of the suspended Lacoste-linked Masvingo provincial chairperson, Ezra Chadzamira, reminding the renegade that he was still an ordinary card carrying…

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF secretary for administration, Ignatius Chombo, has moved to stop the readmission of the suspended Lacoste-linked Masvingo provincial chairperson, Ezra Chadzamira, reminding the renegade that he was still an ordinary card carrying member of the ruling party.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gospel Trio to Release Album

[Nyasa Times] Gospel trio the Marvelous Deeds are back in town with a new album dubbed ‘Back to the Sender’ which they confirmed to Nyasa Times on Monday that it will be outon Wednesday[February 1].

[Nyasa Times] Gospel trio the Marvelous Deeds are back in town with a new album dubbed 'Back to the Sender' which they confirmed to Nyasa Times on Monday that it will be outon Wednesday[February 1].

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

23,000 Artisans, Traders in 13 States, Abuja Get Buhari’s Micro-Credit Loans

[Premium Times] About 23,400 artisans and traders in 13 states and the Federal Capital Territory have so far benefited from soft loans disbursed under the federal government’s Enterprise and Empowerment Programme, GEEP.

[Premium Times] About 23,400 artisans and traders in 13 states and the Federal Capital Territory have so far benefited from soft loans disbursed under the federal government's Enterprise and Empowerment Programme, GEEP.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Extradition – I Never Threatened Bloodshed – Kashamu

[Premium Times] An Ogun State senator, Buruji Kashamu, on Monday said he did not issue a threat that no fewer than three persons will be killed if authorities attempt to enforce an extradition order against him.

[Premium Times] An Ogun State senator, Buruji Kashamu, on Monday said he did not issue a threat that no fewer than three persons will be killed if authorities attempt to enforce an extradition order against him.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria