Eskom to Continue Power Supplies

[New Zimbabwe] South Africa’s power utility Eskom has confirmed it will continue to export electricity to Zimbabwe and other countries in the region after sealing new supply deals.

[New Zimbabwe] South Africa's power utility Eskom has confirmed it will continue to export electricity to Zimbabwe and other countries in the region after sealing new supply deals.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Trade Experts Fault U.S. Over AGOA Review

[New Times] The American government has been faulted by trade and economic experts for the out-of-cycle review of the American Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) which could see Rwanda and East African countries barred from duty-free access to the US …

[New Times] The American government has been faulted by trade and economic experts for the out-of-cycle review of the American Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) which could see Rwanda and East African countries barred from duty-free access to the US market.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

MPs Applaud New Draft Child Policy

[Observer] Legilsators sitting on the Uganda Parliamentary Forum for Children (UPFC) have welcomed a new draft policy for children which seeks to replace the the National Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (NOP) Policy.

[Observer] Legilsators sitting on the Uganda Parliamentary Forum for Children (UPFC) have welcomed a new draft policy for children which seeks to replace the the National Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (NOP) Policy.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Monitor Marks 25 Years

[Monitor] Kampala -The Monitor Publications Limited, the publisher of Uganda’s leading independent daily newspaper Daily Monitor, marks 25 years today.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Monitor Publications Limited, the publisher of Uganda's leading independent daily newspaper Daily Monitor, marks 25 years today.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tanzania Seals Bronze in Bahamas

[Daily News] TANZANIA’S Francis Damas won his country’s first bronze in the ongoing Junior Commonwealth Games in Bahamas capital, Nassau. Aged sixteen, Damas won the medal after clinching the third position in the gruelling 3000m race that was dominate…

[Daily News] TANZANIA'S Francis Damas won his country's first bronze in the ongoing Junior Commonwealth Games in Bahamas capital, Nassau. Aged sixteen, Damas won the medal after clinching the third position in the gruelling 3000m race that was dominated by East African runners.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania